Welcome friends to our website dedicated to the history of the Harvard Texan & SNJ – More important, the Wacky Wabbit!
About T6 Harvard Ltd: T6 Harvard Aviation Ltd was registered in 2010 with its own CAA ATO and ownership of Harvard Mk 4 G-BUKY and later G-BJST. The company successfully trained and introduced many aspiring new pilots to the magnificent Harvard. However, by 2018 the Harvard Mk 4 G-BUKY was sold on to Germany, and the company concentrated all of its effort on G-BJST (which became “The Wacky Wabbit”). By March 2020, the aircraft ownership of G-BJST (“The Wacky Wabbit”) changed, and the company took a new direction and re-registered as T6 Harvard Ltd.
As a company, we pride ourselves on giving the customer the best value for money and are proud to have an open review page for customer feedback on “Trust Pilot” We actively encourage feedback so we can grow as a company and maintain our high standards in all areas. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Mission Statement: T6 Harvard Ltd is an organisation created to promote Warbirds, Airshows, History, Aerial sport and leisure aviation and allow customers of T6 Harvard Ltd to experience cost-effective warbird flying.
Aim: To attract new Warbird pilots, trainees and warbird enthusiasts. To give exposure to warbirds through training and education, ensuring the unique skill sets needed to fly and maintain warbirds safely are available for future generations.
The Future: T6 Harvard Ltd is going from strength to strength with an Instagram following over 50,000 followers and another 25,000 on other social media platforms. The brand “Wacky Wabbit” and “Team Wabbit” is growing! Just type in T6 Harvard on any search engine, and you will be greeted by amazing photographs and video of ‘The Wacky Wabbit” It’s great to see that our followers worldwide are keeping a close eye on the Wacky Wabbit! The Wabbit is in great shape, being looked after by our camo “The Aircraft Restoration Company” at Duxford, who are experts in the field of Warbird maintenance and restoration. The Wabbit has had a new Engine; New overhauled prop, New paintwork, New tail feathers, and the list goes on. We believe she is one of the best flying examples of an Mk4 Harvard in Europe. It is both mechanically sound and stunning in appearance, and most certainly the best know Harvard!
T6 Harvard Ltd Services:
Our Staff: All of our volunteer staff are dedicated to the above mission statement and the company’s aim. While the directors are kept busy running the company, the pilots and ground crew are left to have fun! (Yes, this is written by a director!) Our Head of Training is a Boing 737 TRE with many hours on the Harvard, Spitfire and Hurricane. Our pilots are extremely experienced and talented aviators who, in most cases, airline pilots who give up their valuable time to help out.
The ground crew again are all volunteers who gather at Duxford and spend hours cleaning and polishing the wabbit and then volunteering at weekends at event days to deal with customers and sell our merchandise. We have a great team dedicated to the mission. We are always on the lookout for that ‘special volunteer’ who would fit in with our company dynamic and help the team – It could be you!
About this website – This website offers full aviation services for the Harvard 4 “The Wacky Wabbit”; however, it offers a lot more! We want this site to become a reference site for all Harvard/Texan enthusiasts worldwide. As this site progresses, we would like to build upon Harvard History to include interesting articles on all things Harvard/Texan/SNJ. Please check out the “Harvard Survivors” section where I have uploaded histories where possible and photographs of Harvard survivors worldwide, such as Belgium, USA, Canada, Germany, Italy and Great Britain, to name but a few countries. I will keep adding to the survivors as I receive information. Please enjoy browsing this site, and feel free to email me with any suggestions – Don’t forget if you wish to donate to keep this site running.
That’s just a little about us and what we do. Thank you for visiting this site, and if you have any questions or contributions, please drop us a line at [email protected]
All the very best “TEAM WABBIT.”
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