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Added during 2011


An entirely new Spitfire squadron is to be formed in Enstone, Oxfordshire...


The Spitfire’s appeal has always been universal, but I was particularly pleased to find this video footage produced by a Japanese enthusiast. These three ...

Added during 2010


Some of the aircraft companies of the 1930s distinguished themselves by particular elegance of design. In Britain, Mitchell’s Supermarine, de Havilland and Miles were ...


Sit back and enjoy this 8-minute long video demonstration of a flying Seafire Mk.XV, PR503. The presenter is Jim Cooper, the man who led ...


The 70th Anniversary Battle of Britain show in Duxford on 4 September 2010 brought a unique formation display – by sixteen Spitfires! The formation ...


Held annualy in July, Duxford’s Flying Legends firmly holds its position as the greatest warbird show in Europe. This year’s edition attracted over 50 vintage ...


Here’s a nice video tribute to the grace of the Spitfire – a PR Mk. XIX air display accompanied by the music of Glen ...


Aviation nut Barry Wallond from Cornwall has so far built two 1/1 scale Spitfire replicas - alone.


Action Stations! is a Kent-based company which offers air-to-air Spitfire displays over the Dover area. See how close you can get in this promotional video issued by the company.


This video documents a formation display by a Spitfire and Hawk during RAF Valley Family Day in 2008.