Herald G-CEXP in BEA colours

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Herald G-CEXP in need of care

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When this Handley Page Herald first took to the sky half a century ago, she was the very latest development of a notable line of aircraft. Now, she lies moulding in a field near the western end of Gatwick Airport. She's scruffy and neglected, but those classic lines remain intact. That massive tail is still held high, and she's still supported by her own undercarriage. ...more>

From the Blog...

Now that we're drawing breath from our debut appearance at Duxford Air Show, here's a belated... more>

I had a hugely enjoyable meeting with the guys at Duxford Aviation society yesterday. What a splendid... more>

Seeing Duncan's post about saving airfield buildings reminded me of one of my favourite enthusiast-run... more>

While looking for information on the Herald I came across this great account by Peter Henley, on the excellent... more>

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FIRST AIR SHOW

FIRST AIR SHOW

Thank you to all of the people who came to chat with us at Cosford at the weekend. It was our first outing, and we're not ashamed to admit we were nervous! That's why it was such a great experience to find so much enthusiasm and an encouraging number of people ready to make... more>

HERE IS THE NEWS

HERE IS THE NEWS

BBC Surrey has taken an interest in XP. They contacted us on Wednesday to ask to meet us at Gatwick at first sparrow flatulence the following day for a live interview. Fine, except that taking members of the public airside on a live international airport isn't a simple undertaking. Once... more>

 

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