Lancasters & Vulcan over Lincoln

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    One for aircraft enthusiasts -



    The world's only two flying Lancasters have been united with a Vulcan bomber ahead of a formation flight described as a "never-to-be-repeated" event.

    The three aircraft, made by British manufacturer Avro, are due to take off from RAF Waddington at about 13:30 BST.

    The planes will fly together over nearby Canwick Hill in Lincoln before pressing on to RAF Marham in Norfolk.
  2. Vulcan just done a low level pass of Cambridge Airport

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  3. I hope nobody's expecting them to zig-zag between all those cones!
  4. All three scheduled for Bournemouth next weekend! Got me a ring side seat and a flagon of ale!
  5. Yes, I was at Waddo (aka) RAF Waddington yesterday to see the Lancs fly in from Coningsby, and later to take off with the Vulcan to take part in various flypasts. The viewing area soon filled up and eventually closed. People from all over there, and the Bacon baps and tea sales looked very good.

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