The world’s last remaining flying Vulcan bomber is getting set for take off on a busy summer season of flypasts.
XH558, which is based at Robin Hood Airport, is expected to take to the skies once more in the next few weeks in preparation for a series of air shows and other events which will kick off in June.
Engineers are still helping to get the Cold War icon ready for the air following a huge winter overhaul.
Confirmed dates so far are:
June 8 - Welshpool - Display
June 8 - RAF Cosford - Display
June 22 - Weston Air Festival
June 28 - Scarborough Armed Forces Day - Display
June 28 - Goodwood Fesitival of Speed - Display
July 5-6 - RAF Waddington - Display
July 26 - RNAS Yeovilton
August 9 - Newcastle, County Down. Northern Ireland - Display
August 23-24 - Dunsfold Wings and Wheels - Displays
Full details about the Vulcan’s display dates aree available at www.vulcantothesky.org