Vulcan to the Sky Trust, based at Doncaster-Sheffield Airport at Finningley, just 15 miles from Clarborough, brought Avro Vulcan B.2 XH558 back to flight in 2007.
Latest news! Vulcan to the Sky Trust are is planning to build a national memorial to honour the men and women of the Royal Air Force’s V-force squadrons who served the nation during the Cold War. Read their press release here...
The Trust is also seeking an Environment Expert to join their Board - Press Release 14th May, 2021. Click here for more...
After an extensive programme of flying displays this phase of the Vulcan experience had to end in 2015 due to various engineering issues. XH558 remains, however, in ‘working order’ and continues to provide visitors with first hand - and often noisy - ground running experiences.
The Vulcan - along with Vickers Valiant and Handley Page Victor were key parts of Britain’s ‘Cold War’ nuclear deterrent through the 1950s and 60s.
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Currently, the Trust is seeking contributions to raise funds to develop a Green Technology Hub which will be at the heart of the new Vulcan Experience, giving young people an insight into how scientists and engineers are tackling the climate change challenge.
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The Trust is also working to restore to flight another cold war icon, the English Electric Canberra.
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