F-111E - the pride of the United States Air Force by 79nd TFS based at Upper Heyford - despite the bad weather condition, the number of Viewers was very large on the occasion of the Tiger Meet open house
The nose-section of the Avro Arrow, all what is left from this mighty aircraft, designed and developed by A. V. Roe company during the fifties in Malton-Ontario, Canada (at the site of Pearson International airport - CYYZ).
The nose-section of the Avro Arrow - preserved in the National Science Museum at Ottawa, Rockcliffe - designed and developed by A. V. Roe company during the fifties in Malton-Ontario, Canada (at the site of Pearson International airport - CYYZ).
Intended to replace the Avro Canada CF-100, the CF-105 Arrow was a technical masterpiece at the forefront of aviation engineering during its time. The nose section of one Arrow, is one of the very few parts remaining of the CF-105 project.
Back to the 1985 IAT at RAF Fairford, this was F-111E serial 68-0037 operated by the 77TFS/20TFW out of RAF Upper Heyford. She was displayed within a guarded and wired compound containing an FB-111A, a B-52G and an SR-71A Blackbird.