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Photo ID 220300 by Jan Eenling. Denmark Air Force Hawker Hunter F51, E 401
Photo ID: 220300
Photo ID 220168 by Jan Eenling. UK Air Force Hawker Hunter F51, WV395
Photo ID: 220168
Photo ID 211924 by Joop de Groot. Denmark Air Force Hawker Hunter F51, 47 401
Photo ID: 211924
Danmarks Flymuseum
Photo ID 188983 by Jan Eenling. UK Air Force Hawker Hunter F51, WV395
Photo ID: 188983
Photo ID 177483 by Alejandro Hernández León. UK Air Force Hawker Hunter F51, WV395
Photo ID: 177483
Photo ID 158782 by rinze de vries. Denmark Air Force Hawker Hunter F51, E 421
Photo ID: 158782
E-421 was delivered to Aalborg, Denmark, on 22 June, 1956, for service with Eskadrille 724. Nearly 20 years later, E-421 returned to HSA. With her flying days over, the F.51 was used by the BAe Apprentice School at Kingston before coming to Brooklands.
Photo ID 155512 by Luca Neggers. UK Air Force Hawker Hunter F51, WV395
Photo ID: 155512
Photo ID 154770 by Alex Staruszkiewicz. Denmark Air Force Hawker Hunter F51, E 401
Photo ID: 154770
Eskadrille 724 disbanded in 1973 and the last danish Hunter moved to Aalborg for stored
Photo ID 139685 by rinze de vries. UK Air Force Hawker Hunter F51, WV395
Photo ID: 139685
WV395 is a composite aircraft with the rear fuselage and fin from WV395. The wings are from XE584 with the forward fuselage from ex Danish Hunter F.51 E-410. The aircraft is in the markings of Hunter F.4 WV395 '69' of 4 FTS at RAF Valley.
Photo ID 95301 by Walter Van Bel. UK Air Force Hawker Hunter F51, WV395
Photo ID: 95301
This is a hybrid aircraft, preserved at the entrance of the Aviodrome Museum. It is painted as a RAF Hawker Hunter F4, but the major parts come from a former Danish Air Force F.Mk.51 serialled 47-410 / E-410 (cn 41H680269).
Photo ID 95258 by Walter Van Bel. UK Air Force Hawker Hunter F51, WV395
Photo ID: 95258
This is a hybrid aircraft, preserved at the entrance of the Aviodrome Museum. It is painted as a RAF Hawker Hunter F4, but the major parts come from a former Danish Air Force F.Mk.51 serialled 47-410 / E-410 (cn 41H680269).
Photo ID 87900 by Jan Eenling. Denmark Air Force Hawker Hunter F51, E 401
Photo ID: 87900
Photo ID 78606 by Joop de Groot. Private Private Hawker Hunter F51, G HUNT
Photo ID: 78606
Ex Danish AF E-418. Later sold to the US as N50972 and N611JR.
Photo ID 38141 by Martin Kubo. UK Air Force Hawker Hunter F51, WV395
Photo ID: 38141
Actually, this is a hybrid aircraft, only the rear fuselage comes from WV395, the main part comes from ex Danish AF F.Mk.51 E-410.
Photo ID 37224 by Martin Kubo. UK Air Force Hawker Hunter F51, WV395
Photo ID: 37224
Another beautiful plane preserved at the excellent Aviodrome Museum.
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