Last Vulcan flight?

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  1. davparlr

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    Beautiful aircraft ............... we wont see that type again.
     
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    So glad I have seen it twice in the last two years, booked to do my local airshow in August so I might see it again before it retires for ever.
     
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    Great video!

    Gutted to have only seen her on the ground as she didn't fly when I saw her at Leuchars a couple of years ago and doubling gutting as she was going to be at the local Swansea airshow this year and I'm missing it. Hopefully something gets sorted out be a real shame not to have her flying.
     
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    Such a shame it's not making it over to Northern Ireland this final year, I missed it when it was the star of the show, swooping into Newcastle down between the Mourne mountains, it was a stunning sight, I'm told.
     
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