With its distinctive sound and shape the Spitfire is undoubtedly one of the most famous aircraft ever built. An icon of the Battle of Britain the aircraft had a long and varied history during its operational service with the Royal Air Force. This article contains a range of Spitfire facts about, not only, the aircraft but also the people behind it.
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Get up close to one of the most famous British aircraft ever built, the Supermarine Spitfire. From sitting in the cockpit of an airworthy example to a passenger ride in a two seater, there are a range of Spitfire flights to choose from. Whatever experience you do it's sure to be a memorable day out for yourself, a group of friends or as a gift.
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Our YouTube channel has a host of aircraft walkaround videos available to watch. These include the Hawker Hurricane Mk I, Curtiss P-40N Kittyhawk and Hawker Tempest Mk II.