ULSTER AVIATION SOCIETY

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Our heritage collection within the Ulster Aviation Society currently includes      31+ aircraft, ranging from vintage WWII fighters through Cold War-era fast jets, Shorts designed & built aircraft, light transport, civilian aircraft, plus military helicopters, engines, artefacts and rare aviation reference materials, all with strong links to aviation within the island of Ireland.

Blackburn Buccaneer XV361 Alouette side view in LK hangar Westland Wessex XR517

Our Aircraft Collection

Ulster Aviation Society Heritage

Our amazing heritage aircraft collection includes:

 

JETS

  • Phantom F-4 — XT864

         (...currently being re-painted)

 

WWII

    •    Spitfire Mk2A Replica — P7823 "Down"

         (...currently being restored)

  • Fairchild 24W-41A Argus —  HB612

         (...currently being restored)

 

SHORTS BOMBARDIER

         (...currently being restored)

    •   Shorts Sherpa SB.4 — G-14.1

         (...currently being restored)

 

LIGHT TRANSPORT TURBO-PROP

     •  Percival P.57 Sea Prince T.1 — WF122

         NEW (Just arrived — Needs restored...)

 

MISCELLANEOUS

  • Air & Space 18A Gyroplane — EI CNG

    •    V-1 flying bomb Replica

  • Quicksilver Ultralight

  • Rotec Rally 2B Microlight — G-MBJV

  • Himax R-1700 — G-MZHM

  • Aerosport Scamp

    •    Clutton-Tabenor Fred Series 2 — G-BNZR

    •    Evans VP-2 — G-BEHX

 

  • Pitts Special S-1A — N80BA

         (Needs restored)

  • Sea Hawker EI-BUO

VINTAGE

 

HELICOPTERS

 

SUPPORT VEHICLES

  • Bedford QL Fuel Bowser —  RAF 206180

         (Reg. 53 GPP)

    •   Amazon Thorneycroft Crane

         (...currently being restored)

    •   Ferguson Mk3 Tractor

         (...on temporary loan only)

 

POST-WAR

 

COCKPIT NOSES

         (...currently being restored)

         (...currently being restored)

and much, much more...

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11th NOVEMBER, 2017