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The latest edition provides full details of more than 60,000 aircraft and some 6,000 commercial and government operators worldwide. There is a wealth of data on each aircraft down to individual registration/serial number.
Also new for this year are Hexcodes for individual aircraft, this will replace the Selcal field.
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The British Team Viper joined forces with the Dutch Hawker Hunter Foundation (DHHF) for a spectacular six Hunter formation during the Open Days of the Royal Netherlands Air Force on 17 September 2011. Team Viper took part with four of its five Hawker Hunters, the DHHF was present with both its Hunters. In the lead is Viper Hunter G-BXFI (WV372), with above it G-GAII (VL861) and G-PRII (XG194), under WV372 are twoseaters G-VETA and DHHF's G-BGWL (N-321, with orange dayglow striping). DHHF's G-KAXF (N-294) is in the rear position. The "Dutch" Hunters retained their British civil registrations after they were acquired by the DHHF.
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See more Hawker Hunter images
See more images of the Open Days 2011 of the Dutch air force
Hawker Hunter G-BWGL in the CAA register
Hawker Hunter G-KAXF in the CAA register
Hawker Hunter G-BXFI in the CAA register
Hawker Hunter G-VETA in the CAA register
Hawker Hunter G-GAII in the CAA register
Hawker Hunter G-PRII in the CAA register
The history of Hawker Hunter G-KAXF ( "N-294") on the website of the DHHF
The history of Hawker Hunter G-BWGL ("N-321") on the website of the DHHF
The history of all Hawker Hunters that served with the RNLAF
See all images in this EnoAeroPics gallery on Flightglobal/AirSpace here.