Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre (LAHC) Page.

Created 28th September 2018, this page covers news and important developments at the Aviation Centre. 

Website: https://www.lincsaviation.co.uk/

    

Avro Lancaster NX611 Winter Restoration Tours.

Winter Restoration Tours are now bookable online: https://www.lincsaviation.co.uk/store/admission-tickets/winter-restoration-tours

They take place on the following dates at 1.30pm:

Saturday 26th January

Wednesday 6th February

Wednesday 20th February

Wednesday 6th March

Wednesday 20th March

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Announced 08-12-18, an extra date for a presentation talk on Saturday 12th January at 11.00am. 

Tickets for this event are available here: https://www.lincsaviation.co.uk/store/event-tickets/air-shows-and-special-events/avro-lancaster-restoration-presentationtalk.htm 

LAHC 2019 Calendar.

Restoration of Avro Lancaster NX611.

By joining ‘The Rivet Club’ and donating as little as £2.00 per month you can help to support the restoration of Avro Lancaster NX611.

LAHC are spending a further £125,000 over the 2018/2019 winter period on work towards their goal of returning this magnificent aircraft to flight.

Details: https://www.lincsaviation.co.uk/about/the-rivet-club.htm

A 'CJ Shakey Pictures' Production....

LAHC Mosquito HJ711, Saturday 3rd November 2018.

Mosquito HJ711 - September 2018.

LAHC 30th Anniversary Event, 22nd September 2018. First public port engine run.

LAHC press release:

Tony Agars Mosquito HJ711 spings into life!

On the road to restoration these last few weeks Mosquito HJ711 has thrown many a snag, dilemma and problem at our team but on Wednesday night she fired back into life and MY GOODNESS she sounds sweet!

As dusk began to fall the wind dropped and allowed us to bring HJ out of the hangar with the plan to wake her up from a 70 year slumber.

She was towed to the large concrete pan and tied down. With our trustworthy fire crew on standby and under Tonys watchful eye the team primed, checked, took a breath and pressed THAT button.

The port engine turned, coughed and burst into life for the first time before running out of prime (video below) another prime and off she went smoking and then clearing through to produce the most tremendous sound reverberating around the airfield. So sweet is the sound of such a hard earned achievement. We are proud to have leant our support to such a courageous and unique project. Well done Tony!

Video of the Mosquito's first engine run on Wednesday 19th September 2018: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DYfiFDVg98M&feature=youtu.be&utm_source=Customers&utm_campaign=ef2d3d491d-RAFBF_2012_Airshow_COPY_01&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_50f848a116-ef2d3d491d-424196801

Longer LAHC Mosquito videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yEZSrizirVA and

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Mo3fe2hbRI