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Eastbourne International Airshow 2016

48 Provost Jet The Jet

48 Provost Jet The Jet Provost Display Team owns and operates Jet Provost T3 XN637 (G-BKOU) as part of the Classic Jet Preservation Group and will be displaying a pair of Jet Provost today. Jet Provost T.3 XN637 was issued to No 3 Flying Training School (3FTS), based at RAF Leeming and remained in service until 1963 when she was placed in storage for nearly 10 years. During 1978 restoration began and in July 1995 moved to North Weald joining other examples of warbirds and classic jets based on the airfield. She was re-sprayed into a new red/blue/white colour scheme in 2004 and later acquired by “The Classic Jet Preservation Group”. XW324 was built as the 38th Jet Provost T.5. and entered service with 3FTS at RAF Leeming in 1970’. From August 2000 she was a regular at UK airshows, eventually purchased by the current owner Jeff Bell in 2007. XW324 has received continuous refurbishment work to bring her to a condition as close as possible (without a total rebuild) to that when she rolled off the production line in 1970. FLYING TIMES Thu 15:39; Fri 14:18 Sat 13:52; Sun 14:52 DIMENSIONS Height: 3.1m Length: 9.9m Wingspan: 11m PERFORMANCE Maximum Speed: 440mph POWERPLANT 1 × Rolls-Royce Viper MK 102 DID YOU KNOW? Jet Provost T.3 XN637 remains the last genuine Jet Provost T.3 flying anywhere, and the lowest houred with only 1600 hours and 9 F.I. EASTBOURNE INTERNATIONAL 2016

Team Raven Team Raven are a formation aerobatic display team that formed in May 2014. In their second display season, they aim to continue on the successes and their reputation built to date. They are the phoenix to the disbandment of Team Osprey and Team Viper, the former a Yak 52 team which consisted of Bob Oliver (now the Team Raven commentator), Steve Lloyd and Barry Gwynnett followed by Gerald Williams and Mark Southern, also from Team Viper with their RV8’s and Simon Shirley with his RV4. The Ravens use Van’s RV aircraft with a mix of one RV4 and four RV8s. All are self build aircraft, albeit only Ravens 2 and 4 have been self built by the Team. They are fully aerobatic with a good ‘g’-limit range and aerobatic ability and have even been modified with smoke systems. Entirely self-funded, the Team has striven to create a professional and effective display team. The choice of aircraft is purely down to the vision of Steve. FLYING TIMES Sat 13:38; Sun 13:41 DID YOU KNOW? The Team name ‘Raven’ came from a play on the letters ‘RV’ and makes more sense if written ‘RaVen’ as per the badge on the sides of the aircraft fuselages. WWW.EASTBOURNEAIRSHOW.COM

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