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Where does Aerospace go now?

Aviation goes green

The search for cleaner flying

Ever since Orville Wright flew sitting in front of a 12 HP engine back in December 1903, aircraft have been powered by polluting internal combustion engines. Following on from COP 26 at Glasgow we take a look at how aviation is intending to reduce its carbon footprint in the coming years. The United Nations has stated that aviation results in 2.4 per cent of the world’s CO2  emissions which is equivalent to the combined annual CO2 emission of the world’s 129 lowest...

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Andrei’s three-holer

Andrei’s three-holer

The story of the Tupolev 154

In the 1960s three new tri-jet medium-range aircraft arrived on the airliner scene. First to fly in 1962 was the British de Havilland Trident which would see 117 examples built. Next up was the much more successful American Boeing 727 with the first of 1,832 examples first flying in 1963. The last of the trio was from the Soviet’s Andrei Tupolev design bureau, the Tupolev Tu-154 which first took to the sky in 1968. Production ended in 2009 with 1,026 examples seeing service....

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Trident 360° Cabin Tour

Click on image below to enter the Trident 360-degree flight deck tour. 

York 360 pano's

Click on image below to enter the York Flight Deck 360-degree tour.   Click on image...

Marksman – Back on Track video

Click on image below to see the Marksman video.  

FIRST RUNNING OF 2021

Today saw the first IWM Duxford flying day of 2021, which gave us the perfect opportunity to put on our own...

Trislander 360 degree Tour
Trislander Flight 360

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Concorde app

Get the Concorde App

Our new virtual tour of Concorde, both inside and out, is available now on the Apple Store or Google Play.

Explore this incredible, half-century old vision of the future in unprecedented detail. Look around in full 360° animation, or zoom in for information on flight deck instruments.

Just 99p puts you in the pilot's seat!

Duxford Aviation Society gratefully acknowledges the generous support given by the Association of Independent Museums.

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