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Battle of Britain Memorial Flight 12 May 2004

On Saturday 15th May 2004, at 11.40 a.m. the Royal Air Force Battle of Britain Memorial Flight are expected to land at Ronaldsway Airport for refueling as they cross the Irish Sea.

The Flight normally consists of three aircraft i.e. Avro Lancaster, or Douglas Dakota; Spitfire; and Hurricane. This can vary according to aircraft availability and serviceability.

They will be on the ground for about an hour, and the public will be able to see them easily from the viewing areas, albeit at a distance due to normal security & operational restrictions.

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