News 24/01/2009

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News 25/01/2009
Hello World,

The Tipsy trainer received her tail.

The access door of the Mosquito is back on the aircraft

The Fairey Firefly model is on display.

Eric discovered a fine metal scale model of the Spitfire XIV once used as a transfer for bamrs advertising. 

Hoping to see you soon

Tipsy Trainer Vincent installing the tail
Royal Army Museum - Air & Space Hall - Brussels -
Jan 25, 2009

Here are some pictures taken during the restoration of the Tipsy. See more at

DH 98 Mosquito NF 30 RK952 Access door installed
Royal Army Museum - Air & Space Hall - Brussels -
Jan 25, 2009
Access door installed
You can find more details on this project at

Fairey Firefly Scale model ; Model on display in the hall 24/01/2009
Royal Army Museum - Air & Space Hall - Brussels -
Jan 25, 2009

Another fine scale model by the late Raoul Dedonckers. Raoul cannot finish the model but now this masterpiece is nearing completion. Model completed 28/06/2008

Avions construit en Belgique par Jean-Pierre Decocq : The Renard R-17

Jean-Pierre Decocq published in the past articles about aircraft build in Belgium. Jean-Pierre is now a regular redactor with Hangar flying.  

Thanks to him and the Fonds National Alfred Renard (FNAR), the first of new serie of articles on "Les avions construits en Belgique" are now available here

Scale model

Fantastic 1/48 metal model of the Spitifire XIV in colours of the Fighter school of Koksijde availlable from Aviation Megastore. This particular aircraft illustrated an advertising for the Bamrs, many years ago.
Thanks Eric for the information. 

Current & Future Events
Aviation Aces 
November 13, 2008  until end of april 2009  
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