Hamilton's Lancaster back in the air
from Hamilton Spectator
Hamilton's Lancaster successfully took a test flight in northeast England recently, to try out an engine on loan from the Royal Air Force. The Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum said on social media that the plane "has safely returned to RAF Coningsby." The test flight comes after a mechanical crew conducted a ground test. The Lancaster's fourth engine malfunctioned recently, forcing a smoky emergency landing at Durham Tees Valley Airport. The plane is on a tour of air shows in the United Kingdom.
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