At Hurricane Heritage, our aim is to preserve the legacy of the Hawker Hurricane for future generations to respect, admire and enjoy.
We have two of these magnificent aircraft in our fleet: BE505, the world’s only 2-seat Hurricane; and R4118, the most original Hurricane from The Battle of Britain still airworthy today. Our 2-seater provides an absolutely unique opportunity to experience the thrill of flying one of these incredible and historic warbirds, whilst Hawker Hurricane Mk1 R4118 is widely regarded as the most historic British aircraft to survive in flying condition from the Second World War.
We also have a North American Harvard, FE511, which is used to provide training for our Hurricane pilots, as well as warbird experience flights from our home base of White Waltham Airfield.
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Hurricane Heritage runs flight operations from the beautiful and historic White Waltham Airfield.
The airfield has a long and illustrious history, dating back to 1935 when the de Havilland family acquired the land and formed the de Havilland School of Flying. Home to the Air Transport Auxiliary during the war, it's now a friendly and active aerodrome with great facilities.