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Lancaster to take flight again after being grounded following engine fire




The Avro Lancaster will take flight on Monday.
The Avro Lancaster will take flight on Monday.

The Avro Lancaster of the RAF Battle of Britain Memorial Flight will take flight once again after it was grounded for several months following an engine fire.

The aircraft is due to take to the skies on Monday, setting off from RAF Coningsby (October 12) for an air test.

It will go ahead weather permitting.

We will have more on this soon.



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