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Airworthy Spitfires Album Part 01

MH434 Spitfire Mk IX in 222 (Natal) Squadron Markings

MH434 [G-ASJV] a Supermarine Spitfire Mk IX that has to be the most famous of all UK based Spitfires, a star in many Films & TV programmes. Operated by the Old Flying Machine Company - First of two Pictures - Photographed at North Weald on 13th May 1989 © Caz Caswell

Photographic Copyright Caz Caswell © 2005

Related Notes by Caz
MH434 [G-ASJV] a Mk IX in 222 (Natal) Squadron Markings. These form the standard scheme for the Aircraft, when not specially painted for a appearances in a Film, or Television Series.

The Aircraft became closely associated with the late, great Ray Hanna . Although Ray Hanna died in late 2005 the Old Flying Machine Company he founded. still operates MH434 and for the Aviation enthusiasts who saw Ray Hanna's breathtaking displays at Air shows, MH434 will always be the Ray Hanna Spitfire.

The History of MH424 Page on this Site

Related Links
The Old Flying Machine Company Links:
Spitfire Mk IXB Page on the The Old Flying Machine Company Website
The Old Flying Machine Company Website - Home

Other Links Directly Related to this Spitfire:
MH434 Page on Spitfire Survivors Featured in the Battle of Britain Film
Supermarine Spitfire Survivors Featured in the Battle of Britain Film

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