Ever wondered what it looks like from inside Doncaster’s Vulcan bomber when it takes to the skies?
Well, wonder no more thanks to an amazing glimpse inside the cockpit from this spectacular video of XH558 in action.
The superb onboard footage, intercut with shots taken from the ground, shows the world’s last flying Vulcan, based at Doncaster’s Robin Hood Airport, wowing crowds at the recent Royal International Tattoo at RAF Fairford.
The 13 minute video captures the iconic aircraft’s full display - her last scheduled appearance at RIAT - before being retired from the air later this year.
Vulcan To The Sky, the organisation which maintains the aircraft, has thanked Neil Draper for providing the Go-Pro cameras and in editing the footage together.
For more information on XH558 visitwww.vulcantothesky.org