British aerospace Ba125 CC2, 1995.
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British aerospace Ba125 CC2 of No32 (The Royal) Squadron, based at RAF Northolt, Middlesex, previously operated for government VIP flights and now available to the newly absorbed Queen's Flight. This is the military variant of the highly succesful HS 125 busines jet, an early example of which is on show in the Flight Gallery of the Science Museum, London. Asembled at Hawarden Airfield near Chester, this aircraft (ZE395) is shown visiting the International Air Tattoo, Fairford, Gloucestershire in July 1995. The 125 is now marketed by Raytheon in the United States.