The British Phantom Aviation Group are pleased to announce that joining our team for this weekend’s North Lincs Aviation Festival will be former RAF Squadron Leader Michael Pugh-Davies.

On February 24th 1988, Michael was one half of the aircrew that set the World Speed Record for the run between John O’Groats and Land’s End. The aircraft in question that day was Phantom FG.1 XV582- now better known as ‘Black Mike’.

However, this weekend Michael will be in the company of XV490, conducting cockpit visits and will also be on hand to chat and answer your questions. So, for your chance to meet a genuine RAF veteran, make your way to Hibaldstow Airfield, Lincolnshire, this coming Sunday 30th September. Admission is free.