Loop the sky in Korea War fighter plane
FIGHTER plane fans can experience combat moves in a P-51 Mustang that saw service in the Korean War.
The plane – the only dual-control Mustang outside the US – has been added to a fleet which also includes a Spitfire Mk V and Messerschmitt ME109.
Richard Grace, director of owner Ultimate Warbird Flights, said: “The Mustang is one of the most iconic fighters of World War Two.
“This is the first time a dual-controlled version has been based in the UK – the view from the bubble canopy is breathtaking.”
A 25-minute flight, which includes aerobatics, costs £2,500 at Sywell Aerodrome, Northants.
In the war the US Air Force used Mustangs to escort bombers during raids over Germany.