Dr Robert Pleming, CEO of the Vulcan to The Sky Trust, will also speak about the restoration team's challenges and achievement in returning XH558 to the sky.
What does VTST stand for?
VTST stands for Vulcan To The Sky Trust
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- Technical Research Centre of Finland
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- Valtion Teknillinen Tutkimuskeskus (Finnish: Technical Research Centre of Finland)
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The voyage, which will cost The Vulcan To The Sky Trust PS22,000 in fuel, will start and finish at its base in Doncaster.
The Vulcan To The Sky Trust, a charity which now maintains XH558, said the entire flight would depend on weather conditions on the day, and on raising the PS22,000 needed to fill the aircraft's enormous fuel tanks.
Many of the photographs were taken as Vulcan XH558 was restored to flying condition by the Vulcan to the Sky Trust.
The Vulcan to the Sky Trust (VTST) adopted the aircraft from the RAF when it left active service in a bid to preserve Britain's military heritage.
The Vulcan to the Sky Trust adopted the aircraft from the RAF when it left active service in a bid to preserve Britain's military heritage.
Never has one aircraft owed so much to so many" - Robert Pleming, chairman and chief executive of the Vulcan To The Sky Trust after air enthusiasts pledged pounds 500,000 to keep the world's only flying Vulcan bomber up and running.
The Vulcan to the Sky Trust needs to raise pounds 1million just so the bomber - used as a deterrent against the Soviet Union in the Cold War and as a conventional bomber in the Falklands conflict - can appear at this year's air shows.