Military Aviation

Everyone interested in World War II history knows the significance of the Battle of Britain, the greatest air battle in history, and the other air battles that were fought during that conflict. But how would you like to fly in a genuine World War II fighter plane? Here at the Aircraft and Air Transport Review we have a wealth of contacts and would be happy to put you in touch with an owner of completely and lovingly restored World War II aircraft that all comply with modern regulations, owners and companies that have won many awards for quality of service and that fly customers from many gift experience agencies.

For instance, we can arrange a flight on a T6 Harvard: an advanced World War two US Air Force trainer, it was used to prepare trainee pilots for fighters like the Spitfire and Mustang, and sometime was used as a fighter. Large, very fast and smooth it is the only Warbird accessible to the public in the UK - availability is limited!      

Or a North American P51D Mustang: a fighter classic, and an American legend. Powered by the Rolls-Royce Merlin engine and built to a British specification it became the foremost American fighter of WW2 and served in every theatre of operations. Its clean cut lines make it a popular performer at modern air displays. Get in touch with us today and let’s get you airborne!

Welcome to the Aircraft and Air Transport Review website. We aim to provide you with a full and informative resource covering various aspects of aircraft and air transport, from the Wright brothers’ first flight right through to Concorde’s last flight, and beyond.  We have a passionate interest in military aircraft, and hope to bring our specialist knowledge to these pages for your entertainment and interest.

Here at the Aircraft and Air Transport Review you will find descriptions of unique flight experiences in a range of vintage aircraft, first hand tales of world war fighter pilots, guidance for anyone considering trying their hand at flying for themselves, advice on how to charter a private jet, information on all the very latest Royal Air Force aircraft, and a whole host of aviation resources. We hope you will enjoy the site. If you have any suggestions or ideas about how we might improve the website, please don’t hesitate to let us know!

The Aircraft and Air Transport Review website can help you arrange a rare opportunity to relish first-hand the thrill and excitement of flying in famous World War II classic fighter aircraft. Imagine cruising through the air in a two-place, dual controlled, single engine ex-military aircraft that is a part of aviation history. Hear the charismatic growl of a 600 horsepower radial engine - evocative of a bygone era. Can you picture it? Get in touch with us and let’s make it a reality.