FLOWN - LIMITED EDITION DVD/Bluray VULCAN XH558 - "Farewell to Flight"

Flown on the last ever flight of XH558
Product Code: MED042
Brand: XH558
£75.00
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FLOWN - LIMITED EDITION DVD/Bluray VULCAN XH558 - "Farewell to Flight"

Flown on-board Vulcan XH558 for her final ever flight - 28th October 2015 at Finningley. This special box set contains both a STANDARD DVD and a BLU-RAY EDITION.

600 were flown on-board XH558 with only 136 Limited Edition sets being made available for sale. The 136 covers to the boxes are uniquely numbered, not in numerical order, but with the airframe numbers of all 136 Vulcan aircraft ever built including the prototype aircraft – VX770 through to XM657. Each cover is individually certified for authenticity.

A video salute to AVRO Vulcan XH558 - EXCLUSIVE TO VULCAN TO THE SKY.

One box containing two media discs, one DVD and one BluRay.

Running time - approximately 90 minutes per disc


Both the DVD and the BluRay discs include superb air-to-air photography, showing XH558 perform in her natural environment in what has been an emotionally packed year. Everyone should have their very own copy of this remarkable season. Covering the 'Farewell Season' of flight in 2015.

Expertly shot with high definition and 4K cameras by Planes TV, this official Farewell to Flight souvenir DVD is a superb way to relive the emotion of Vulcan's last display season. Appearances at twenty events are captured for your enjoyment for years to come.

Using video from airshows the length and breadth of the United Kingdom this DVD demonstrates how 2015 has been the most emotional year in the 8 seasons of flight since XH558 was restored to the display circuit.

'The Spirit of Great Britain' will forever live-on in this DVD.


NOTE: Please do not request a specific number as they are randomly picked and available in the online store and at VTST attended events only.
The content of both discs is the same programme, the purpose is to be able retain one or other in pristine condition for the future. There can only ever be 136 Airframe numbered
sets. 
The numbered sets relating to the 19 remaining intact Vulcan aircraft are not available.