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"The directors are considering suitable projects for acquisition by the company," Spitfire said.
The Spitfire as an interceptor had a range so the question can we nurse Steve The pair said they will be taking regular breaks and switch at different stops.
"The Spitfire stands for freedom of humanity," Brooks said.
A Spitfire is made up of tens of thousands of distinct parts.
"When you say Spitfire to a British person, an Indian person, all around the world, there is this sense of freedom.
Mr Jones added: "The world would have been very different without the Spitfire and people recognise this."
The newly restored MK IX Spitfire named 'Silver Spitfire'
As the cheering intensified, so, too, did the sound of the Merlin engine powering the Spitfire piloted by Alex Henshaw.
It is the only combat veteran Spitfire in Scotland."
Briefly the only flying Mk 22 in the world, PK 350 was thoroughly documented in a film, Spitfire: The Pursuit of a Dream.
Will Curtis, managing director of Biggin Hill Airport, himself a modern-day Spitfire pilot, said: "It's great, isn't it?
According to the publisher, Spitfire People looks at the iconic aircraft from a people perspective and uses previously unpublished sources to provide information about the design, production and operation of the Spitfire.