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The aviation heritage of East Anglia

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2008 is the centenary of the first controlled flight by a ‘heavier than air’ machine in Great Britain. Terry Holloway, pilot, aviation historian and Group Support Executive at Marshall of Cambridge will be examining East Anglia’s rich aviation heritage over the last 100 years.

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