The Hurricane was one of the most versatile fighters of World War II and the first eight-gun monoplane fighter produced in Britain. This unique video features aerobatic manoeuvres similar to those employed by Battle of Britain pilots in the heat of the dogfight.
The pilots-eye-view from in-cockpit cameras show you what it is really like to fly the 1942 Mark XII Hawker Hurricane. We also visit the evocative Spitfire and Hurricane Memorial Building and interview museum staff, former Hurricane pilots and restorers.
Detailed Technical Close-Ups
Plus you can enjoy detailed technical close-ups, takeoffs, landings and superb ground-to-air aerobatic footage. A fitting tribute to an aircraft which truly deserves its place in aviation history.
Evocative Spitfire & Hurricane Memorial Building
Interviews with Museum Staff
Interviews with former Hurricane Pilots
Detailed technical Close-ups, Takeoffs & Landings
Superb Ground-to-air Aerobatic Footage