Westland Lysander

The Westland Lysander was a British army co-operation and liaison aircraft produced by Westland Aircraft. It was used during the Second World War and was renowned for its ability to operate from small, unprepared airstrips. The aircraft's exceptional short-field performance made possible clandestine missions behind enemy lines that placed or recovered agents, particularly in occupied France. Like other British army air co-operation aircraft, it was given the name of the Spartan general Lysander. - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Westland_Lysander

Recordings

Westland Lysander, May 2007

The Shuttleworth Collection's Westland Lysander G-AZWT recorded May 2007. This is the only Westland Lysander maintained in flying condition in the UK. Recorded at the Shuttleworth Collection, Old Warden.

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The Shuttleworth Collection's Westland Lysander G-AZWT recorded May 2007. This is the only Westland Lysander maintained in flying condition in the UK. Recorded at the Shuttleworth Collection, Old Warden.

Click for Westland Lysander sound recording page

Westland Lysander, May 2007

The Shuttleworth Collection's Westland Lysander G-AZWT recorded 4th July 2010. This is the only Westland Lysander maintained in flying condition in the UK. Recorded at the Shuttleworth Collection, Old Warden.

Click for Westland Lysander, July 2010 sound recording page

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  • Thanks for putting the recording. While listening to them I have found something uncertain which has to be clear I think. So here is the clip attached and I really wanted to know about this. It would be grateful if you will answer my question.

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