Two Legends Meet

As the final Airworthy Avro Vulcan gets ready for its last flight, the famous 1950’s British V plane has been united with its present day namesake the Aston Martin Vulcan. The Vulcan XH558 is set to retire from all activities in October and will be shaping the centrepiece at Robin Hood Airport Doncaster.

These two legends met at a flyby in Yorkshire England. This spectacle is a showcase to the brands recognised brilliance in design configuration and building creativity. With the outstanding V design of the plane which has been praised by many as engineering brilliance flying over the track only carbon fibre Aston Martin which conveys great execution.

The Aston Martin brand is renowned across the globe, events like this demonstrate why they are global leaders in auto creators.

Author: John Chapman