1992 – SSAFA Display
1992 – SSAFA Display

1992 – SSAFA Display

The 1992 show programme was as usual Black & White, A4, but by now the price had risen to £2.

The flying display seemed to buck the trend of recent years by providing a good mixed display, with a large amount of RAF participation.

To see a scan of the original flying programme (thanks to Geoff Carter) click HERE.

1) 8 Bulldog, 16 Jet Provost, 4 TucanoRAF Linton-on-Ouse.
2) Jet Provost Mk3A AerobaticsFlt Lt. Steve Howard, RAF Linton-on-Ouse
3) Team ToyotaNigel Lamb, Aerobatic Displays Ltd
4) P51 MustangSqn Ldr Rod Dean RAF (Retired)
5) Hercules Tactical DisplaySqn Ldr Don Macintosh, RAF Lyneham
6) Harrier GR5Flt Lt. Andy Suddard, RAF Wittering
7) CatalinaPlain Sailing Air Displays
8) Hawk AerobaticsFlt Lt. Geoff Sheppard, RAF Valley
9) Sea King ASWLt Nick Armstrong, RNAS Culdrose
10) Extra 300Paul Bonhomme for Richard Goode Aerobatics Ltd
11) BuccaneerFlt Lt. Glen Mason, RAF Lossiemouth
12) Vulcan BomberSqn Ldr. Dave Thomas, RAF Marham
13) Grob Aerobatic GliderSqn Ldr. Dic Cole, Clevelands Gliding Club
14) Pitts SpecialPeter Metcalfe, Skyshaw Ltd
15) Sea HarrierLt. Paul simmonds-Short, RNAS Yeovilton
16) AAC Eagles4x Lynx, Capt. Colin Dunscombe, AACC Middle Wallop
17) The Battle Of Britain Memorial FlightLancaster & 2 Spitfires (as usual CF didn’t get all 3 different aircraft!!), Sqn Ldr. Tomalin, RAF Scampton
18) Bulldog AerobaticsFlt Lt. Purse, RAF Scampton
19) Meteor NF11Adrian Gjertsen, Jet Heritage Ltd.
20) Royal Marines Freefall teamLt. Richard Davies, RM Poole
21) Grumman F7F-3 TigercatPlane Sailing Air Displays
22) Gazelle Helicopter aerobaticsLt. Gary Spencer, RNAS Culdrose
23) Nimrod MR2Flt Lt. Bret Wooldridge, RAF Kinloss
24) Crunchie Team Wingwalkers2 Boeing Stearmans, Victor Norman, Aerosuperbatics Ltd
25) Slingsby FireflyPeter Clarke, Firefly Aerial Promotions
26) The Red ArrowsSqn Ldr. Adrian Thurley, RAF Scampton

The static display park was (officially at least) 100% RAF, with the following aircraft:

Hercules, Nimrod, Tornado GR1, Buccanneer, Jet Provost, Tucano, Bulldog. To be confirmed were: Jetstream and Dominie.