Vulcan Restoration Trust owns and maintains Vulcan B2 XL426 in live ground running condition.
XL426 is open to the public at our Visit the Vulcan Days held throughout the year and at other events.
Join the Vulcan Restoration Trust and help us preserve XL426 as part of the UK’s aviation heritage.
Your donation will help us maintain Vulcan XL426 as a live aircraft, one of only three Vulcans in the world capable of moving under its own power.
Sunday 22 August 2021
Our Visit the Vulcan Day Classic Jet Day on 22 August is a great opportunity to get ‘up close and personal’ with Vulcan XL426 and other classic jets at London Southend Airport.
For an additional fee you can climb inside the Vulcan for a guided tour of the cockpit.
Saturday 11 September 2021
XL426 will be taking to the London Southend Airport runway once again at our second taxi-run event of the year on 11 September.
Come along and hear XL426's Olympus engines howl and full power and see the Vulcan's brake parachute bring XL426 to a halt.
Tickets are on now on sale.
Saturday 25 September 2021
Secret Cinema at the Vulcan is back with a unique screening of the 1969 classic 'Battle of Britain'.
Southend Airport (then RAF Rochford) was a Battle of Britain airfield, so this a unique opportunity to watch the film at a historic location.
Part of the 2021 Southend Film Festival.