The Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum made a special announcement this morning regarding its prized Avro Lancaster bomber.
The Lancaster has been completely restored and is one of only two of its kind remaining in the world. In an interview on Morning Live, museum president Dave Rohrer says those two rare planes will get their chance to fly together.
“We are taking the last flying Canadian-built Lancaster, the only one of 430 that were built in Malton, Ontario, to England this summer to fly with the famous Battle of Britain memorial flight Lancaster of the Royal Air Force for the month of August.”
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