News Category Archive: Aircraft

Back at Jet Art! “Time Capsule Condition” Harrier GR3 XZ132 Jump Jet For Sale

July 27, 2018 | Aircraft, Aviation, Company News

This week the Jet Art team were on a mission to bring Harrier GR3 XZ132 back to base after 4 years away as part of  a private collection. Typically we chose the hottest 2 days of the year to move … read more

Harrier GR3 XZ994 restoration complete and exported to Estonian National Aviation Museum

April 10, 2018 | Aircraft, Aircraft Engines, Aviation, Company News

Harrier GR3 XZ994 has just undergone a year-long rebuild and structural restoration. The aircraft will now go on display at the National Aviation museum of Estonia having been exported and delivered to the Estonian museum on 15th March 2018. XZ994 … read more

Tornado F2A arrives at Jet Art

Tornado F2A ZD902 TIARA Arrives at Jet Art. Now FOR SALE

January 7, 2017 | Aircraft, Aircraft Logistics, Aviation, Company News

December saw an exciting new addition to the Jet Art stable. Our mission was to dismantle, load, extract and transport 250 miles by road our latest acquisition; the pristine Tornado F2A ZD902 also known as ‘TIARA’ (Tornado Integrated Avionics Research Aircraft). I … read more

Tornado GR1 fully restored, now available to buy

December 6, 2015 | Aircraft, Aviation, Company News

The year long Panavia Tornado GR1 ZA355 restoration project has finally been completed! Since acquiring the Ex Royal Air Force Jet back in July 2014, the Jet Art team have been working hard to return ZA355 to her former glory. See the … read more

Tornado GR1 Restoration Update

June 12, 2015 | Aircraft, Aviation, Aviation Restoration, Company News

Whilst the sun is shining we decided to play outside and put the wings, fin and tailerons back on our ex 15 Squadron Tornado GR1 restoration project. We’ve had this aircraft almost a year now and that’s how long its … read more

Tonka, Norfolk Land Shark, The Mighty Fin….?

February 8, 2014 | Aircraft, Aviation, Company News

The Panavia Tornado has been given several nicknames but I wonder just how many of those nicknames are actually used by those who work with the aircraft?  (I should ask Chris seeing as he spent several years in the RAF … read more