News Category Archive: Company News

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

Tornado F3 finished, now available to buy

January 31, 2014 | Aviation, Aviation Restoration, Company News

In a quiet corner of  North Yorkshire there lurks a 61 feet long brute of an interceptor, designed to bring down nuclear armed Soviet Backfires, Bears and Blinders  and she could be yours for a fraction of the original multi-million pound … read more

Tornado ZA399 – Gulf War veteran and ex-617 ‘Dambusters’ Squadron restored by Jet Art

September 2, 2013 | Aviation Restoration, Company News

  As you may have seen in our last news update, on 29th May we took delivery of Panavia Tornado GR1 ZA399. All aircraft have a history from the moment they roll off the production line but this one has … read more

And then there were 8…

June 1, 2013 | Company News

It is most definitely time for an update on what’s been happening at Jet Art HQ!  These delays are inevitable I’m afraid. Everytime they need me to write a blog post, Jet Art have to bust me out of a … read more


9 Jet Provosts for sale. It’s getting like Davis Monthan round here…

March 2, 2013 | Aviation, Company News

  Our most recent acquisitions, 9 complete Hunting Percival Jet Provost T5s, sum up rather brilliantly just how much Jet Art has grown in only 6 years. During that period we’ve gone from making and selling a few small items … read more


Jets Monthly magazine article on Jet Art

February 28, 2013 | Company News, Press Coverage

The Jet Art team are no strangers to both local and national press as you may well have noticed by now  but we do seem to have been particularly popular in the aviation mags recently!  I therefore recommend you take … read more

What fresh lunacy is this? A helicopter?

December 23, 2012 | Aviation, Company News

Westland Wessex HC2 for sale! As if the recent comings and goings at our remote and highly classified North Yorkshire base haven’t been exciting enough (Swift, Harrier, Tornado) we now have a big beautiful Westland Wessex HC2 sat out on … read more

WK275 – “THAT” Supermarine Swift

December 8, 2012 | Aviation, Aviation Restoration, Company News

  Over the years Jet Art Aviation has taken on some high profile projects but this one is perhaps the most ‘infamous’. Other than the legendary A1 Lightning, I can think of no airframe out there in the elements that has … read more

Any landing you can walk away from ……

October 15, 2012 | Aviation, Aviation Restoration, Company News, Press Coverage

    Twin stick Harrier XW269 has made it’s final touchdown in Wales after its painstaking restoration by the Jet Art Aviation team but not without one final element of drama! You may recall this aircraft is no stranger to … read more

World Record Attempt with Daniel Dehaemers

November 15, 2011 | Aviation, Company News

Jet Art Aviation is proud to announce that we have been working closely with Daniel Dehaemers of Dartagnan Off Shore Racing Team the owner of the ‘Dartagnan SP600’ Hydroplane project. Daniel has become a close friend and has kept us … read more