MORAYVIA (August 2017 Update)

Morayvia formed in May 2011 to take forward work started by the Nimrod Heritage Group, to preserve the last remaining Nimrod at RAF Kinloss – XV244.

We became a private company limited by guarantee on 26th July 2011, and we’re aiming for charitable status with the assistance from a local accountancy firm.

Morayvia has now established a centre at Kinloss to preserve and record Moray’s aviation heritage, to serve as project headquarters, and to provide a tourist and leisure facility in the near term.

New to Morayvia for 2013 is the acquisition of a Vampire T.11 Cockpit, and in June 2015 Canberra TT.18 WJ721 arrived. Dragonfly HR.3 WP495 arrived from Cosford in late July 2017 and will be restored to RN markings.

In early 2015 Morayvia launched a campaign to “Save a Sea King for Moray” in July 2015 this campaign was successful when Sea KIng HAR.3 XZ592 was allocated to Morayvia, this aircraft is now in final stages of being made ready for public admission at the Morayvia Centre

Your support can help to move the project forward and give it a greater chance of success

Our latest exhibit is AN-2 HA-MKE has now been rebuilt and has been completed into Russian AF markings.

www.morayvia.org.uk

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