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Flying icon: Inside the Vulcan bomber's cockpit

The last flying Vulcan bomber will take to the skies for the final time before the end of the month.

It causes a stir every time it flies due to its unique shape and earth shaking roar.

It has been hugely popular at airshows for several years and is best known for carrying out the longest ever raid of its kind during the Falklands War in 1982.

But experts say it has to stop flying.

Danny Savage got a tour of the cockpit from Chief Pilot Martin Withers at its base at Robin Hood Airport near Doncaster.

  • 13 Oct 2015
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