bennett123 wrote:Didn't know that Brooklands had sold their Super VC10, Where is it going?.
The Brooklands Museum announced at the end of August that ZA150, the VC-10 at Dunsfold, has been sold to GJD Services along with two simulators. GJD acquired the aircraft for Kepler Aerospace, based at Midland Texas. Kepler plan to use the VC-10 as a refueller for their satellite programme. If everything goes to plan, ZA150 will be ferried to St Athan to be prepared for Kepler.
Somewhere I read that two VC-10s at Bruntingthorpe may be or have been acquired by Kepler. The aircraft at Bruntingthorpe face an uncertain future because the airfield is less friendly to aeroplanes than it once was.