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English Electric Canberra PR.9 - XH135

English Electric Canberra PR.9 - XH135

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The Royal Air Force back at Aviationtag!

We proudly present the latest Aviationtag Edition - English Electric Canberra PR.9, a legendary military aircraft of the British Royal Air Force. The English Electric Canberra was a twin-jet British fighter from the Cold War era, built from 1944 onwards.

The history of our Canberra PR.9 with registration XH135 dates back to 1959 when it was originally built as H135. Until 1982, it served as a reconnaissance and light bomber aircraft for the Royal Air Force before being stored at RAF St Athan. After a reactivation, the PR.9 was finally retired in 2006 in Kemble.

Despite several failed private rescue attempts for XH135, the Canberra was ultimately scrapped in 2022. We were able to secure some parts to upcycle into our Aviationtag Edition, keeping the legend of XH135 alive as an Aviationtag.

Secure a piece of British Royal Air Force history with the XH135 Aviationtag Edition!

Please also note the product information at the bottom of the page!

Manufacturer: English Electric

Model: Canberra PR.9

Registration: XH135

Last airline: Royal Air Force

A notice: Every Aviationtag is unique. Depending on the plane, they differ in their feel, thickness of the material and color. Small bumps tell of the many years in the air and express the character of days gone by. Minor scratches, paint chips and bumps are completely normal and give the Aviationtag its special charm - that of a vintage product made from upcycled materials. These special features did not arise from the production process, but rather reflect the condition of the aircraft material used!

English Electric Canberra PR.9 : The English Electric Canberra was a British twin-engine fighter aircraft of the Cold War era. It belonged to the first generation of jet aircraft, was developed from 1944 to replace the de Havilland DH.98 Mosquito and entered service with the Royal Air Force in 1951. Licensed US Air Force examples are known as the Martin B-57.

When used as a key ring or as a luggage tag, we recommend using the Aviationtag protective cover


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