First RAF T-6C Texan Takes Takes To The Air

Royal Air Force T-6C Texan ZM323/N2824B during its first flight on May 28, 2017 (Affinity Flying Training Services)

The first Beechcraft T-6C for the Royal Air Force has made its first flight from the Beechcraft factory in Wichita, Kansas and images have been released by Affinity Flying Training Services.

The aircraft took to the air for the first time on May 28, 2017 wearing US test registration N2824B and the tail code 323. In service the aircraft will wear the serial ZM323 (c/n PM-110).

Affinity will operate ten T-6Cs for the RAF under the Ministry of Defence's Military Flying Training System (UKMFTS) program.

Royal Air Force T-6C Texan ZM323/N2824B at the Beechcraft factory in Wichita (Affinity Flying Training Services)

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