The first two Grob Prefect T.1s for the Royal Air Force have arrived at RAF Cranwell. A photo tweeted by 45 Squadron (see below) shows two Prefects on the ramp at Cranwell - they wear the civil registrations G-MFTS (will become ZM300) and G-MEFT (will become ZM301).
Both aircraft departed for nearby RAF Barkston Heath on November 16th.
A total of 23 Prefects will be delivered to the RAF as part of the UK Military Flight Training System and they will wear serial ZM300 to ZM322 in RAF service.
Nice to see the new Grob Prefect on the pan. #RAF #Cranwell #avgeek #mfts pic.twitter.com/9aRgX4EZoS
— 45 (R) Squadron (@45Sqn) November 15, 2016
Prefect Perfect. pic.twitter.com/6SwI1gCzRv
— RAF Cranwell Ops (@RAFCranwellOps) November 15, 2016