Hawker
Hunter

One of the most successful jet aircraft produced by Hawker.
Hawker Hunter Prototype WB188 Hawker Hunter Prototype WB188
 
Developed during the late 1940’s and early 1950’s, the Hawker Hawker P1067 Hunter is a transonic British jet aircraft and is a story of numerous trials and developments, many abandoned before reaching anywhere near the production stage.
 
Following the end of World War II, Hawker recognised that jet-propulsion was the future of military aircraft development and Hawker Siddeley  Chief Designer Sydney Camm initially proposed the P.1040 to the RAF. Unfortunately, the RAF took little interest in the design, seeking better performance and ability so Camm turned his attention to transforming the Hawker Fury / Sea Fury into a jet-powered, carrier-based fighter for the Fleet Air Arm and thus emerged was the P.1035 Hawk (also known as the Jet Fury). 
 
However, when the Air Ministry issued Specification E38/46 Camm set about developing the Sea Hawk, replacing the straight wing with a-35 degree swept wing, categorising the aircraft Hawker P.1052.
 
During its first flight during 1948, the P.1052 first prototype demonstrated good performance and despite carrying out several successful Carrier Trials, it was agreed that it did not warrant further development into a production aircraft.
 
Undeterred, Hawker Siddeley converted the second P.1052 prototype as a ‘private venture’, redesignated as the Hawker P.1081, featuring swept tail-planes, a revised fuselage, and a single jet exhaust at the rear.
 
Hawker Hunter Development Aircraft P.1081 Hawker Hunter Development Aircraft P.1081
 
First flown on 19th June 1950, the Hawker P.1081 was a great success and drew interest from the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF).  Despite this initial success, further development was stalled by difficulties with the engine reheat and the project was abandoned when the sole prototype was lost in a crash in 1951.  The loss was made even more tragic as it took the life of legendary Test and Battle of Britain pilot Trevor ‘Wimpy’ Wade.
 
In March 1948, the Air Ministry issued a revised Specification F.3/48, which called for a speed of 629 mph at 45,000 ft, and a high rate of climb whilst carrying substantial armaments.  Hawker Siddeley responded with the Hawker P.1067, which first flew from RAF Boscombe Down on 20th July 1951. It proved an immediate success with the Air Ministry ordering the Hawker P1067 Hawker P1067 Hunter (as it was now known) into production during March 1950.
 
On 7th September 1953, the sole Hawker 1067 Hawker P1067 Hunter Mk3 (the modified first prototype, WB188) broke the world air speed record for jet-powered aircraft, achieving 727.63 mph (1,171.01 km/h) over Littlehampton, flown by Neville Duke.
 
The single-seat Hawker P1067 Hawker P1067 Hunter entered service as a manoeuvrable fighter aircraft and later operated in fighter-bomber and reconnaissance roles during numerous conflicts. The two-seat variants remained in use for training and in secondary roles with the Royal Air Force (RAF) and Royal Navy (RN) until the early 1990’s.
 
The Hawker P1067 Hawker P1067 Hunter was widely exported, serving with 21 other nations air forces including significant numbers in Denmark, India, Sweden, Switzerland, Singapore and sixty years after its original introduction, it was still in active service with the Lebanese Air Force, until 2014.
 
Hawker Hunter 111 Sqn Formation 1961
 
During public air displays, Hawker P1067 Hawker P1067 Hunters were also used by the RAF Display Teams ‘The Blue Diamonds’ (who flew 16 aircraft) and ‘The Black Arrows’ (who on one occasion looped a record-breaking 22 examples in formation).
 
In British service, the aircraft was eventually replaced by the English Electric Lightning, the Hawker Siddeley Harrier and the McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II.
 
Today, around 70 airworthy examples exist with many appearing at public displays around the world although the tragedy at Shoreham in 2015 has resulted in many aircraft now being restricted or retired.
 
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Hawker Hunter prototype (WB188) - The record breaking Hunter
Hawker Hunter prototype

Hawker Hunter prototype (WB188) - The record breaking Hunter

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Hawker Hunter (WB188) taxying for take off with Neville Duke at the controls
Hawker Hunter (WB188)

Hawker Hunter (WB188) taxying for take off with Neville Duke at the controls

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Hawker Hunter air to air
Hawker Hunter

Hawker Hunter air to air

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Hawker Hunter GA11 (WT804) on apron
Hawker Hunter GA11

Hawker Hunter GA11 (WT804) on apron

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Hawker Hunter F6 RAF (XG232) in 1984
Hawker Hunter F6 

Hawker Hunter F6 RAF (XG232) in 1984

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Hawker Hunter B
Hawker Hunter Trainer

Hawker Hunter 2 Seat Trainer

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Hunter T Mk.8 RN (XL604) air to air
Hunter T Mk.8 RN

Hunter T Mk.8 RN (XL604) air to air

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Hawker Hunter T Mk.8 RN (XL580) air to air
Hawker Hunter T Mk.8 RN

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Hawker Hunter FGA.9 (XG154) air to air
Hawker Hunter FGA.9 (XG154) air to air

Hawker Hunter FGA.9 (XG154) air to air

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Hawker Hunter Mk.58 (J4013) Swiss Air Force
Hawker Hunter Mk.58

Hawker Hunter Mk.58 (J4013) Swiss Air Force

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Specification (Hawker Hawker P1067 Hunter F6)


Powerplant                               
1 × Rolls-Royce Avon 2207 turbojet, 10,145 lbf (45.13 kN)
Span
33 ft 8 in (10.26 m)
Maximum Weight
Loaded - 17,750 lb (8,050 kg) / Take-off - 24,600 lb (11,158 kg)
Capacity
One pilot
Maximum Speed
Mach 0.94, 620 kn (715 mph, 1,150 km/h) at sea level
Maximum Range
Combat - 385 nmi (445 mi, 715 km) / Ferry -1,650 nmi (1,900 mi, 3,060 km) with external fuel tanks

 

Variants


Hawker P1067 Hunter            
3 built
Prototype, with the first (WB188) later modified as a Hawker P1067 Hunter Mk 3 for the successful World Speed Record attempts.
Hawker P1083
1 built
Supersonic prototype design based on the P.1067 with after-burning Avon engine. Project abandoned: fuselage and tail used for the P.1099.
Hawker P1101
2 built
Two-seat trainer prototype
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.1
139 built
Production version with Avon 113 engine,
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.2
45 built
Sapphire 101 engine built at Armstrong Whitworth, Coventry.
Hawker P1067 Hunter Mk.3
1 built
Sometime erroneously identified as an F.3 (it carried no weapons) the 1st prototype was fitted with after-burning Avon RA.7R engine, a pointed nose, airbrakes and a revised screen. Aircraft (WB188) went on to break the World Speed Record in 1953 at 727.6mph.
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.4
349 built
Bag tanks in the wings, fittings for underwing fuel tanks and fitted with Avon 115 (later Avon 121) engine.  Additional blisters under the nose for ammunition links, built at Kingston-upon-Thames and Blackpool.
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.5
105 built
F.4 with Sapphire 101 engine, built by Armstrong Whitworth at Coventry.
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.6
384 built
Clear-weather interceptor fighter powered bya 10,150 lbf (45.17 kN) Rolls-Royce Avon 203 turbojet engine, revised wing with a leading edge 'dogtooth' and four hardpoints.
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.6A Modified F.6 with brake parachute and 230 gallon inboard drop tanks.
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.7
4 conversions and 65 built.
Trainer variant with side by side seating replacing the single seat nose. Engine and systems were the same the F.4.. The dog-tooth leading edge and follow-up tailpane mods, as on the F.6, were fitted to the T.7.
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.7A T.7 modified with the Integrated Flight Instrumentation System (IFIS). Used by the RAF as a Blackburn Buccaneer conversion training aircraft.
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.8
18 conversions and 10 built.
Two-seat trainer for the Royal Navy. Fitted with an arrestor hook for use on RN airfields but otherwise similar to the T.7
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.8B T.8 with TACAN radio-navigation system and IFIS fitted, cannon and ranging radar removed. Used by the Royal Navy as a Blackburn Buccaneer conversion training aircraft, four conversions.
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.8C
11 conversions
T.8 with TACAN fitted.
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.8M T.8 fitted with the Sea Harrier's Blue Fox radar, used to train Sea Harrier pilots.
Hawker P1067 Hunter FGA.9
128 conversions
Single-seat ground-attack fighter variant for the RAF,  modified from F.6 airframes. Strengthened wing, 230 gallon inboard drop tanks, tail chute.
Hawker P1067 Hunter FR.10
33 built
Single-seat reconnaissance version with 3 x F95 cameras, revised instrument panel layout, brake parachute and 230 gallon inboard drop tanks.
Hawker P1067 Hunter GA.11
40 conversions
Single-seat weapons training version for the Royal Navy and fitted with an arrester hook.
Hawker P1067 Hunter PR.11 Single-seat reconnaissance version for the Royal Navy.
Hawker P1067 Hunter Mk.12
6 conversions and 1 built
Two-seat test aircraft for the Royal Aircraft Establishment. One built, converted from an F.6 airframe.
Hawker P1067 Hunter Mk.50
120 built
Export version of the Hawker P1067 Hunter F.4 fighter for Sweden (Designated J34).
Hawker P1067 Hunter Mk.51
30 built
Export version of the Hawker P1067 Hunter F.4 fighter for Denmark.
Hawker P1067 Hunter Mk.52
16 conversions
Export version of the Hawker P1067 Hunter F.4 fighter for Peru.
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.53
2 built
Export version of the Hawker P1067 Hunter T.7 trainer for Denmark.
Hawker P1067 Hunter Mk.56
160 built
Export version of the Hawker P1067 Hunter F.6 fighter for India with brake parachute and the provision to carry 500 lb (227 kg) bombs.
Hawker P1067 Hunter FGA.56A Export version of the Hawker P1067 Hunter FGA.9 ground-attack fighter for India.
Hawker P1067 Hunter FGA.57
4 conversions
Export version of the Hawker P1067 Hunter FGA.9 ground-attack fighter for Kuwait.
Hawker P1067 Hunter Mk.58
12 conversions and 88 built
Export version of the Hawker P1067 Hunter F.6 fighter for Switzerland.
Hawker P1067 Hunter Mk.58A
52 conversions
Export version of the Hawker P1067 Hunter FGA.9 ground-attack fighter for Switzerland.
Hawker P1067 Hunter FGA.59
24 conversions
Export version of the Hawker P1067 Hunter FGA.9 ground-attack fighter for Iraq.
Hawker P1067 Hunter FGA.59A
18 conversions
Converted F.6's sold to Iraq.
Hawker P1067 Hunter FGA.59B
4 conversions
Converted F.6's sold to Iraq.
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.60
4 conversions
Export version of the Hawker P1067 Hunter F.6 fighter for Saudi Arabia, conversions from F.6s.
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.62 Export version of the Hawker P1067 Hunter T.7 trainer for Peru.
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.66
20 built
Two-seat training version for the Indian Air Force, powered by a Rolls-Royce Avon 200 turbojet engine.
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.66A
1 conversion
A composite Hawker P1067 Hunter built from damaged aircraft for display at the Paris Salon. Used as a demonstration aircraft, finished in red and white, later sold to Chile as a T.72.
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.66B
2 conversions and 1 built
Export version of the Hawker P1067 Hunter T.66 trainer for Jordan
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.66C
3 conversion
Export version of the Hawker P1067 Hunter T.66 trainer for Lebanon
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.66D
12 conversions
Sold to India and converted from F.6's.
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.66E
5 conversions
Sold to India and converted from F.6's.
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.67
4 conversions
Export version of the Hawker P1067 Hunter T.66 trainer for Kuwait, conversions from F.6s.
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.688 conversions Export version of the Hawker P1067 Hunter T.66 trainer for Switzerland, conversions from F.5s and Mk 50s.
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.69
3 conversions
Export version of the Hawker P1067 Hunter T.66 trainer for Iraq, conversions from F.6s.
Hawker P1067 Hunter FGA.70
4 conversions
Export version of the Hawker P1067 Hunter FGA.9 ground-attack fighter for Lebanon, conversions from F.6s.
Hawker P1067 Hunter FGA.70A Export version of the Hawker P1067 Hunter FGA.9 ground-attack fighter for Lebanon, conversions from F.6s.
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.70
2 built
This was the unofficial designation given to two ex-RAF Hawker P1067 Hunter T.7s sold to Saudi Arabia.
Hawker P1067 Hunter FGA.71 Export version of the Hawker P1067 Hunter FGA.9 ground-attack fighter for Chile.
Hawker P1067 Hunter FR.71A Export version of the Hawker P1067 Hunter FR.10 reconnaissance aircraft for Chile.
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.72 Export version of the T.66 trainer for Chile.
Hawker P1067 Hunter FGA.73 Export version of the Hawker P1067 Hunter FGA.9 ground-attack fighter for Jordan.
Hawker P1067 Hunter FGA.73A
4 built
Export version of the Hawker P1067 Hunter FGA.9 ground-attack fighter for Jordan.
Hawker P1067 Hunter FGA.73B
3 built
Export version of the Hawker P1067 Hunter FGA.9 ground-attack fighter for Jordan.
Hawker P1067 Hunter FGA.74
12 built
Export version of the Hawker P1067 Hunter FGA.9 ground-attack fighter for Singapore.
Hawker P1067 Hunter FR.74A
4 built
Export version of the Hawker P1067 Hunter FR.10 reconnaissance aircraft for Singapore
Hawker P1067 Hunter FR.74B
22 built
Export version for Singapore.
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.75
4 built
Export version of the Hawker P1067 Hunter T.66 trainer for Singapore.
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.75A
5 built
Export version for Singapore.
Hawker P1067 Hunter FGA.76 Export version of the Hawker P1067 Hunter FGA.9 ground-attack fighter for Abu Dhabi.
Hawker P1067 Hunter FR.76A Export version of the Hawker P1067 Hunter FR.10 reconnaissance aircraft for Abu Dhabi.
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.77 Export version of the Hawker P1067 Hunter T.7 trainer for Abu Dhabi.
Hawker P1067 Hunter FGA.78 Export version of the Hawker P1067 Hunter FGA.9 ground-attack fighter for Qatar.
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.79 Export version of the Hawker P1067 Hunter T.7 trainer for Qatar.
Hawker P1067 Hunter FGA.80 Ex-RAF FGA.9 ground-attack fighter sold to Kenya.
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.81 Export version of the Hawker P1067 Hunter T.66 trainer for Kenya.

Survivors

Their are hundreds of surviving flying Hawker P1067 Hunter aircraft, display airframes in museums and Gate Guardians and a number in private ownership.  
 
Therefore, the list below are those which are UK based and where possible links to reference websites are provide.  It is as accurate as possible at the time of writing.
 
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.1
(WT569)              
2117 Squadron ATC, Kenfig Hill, Mid Glamorgan, Wales
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.51
(WV314 / E-424)
Aeroventure, Lakeside and Leisure Complex, Doncaster, South Yorkshire 
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.8C
(WT722 / G-BWGN)
Airbase, Newquay Cornwall Airport, Cornwall
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.7
(N-315 / XM121)
Alba Power (Gate Guard), Netherley, Aberdeen, Scotland
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.1
(WT680)
Anglia Motel, Fleet Hargate, Lincolnshire 
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.8C
(WT799)
Blue Lagoon Diving & Leisure Centre, Womersley, Yorkshire
Facebook page
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.6
(XF375 / G-BUEZ)
Boscombe Down Aviation Collection, Old Sarum Airfield, Wiltshire
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.6A
(XG160 / G-BWAF)
Bournemouth Aviation Museum, Bournemouth Airport, Hurn, Dorset
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.6
(XJ690 / ET-273)
Bournemouth Aviation Museum, Bournemouth Airport, Hurn, Dorset
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.51
(E-412)
Brooklands Museum, Weybridge, Surrey
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.1
(WT694)
Caernarfon Air World, Caernarfon Aerodrome, Gwynedd, Wales www.airworldmuseum.com
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.8C
(WV322 / G-BZSE)
Canfield Hunter Ltd., North Weald, Essex
 
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.51
(XE683 / XF383 / E-409)
City of Norwich Aviation Museum, Horsham St. Faith, Norfolk
Hawker P1067 Hunter FR.10
(XG168 / XG172)
City of Norwich Aviation Museum, Horsham St. Faith, Norfolk
Hawker P1067 Hunter GA.11
(WV256 / G-BZPB)
Cornwall Aviation Heritage Centre, Newquay, Cornwall 
Hawker P1067 Hunter GA.11 (WT806)
Dave Thomas, Bruntingthorpe, Leicestershire
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.7
(XX467/G-TVII/ 836 70-617/XL605)
Dave Thomas, Bruntingthorpe, Leicestershire
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.6
(XG164)
Davidstow Airfield and Cornwall at War Museum, Davidstow, Cornwall
Hawker P1067 Hunter FGA.9
(XJ695)
Defence Fire Services Central Training Establishment (fire training), Manston Airfield, Kent
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.4
(WT746)
Dumfries & Galloway Aviation Museum, Dumfries & Galloway,
Hawker P1067 Hunter GA.11
(WV382)
East Midlands Aeropark, East Midlands Airport, Leicestershire
Hawker P1067 Hunter FR.10
(XJ714 / WT684 / XF383 / XM126 / XG226 / PH-NLH / ET-272)
East Midlands Aeropark, East Midlands Airport, Leicestershire
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.7
(XL569)
East Midlands Aeropark, East Midlands Airport, Leicestershire
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.7
(WV383)
Farnborough Air Sciences Trust, Farnborough, Hampshire
Hawker P1067 Hunter GA.11
(WT804)
Fire Service College, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.8M
(XL580)
Fleet Air Arm Museum, RNAS Yeovilton, Somerset
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.6
(XF509)
Fort Paull Museum, Paull, East Yorkshire
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.51
(XF418 / E-430 / XG226)
Gatwick Aviation Museum, Charlwood, Surrey
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.7
(XL591)
Gatwick Aviation Museum, Charlwood, Surrey
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.7
(XL565 / WT745)
Geoffrey Pool, Bruntingthorpe Aerodrome, Leicestershire
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.7A
(WV318 / G-FFOX)
G-FFOX Group, Cranfield, Bedfordshire
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.8M
(XL602 / G-BWFT)
Horizon Aircraft, RAF St. Athan, Barry, Vale of Glamorgan, Wales
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.58
(J-4021 / G-BWIU)
Hawker Hawker P1067 Hunter Aviation Ltd, RAF Scampton, Lincolnshire
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.58
(J-4081 / G-BWKB)
Hawker Hawker P1067 Hunter Aviation Ltd, RAF Scampton, Lincolnshire
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.8B
(XF995 / G-BZSF)
Hawker Hawker P1067 Hunter Aviation Ltd, RAF Scampton, Lincolnshire
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.58
(ZZ190 / G-HHAE / G-BXNZ / J-4066)
Hawker Hawker P1067 Hunter Aviation Ltd, RAF Scampton, Lincolnshire
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.58
(ZZ191 / G-HHAD / G-BWFS / J-4058)
Hawker Hawker P1067 Hunter Aviation Ltd, RAF Scampton, Lincolnshire
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.7
(G-HPUX / XL587)
Hawker Hawker P1067 Hunter Aviation Ltd, RAF Scampton, Lincolnshire
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.58
(J-4072)
Hawker Hawker P1067 Hunter Aviation Ltd, RAF Scampton, Lincolnshire
Hawker P1067 Hunter GA.11
(XE685 / G-GAII)
Hawker Hawker P1067 Hunter Aviation Ltd, RAF Scampton, Lincolnshire
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.8C
(XF994 / G-CGHU)
Hawker Hawker P1067 Hunter Aviation Ltd, RAF Scampton, Lincolnshire
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.1
(WT660)
Highland Aircraft Preservation Society, near Inverness, Scotland
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.7A
(XF321)
Hawker P1067 Hunter Flying Club Ltd. Exeter Airport, Devon
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.58
(J-4031 / G-BWFR)
Hawker P1067 Hunter Flying Club Ltd. Exeter Airport, Devon
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.58
(J-4090 / G-SIAL)
Hawker P1067 Hunter Flying Club Ltd. Exeter Airport, Devon
Hawker P1067 Hunter PR.11
(XG194 / WT723 / G-PRII)
Interactive Dynamics, RAF St. Athan, Barry, Vale of Glamorgan, Wales
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.6A
(XE627)
IWM Duxford, Cambridgeshire
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.7
(XL600 / G-RAXA / G-VETA)
Jet Aircraft Museum, Cotswold Airport, Kemble, Gloucestershire
Hawker P1067 Hunter FGA.9
(XG252)
John St.Clair-Quentin, Hereford, Herefordshire & Worcestershire
 
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.58
(G-PSST / J-4104)
Jonathon Whaley, RAF St. Athan, Barry, Vale of Glamorgan
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.7
(XL618)
Lakes Lightnings, Newark Air Museum, Winthorpe, Nottinghamshire
Hawker P1067 Hunter GA.11
(WT711)
Lakes Lightnings, Spark Bridge, Cumbria
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.7
(XL573 / G-BVGH)
Mark Stott (flyer), RAF St. Athan, Barry, Vale of Glamorgan, Wales
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.6A
(XF382)
Midland Air Museum, Coventry Airport, Warwickshire
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.1
(WT651)
Newark Air Museum, Winthorpe, Nottinghamshire
Hawker P1067 Hunter FGA.9
(XG254)
Norfolk & Suffolk Aviation Museum, Flixton, Suffolk
 
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.51
(E-419)
North East Aircraft Museum, Sunderland, Northumberland & Tyneside
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.5
(WP185)
Paul & Andy Wood, Great Dunmow, Essex
 
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.58
(J-4091)
Phoenix Aviation, Bruntingthorpe Aerodrome, Leicestershire
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.7
(XL567)
Privately owned, Bournemouth Airport, Hurn, Dorset
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.7
(G-BNCX / XL621)
Privately owned, Dunsfold Aerodrome, Surrey
Hawker P1067 Hunter GA.11
(WT744)
Privately owned, Ilfracombe, Devon
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.7
(XL578)
Privately owned, Kendal, Cumbria
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.7
(XL592)
Privately owned, Maidenhead, Berkshire
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.6
(XG274)
Privately owned, Newmarket, Suffolk
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.51
(E-402)
Privately owned, Pudden Hill, Co. Meath, Eire
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.7
(XL612)
Privately owned, Swansea Airport, West Glamorgan, Wales
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.6
(XF527)
RAF Halton (Gate guard), Buckinghamshire
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.1
(WT612)
RAF Henlow (Gate guard), Bedfordshire
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.6A
(XG225)
RAF Museum Cosford (gate guardian), Shropshire
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.1
(WT619)
RAF Museum Cosford (gate guardian), Shropshire
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.7A
(XL568)
RAF Museum Cosford (gate guardian), Shropshire
Hawker P1067 Hunter FR.10
(853 / XF426)
RAF Museum, Hendon, Greater London
Hawker P1067 Hunter FGA.9
(XG154)
RAF Museum, Hendon, Greater London
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.8C
(WV396)
RAF Valley (Gate guard), Anglesey, Wales
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.6A
(XE620 / XE606)
RAF Waddington (8 Sqn gate guard), Lincolnshire
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.51
(E-423)
Enstone Airfield, Oxfordshire
 
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.51
(E-425)
Solway Aviation Museum, Carlisle Airport, Cumbria
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.2
(WN904)
Sywell Aviation Museum, Sywell Aerodrome, Northamptonshire
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.3
(WB188)
Tangmere Military Aviation Museum, Tangmere, West Sussex
Hawker P1067 Hunter F.5
(WP190)
Tangmere Military Aviation Museum, Tangmere, West Sussex
Hawker P1067 Hunter FGA.9
(XG194)
Wattisham Airfield Museum, Wattisham, Sussex
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.7
(XL623)
Woking town centre (pole mounted), Surrey said to be relocating to Brooklands Museum, Weybridge, Surrey
Hawker P1067 Hunter FGA.78
(N-268 / QA-10)
Yorkshire Air Museum, Elvington, North Yorkshire
Hawker P1067 Hunter T.7
(XL571 / XL572 / G-HNTR)
Yorkshire Air Museum, Elvington, North Yorkshire

 

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