The RAF currently has 15 VC10s in service. The aircraft has an
out-of-service date of 2011-2014, and all K2's are now extinct. The following table summarises the entire Vickers VC10 output.
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Paul Robinson and Geoff Hall for their photos
DJ Thaxter, Eduart Marmet and AirNikon - various.
G-ASGI is courtesy of Jean-Pierre Bonin.
XX914 INFORMATION COURTESY OF PHILIP VIEYRA
XX914 was broken up after service with DERA but some of it, quite a lot actually, was rescued for use with the RAF movements school at RAF Brize Norton. The fuselage was shortened and what is left is enough to be used for movements training with both lower holds intact and a good part of the main cabin floor. Most of the fin is present as well as the four engine nacelles. It is used most days for training new movements personnel and at weekends by 4624 SQN, part of the royal auxiliary air force
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