Having served with the RSAF (as 53-696) in 2 Sqn at Tabuk, it was allocated the temporary registration ZF594 for its last flight back to the UK in 1986. Acquired by the NEAM at Usworth and now displayed in No.11 Squadron markings as "XS933", a Lightning F.6.
This Lightning Mk53 is hidden inside the fences of the Kuwait Ministry of Defense headquarters in Kuwait City. On the right side the letter O as tailcode can be seen. This preserved aircraft is very rarely photographed!
Former Royal Saudi Air Force Lightning F53 masquerading as XS933 'BE', a Lightning F6 of 11 Squadron at Binbrook circa 1983. The aircraft is displayed outside at the North East Aircraft Museum at the former RAF Usworth, Sunderland.
After serving with the RSAF (as 53-696) in 2 Sqn at Tabuk, it was allocated the temporary registration ZF594 for its last flight back to the UK in 1986, and still painted in that scheme. Seen at the NE Aircraft Museum, Usworth.
XR768 RAF English Electric Lightning F6 belonging to the Cornwall Aviation Heritage Centre. This aircraft was written off in 1974 after crashing into the North Sea following a reheat fire in No 2 engine. Has been recently returned and restored after a joint 'lightning' photo shoot at RAF Cosford and at Bruntingthorpe.