This is still here, on plinth near the threshold of Runway 26. The aircraft is a composite of (mainly) Danish Hunter T7 ET-272 and Hunter FGA9 XJ690, hence the single seat nose! The aircraft has a plaque commemorating the late Mike Carlton, the founder of Hunter One/Jet Heritage, who was killed in a Republic Seabee crash in Zimbabwe in August 1986, along with his wife.
Ex Channel Express. Sadly broken up at Bournemouth on 30th June 2008 and taken to Booker. returned in July 2015. Elsewhere on site the small part of the tail with the registration on it is also on display.
Damaged beyond repair Perranporth on 9th June 1996. This is a composite, using the wings from AA-1B G-BERY and parts from AA-5 G-BAVS. G-BBFC was registered to V Bernard/Bournemouth Flying Club in January 1974, hence the personalised registration.