Built in 1944 by Scottish Aviation at Prestwick for RAF for use as radio-controlled aircraft for gunnery training. One of a number of Queen Bees which survived the war, but this is the only example to have been restored to flying condition. The c/n 1435 is also quoted for this airframe.
Operated by Air Atlantique's Classic Flight out of Coventry Airport, this ex. Swiss Air Force example of the De Havilland first generation jet was superbly displayed at Leuchars Airshow. Seen here during a practice display a day prior to the Airshow itself.