Originally powered by four piston engines, the Herald was redesigned with two Dart turboprops but surpassed by the very similar Fokker F.27. Air UK operated both types and the two now sit next to each other here at the City of Norwich Aviation Museum.
A 1969 Cessna 401, lastly operated by Bearing Supplies here at Norwich. Certificate of airworthiness expired 1992. The 401 was not pressurized, and the four circular windows were replaced with five rectangular windows on later aircraft.
This is the second single-seat British Jaguar, with quite a few bits from other airframes. XW563 spent time as a Jaguar International demonstration aircraft and then as an instructional airframe at RAF Brüggen. Became a gate guard at Coltishall and upon closure moved to the Norwich County Hall.