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|BAC STRIKEMASTER Mk.80A '1112' (G-FLYY)|
|Strikemaster 1112 was built by the B.A.C (British Aircraft Corporation) at its Preston factory. It was completed on 12th June 1969, and following a successful test flight schedule aeroplane 'G-27-31', was declared fit for delivery.
The aeroplane was delivered to the King Faisal Air Academy of the Royal Saudi Air Force (RSAF) based at Riyadh during July 1969. It was operated by the RSAF on training duties for the next 28 years, being upgraded to Mk.80A specification during that time, until the British Aerospace Hawk replaced it in service.
During 1999, Global Aviation based at Humberside Airport acquired the aeroplane.
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