A newly restored World War Two aircraft has taken to the skies above Kent following a four year restoration project at Biggin Hill Airport. The Spitfire Mark 16 is among the last models of its kind to be renovated. There are only 40 still flying in the world.
Chief Engineer, Franco Tambascia tells us about the restoration.
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