The Westland Lysander Aircraft was a cleverly designed World War II aircraft. The Westland Lysander Aircraft had the ability to land and take off from short stretches of ill-equipped airstrips enabling it to perform clandestinely operations in retrieving agents behind enemy lines
Photograph of a this Flying Westland Lysander Aircraft was taken on Location at the Shuttleworth Old Warden, Airfield on 6th May 2007.
The Westland Lysander was given the nickname of "the lizzie". Entered RAF services in May 1938 as an army co-operation aircraft. Lysander squadrons went to France in September 1939. Most Lysander undercarriage was fitted with racks for small bombs or containers of food
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