Richard Paver have done a brilliant job photographing the Shark Mustang on its ferry flight to RAF Duxford. Pilot is Norwegian Spitfire Foundations own Lars Ness. The Mustang is the former Scandinavian Historic Flight “Old Crow”. There will be many more photos (and information) in the next Flypast, so stay tuned!
P-51 Mustang air-to-air photos!
- NSF Talks - Lars Ness 22/06/2021Tor Idar Larsen talks to NSF founder and chairman Lars Ness about the recent fantastic news concerning the rebuild of Spitfire IX PL258. Lars also talks about his background and why he became interested in historic aviation. He shares his memories from flying the A-26 Invader and being part of the airshow scene in the […]Norwegian Spitfire Foundation
- NSF Talks - Eirik Østensjø 11/06/2021Tor Idar Larsen talks to airshow organizer, webdesigner and photographer for NSF (as well as many other things) - Eirik Østensjø - about his memories from legendary Norwegian airshows from the 1980s and 1990s and how he became interested in historic aviation. Eirik also talks about photography and shares his advice for any photographer with […]Norwegian Spitfire Foundation
- NSF Talks (trial) - Knut Åshammer 19/05/2021NSF Talks with video maker and commercial pilot student Knut Åshammer about his work with Norwegian Spitfire Foundation. He specifically deals with filming and video editing, and you have more than likely seen his work for NSF on YouTube. Knut has been with us for several years now and have become a vital part of […]Norwegian Spitfire Foundation
Help us restore Spitfire PL258 to flying condition
The Norwegian Spitfire Foundation endeavours to honour the tremendous efforts and sacrifices of the Norwegian pilots and ground personell during World War 2.
We need help in funding the restoration/rebuild of Spitfire PL258 to flying condition.
Please support Norways only Spitfire with wartime history. Any donation, small or large is most welcome.
«We are not asking for monuments - we are only asking for the preservation of our history»
WW2 Spitfire pilot
General Wilhelm Mohr