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Two Second World War Lancaster bombers flew together in the skies over Britain yesterday for the first time in 50 years. The world’s only two airworthy Lancaster bombers were united on a windswept Lincolnshire airfield for what will probably be one of the last times. The Lancaster Thumper, which is part of the RAF Battle of Britain Memorial flight, joined the Canadian Lancaster Vera from a museum in Ontario. The two aircraft are expected to visit some 60 air shows and public events across the UK over the next five weeks. The planes had been due to pass over Lincoln Cathedral last Friday, but poor weather caused the flight to be postponed.



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