Original aircraft serial number of this airframe is ZE256 and that has been retained on the port side of the fin.
Aircraft is a decommissioned, not airworthy and sold for static display/museum use only. No Engines or APU however gearboxes are still installed. The pictures in the gallery’s below paint a 1000 words but please feel free to ask any questions.
This should give an idea of how intact and complete this aircraft is, truly an incredibly rare opportunity to own one of our most exciting aircraft to date! Please contact us for further details and for full technical specification.
An incredibly rare aircraft available only at Jet Art! It’s also highly likely to be the only time a RAF Tornado F3 is offered for sale as the entire RAF F3 fleet (bar 3 aircraft to be preserved in national museums) have been destined for spares recover in support the Tornado GR4 fleet, due to remain in service until 2019 or beyond.
The aircraft is dismantled ready to ship as shown in the photos below.
The only F2A variant Tornado aircraft in existence.Interested parties are asked to contact us for further information.We can offer a full delivery and reassembly service.The aircraft has been finished as ZE343 ‘Delta Zulu’ of XI(F) Squadron with black and yellow diamond fin cap and squadron markings on the fin.We felt it was important that an F3 was preserved in 11 Sqn Markings due to a personal connection with the Squadron.