Scotland's National Museum of Flight re opens
Scotland's National Museum of Flight will now re open it's doors after undergoing a massive re vamp.
Two World War Two hangars were given facelifts during the £3.6m redevelopment scheme which will now house over 30 aircrafts, including a Spitfire.
Highlights of the collection include the world's first vertical take-off combat aeroplane Hawker Siddeley Harrier jump jet, and a rocket-powered Messerschmitt Me 163B-1a Komet - the fastest aircraft of World War Two.
The museum opens its doors today.
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