World War Two Veteran Flies Spitfire Again At 92 Years Old

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Joy Lofthouse is 92 years old and hadn’t flown a Spitfire plane since World War Two, when she was in the Air Transport Auxiliary – that is until she rolled back the years and flew for the first time in 70 years.

Joy took to the skies in a flawless flight and was even interviewed by the BBC about her exploits.

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When asked about the plane, she claimed:

It was the iconic plane. The spitfire lasted much longer because it’s such a wonderful aeroplane.

The nearest thing to having wings of your own and flying.

Now we have to agree, the plane is undoubtedly iconic, but Joy is a pretty iconic lady herself.


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BBC radio 5 live
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