Below are some galleries and movies of what we do in the SKYLAB and where we have been with Jet Provost T3A G-BVEZ (XM479). You can also use these to help with your own studies, interests and follow on tasks following your visit to the SKYLAB alongside your learning pack.
Filmed at the Farnborough Air show 2012 with the help of our friends from PlanesTV, this is an introduction and walk round of Jet Provost G-BVEZ (XM479) which shows all of the vital parts of the aircraft that the students learn about in our workshops.
Filmed at the RAF Cosford Air show 2012, again with help from PlanesTV, this shows our display pilot Neil McCarthy putting the jet through its paces. Everything that you see the Jet Provost do here is learned by experiment in our workshops.
Here is a short movie at one of our events. Watch how Jet Provost G-BVEZ (XM479) makes its dramatic entrance!
What is the view like from cockpit and from the jet? Here is the "tail cam" view of one of our jet show demonstrations. The film shows the engine start-up and take off from Newcastle Airport and the journey and display at the National Museum of Flight.
In the cockpit. Making our "run and break" entrance to the Prestwick Festival of flight.
Pupils making power planes during their learning by experiment interactive workshops under Concorde G-BOAA at the National Museum of flight.
Pupils and STEM experts after an event of the SKYLAB under Concorde G-BOAA at the National Museum of Flight.
Our STEM volunteers are experts from the aerospace industry, academia and related aviation fields. Here they are guiding young people.
Seeing the effects of what they have learned in real life! Pupils look at Jet Provost G-BVEZ (XM479) making it's high speed approach to an event of the SKYLAB.