Survivors

Avro Vulcan XM655 at Wellesbourne Mountford Airfield in 2008

Flying

  • XH558 Vulcan B2 - (Registered G-VLCN) Restored to flying condition at Bruntingthorpe Aerodrome, England.

Museum

  • XJ823 Vulcan B2A - On display at The Solway Aviation Museum, Carlisle, Cumbria, England.
  • XJ824 Vulcan B2A - On display at the Imperial War Museum, Duxford Aerodrome, England.
  • XL318 Vulcan B2 - On display at the RAF Museum, Hendon, England.
  • XL319 Vulcan B2 - On display at the North East Aircraft Museum, Sunderland, England.
  • XL360 Vulcan B2 - On display at the Midland Air Museum, Coventry, England.
  • XL361 Vulcan B2 - On display at CFB Goose Bay, Canada.
  • XL426 Vulcan B2 - (Registered G-VJET) preserved in taxiable condition at Southend Airport, England.
  • XM573 Vulcan B2 - On display at Strategic Air and Space Museum (adjacent to Offutt AFB), Ashland, Nebraska, United States.
  • XM575 Vulcan B2A - On display at the East Midlands Airport Aeropark, England.
  • XM594 Vulcan B2 - On display at the Newark Air Museum, Newark-on-Trent, England.
  • XM597 Vulcan B2 - On display at the National Museum of Flight, East Fortune, Scotland.
  • XM598 Vulcan B2 - On display at the RAF Museum, Cosford, England.
  • XM603 Vulcan B2 - At Woodford Aerodrome, some parts removed for support of XH558, XM655 and XL426
  • XM605 Vulcan B2 - On display at Castle Air Museum (former Castle AFB), Atwater, California, United States.
  • XM606 Vulcan B2 - On display at Barksdale AFB, United States.
  • XM607 Vulcan B2 - On display at RAF Waddington, England.
  • XM612 Vulcan B2 - On display at City of Norwich Aviation Museum, Norwich, England.
  • XM655 Vulcan B2 - (Registered G-VULC) preserved in taxiable condition at Wellesbourne Mountford Airfield, England.
Avro Vulcan XL319 on display at North East Aircraft Museum

Former survivors include

  • XA900 Vulcan B1 - On display at RAF Cosford Museum, England. It was the last B1 intact and was used as an instructional airframe until 1966. Corrosion set in and it was scrapped in 1986.
  • XA903 Vulcan B1 - The last flying B1. Used as an engine test bed with Rolls Royce until 1979. With B2s up for retirement, no museum was interested. It was sent to Farnborough where it was scrapped between 1980 and 1984. The nose section survives.
  • XL391 Vulcan B2 - Scrapped on site at Blackpool Airport, England. The aircraft decayed and it was scrapped after its eBay-buyer refused to collect it owing to its poor state.
  • XM569 Vulcan B2 - On display at Wales Aircraft Museum, Cardiff International Airport, Wales from 1983. Scrapped in 1996.
  • XM571 Vulcan B2 - On display at RAF Gibraltar from 1983, scrapped in 1990.
  • XM602 Vulcan B2 - Preserved at RAF St Athan, Wales from 1982, scrapped in 1983.
  • XM656 Vulcan B2 - Preserved at RAF Cottesmore, England from 1982, scrapped in 1983.
  • XJ782 Vulcan B2 - On display at RAF Finningley, England from 1982, scrapped in 1988.

Restoration to flight of Vulcan XH558

The last airworthy Vulcan XH558 has been restored to flying condition by the Vulcan to the Sky Trust after a number of years of effort and fundraising. The first post-restoration flight, which lasted 34 minutes, took place on 18 October 2007.