Flight of restored Spitfire halted over technical hitch

Aviation enthusiasts will have to wait a little longer to see a restored World War Two Spitfire take to the skies after a carburettor issue halted its maiden flight.

Spitfire NH341 flew 27 combat missions between June and July 1944 before it was shot down near Caen in France.

The French Resistance helped Canadian pilot Jimmy Jeffrey return to his unit.

The aircraft underwent a three-year restoration costing £3m. It

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