A Royal Navy Pilot landed a F-35B on HMS Queen Elizabeth for the firts time

A Royal Navy Pilot landed a F-35B Joint Strike Fighter on the UK aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth for the firts time on Sept. 25.
RN Commander Nathan Gray was at the controls of the first aircraft, BF-05, to land on the 65000 tonne carrier and in quick succession Royal Air Force (RAF) Squadron Leader Andy Edgell landed his aircraft,BF-04, on the ship.
Further deck landings and take offs continued after 25 September as part of 11 weeks of ‘first-of-class’ flight trials.
More than 500 take-offs and touch-downs are set to take place set to take place during these trials.
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