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Built on the heritage and proven abilities of a team of former RAF pilots, 2Excel Aviation is a multi-faceted aviation company, based in the heart of the UK. With four former RAF Red Arrows pilots at the controls, The Blades are the public 'face' of 2Excel, they are one of the most sought-after aerobatic display teams and the world's only globally accredited aerobatic airline.

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