Catalina Society and is based at Duxford, it was built in Canada as a Canso A amphibian for the RCAF and spent the war from 1943 on anti submarine patrols . Post war it remained in service until 1961 as a freighter and air sea rescue plane. It then became a 'fire bomber' and finally was purchased by Plane Sailing and started displaying at airshows in the UK in 2004. In 2005 it was repainted into its current scheme. It was great seeing it fly and was Hazels aircraft of the show....yup not the Vulcan or Hunter!
The B25 Mitchell is owned by the Royal Netherlands Historical Flight and joined the SKHV fleet of prop driven aircraft in 2004 after being the flagship of the Duke of Brabants Air Force for a number of years.
The information about this plane on the web site is in Dutch and little information can be gleaned from the airshow guide but wiki gives a good summary of the B25 and its operators including in Dutch Service.
Defensive twin .50's in the tail could they have defended the airplane from an attack from the rear and slightly above?
A very spirited display was given the pilot really threw this 'crate' around the stormy skies here is a shot with bomb doors open. Next posting will feature the 'eavy metal' on display.