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UK & Irish Airports - From the 1950s to the 1970s DVD Cover .

Documentary (2012)

Starring:
Howard Asbridge (Narrator)

We start with some wonderful film taken at Blackbushe in 1959; Falcon, Continental, Orion, Pegasus and Eagle Vikings, Dan Air Yorks, Bristol Freighters and Ambassadors and lots more, all in colour, as is the rest of this DVD, of course.

Then we’re off to look at many UK Airports, twelve in all, plus Dublin and Shannon, during the next couple of decades. Among the regional airports are Liverpool with British Eagle DC4s and arrivals at Cardiff for a Rugby match that include a Catair Super Connie and a Trans-Union DC6.

Heathrow’s not forgotten; there’s a fascinating visit to BOAC’s maintenance hangar with 707s, Comets, DC7C, Britannia and VC10. Remember BOAC’s only CL44? It’s here too.

Two trips to Southend reveal lots of Carvairs, BAF Heralds, BMA Viscount, etc. Prestwick has a good mix of sixties jetliners and military types, refuelling before making their Atlantic crossings.

707s and DC8s are seen at Manchester too, along with a BOAC 747 and an Aer Turas DC7. Luton has Britannias of course and more 707s.

Fancy a seat on the flightdeck of a BEA Airtours Comet or a trip in a Transglobe Britannia? No problem, they’re just part of two visits we make to Gatwick.

Right at the end, we have a quick look at Shannon and Dublin in the 1980s with Aer Turas DC8 and CL44, Ryanair 748 and 1-11s and more!

Also from this series:
Avion Video Series

Contents

City of Birmingham Airport 1972

Birmingham Airport nowadays (BHX/EGBB).

Lockheed L-1011-385-1 TriStar 1

Registration N305EA c/n 193A-1006. This Court Line/Eastern Air Lines demonstrator aircraft was the first ever visit of a Lockheed Tristar to Birmingham in 1972.

Reg.N190AT Lockheed L-1011-385-1 TriStar 1 of Lockheed Aircraft Corporation.
Reg.N190AT Lockheed L-1011-385-1 TriStar 1 of Lockheed Aircraft Corporation.
Reg.N190AT Lockheed L-1011-385-1 TriStar 1 of Lockheed Aircraft Corporation.

To be noticed: some BEA's Trident and Vanguard in the far background right.

Reg.N190AT Lockheed L-1011-385-1 TriStar 1 of Lockheed Aircraft Corporation.

Blackbushe Airport 1959

Blackbushe Airport (BBS/EGLK).

Handley Page HP.81 Hermes 4A

One among the three Hermes operated by this short-live company (1959-61).

Handley Page HP.81 Hermes 4A of Falcon Airways.

Airwork's Handley Page HP.81 Hermes 4A to the right (listed below).

Handley Page HP.81 Hermes 4A of Falcon Airways.

Handley Page HP.81 Hermes 4A

Handley Page HP.81 Hermes 4A of Airwork Ltd London.

Vickers VC1 Viking 1A

Orion Airways (1956) operated three Vikings from 1956 to 1960. Not to be confused with Orion Airways of the 1980s.

Vickers VC1 Viking 1A of Orion Airways (1956).
Vickers VC1 Viking 1A of Orion Airways (1956).
Vickers VC1 Viking 1A of Orion Airways (1956).
Vickers VC1 Viking 1A of Orion Airways (1956).

Vickers 639 Viking 1B

Registration G-AHOY, c/n 128. 1st delivered to Ministry of Supply on June 1946, then BEA from October 1946 to February 1948, James Stuart Travel Ltd, Field Aircraft Services, Hunting Clan Air Services, Pegasus Airlines (1959) and last with Invicta Airways. WFU in 1969.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft (Civil Fixed-Wing).
Pegasus Airlines (1959) must not be confused with present Turkish low cost company Pegasus Airlines launched in 1990.

Vickers 639 Viking 1B of Pegasus Airlines (1959).
Vickers 639 Viking 1B of Pegasus Airlines (1959).

Vickers 635 Viking 1A

Registration G-AMGH, c/n 293. Ex BEA from 1950 to 1955, then sold to Germany as D-CEDO (Dr.Tigges).Went back to UK in 1959 with Continental Air Services (1957-1960) that will change to Continental Air Transport during the last year of its existance. Not to be confused with US subsidiary of Continental Airlines called Continental Air Services, Inc.

Reg.G-AMGH Vickers 635 Viking 1B of Continental Air Services Ltd.
Reg.G-AMGH Vickers 635 Viking 1B of Continental Air Services Ltd.

Vickers VC1 Viking 1

Wearing ex BEA Peony/Three crown livery.

Vickers VC1 Viking 1 of Eagle Airways Ltd.
Vickers VC1 Viking 1 of Eagle Airways Ltd.
Vickers VC1 Viking 1 of Eagle Airways Ltd.
Vickers VC1 Viking 1 of Eagle Airways Ltd.
Vickers VC1 Viking 1 of Eagle Airways Ltd.

Airspeed AS.65 Consul

Airspeed AS.65 Consul.
Airspeed AS.65 Consul.
Airspeed AS.65 Consul.

Douglas DC-4-1009

Douglas DC-4-1009 of Trans Arabia Airways.

De Havilland DH104 Dove

Blackbushe air traffic control tower in the background.

De Havilland DH104 Dove.

Bristol 170 Freighter Mk 31

Registration G-APLH c/n 13250. Delivered new on March 1958. Sold to Canada on November 1968.

Reg.G-APLH Bristol 170 Freighter Mk 31 of Dan-Air London.
Reg.G-APLH Bristol 170 Freighter Mk 31 of Dan-Air London.
Reg.G-APLH Bristol 170 Freighter Mk 31 of Dan-Air London.
Reg.G-APLH Bristol 170 Freighter Mk 31 of Dan-Air London.

Bristol 170 Freighter Mk 31E

Registration G-AINL c/n 12827.

Reg.G-AINL Bristol 170 Freighter Mk 31E of Dan-Air London.

Douglas Dakota IV

Registration G-AMSS, c/n 16092. First civilian register in 1952 with William Dempster Ltd, then with Dan-Air London in 1953 until 1968. Sold to Iran.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft (Civil Fixed-Wing).

Reg.G-AMSS Douglas Dakota IV of Dan-Air London.
Reg.G-AMSS Douglas Dakota IV of Dan-Air London.
Reg.G-AMSS Douglas Dakota IV of Dan-Air London.
Reg.G-AMSS Douglas Dakota IV of Dan-Air London.

Vickers Viking from Eagle Airways Ltd behind on the right. An unknwon full yellow aircraft to the left in far background.

Reg.G-AMSS Douglas Dakota IV of Dan-Air London.

Douglas R5D-3 Skymaster

Registration 39124, c/n 10495.From the VR-24 Navy Transport Squadron.

Douglas R5D-3 Skymaster of the US Navy.

Douglas R5D-3 Skymaster

Registration 91998, c/n 10750.From the VR-24 Navy Transport Squadron.

Reg.39120 Douglas R5D-3 Skymaster Città di Napoli of the US Navy.
Reg.39120 Douglas R5D-3 Skymaster Città di Napoli of the US Navy.
Reg.39120 Douglas R5D-3 Skymaster Città di Napoli of the US Navy.

Douglas R5D-3 Skymaster

Registration 39120, c/n 10443. From the VR-24 Navy Transport Squadron.

Reg.39120 Douglas R5D-3 Skymaster Ciudad de Palma of the US Navy.
Reg.39120 Douglas R5D-3 Skymaster Ciudad de Palma of the US Navy.
Reg.39120 Douglas R5D-3 Skymaster Ciudad de Palma of the US Navy.

Avro 685 York C.I

Registration G-ANXN, c/n MW258. Delivered new on Dec.1954 to Aviation Traders Ltd. Sold to Dan-Air London on Sept.1956. WFU Sept.1964.

Reg.G-ANXN Avro 685 York C.I of Dan-Air London.
Reg.G-ANXN Avro 685 York C.I of Dan-Air London.
Reg.G-ANXN Avro 685 York C.I of Dan-Air London.
Reg.G-ANXN Avro 685 York C.I of Dan-Air London.
Reg.G-ANXN Avro 685 York C.I of Dan-Air London.

Dan-Air's Dakota in the background.

Reg.G-ANXN Avro 685 York C.I of Dan-Air London.

Vickers 614 Viking 1

Registration G-AHPG, c/n 139. Delivered in 1946 to CAA-Central African Airways from Rhodesia. Went to Independant Air Travel Ltd from 1957 to 1959 then sold to Falcon Airways who operated the aircraft until 1962. Then sold to Belgium.

Reg.G-AHPG Vickers 614 Viking 1 of Falcon Airways.

Airspeed AS.57 Ambassador

Airspeed AS.57 Ambassador of Dan-Air London.

Cessna 310

Registration G-APTK, c/n 35453. First delivered on April 1959 to St Mawes Motor Engineering Co Ltd who operated the aircraft until October 1962. Several private owners before it was destroyed on November 1974.

Reg.G-APTK Cessna 310 of St Mawes Motor Engineering Co Ltd.
Reg.G-APTK Cessna 310 of St Mawes Motor Engineering Co Ltd.
Reg.G-APTK Cessna 310 of St Mawes Motor Engineering Co Ltd.
Reg.G-APTK Cessna 310 of St Mawes Motor Engineering Co Ltd.
Reg.G-APTK Cessna 310 of St Mawes Motor Engineering Co Ltd.

Vickers 610 Viking 1B

Behind the Cessna 310 listed above.
Registration G-AHPL, c/n 149.Delivered new to the Minister of Civil Aviation in September 1946. Sold to BEA on March 1947, then Claydon Aviation Ltd as Pegasus Airlines (1959) from December 1958 to January 1965. Sold to Invicta Airways Ltd. in February 1965 and used until February 1969 then WFU.

Reg.G-AHPL Vickers 610 Viking 1B of Pegasus Airlines (1959).
Reg.G-AHPL Vickers 610 Viking 1B of Pegasus Airlines (1959).
Reg.G-AHPL Vickers 610 Viking 1B of Pegasus Airlines (1959).

The 3rd Vickers 610 Viking 1B used by Pegasus Airlines (1959) is seen in the background:
Registration G-AJBT c/n 245. Delivered new to the Minister of Civil Aviation in September 1946. Sold to BEA on July 1947. Sold abroad as VR-YNF in April 1955. Went back to UK in January 1959 for Claydon Aviation Ltd as Pegasus Airlines (1959), written off from use on May 1965.

Reg.G-AHPL and G-AJBT Vickers 610 Viking 1B of Pegasus Airlines (1959).

Vickers VC1 Viking 1A

Vickers VC1 Viking 1A of Orion Airways (1956).
Vickers VC1 Viking 1A of Orion Airways (1956).
Vickers VC1 Viking 1A of Orion Airways (1956).
Vickers VC1 Viking 1A of Orion Airways (1956).

Vickers VC1 Viking 1A

Last months of existence for this small company (1957-1959).

Vickers VC1 Viking 1A of Independant Air Transport.
Vickers VC1 Viking 1A of Independant Air Transport.

De Havilland DH114 Heron

Could be G-APMV, c/n 14128 from the private electronics company Ferranti Ltd. Delivered new on May 1958, and sold to Puerto Rico on February 1972.

Reg.G-APMV De Havilland DH114 Heron of Ferranti Ltd.

Percival P.50 Prince

Percival P.50 Prince.

Douglas C-54 Skymaster

Independant Air Transport operated three Douglas C-54 Skymaster during the last years of the company 1957-1959.

Douglas C-54 Skymaster of Independant Air Transport.
Douglas C-54 Skymaster of Independant Air Transport.

Douglas C-54 Skymaster

Registration OO-VAN, c/n 10452. Ex D-ANUK from Trans-Avia Dusseldorf. Entered service for BIAS in July 1959.

Reg.OO-VAN Douglas C-54 Skymaster of BIAS-Belgian International Air Services.

Percival P.50 Prince and De Havilland DH114 Heron in the background left.

Reg.OO-VAN Douglas C-54 Skymaster of BIAS-Belgian International Air Services.

Vickers VC1 Viking 1

Vickers VC1 Viking 1 of Eagle Airways Ltd.
Vickers VC1 Viking 1 of Eagle Airways Ltd.

Douglas DC-6A

Douglas DC-6A of Eagle Airways Ltd.
Douglas DC-6A of Eagle Airways Ltd.

Douglas DC-6A

Red Eagle livery.

Douglas DC-6A of Eagle Airways Ltd.

Douglas DC-6A

Red,black white E livery.

Douglas DC-6A of Eagle Airways Ltd.

De Havilland Canada DHC-2 Beaver to the right.

Douglas DC-6A of Eagle Airways Ltd.

Blackburn B-101 Beverley C.1

Blackburn B-101 Beverley C.1 of the Royal Air Force Transport Command.
Blackburn B-101 Beverley C.1 of the Royal Air Force Transport Command.
Blackburn B-101 Beverley C.1 of the Royal Air Force Transport Command.

English Electric Canberra B(I).8

Registration XM268 of the 3rd Squadron Royal Air Force.

Reg.XM268 English Electric Canberra B(I).8 of the RAF.
Reg.XM268 English Electric Canberra B(I).8 of the RAF.
Reg.XM268 English Electric Canberra B(I).8 of the RAF.

Vickers Varsity T1 & Avro Tudor

Nose of the English Electric Canberra B(I).8 seen above to the left, then a Vickers Varsity T1 and an unidentified Avro Tudor on the right.

Vickers Varsity T1 of the RAF and Avro Tudor.

Miles M.65 Gemini

Miles M.65 Gemini.

Unknown aircraft on the left.

Miles M.65 Gemini.

De Havilland DH104 Dove

Another one in red livery.

De Havilland DH104 Dove.

Percival P.50 Prince

Registration G-ALWH, c/n P50/10. From the private industrial US company Sperry Gyroscope Co.

Reg.G-ALWH Percival P.50 Prince of Sperry Gyroscope Co.
Reg.G-ALWH Percival P.50 Prince of Sperry Gyroscope Co.

Vickers VC1 Viking 1

Vickers VC1 Viking 1 of Eagle Airways Ltd.
Vickers VC1 Viking 1 of Eagle Airways Ltd.

Blackburn B-101 Beverley C.1

Registration XB263, c/n 1006. Belongs to the 47th Squadron of the RAF Transport Command.

Reg.XB263 Blackburn B-101 Beverley C.1 of the Royal Air Force Transport Command.
Reg.XB263 Blackburn B-101 Beverley C.1 of the Royal Air Force Transport Command.
Reg.XB263 Blackburn B-101 Beverley C.1 of the Royal Air Force Transport Command.
Reg.XB263 Blackburn B-101 Beverley C.1 of the Royal Air Force Transport Command.
Reg.XB263 Blackburn B-101 Beverley C.1 of the Royal Air Force Transport Command.

De Havilland DH114 Heron

Waiting for the landing of the Blackburn B-101 Beverley C.1 listed above.

De Havilland DH114 Heron.
De Havilland DH114 Heron.

Airspeed AS.57 Ambassador

Registration G-AMAH, c/n 5230. Delivered new to BEA on April 1950, then sold to Buttler Air Transport on June 1957 and sent two months later to Australia as VH-BUJ. Went back to UK in November 1959 for Dan-Air London commercial exploitation until January 1972. Then WFU.

Reg.G-AMAH Airspeed AS.57 Ambassador of Dan-Air London.
Reg.G-AMAH Airspeed AS.57 Ambassador of Dan-Air London.
Reg.G-AMAH Airspeed AS.57 Ambassador of Dan-Air London.
Reg.G-AMAH Airspeed AS.57 Ambassador of Dan-Air London.

Dan-Air London's Dakota IV in the background.

Reg.G-AMAH Airspeed AS.57 Ambassador of Dan-Air London.

Douglas Dakota IV

Douglas Dakota IV of Dan-Air London.

Airspeed AS.57 Ambassador

Another one.

Airspeed AS.57 Ambassador of Dan-Air London.

Fairchild C-119 Flying Boxcar

Fairchild C-119 Flying Boxcar of the USAF.
Fairchild C-119 Flying Boxcar of the USAF.

Vickers VC1 Viking 1

Vickers VC1 Viking 1 of Pegasus Airlines (1959).

De Havilland DH114 Heron

De Havilland DH114 Heron.
De Havilland DH114 Heron.

Avro Tudor

Avro Tudor.

Airspeed AS.57 Ambassador 2

Shell Petroleum's executive airplane. Could be G-AMAA, c/n 5223 if single in the company's fleet.

Airspeed AS.57 Ambassador 2 of Shell Petroleum Co.
Airspeed AS.57 Ambassador 2 of Shell Petroleum Co.

Southend Airport (Part 1)

Southend Airport (SEN/EGMC). London Southend Airport nowadays.

De Havilland DH104 Dove 1B

Registration G-ANVU, c/n 04082. Delivered and operated from November 1954 to August 1972.

Reg.G-ANVU De Havilland DH104 Dove of Channel Airways.

Vickers VC1 Viking 1

Vickers VC1 Viking 1 of Channel Airways.

Bristol 170 Freighter Mk 21

Bristol 170 Freighter Mk 21 of Channel Airways.

Dublin Airport (Part 1)

Dublin Airport (DUB/EIDW). Aerfort Bhaile Átha Cliath.

Boeing 707-348C

Note the Fokker F27 Friendship, Aviation Traders ATL-98 Carvair and Boeing 737 of Aer Lingus in the background.

Avro 748 Srs.1/106

View from Pier B.

Avro 748 Srs.1/106 PROP-JET AVRO 748 of BKS Air Transport.

Fokker F27-100 Friendship

Fokker F27-100 Friendship of Aer Lingus - Irish International Airlines.

Shannon Airport (Part 1)

Shannon Airport (SNN/EINN) Aerfort na Sionainne.

Lockheed L-1049 Super Constellation

L-1049G or H?

Lockheed L-1049 Super Constellation of Capitol International Airways.
Lockheed L-1049 Super Constellation of Capitol International Airways.

Bristol 175 Britannia 318

[Bristol 175 Britannia 318 of Cubana de Aviación.
[Bristol 175 Britannia 318 of Cubana de Aviación.
[Bristol 175 Britannia 318 of Cubana de Aviación.

Boeing 707-348C

Registration EI-AMW, c/n 18737/377.

Reg.EI-AMW Boeing 707-348C St. Laurence O'Toole of Aer Lingus.
Reg.EI-AMW Boeing 707-348C St. Laurence O'Toole of Aer Lingus.

Boeing 720-048

Boeing 720-048 of Aer Lingus.

With another 707/ 720 in foreground.

Boeing 707-348C of Aer Lingus.
Boeing 707-348C of Aer Lingus.

Characteristic Pratt & Whitney JT3C of the Boeing 720 in the background.

Boeing 707-348C of Aer Lingus.
Boeing 707-348C of Aer Lingus.

Vickers 802 Viscount

Registration G-AOJB, c/n 151. Delivered and operated from January 1956 to July 1973. Wfu in 1976.

Reg.G-AOJB Vickers 802 Viscount of BEA-British European Airways.

Douglas DC-4-1009

Registration EC-ACD, c/n 42951. Ex Iberia.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft (Civil Fixed-Wing).

Reg.EC-ACD Douglas DC-4-1009 of Spantax.
Reg.EC-ACD Douglas DC-4-1009 of Spantax.
Reg.EC-ACD Douglas DC-4-1009 of Spantax.

BAC 111-208AL One-Eleven

Passing by another Boeing 707 of Aer Lingus in foreground.

BAC 111-208AL One-Eleven of Aer Lingus.
BAC 111-208AL One-Eleven of Aer Lingus.

Vickers 708 Viscount

Vickers 708 Viscount of BUA-British United Airways.
Vickers 708 Viscount of BUA-British United Airways.

Boeing 707-348C

Registration EI-ANO, c/n 18880.Delivered 04.1965. Sold to United African Airlines as 5A-DIX in 5.81 and stored at Cairo from 1992, becoming derelict and sand-covered. Finally scrapped in 11.09

Reg.EI-ANO Boeing 707-348C St. Brigid of Aer Lingus.
Reg.EI-ANO Boeing 707-348C St. Brigid of Aer Lingus.
Reg.EI-ANO Boeing 707-348C St. Brigid of Aer Lingus.
Reg.EI-ANO Boeing 707-348C St. Brigid of Aer Lingus.
Reg.EI-ANO Boeing 707-348C St. Brigid of Aer Lingus.

Vickers 951 Vanguard

Vickers 951 Vanguard of BEA-British European Airways.
Vickers 951 Vanguard of BEA-British European Airways.
Vickers 951 Vanguard of BEA-British European Airways.

Vickers 739A Viscount

Vickers 739A Viscount of British Eagle International Airlines.

Vickers 808 Viscount

Registration EI-AJJ, c/n 290.

Reg.EI-AJJ Vickers 808 Viscount St.Columban of Aer Lingus.
Reg.EI-AJJ Vickers 808 Viscount St.Columban of Aer Lingus.
Reg.EI-AJJ Vickers 808 Viscount St.Columban of Aer Lingus.

London Heathrow Airport 1960s

London Heathrow Airport (LHR/EGLL).

Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle VI-R

BEA's Vanguard in the foreground.

Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle VI-R of TAP-Transportes Aéreos Portugueses.

Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle VI-N

Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle VI-N of Alitalia-Linee Aeree Italiane.

Vickers 806 Viscount

Vickers 806 Viscount of BEA-British European Airways.
Vickers 806 Viscount of BEA-British European Airways.
Vickers 806 Viscount of BEA-British European Airways.

Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle III

Registration SE-DAD, c/n 34. Delivered on May 1960. Sold to Thai Airways International in November 1967. Written off in July 1969.

Reg.SE-DAD Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle III Torolf Viking of Scandinavian Airlines System.
Reg.SE-DAD Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle III Torolf Viking of Scandinavian Airlines System.

Canadair CL-44D4-1

Canadair CL-44D4-1 of Seaboard World Airlines.
Canadair CL-44D4-1 of Seaboard World Airlines.

Boeing 707-437

Registration VT-DJJ, c/n 17723. Delivered on February 1960. Air India's first jet aircraft. It was written-off after a landing accident at Bombay on 22nd June 1982. Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft (Civil Fixed-Wing).

Reg.VT-DJJ Boeing 707-437 Gauri Shankar of Air India.
Reg.VT-DJJ Boeing 707-437 Gauri Shankar of Air India.
Reg.VT-DJJ Boeing 707-437 Gauri Shankar of Air India.

Vickers 953 Vanguard

Registration G-APEL, c/n 715. Delivered on November 1957 and operated by BEA until April 1974. Modified as cargo aircraft 953C Merchantman in the last 60's. Changed to British Airways colours till August 1976, then sold to France afterwards. Was destroyed after crashing on take off from Toulouse on 29 Jan 1988 as F-GEJF whilst operating for Inter Cargo Service.
Former listed Air India's 707 behind it.

Reg.G-APEL Vickers 953 Vanguard of BEA-British European Airways.

Airspeed AS.57 Ambassador 2

We still can't say if is or not G-AMAA, c/n 5223.

Airspeed AS.57 Ambassador 2 of Shell Petroleum Co.
Airspeed AS.57 Ambassador 2 of Shell Petroleum Co.
Airspeed AS.57 Ambassador 2 of Shell Petroleum Co.

SAS's Caravelle III in far backrground left.

Airspeed AS.57 Ambassador 2 of Shell Petroleum Co.

Boeing 707-358B

Boeing 707-358B of El Al Israel Airlines.

Boeing 707-344

Bristol 175 Britannia 312

Registration G-AOVG, c/n 13238. Delivered on February 1957 and operated by BOAC till November 1968. Sold to British Eagle International Airlines in April 1965. Went back to B.O.A.C in November 1968 then bought by Monarch Airlines in October 1969 (see below in section Luton International Airport 1970s). Scrapped in April 1977.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft (Civil Fixed-Wing).

Reg.G-AOVG Bristol 175 Britannia 312 Bounteous of British Eagle International Airlines.
Reg.G-AOVG Bristol 175 Britannia 312 Bounteous of British Eagle International Airlines.
Reg.G-AOVG Bristol 175 Britannia 312 Bounteous of British Eagle International Airlines.

Another one to the left foreground.

Reg.G-AOVG Bristol 175 Britannia 312 Bounteous of British Eagle International Airlines.

Boeing 707-138B

Boeing 707-138B of Qantas.
Boeing 707-138B of Qantas.

Vickers 951 Vanguard

Vickers 951 Vanguard of BEA-British European Airways.
Vickers 951 Vanguard of BEA-British European Airways.

Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle VI-N

Registration OO-SRH, c/n 78. First flight April 1961 as F-WJAL, delivered to SABENA on November 1961. Went back to SNIAS as F-WLGA on September 1973, then sold to Indian Airlines on October 1973. Ended with Air Afrique as TU-TXR in January 1976.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft (Civil Fixed-Wing).
Note the Avro York to the left in the far background, and an Airspeed AS.57 Ambassador to the right.

Reg.OO-SRH Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle VI-N of SABENA.
Reg.OO-SRH Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle VI-N of SABENA.

Vickers 951 Vanguard

Another Vanguard passing between a Vickers Viscount and the foreground Vanguard already listed above.

Vickers 951 Vanguard of BEA-British European Airways.

Same Caravelles already seen above.

Vickers 951 Vanguard of BEA-British European Airways.
Vickers 951 Vanguard of BEA-British European Airways.

De Havilland DH104 Dove 8X

Registration G-ARDH, c/n 04519. Acquired and operated by David Brown Corporation from their company airfield (Crosland Moor) near Huddersfield, Yorkshire from 1961 to 1970.

Reg.G-ARDH De Havilland DH104 Dove 8X of David Brown Corporation.
Reg.G-ARDH De Havilland DH104 Dove 8X of David Brown Corporation.

Vickers 951 Vanguard

Vickers 951 Vanguard of BEA-British European Airways.

BEA's Vickers Viscount in the background.

Vickers 951 Vanguard of BEA-British European Airways.

De Havilland DH106 Comet 4C

Registration G-APDE, c/n 6406. Delivered on May 1959 and operated until October 1965. Sold to MSA-Malaysia Singapore Airlines and went back to UK with Dan-Air London in March 1971. WFU in November 1973.

Reg.G-APDE De Havilland DH106 Comet 4C of B.O.A.C-British Overseas Airways Corporation.
Reg.G-APDE De Havilland DH106 Comet 4C of B.O.A.C-British Overseas Airways Corporation.
Reg.G-APDE De Havilland DH106 Comet 4C of B.O.A.C-British Overseas Airways Corporation.

Boeing 707-436

Registration G-APFF, c/n 17707. Delivered on August 1959 and operated under B.O.A.C colours until April 1974, then as British Airways and finally with British Airtours. Stored at Kingman, AZ in May 1981 and later broken up.

Reg.G-APFF Boeing 707-436 of B.O.A.C-British Overseas Airways Corporation.
Reg.G-APFF Boeing 707-436 of B.O.A.C-British Overseas Airways Corporation.
Reg.G-APFF Boeing 707-436 of B.O.A.C-British Overseas Airways Corporation.
Reg.G-APFF Boeing 707-436 of B.O.A.C-British Overseas Airways Corporation.
Reg.G-APFF Boeing 707-436 of B.O.A.C-British Overseas Airways Corporation.
Reg.G-APFF Boeing 707-436 of B.O.A.C-British Overseas Airways Corporation.

Boeing 707-436

Registration G-APFD, c/n 17705. Delivered on August 1959 and operated under B.O.A.C colours until February 1973, then as British Airtours.Sold to USA on November 1979.

Reg.G-APFD Boeing 707-436 of B.O.A.C-British Overseas Airways Corporation.
Reg.G-APFD Boeing 707-436 of B.O.A.C-British Overseas Airways Corporation.

Another one in the background right.

Reg.G-APFD Boeing 707-436 of B.O.A.C-British Overseas Airways Corporation.

Unidentified Aircraft

Douglas DC-4 or Douglas DC-6 ?

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Bristol 175 Britannia 312

Bristol 175 Britannia 312 of B.O.A.C-British Overseas Airways Corporation.

Boeing 707-436

De Havilland DH106 Comet 4C

Registration G-APDJ, c/n 6429. Delivered on May 1957 and operated until may 1967, then sold to Dan-Air London. WFU on April 1981.

Reg.G-APDJ De Havilland DH106 Comet 4C of B.O.A.C-British Overseas Airways Corporation.
Reg.G-APDJ De Havilland DH106 Comet 4C of B.O.A.C-British Overseas Airways Corporation.
Reg.G-APDJ De Havilland DH106 Comet 4C of B.O.A.C-British Overseas Airways Corporation.
Reg.G-APDJ De Havilland DH106 Comet 4C of B.O.A.C-British Overseas Airways Corporation.
Reg.G-APDJ De Havilland DH106 Comet 4C of B.O.A.C-British Overseas Airways Corporation.

Boeing 707-330B

On approach for landing.

Boeing 707-330B of Lufthansa.

De Havilland DH106 Comet 4C

De Havilland DH106 Comet 4C of MEA-Middle East Airlines-Air Liban.
De Havilland DH106 Comet 4C of MEA-Middle East Airlines-Air Liban.

Vickers VC10 Srs 1101

Registration G-ARVF, c/n 808. Built in January 1963, used primarly as demo aircraft for Vickers and B.O.A.C wearing Blue Tail Twin Stripe livery, that will be soon changed for the new 1964 Meat Cleaver livery on commercial operations.

Reg.G-ARVF Vickers VC10 Srs 1101 of B.O.A.C-British Overseas Airways Corporation.
Reg.G-ARVF Vickers VC10 Srs 1101 of B.O.A.C-British Overseas Airways Corporation.
Reg.G-ARVF Vickers VC10 Srs 1101 of B.O.A.C-British Overseas Airways Corporation.

Montreal Airport 1963

Aéroport International de Montréal-Dorval (YUL/CYUL/71627)
Aéroport International Montréal-Trudeau / Montreal-Trudeau International Airport nowadays.

Canadair CL-44D4-1

Registration N228SW, c/n 31. Leased from Seaboard World Airlines between September 1963 and October 1965, when replaced by 707-336C's.

Reg.N228SW Canadair CL-44D4-1 in B.O.A.C Cargo Service livery.
Reg.N228SW Canadair CL-44D4-1 in B.O.A.C Cargo Service livery.
Reg.N228SW Canadair CL-44D4-1 in B.O.A.C Cargo Service livery.
Reg.N228SW Canadair CL-44D4-1 in B.O.A.C Cargo Service livery.
Reg.N228SW Canadair CL-44D4-1 in B.O.A.C Cargo Service livery.

Cardiff Airport 1970s

Cardiff Glamorgan Rhoose Airport (CWL/EGFF)
Cardiff Airport/Maes Awyr Caerdydd nowadays.

Vickers 701 Viscount

Registration G-AMOH, c/n 21. Built and registered in May 1952, owned by Vickers-Armstrong Ltd. Delivered to BEA on July 1953. Sold to Channel Airways in February 1964 then to Cambrian Airways in October 1965. Written off from use in September 1972.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft (Civil Fixed-Wing).

Reg.G-AMOH Vickers 701 Viscount of Cambrian Airways.

Registration G-AMOE, c/n 21. Built and registered in May 1952, owned by Vickers-Armstrong Ltd. Delivered to BEA on June 1953. Sold to Channel Airways in March 1964 then to Cambrian Airways in February 1965. Written off from use in September 1973.

Reg.G-AMOH Vickers 701 Viscount of Cambrian Airways.

Bristol 175 Britannia 312

Bristol 175 Britannia 312 of Donaldson International Airways.

Unidentified Aircraft

Donaldson's Britannia in final landing behind it.

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Lockheed L-1049G Super Constellation

One of the ex-Air France aircraft used by the company CATAIR in the late 60s and early 70s.

Lockheed L-1049G Super Constellation of CATAIR.
Lockheed L-1049G Super Constellation of CATAIR.
Lockheed L-1049G Super Constellation of CATAIR.

Vickers 701 Viscount

Nice batch.

Vickers 701 Viscount of Cambrian Airways.

Registration G-ALWF, c/n 5. Built and registered in January 1950, owned by Vickers-Armstrong Ltd. Delivered to BEA on January 1953. Sold to Tradair Ltd in March 1964 then to Cambrian Airways in January 1966. Written off from use in March 1972.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft (Civil Fixed-Wing).

Reg.G-ALWF Vickers 701 Viscount of Cambrian Airways.

Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle III

Undistinguished registration.

Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle III of Air France.
Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle III of Air France.
Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle III of Air France.

Vickers 701 Viscount

Registration G-AMOG, c/n 7. Built and registered in May 1952, owned by Vickers-Armstrong Ltd. Delivered to BEA on January 1953. Sold to Cambrian Airways in February 1963. As part of British Air Services Group, was renamed British Air Services in 1969, then in British Airways colours in 1974 (see below in Glasgow Prestwick Airport 1970s section). Written off from use in March 1976.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft (Civil Fixed-Wing).

Reg.G-AMOG Vickers 701 Viscount of British Air Services.
Reg.G-AMOG Vickers 701 Viscount of British Air Services.
Reg.G-AMOG Vickers 701 Viscount of British Air Services.
Reg.G-AMOG Vickers 701 Viscount of British Air Services.

Douglas DC-6B

French charter company of the 60/70s.

Douglas DC-6B of Trans-Union.
Douglas DC-6B of Trans-Union.
Douglas DC-6B of Trans-Union.

Vickers 808 Viscount

Bristol 175 Britannia 102

Bristol 175 Britannia 102 of Britannia Airways.

Manchester Airport 1970s

Manchester Airport (MAN/EGCC/03334)

Douglas DC-8-61

Douglas DC-8-61 of ONA-Overseas National Airways.
Douglas DC-8-61 of ONA-Overseas National Airways.
Douglas DC-8-61 of ONA-Overseas National Airways.

Vickers VC10 Srs 1101

Taxiing to the terminal.

Parking between two 707 of BOAC.

Douglas DC-8-52

Vickers VC10 Srs 1101

Ready for taking off.

Boeing 727-30

On foreground left, BAC 111-510ED One-Eleven of BEA.

Boeing 727-30 of Condor Flugdienst.

Unidentified Aircraft foreground.

Boeing 727-30 of Condor Flugdienst.
Boeing 727-30 of Condor Flugdienst.
Boeing 727-30 of Condor Flugdienst.
Boeing 727-30 of Condor Flugdienst.

Boeing 707

We can't see on these pictures the ventral fin that would make it definitively an ex-TWA's or El-Al's Boeing 707-131. In another hand the engine nacelles aren't those of ex-Air France's Boeing 707-328B also operated by TEA in the 1970s. At least, a Boeing 720 would have also a ventral fin visible, and fuselage seems a little bit too long...Not found.
Note an Unidentified Light Bi-motor Aircraft in the foreground.

Boeing 707 of TEA-Trans European Airways.
Boeing 707 of TEA-Trans European Airways.

BEA Scottish Airways Vickers 802 Viscount in the foreground.

Boeing 707 of TEA-Trans European Airways.
Boeing 707 of TEA-Trans European Airways.

Britannia Airways Boeing 737-204 in the foreground.

Boeing 707 of TEA-Trans European Airways.

Douglas DC-7CF

Douglas DC-7CF of Aer Turas - Ireland.
Douglas DC-7CF of Aer Turas - Ireland.

Boeing 707-138B

Boeing 707-138B of Laker Airways.

Boeing 707-373C of British Caledonian Airways taxiing foregrund.

Boeing 707-138B of Laker Airways.

Pratt&Wittney JT3D on this foreground Boeing 707-373C.

Boeing 707-138B of Laker Airways.
Boeing 707-138B of Laker Airways.

Vickers 800 Viscount

Unknown airline.

Vickers 800 Viscount.

De Havilland DH106 Comet 4B

Registration G-APMG, c/n 06442. Delivered in January 1960 and operated until March 1970 by BEA-British European Airways, then BEA Airtours until January 1973. Sold in August 1973 to Dan-Air London. Wfu on Aprl 1981.
Fokker F27 Friendship behind. It seems wearing the livery of Cambrian Airways designed by Eccleston+Glossop Associates of London in the early 70s, but we can't find any trace of F27 uses by the company.

Reg.G-APMG De Havilland DH106 Comet 4B of Dan-Air London.

BEA Scottish Airways's Vickers 806 Viscount in the foreground.

Reg.G-APMG De Havilland DH106 Comet 4B of Dan-Air London.
Reg.G-APMG De Havilland DH106 Comet 4B of Dan-Air London.

Background from left to right:
Ilyushin Il-18V of Malév Hungarian Airlines.
Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle 10R of Aviaco.
BAC 111-201AC One-Eleven of British Caledonian Airways

Reg.G-APMG De Havilland DH106 Comet 4B of Dan-Air London.

Douglas DC-8-63 of World Airways to the right.

Reg.G-APMG De Havilland DH106 Comet 4B of Dan-Air London.

Boeing 727-46

Boeing 727-46 of Dan-Air London.
Boeing 727-46 of Dan-Air London.
Boeing 727-46 of Dan-Air London.
Boeing 727-46 of Dan-Air London.
Boeing 727-46 of Dan-Air London.

Douglas DC-8-21

Douglas DC-8-21 of Air Spain.
Douglas DC-8-21 of Air Spain.
Douglas DC-8-21 of Air Spain.
Douglas DC-8-21 of Air Spain.

Boeing 707-321B

Tail fin of EC-CAE, c/n 176 Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle 10B1R of Aviaco in foreground.

Britannia Airways Boeing 737-204 in the foreground.

Boeing 737-204/Advanced

Boeing 737-204/Advanced of Britannia Airways.
Boeing 737-204/Advanced of Britannia Airways.
Boeing 737-204/Advanced of Britannia Airways.

Hawker Siddeley HS.121 Trident 3B

Note the BOAC's Boeing 747-136 on approach for landing in the background (listed below).

Hawker Siddeley HS.121 Trident 3B of BEA-British European Airways.

Another Trident 3B taxiing in front of the 747 that just landed.

Hawker Siddeley HS.121 Trident 3B of BEA-British European Airways.

Boeing 747-136

First landing of a 747 at Manchester Airport.

Various Aircraft

1 - Hawker Siddeley HS.121 Trident of BEA-British European Airways.
2 - BAC 111-510ED One-Eleven of BEA-British European Airways.
3 - BAC 111-510ED One-Eleven of BEA-British European Airways.
4 - De Havilland DH106 Comet 4B of Dan-Air London.
5 - Boeing 727-46 of Dan-Air London.
6 - BAC 111-510ED One-Eleven of BEA-British European Airways.
7 - Hawker Siddeley HS.121 Trident of BEA-British European Airways.

Various aircraft at Manchester Airport.

Various Aircraft

1 - BAC 111-510ED One-Eleven of BEA-British European Airways.
2 - BAC 111-510ED One-Eleven of BEA-British European Airways.
3 - De Havilland DH106 Comet 4B of Dan-Air London.
4 - Boeing 727-46 of Dan-Air London.
5 - BAC 111-510ED One-Eleven of BEA-British European Airways.
6 - Hawker Siddeley HS.121 Trident of BEA-British European Airways.
7 - Boeing 747-136 of BOAC-British Overseas Airways Corporation.

Various aircraft at Manchester Airport.

Various Aircraft

1 - Hawker Siddeley HS.121 Trident of BEA-British European Airways.
2 - Boeing 707-321 of Dan-Air London.
3 - Boeing 707-436 of BOAC-British Overseas Airways Corporation.
4 - Boeing 707-300 of British Caledonian Airways.
5 - Boeing 707-300 of British Caledonian Airways.

Various aircraft at Manchester Airport.

Various Aircraft

1 - Boeing 707-321 of Dan-Air London.
2 - Boeing 707-436 of BOAC-British Overseas Airways Corporation.
3 - Boeing 707-300 of British Caledonian Airways.
4 - Boeing 707-300 of British Caledonian Airways.

Various aircraft at Manchester Airport.

Boeing 747-136

BEA-British European Airways Vickers Vanguard in the foreground.

Boeing 727-46 of Dan-Air London and Hawker Siddeley HS.121 Trident of BEA-British European Airways in the foreground.

De Havilland DH106 Comet 4B of Dan-Air London down in the picture.

East Midlands Airport 1970s

East Midlands Airport (EMA/EGNX)

Lockheed L-100-30 Hercules

Hercules of the US company Saturn Airways were regular visitors at East Midlands Airport for a while as they were used for transporting Rolls-Royce RB 211 engines from Derby to the USA for Lockheed L-1011 TriStar production.

Lockheed L-100-30 Hercules of Saturn Airways.
Lockheed L-100-30 Hercules of Saturn Airways.

BAC 111-501EX One-Eleven

BAC 111-501EX One-Eleven of British Caledonian Airways.

Boeing 707-321

Registration G-AYVE, c/n 18083. Ex Pan American N757PA, leased from British Midland Airways.

Reg.G-AYVE Boeing 707-321 Blue Nile 707 with Sudan Airways colours.
Reg.G-AYVE Boeing 707-321 Blue Nile 707 with Sudan Airways colours.
Reg.G-AYVE Boeing 707-321 Blue Nile 707 with Sudan Airways colours.
Reg.G-AYVE Boeing 707-321 Blue Nile 707 with Sudan Airways colours.

Canadair CL-44-O Skymonster

The CL-44-O was a single Canadair CL-44D4-2 (c/n 16) converted by Conroy Aircraft, who removed the fuselage shell above the floorline, and rebuilt an enlarged fuselage to make it into a Guppy-type aircraft. It was intended to transport Rolls-Royce RB211 engine pods to the United States for Lockheed's L-1011 TriStar.
Reg.N447T, c/n 16. First livery with TAC-Transmeridian Air Cargo.

Reg.N447T Canadair CL-44-O Skymonster of TAC-Transmeridian Air Cargo.
Reg.N447T Canadair CL-44-O Skymonster of TAC-Transmeridian Air Cargo.

Piper PA-E23-250 Aztec C

In the foreground left, registration G-ATHJ, 27-2757.

Reg.G-ATHJ Piper PA-E23-250 Aztec C of Humber Airways Ltd.

Armstrong Whitworth AW.660 Argosy C1

Registration 9Q-COE c/n 6778. Ex RAF. Otrag Range Air Services was an airfreight operation to support the building of a missile launch facility in Zaïre for the German program Orbital Transport und Raketen AG (1975-1979).

Reg.9Q-COE Armstrong Whitworth AW.660 Argosy C1 of ORAS-OTRAG Ranger Air Services.
Reg.9Q-COE Armstrong Whitworth AW.660 Argosy C1 of ORAS-OTRAG Ranger Air Services.
Reg.9Q-COE Armstrong Whitworth AW.660 Argosy C1 of ORAS-OTRAG Ranger Air Services.

Partenavia P.68C

On approach for landing in background, Sud Aviation-BAC Concorde of Air France.

Partenavia P.68C of Ryburn Air

Cessna 401

Registration G-AVKN, c/n 401-0082.

Reg.G-AVKN Cessna 401.

Cessna 414 Chancellor to the rignt.

Reg.G-AVKN Cessna 401.

Cessna 414 Chancellor

Registration G-BTFH it seems, but goes to G-BTSG on G-INFO search

Reg.G-BTFH Cessna 414 Chancellor

Enstrom F-28

Background: Concorde almost touch down the runway.
Piper PA-23 Aztec to the right (listed below).

Enstrom F-28.

Piper PA-23-250 Aztec

Registration G-AYVJ, c/n 27-4020.

Reg.G-AYVJ Piper PA-23-250 Aztec.
Reg.G-AYVJ Piper PA-23-250 Aztec.

Piper PA-23-250 Aztec

Unreadable registration. Concorde background .

Reg.G-AYVJ Piper PA-23-250 Aztec.
Reg.G-AYVJ Piper PA-23-250 Aztec.

Partenavia P.68C

In background, Sud Aviation-BAC Concorde of Air France.

Partenavia P.68C of Ryburn Air

Cessna 310

Cessna 310.

Aérospatiale-BAC Concorde 101

First flight of Concorde at East Midlands Airoport on the 29 september 1979.

Aérospatiale-BAC Concorde 101 of Air France.
Aérospatiale-BAC Concorde 101 of Air France.
Aérospatiale-BAC Concorde 101 of Air France.
Aérospatiale-BAC Concorde 101 of Air France.
Aérospatiale-BAC Concorde 101 of Air France.

Luton International Airport 1970s

London Luton Airport (LTN/EGGW) nowadays.

Bristol 175 Britannia 308

Registration G-ANCH, c/n 12924.
Note “Pink” livery BAC One-Eleven of Court Line in the background.

Reg.G-ANCH Bristol 175 Britannia 308 of Monarch Airlines.
Reg.G-ANCH Bristol 175 Britannia 308 of Monarch Airlines.

“Green” livery BAC 111-518FG One-Eleven of Court Line in the background and several other aicraft listed below.

Reg.G-ANCH Bristol 175 Britannia 308 of Monarch Airlines.

Various Aircraft

1 - BAC 111-518FG One-Eleven of Court Line in Pink livery.
2 - BAC 111-518FG One-Eleven of Court Line in Yellow livery.
3 - Boeing 737-204 of Britannia Airways.
4 - BAC 111-518FG One-Eleven of Court Line in Green livery.
5 - Boeing 737-204 of Britannia Airways.
6 - BAC 111-518FG One-Eleven of Court Line in Green livery.
7 - Beechcraft 50 Twin Bonanza.

Various Aircraft at London Luton Airport (LTN/EGGW).

Boeing 737-204

Registration G-AVRO, c/n 19712.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft (Civil Fixed-Wing).
Delivered to Britannia Airways on April 1969. Leased to Far Eastern Air Transport in 1976 and 1977. Sold to Presidential Airways in May 1986, then America West Airlines on May 1987. Sold to Aero Continente in April 1992, then to Aero Continente Chile in August 1999, return to Aero Continente in March 2000. New name Nuevo Continente in 2004.
Note the Bristol 175 Britannia 102 of Britannia Airways in the background.

Reg.G-AVRO Boeing 737-204 of Britannia Airways.
Reg.G-AVRO Boeing 737-204 of Britannia Airways.
Reg.G-AVRO Boeing 737-204 of Britannia Airways.
Reg.G-AVRO Boeing 737-204 of Britannia Airways.
Reg.G-AVRO Boeing 737-204 of Britannia Airways.

BAC 111-518FG One-Eleven

Registration G-AXMF, c/n 200. Delivered to Court Line on August 1969. Went back to British Aircraft Corporation then sold to Transbrasil on September 1974. Bought by Austral Líneas Aéreas in January 1978, then by European Aviation Air Charter in June 1996. Scrapped in June 1997.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft (Civil Fixed-Wing).
Same background view with Bristol 175 Britannia 102 of Britannia Airways.

Reg.G-AXMF BAC 111-518FG Halcyon Breeze One-Eleven of Court Line.
Reg.G-AXMF BAC 111-518FG Halcyon Breeze One-Eleven of Court Line.
Reg.G-AXMF BAC 111-518FG Halcyon Breeze One-Eleven of Court Line.
Reg.G-AXMF BAC 111-518FG Halcyon Breeze One-Eleven of Court Line.

Bristol 175 Britannia 312

Registration G-AOVG, c/n 13238. Delivered new to B.O.A.C in February 1957. Sold to British Eagle International Airlines (see above in section London Heathrow Airport 1960s) in April 1965. Went back to B.O.A.C in November 1968 then bought by Monarch Airlines in October 1969. Scrapped in April 1977.
AOVG, c/n 13238.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft (Civil Fixed-Wing).
Same background view with Bristol 175 Britannia 102 of Britannia Airways.

Reg.G-AOVG Bristol 175 Britannia 312 of Monarch Airlines.
Reg.G-AOVG Bristol 175 Britannia 312 of Monarch Airlines.
Reg.G-AOVG Bristol 175 Britannia 312 of Monarch Airlines.
Reg.G-AOVG Bristol 175 Britannia 312 of Monarch Airlines.

BAC 111-416EK One-Eleven

Registration G-AWBL, c/n 132. Delivered to Autair International Airways on January 1968, Court Line with the company change in 1970. Sold to Cambrian Airways in January 1971. Became British Airways in April 1976. Sold to Birmingham European Airways in January 1990, then Brymon European Airways in November 1992. Sold to Maersk Air UK in July 1993, then to Nationwide Airlines in July 1996. Screpped since.

Reg.G-AWBL BAC 111-416EK Halcyon Dawn One-Eleven of Court Line.
Reg.G-AWBL BAC 111-416EK Halcyon Dawn One-Eleven of Court Line.

Bristol 175 Britannia 253F

Greek operator Afrek used two Britannias on freight-charters from 1976 to 1984. Both of them with british registration. Ex RAF aircraft , still wearing the livery, it's no so bad.

Bristol 175 Britannia 253F of Afrek.
Bristol 175 Britannia 253F of Afrek.
Bristol 175 Britannia 253F of Afrek.

Bristol 175 Britannia

Unreadable registration
Background, Donaldson International Airways's Boeing 707 and Britannia Airways's Boeing 737.

Bristol 175 Britannia of Monarch Airlines.
Bristol 175 Britannia of Monarch Airlines.
Bristol 175 Britannia of Monarch Airlines.
Bristol 175 Britannia of Monarch Airlines.

Boeing 707-321

Ex PAN AM. Britannia Airways's Boeing 737 to the left.

Boeing 707-321 of Donaldson International Airways .
Boeing 707-321 of Donaldson International Airways .
Boeing 707-321 of Donaldson International Airways .

Boeing 707-355C

Boeing 707-355C of Britannia Airways.
Boeing 707-355C of Britannia Airways.
Boeing 707-355C of Britannia Airways.

Southend Airport (Part 2)

Southend Airport (SEN/EGMC). London Southend Airport nowadays.

Aviation Traders ATL-98 Carvair

Big John, Porky Pete, Fat Annie, Big Joe, Big Bill, Fat Albert, Plain Jane, ...BAF's Carvairs of that era had their humoristic name written under the cabin window.
This one is Big Louie, registration G-ASDC, c/n 10273/7. Delivered to British United Air Ferries in January 1963, becoming British Air Ferries in 1967.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft (Civil Fixed-Wing).

Reg.G-ASDC Aviation Traders ATL-98 Carvair Big Louie of British Air Ferries.

Vickers 813 Viscount of BMA-British Midland Airways in the background.

Reg.G-ASDC Aviation Traders ATL-98 Carvair Big Louie of British Air Ferries.
Reg.G-ASDC Aviation Traders ATL-98 Carvair Big Louie of British Air Ferries.
Reg.G-ASDC Aviation Traders ATL-98 Carvair Big Louie of British Air Ferries.

In the background, tail fin of Canadair CL-44 from Transmeridian Air Cargo.

Reg.G-ASDC Aviation Traders ATL-98 Carvair Big Louie of British Air Ferries.

Aviation Traders ATL-98 Carvair

Some others.

Aviation Traders ATL-98 Carvair of British Air Ferries.
Aviation Traders ATL-98 Carvair of British Air Ferries.
Aviation Traders ATL-98 Carvair of British Air Ferries.

Douglas DC-4 to the right in the background.

Aviation Traders ATL-98 Carvair of British Air Ferries.

Douglas DC-6B

Red fin-white/red fuselage livery.

Douglas DC-6B of DAT-Delta Air Transport.

Douglas Dakota IV

G-AMPO, c/n 33185/16437. Ex RAF as KN566.It had many owners since the war: Starways Ltd, Eagles Aircraft Services, First Air Trading Co, Aviation Overhauls, Field Aircraft Sces, BAC, Macedonian Aviation, Humber Airways, McDonald Aviation, Intra Airways, Vistair Flight, Eastern Airways (Lease Air Ltd) (see below in Bristol Airport 1978 section), Air Atlantique Ltd, Aces High Ltd, and Atlantic Air Transport Ltd. Wfu in 2001, stored at Lyneham RAF base.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft (Civil Fixed-Wing).

Reg.G-AMPO Douglas Dakota IV of Macedonian Aviation.

Piper PA-28 Cherokee behind to the right.

Reg.G-AMPO Douglas Dakota IV of Macedonian Aviation.
Reg.G-AMPO Douglas Dakota IV of Macedonian Aviation.
Reg.G-AMPO Douglas Dakota IV of Macedonian Aviation.

Glasgow Prestwick Airport 1970s

Glasgow Prestwick Airport (PIK/EGPK.

Vickers 701 Viscount

Registration G-AMON, c/n 27.Same archive IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg.G-AMON Vickers 701 Viscount of British Airways.
Reg.G-AMON Vickers 701 Viscount of British Airways.

Vickers 701 Viscount

Registration G-AMOG, c/n 7. Built in 1952, delivered in January 1953 to British European Airways. Sold to Cambrian Airways in February 1963, as British Air Services in 1969 (see above in Cardiff Airport 1970s section).Became British Airways with the merge of the companies in April 1976. Wfu in 1976.
DC-8 of Seaboard World Airlines in the background (listed below).

Reg.G-AMOG Vickers 701 Viscount of British Airways.
Reg.G-AMOG Vickers 701 Viscount of British Airways.
Reg.G-AMOG Vickers 701 Viscount of British Airways.

To the left.

Reg.G-AMOG Vickers 701 Viscount of British Airways.

Douglas DC-8-63CF

Vickers 701 Viscount of British Airways in the foreground.

Douglas DC-8-63CF of Seaboard World Airlines.
Douglas DC-8-63CF of Seaboard World Airlines.

Lockheed C-141A Starlifter

An Air Canada's Douglas DC-8-61 to the right.

Lockheed C-141A Starlifter of the US Air Force.

Boeing 707-321C

Boeing 707-321 & Douglas DC-8-61

Boeing 707-321 of British Midland Airways and Douglas DC-8-61 of Air Canada.
Boeing 707-321 of British Midland Airways and Douglas DC-8-61 of Air Canada.

Boeing 707-396C

Boeing 707-396C of Wardair Canada.
Boeing 707-396C of Wardair Canada.
Boeing 707-396C of Wardair Canada.

Convair C-131 Samaritan

Convair C-131 Samaritan of the US Navy.

Dassault Falcon 20

Dassault Falcon 20 of the GLAM - Armée de l'Air.

Boeing 727-185C

Boeing 727-185C of Icelandair-Flugfélag Íslands.

Lockheed C-130 Hercules

Lockheed C-130 Hercules of the RCAF.
Lockheed C-130 Hercules of the RCAF.

London Gatwick Airport 1960s-1970s

London Gatwick Airport (LGW/EGKK).

Douglas DC-6B

Registration F-BHEF, c/n 44697. Delivered new to TAI in July 1955. Leased to SABENA in June 1958, went back to TAI three months later. New UTA's livery after the merge with UAT in october 1963. Leased to Air Afrique in 1964. Sold to French "Armée de l'air" in Decembre 1965. Sold to US company Lion Leasing Co in March 1978, and operated by Petroleum Air Transport, the DHL Island Airways in September 1979. Sold to Pacific Alaska Airlines in August 1980, then Jet Svcs in March 1986, Sundance Airlines in March 1987, ended its life with Alpes Aircraft Corp in July 1988. Scrapped.

Reg. F-BHEF Douglas DC-6B Super DC-6B of TAI-Transports Aériens Intercontinentaux.
Reg. F-BHEF Douglas DC-6B Super DC-6B of TAI-Transports Aériens Intercontinentaux.
Reg. F-BHEF Douglas DC-6B Super DC-6B of TAI-Transports Aériens Intercontinentaux.

Airspeed AS.57 Ambassador of Dan-Air London in the background (seen further).

Reg. F-BHEF Douglas DC-6B Super DC-6B of TAI-Transports Aériens Intercontinentaux.
Reg. F-BHEF Douglas DC-6B Super DC-6B of TAI-Transports Aériens Intercontinentaux.

Airspeed AS.57 Ambassador

Behind propeller of the Douglas DC-6B seen above.

Airspeed AS.57 Ambassador of Dan-Air London.
Airspeed AS.57 Ambassador of Dan-Air London.

Nord 2501 Noratlas

Nord 2501 Noratlas.

Bristol 170 Freighter Mk.31

To the left.

Bristol 170 Freighter Mk.31 of Dan-Air London.

Piper PA-22 Tri-Pacer

Behind propeller of the Douglas DC-6B seen above.

Piper PA-22 Tri-Pacer

BAC-111-501EX One-Eleven

Another BUA's BAC-111 in the foreground, and a De Havilland DH106 Comet 4B of Dan-Air London background.

BAC-111-501EX One-Eleven of BUA-British United Airways.

Vickers VC10 Srs.1103

Vickers VC10 Srs.1103 of BUA-British United Airways.

Bristol 175 Britannia 312

Bristol 175 Britannia 312 of Donaldson International Airways.
Bristol 175 Britannia 312 of Donaldson International Airways.
Bristol 175 Britannia 312 of Donaldson International Airways.

Canadair CL-44-6 Yukon

Canadair CL-44-6 Yukon of Royal Canadian Air Force.

Boeing 707-138B

Boeing 707-138B of Pacific Western Airlines.

Airspeed AS.57 Ambassador

Airspeed AS.57 Ambassador of Dan-Air London.

Convair 990A Coronado

Convair 990A of Spantax.

Bristol 175 Britannia 302

Registration G-ANCC, c/n 12919. Built in January under Bristol Aeroplane Company Ltd in January 1957. Purchased by Aeronaves de México in October 1957. Sold to Transglobe Airways in May 1966 and operated until 1970, then scrapped.

Reg.G-ANCC Bristol 175 Britannia 302 of Transglobe Airways.
Reg.G-ANCC Bristol 175 Britannia 302 of Transglobe Airways.
Reg.G-ANCC Bristol 175 Britannia 302 of Transglobe Airways.

Landing somewhere in Spain, maybe Majorque?

Reg.G-ANCC Bristol 175 Britannia 302 of Transglobe Airways.
Reg.G-ANCC Bristol 175 Britannia 302 of Transglobe Airways.
Reg.G-ANCC Bristol 175 Britannia 302 of Transglobe Airways.

Lockheed L-1649A Starliner

Lockheed L-1649A Starliner of Luxair.

Tupolev Tu-134

Tupolev Tu-134 of Balkan Bulgarian Airlines.

BAC-111-320AZ One-Eleven

De Havilland DH106 Comet 4B of BEA in the background.

BAC-111-320AZ One-Eleven of Laker Airways.

Ilyushin Il-18V

Ilyushin Il-18V of TAROM.

Boeing 707-138B

Boeing 707-138B of Laker Airways.
Boeing 707-138B of Laker Airways.

Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle VI-N

Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle VI-N of SAM-Società Aerea Mediterranea.
Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle VI-N of SAM-Società Aerea Mediterranea.

De Havilland DH106 Comet 4B

Registration G-ARCP, c/n 6451. Delivered new to BEA in July 1960. Transferred to BEA Airtours in May 1970 and operated until October 1973. Sold to Dan-Air as G-BBUV.

Reg.G-ARCP De Havilland DH106 Comet 4B of BEA Airtours.
Reg.G-ARCP De Havilland DH106 Comet 4B of BEA Airtours.
Reg.G-ARCP De Havilland DH106 Comet 4B of BEA Airtours.
Reg.G-ARCP De Havilland DH106 Comet 4B of BEA Airtours.

SAM's Caravelle VI-N tail fin through the cockpit.

Reg.G-ARCP De Havilland DH106 Comet 4B of BEA Airtours.

Southend Airport (Part 3)

Southend Airport (SEN/EGMC). London Southend Airport nowadays.

Douglas Dakota IV

Douglas Dakota IV of BKS Air Transport.
Douglas Dakota IV of BKS Air Transport.
Douglas Dakota IV of BKS Air Transport.

Avro 748 Srs.1/106

Registration G-ASPL, c/n 1560 built in February 1964. Operated by BKS Air Transport until 1967, then with Skyways Coach Air Ltd until 1971. Sold to International Skyways Ltd. Purchased by Dan-Air Services in 1972 than Dan-Air Skyways until 1977.

Reg.G-ASPL Avro 748 Srs.1/106 PROP-JET AVRO 748 of BKS Air Transport.
Reg.G-ASPL Avro 748 Srs.1/106 PROP-JET AVRO 748 of BKS Air Transport.
Reg.G-ASPL Avro 748 Srs.1/106 PROP-JET AVRO 748 of BKS Air Transport.
Reg.G-ASPL Avro 748 Srs.1/106 PROP-JET AVRO 748 of BKS Air Transport.

Bristol Airport 1978

Bristol (Lulsgate) Airport (BRS/EGGD).

Douglas Dakota IV

G-AMPO, c/n 33185/16437. Ex RAF as KN566.It had many owners since the war: Starways Ltd, Eagles Aircraft Services, First Air Trading Co, Aviation Overhauls, Field Aircraft Sces, BAC, Macedonian Aviation (see above in Southend Airport (Part 2) section), Humber Airways, McDonald Aviation, Intra Airways, Vistair Flight, Eastern Airways (Lease Air Ltd), Air Atlantique Ltd, Aces High Ltd, and Atlantic Air Transport Ltd.Wfu in 2001, stored at Lyneham RAF base.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft (Civil Fixed-Wing).

Reg.G-AMPO Douglas Dakota IV of Eastern Airways (Lease Air Ltd).
Reg.G-AMPO Douglas Dakota IV of Eastern Airways (Lease Air Ltd).
Reg.G-AMPO Douglas Dakota IV of Eastern Airways (Lease Air Ltd).
Reg.G-AMPO Douglas Dakota IV of Eastern Airways (Lease Air Ltd).
Reg.G-AMPO Douglas Dakota IV of Eastern Airways (Lease Air Ltd).

De Havilland DH104 Dove & Vickers Varsity T1

From the Dakota IV G-AMPO listed above, DH104 Dove to the left, followed to the right by a Vickers Varsity T1.

De Havilland DH104 Dove and Vickers Varsity T1 of the RAF.

Cessna 310J

Cessna 310J.

Jersey Airport 1978

Jersey Airport (JER/EGJJ)

Douglas Dakota IV

From G-AMPO cockpit (see above in Bristol Airport 1978 section), on approach to the main runway.

Reg.G-AMPO Douglas Dakota IV of Eastern Airways (Lease Air Ltd).
Reg.G-AMPO Douglas Dakota IV of Eastern Airways (Lease Air Ltd).

Hawker Siddeley HS.748 Srs.2/226

DAT-Delta Air Transport's Convair 440 Metropolitan in the far background (listed below).

Hawker Siddeley HS.748 Srs.2/226 of Dan-Air London.

Douglas DC-6B

DAT-Delta Air Transport's Convair 440 Metropolitan to the left.

Douglas DC-6B of DAT-Delta Air Transport.

Convair 440 Metropolitan

DAT-Delta Air Transport's Douglas DC-6B to the right.

Douglas DC-6B of DAT-Delta Air Transport.

DAT's DC-6B behind.

Douglas DC-6B of DAT-Delta Air Transport.

BAC-111-408EF One-Eleven

Intra Airways's Douglas C-47A Skytrain in the background.

BAC-111-408EF One-Eleven of British Airways.

Douglas C-47-DL Skytrain & Cessna 402

Registration F-BCYT, c/n 4398. This Douglas C-47 Skytrain is an ex USAAF 41-18360 serving in the North African and Italian campaigns. To F-BCYT with SGAC in April 1948, then Air France. Sold to Fret Air in 1969, then served Vargas Aviation from December 1970 until December 1975. Bought by M.Etienne Costa as Dakar-Yoff for use in Senegal, then sold to Uni-Air in 1978. Sold to Guinée-Bissau around 1979... we lose track after.
IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft (Civil Fixed-Wing).

Reg.F-BCYT Douglas C-47-DL Skytrain of Uni-Air and Cessna 402 to the right.

Douglas C-47 Skytrain & Vickers 813 Viscount

The Douglas C-47 Skytrain doesn't match exactly with F-BCYT listed above.

Douglas C-47 Skytrain and Vickers 813 Viscount of British Midland Airways.

Hawker Siddeley HS.748 Series 2A/264

Registration F-BSRA, c/n 1678. Ex Rousseau Aviation, that operated on lease for TAT-Touraine Air Transport in 1974, then integrated for a while TAT's fleet when the companies merged in 1976.

Reg.F-BSRA Hawker Siddeley HS.748 Series 2A/264 of TAT-Touraine Air Transport.

Douglas DC-3C-S1C3G

Registration G-AMHJ, c/n 13468. Delivered to Cyprus Airways in February 1951. Sold to Iraq Petroleum Company Ltd in June 1956, sold to Hunting-Clan Air Transport in April 1957, changed to Hunting-Clan Air Services in January 1958. Sold to British United Airways in May 1961, then to Morton Air Services in July 1963. Bought and operated by British Island Airways from September 1971 to March 1974. Sold to Macedonian Aviation Ltd in March 1974, then to Humber Airawys in December 1974. Went to Intra Airways in June 1975 until November January 1980. Sold to Field Aviation Ltd in January 1980, then to Air Atlantique in February 1982. Sold to Aces High Ltd in June 1987, then to Atlantique Air Transport in September 1987.
Note on the left background the BAC-111-408EF One-Eleven of British Airways already listed above.

Reg.G-AMHJ Douglas DC-3C-S1C3G of Intra Airways.
Reg.G-AMHJ Douglas DC-3C-S1C3G of Intra Airways.

Liverpool Airport 1960s

Liverpool Speke Airport (LPL/EGGP) - Liverpool John Lennon Airport nowadays.

Vickers 701 Viscount

Vickers 701 Viscount of Cambrian Airways.
Vickers 701 Viscount of Cambrian Airways.
Vickers 701 Viscount of Cambrian Airways.

Douglas R5D-1 Skymaster

Registration G-ASPN, c/n 10337.Ex US Navy R5D-1 Bu39175.She served British Eagle International Airlines from February 1964 until August 1967. Sold to Invicta Airways In August 1967 and operated until February 1969, then after a short while with British Midland Airways returned to the newly renamed Invicta International Airlines. Sold to South Africa in April 1972. Scrapped in Zaire in 1995.

Reg.G-ASPN Douglas R5D-1 Skymaster of British Eagle International Airlines.
Reg.G-ASPN Douglas R5D-1 Skymaster of British Eagle International Airlines.
Reg.G-ASPN Douglas R5D-1 Skymaster of British Eagle International Airlines.

Douglas C-54B Skymaster

Douglas C-54B Skymaster of British Eagle International Airlines.
Douglas C-54B Skymaster of British Eagle International Airlines.
Douglas C-54B Skymaster of British Eagle International Airlines.

Fokker F27-100 Friendship

Registration EI-AKD, c/n 10109. Nice first livery version.

Reg.EI-AKD Fokker F27-100 Friendship St Flannan/Flannan of Aer Lingus-Irish Airlines.
Reg.EI-AKD Fokker F27-100 Friendship St Flannan/Flannan of Aer Lingus-Irish Airlines.
Reg.EI-AKD Fokker F27-100 Friendship St Flannan/Flannan of Aer Lingus-Irish Airlines.
Reg.EI-AKD Fokker F27-100 Friendship St Flannan/Flannan of Aer Lingus-Irish Airlines.

Aviation Traders ATL-98 Carvair

Aviation Traders ATL-98 Carvair of Aer Lingus-Irish Airlines.
Aviation Traders ATL-98 Carvair of Aer Lingus-Irish Airlines.

Southend Airport (Part 4)

Southend Airport (SEN/EGMC).
London Southend Airport nowadays.

Handley Page HPR.7 Herald 214

Registration G-BEBB, c/n 186.

Reg.G-BEBB Handley Page HPR.7 Herald 214 of BAF-British Air Ferries.
Reg.G-BEBB Handley Page HPR.7 Herald 214 of BAF-British Air Ferries.
Reg.G-BEBB Handley Page HPR.7 Herald 214 of BAF-British Air Ferries.
Reg.G-BEBB Handley Page HPR.7 Herald 214 of BAF-British Air Ferries.
Reg.G-BEBB Handley Page HPR.7 Herald 214 of BAF-British Air Ferries.
Reg.G-BEBB Handley Page HPR.7 Herald 214 of BAF-British Air Ferries.

Douglas DC-4

Is it a DAT-Delta Air Transport's Douglas DC-4? ... not found.
Taking off G-BEBB Herald in the background.

Douglas DC-4.

The same in a snow tempest.

Douglas DC-4.

Handley Page HPR.7 Herald 202

Registration G-BCZG, c/n 159.

Reg.G-BCZG Handley Page HPR.7 Herald 202 of BAF-British Air Ferries.
Reg.G-BCZG Handley Page HPR.7 Herald 202 of BAF-British Air Ferries.
Reg.G-BCZG Handley Page HPR.7 Herald 202 of BAF-British Air Ferries.
Reg.G-BCZG Handley Page HPR.7 Herald 202 of BAF-British Air Ferries.
Reg.G-BCZG Handley Page HPR.7 Herald 202 of BAF-British Air Ferries.

Handley Page HPR.7 Herald

Registration G-***E.

Handley Page HPR.7 Herald of BAF-British Air Ferries.
Handley Page HPR.7 Herald of BAF-British Air Ferries.

Some others.

Handley Page HPR.7 Herald of BAF-British Air Ferries.
Handley Page HPR.7 Herald of BAF-British Air Ferries.

Aviation Traders ATL-98 Carvair

Aviation Traders ATL-98 Carvair of BAF-British Air Ferries.
Aviation Traders ATL-98 Carvair of BAF-British Air Ferries.
Aviation Traders ATL-98 Carvair of BAF-British Air Ferries.

Vickers 813 Viscount

Registration G-AZLR, c/n 347. Ex South African Airways delivered in 1958. Entered to service with British Midland Airways in January 1972. Wfu since May 1986 at British Aerospace plant.

Reg.G-AZLR Vickers 813 Viscount of British Midland Airways.
Reg.G-AZLR Vickers 813 Viscount of British Midland Airways.
Reg.G-AZLR Vickers 813 Viscount of British Midland Airways.
Reg.G-AZLR Vickers 813 Viscount of British Midland Airways.

Lydd Airport 1970s

Lydd Ferryfield (LYX/EGMD).
London Ashford Airport nowadays.

Beagle B.121 Pup Series 2 & Vickers 807 Viscount

Registration G-AXNN, c/n B121-104.
Registration G-CSZB, c/n 248. Entered Bristish Register in May 1978 with Southern International Air Transport Ltd. Sold to Dan-Air London in January 1979, returned Southern International Air Transport Ltd in March 1980. Sold to Philstone International Ltd in May 1980, then to BAF in November 1983, Euro Air Transport in December 1984, back to BAF in May 1985.

Reg.G-AXNN Beagle B.121 Pup Series 2 and Reg.G-CSZB Vickers 807 Viscount of Dan-Air London.
Reg.G-AXNN Beagle B.121 Pup Series 2 and Reg.G-CSZB Vickers 807 Viscount of Dan-Air London.
Reg.G-AXNN Beagle B.121 Pup Series 2 and Reg.G-CSZB Vickers 807 Viscount of Dan-Air London.

Reims Cessna F150

Either G-BDOU, c/n 150-072 firstly registered in January 1976 for Nothair Aviation Ltd, or G-BDUO, c/n 150-1304 firstly registered in March 1976 for Fairoaks Aviation Services Ltd.

Reims Cessna F150

Piper PA-34-200 Seneca

Registration G-BAKD, c/n 34-7350013. Firstly delivered to Express Avition Services Ltd in November 1972.

Reg.G-BAKD Piper PA-34-200 Seneca of NIC Instruments Ltd.

London Gatwick Airport 1970s

London Gatwick Airport (LGW/EGKK).

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30

1 - McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of British Caledonian Airways.
2 - BAC 111-501EX One-Eleven of British Caledonian Airways.
3 - Lockheed L-1011-385-1-15 TriStar 200 of Delta Air Lines.
4 - BAC 111-501EX One-Eleven of British Caledonian Airways.

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of British Caledonian Airways.

1 - McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of British Caledonian Airways.
2 - Boeing 707-365C of British Caledonian Airways.
3 - Boeing 707-321B of PAN AM-Pan American World Airways.
4 - Boeing 707-365C of British Caledonian Airways.

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of British Caledonian Airways.

BAC 111-501EX One-Eleven

1 - BAC 111-501EX One-Eleven of British Caledonian Airways.
2 - Boeing 707-365C of British Caledonian Airways.
3 - Boeing 707-321B of PAN AM-Pan American World Airways.

BAC 111-501EX One-Eleven of British Caledonian Airways.

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30

1 - Boeing 747-230B of Braniff International Airways.
2 - McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of Wardair Canada.
3 - BAC 111 One-Eleven from an unidentified company, maybe BIA-British Island Airways.
4 - Boeing 727 of Dan-Air London.
5 - De Havilland DH106 Comet of Dan-Air London.

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of Wardair Canada.

BAC 111-432FD One-Eleven

Already listed above, the Boeing 747 of Braniff in the background.

BAC 111-432FD One-Eleven of BIA-British Island Airways.

Boeing 707-436 & McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10

Foreground, registration G-APFL, c/n 17713, non standard livery. Delivered new to B.O.A.C in August 1959. Transfered to BOAC-Cunard from August 1962 until March 1967 then return as BOAC. Sold to BEA Airtours in December 1972, changed to British Airtours unti April 1980. Sold to C.G.H. Management Ltd in 1981, then abroad. Scrapped in Entebbe, Uganda.
Douglas DC-8 to the right.

Reg.G-APFL Boeing 707-436 of British Airtours and McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10 Skytrain of Laker Airways.
Reg.G-APFL Boeing 707-436 of British Airtours and McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10 Skytrain of Laker Airways.

Fokker F27-200 Friendship

1 - Fokker F27-200 Friendship of TAT-Touraine Air Transport.
2 - Boeing 707 from an unidentified Cargo company.
3 - Handley Page HPR.7 Herald of BIA-British Island Airways in early seventies Red tail fin livery.
4 - Handley Page HPR.7 Herald of BIA-British Island Airways in late seventies Leaning black BIA on white tail fin livery.
5 - Boeing 707-436 of British Airtours .

Fokker F27-200 Friendship of TAT-Touraine Air Transport.

De Havilland DH106 Comet of Dan-Air London.

Fokker F27-200 Friendship of TAT-Touraine Air Transport.

Seen later in the sequence.

Fokker F27-200 Friendship of TAT-Touraine Air Transport.

Boeing 707-436

1 - Boeing 707-436 of British Airtours .
2 - Handley Page HPR.7 Herald of BIA-British Island Airways.
3 - Handley Page HPR.7 Herald of BIA-British Island Airways.
4 - Fokker F27-200 Friendship of TAT-Touraine Air Transport.
5 - De Havilland DH106 Comet of Dan-Air London.
6 - Unidentified light aircraft

Boeing 707-436 of British Airtours.

BAC 111-401AK One-Eleven

BAC 111-401AK One-Eleven of Dan-Air London.

Tupolev Tu-154B-1

Registration LZ-BTP, c/n 78A278.

Tupolev Tu-154B-1 of Balkan Bulgarian Airlines.
Tupolev Tu-154B-1 of Balkan Bulgarian Airlines.
Tupolev Tu-154B-1 of Balkan Bulgarian Airlines.

Boeing 747-217B

Boeing 747-217B of CP-Air.

Convair 990A Coronado

Convair 990A of Spantax.

Boeing 707-436

Still wearing the cheatline of Air Mauritius from a former lease.

Boeing 707-436 of British Airtours.
Boeing 707-436 of British Airtours.

Boeing 707-338C

Boeing 707-338C of British Caledonian Airways.
Boeing 707-338C of British Caledonian Airways.

Boeing 747-230B

Boeing 747-230B of Braniff International Airways.
Boeing 747-230B of Braniff International Airways.
Boeing 747-230B of Braniff International Airways.

Boeing 707-321B

Douglas DC-8 to the right.

Handley Page HPR.7 Herald

1 - Handley Page HPR.7 Herald of BIA-British Island Airways in late seventies Leaning black BIA on white tail fin livery.
2 - Boeing 727 of Dan-Air London.
3 - BAC 111 One-Eleven .
4 - Boeing 707 from an unidentified Cargo company.
5 - Boeing 707 from Tradewinds Airlines.
6 - Handley Page HPR.7 Herald of [[Category: British Island Airways|BIA-British

Handley Page HPR.7 Herald of BIA-British Island Airways.
Handley Page HPR.7 Herald of BIA-British Island Airways.

Boeing 727-46

1 - Boeing 727-46 of Dan-Air London .
2 - Handley Page HPR.7 Herald of BIA-British Island Airways.
3 - Unidentified light aircraft.
4 - Grumman G-1159 Gulfstream II.
5 - Unidentified light aircraft.

Boeing 727-46 of Dan-Air London.

Boeing 737-205

1 - Boeing 737-205 of Braathens.
2 - Handley Page HPR.7 Herald of BIA-British Island Airways.
3 - Boeing 707 from an unidentified Cargo company.
4 - Boeing 707 from Tradewinds Airlines.
5 - De Havilland DH106 Comet of Dan-Air London.
6 - Embraer EMB 110P2 Bandeirante of Brit Air.
7 - Handley Page HPR.7 Herald of BIA-British Island Airways.
8 - Handley Page HPR.7 Herald of BIA-British Island Airways.

Boeing 737-205 of Braathens.
Boeing 737-205 of Braathens.
Boeing 737-205 of Braathens.

Dublin Airport (Part 2)

Dublin Airport (DUB/EIDW). Aerfort Bhaile Átha Cliath.

Canadair CL-44J

Registration EI-BRP, c/n 35.
Noses of Aer Lingus's Boeing 737 of and a Douglas DC-8 of Aer Turas - Ireland (listed below).

Reg.EI-BRP Canadair CL-44J of Aer Turas - Ireland.

Another one in the background behind a Boeing 737 of Aer Lingus and a Douglas DC-8 of Aer Turas - Ireland.
Must be the second Canadair CL-44J of the company, registration EI-BGO, c/n 9. Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft (Civil Fixed-Wing).

Reg.EI-BGO Canadair CL-44J City of Dublin of Aer Turas - Ireland.

Douglas DC-8-63(F)

Registration EI-BNA, c/n 45989. Ex Flying Tiger Line's N779FT, sold to Cargolux as LX-ACV in 6.76 and passed to the Irish cargo hauler in 10.82 on lease, gaining the new registration when bought six months later. Leased to Saudia in 9.90 and still derelict at Marana in their basic old colours.
Aer Lingus's Boeing 737-248 in the background.

Reg.EI-BNA Douglas DC-8-63(F) of Aer Turas - Ireland.
Reg.EI-BNA Douglas DC-8-63(F) of Aer Turas - Ireland.
Reg.EI-BNA Douglas DC-8-63(F) of Aer Turas - Ireland.
Reg.EI-BNA Douglas DC-8-63(F) of Aer Turas - Ireland.

British Aerospace BAe 146-100

Registration G-BKMN, c/n E1006.Also seen further in Shannon Airport (Part 2) section
Aer Lingus's Boeing 747-148 in the background.

Reg.G-BKMN British Aerospace BAe 146-100 of Dan-Air London .

Aer Lingus's Boeing 737-248 in the background.

Reg.G-BKMN British Aerospace BAe 146-100 of Dan-Air London .
Reg.G-BKMN British Aerospace BAe 146-100 of Dan-Air London .
Reg.G-BKMN British Aerospace BAe 146-100 of Dan-Air London .

Boeing 737-248

Aer Lingus's Boeing 747-148 and Boeing 737-248 in the background. Short 330 of Aer Lingus in the foreground.

Boeing 737-248 of Aer Lingus .

BAC 111-208AL One-Eleven

Nice batch.

BAC 111-208AL One-Eleven of Aer Lingus.

Registration EI-ANG, c/n 051.

Reg.EI-ANG BAC 111-208AL One-Eleven St.Declan of Aer Lingus.
Reg.EI-ANG BAC 111-208AL One-Eleven St.Declan of Aer Lingus.
Reg.EI-ANG BAC 111-208AL One-Eleven St.Declan of Aer Lingus.
Reg.EI-ANG BAC 111-208AL One-Eleven St.Declan of Aer Lingus.

BAC 111-208AL One-Eleven

Registration EI-ANH, c/n 052.

Reg.EI-ANH BAC 111-208AL One-Eleven St.Ronan of Aer Lingus.
Reg.EI-ANH BAC 111-208AL One-Eleven St.Ronan of Aer Lingus.

Avro 748 Srs.1/106

Registration EI-BSE, c/n 1549.

Reg.EI-BSE Avro 748 Srs.1/106 of Ryanair.
Reg.EI-BSE Avro 748 Srs.1/106 of Ryanair.

Aer Lingus's Boeing 747-148 and Boeing 737-248 in the background.

Reg.EI-BSE Avro 748 Srs.1/106 of Ryanair.
Reg.EI-BSE Avro 748 Srs.1/106 of Ryanair.

Shannon Airport (Part 2)

Shannon Airport (SNN/EINN) Aerfort na Sionainne.

Boeing 707-348C

Boeing 707-348C of Aer Lingus.

Boeing 727-46

Boeing 727-46 of Dan-Air London.

Boeing 747-130

Registration EI-BED, c/n 19748.

Reg.EI-BED Boeing 747-130 Ciaran of Aer Lingus.
Reg.EI-BED Boeing 747-130 Ciaran of Aer Lingus.

Ilyushin Il-86

Registration CCCP-86054, c/n 21.
Untitled Boeing 707 in the background, maybe from some Travel Club company.

Reg.CCCP-86054 Ilyushin Il-86 of Aeroflot.

Scrapped untitled Convertible or Cargo Boeing 707 to the right.

Reg.CCCP-86054 Ilyushin Il-86 of Aeroflot.
Reg.CCCP-86054 Ilyushin Il-86 of Aeroflot.
Reg.CCCP-86054 Ilyushin Il-86 of Aeroflot.
Reg.CCCP-86054 Ilyushin Il-86 of Aeroflot.
Reg.CCCP-86054 Ilyushin Il-86 of Aeroflot.

Boeing 747-148

Registration EI-ASJ, c/n 19745.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft (Civil Fixed-Wing).

Reg.EI-ASJ Boeing 747-130 St.Patrick of Aer Lingus.
Reg.EI-ASJ Boeing 747-130 St.Patrick of Aer Lingus.
Reg.EI-ASJ Boeing 747-130 St.Patrick of Aer Lingus.
Reg.EI-ASJ Boeing 747-130 St.Patrick of Aer Lingus.
Reg.EI-ASJ Boeing 747-130 St.Patrick of Aer Lingus.
Reg.EI-ASJ Boeing 747-130 St.Patrick of Aer Lingus.

Boeing 737-248

Registration EI-ASH, c/n 20223.
Socata MS.800 Rallye in the foreground to the right.

Reg.EI-ASH Boeing 737-248 St.Eugene of Aer Lingus .
Reg.EI-ASH Boeing 737-248 St.Eugene of Aer Lingus .
Reg.EI-ASH Boeing 737-248 St.Eugene of Aer Lingus .

Douglas DC-8-63(F) of Aer Turas - Ireland in far background.

Reg.EI-ASH Boeing 737-248 St.Eugene of Aer Lingus .
Reg.EI-ASH Boeing 737-248 St.Eugene of Aer Lingus .

BAC 111-539GL One-Eleven

Registration G-BGKE, c/n 263. Delivered in January 1980 to British Airways. Sold to GEC Marconi Avionics Ltd in June 1991. Sold abroad in March 1994.

Reg.G-BGKE BAC 111-501EX One-Eleven of British Airways.
Reg.G-BGKE BAC 111-501EX One-Eleven of British Airways.

BAC 111-208AL One-Eleven

Registration EI-ANF, c/n 050.

Reg.EI-ANF BAC 111-208AL One-Eleven St.Malachy of Aer Lingus.
Reg.EI-ANF BAC 111-208AL One-Eleven St.Malachy of Aer Lingus.

Short 360-200

Registration EI-BSP, c/n SH3689.
Ryanair's BAC 111 One-Eleven in the foreground.

EI-BSP Short 360-200 St.Senan of Aer Lingus Commuter .
EI-BSP Short 360-200 St.Senan of Aer Lingus Commuter .
EI-BSP Short 360-200 St.Senan of Aer Lingus Commuter .
EI-BSP Short 360-200 St.Senan of Aer Lingus Commuter .
EI-BSP Short 360-200 St.Senan of Aer Lingus Commuter .

British Aerospace BAe 146-100

Registration G-BKMN, c/n E1006.Also seen in earlier Dublin Airport (Part 2) section

Reg.G-BKMN British Aerospace BAe 146-100 of Dan-Air London .

Aer Lingus's Boeing 737-248 in the background.

Reg.G-BKMN British Aerospace BAe 146-100 of Dan-Air London .
Reg.G-BKMN British Aerospace BAe 146-100 of Dan-Air London .

BAC 111-509EW One-Eleven

BAC 111-509EW One-Eleven of Ryanair.
BAC 111-509EW One-Eleven of Ryanair.

Swearingen SA-226TC Metro II

Registration EI-BRI, c/n TC-386. Delivered to the US register as N10117 in Mar81 and leased to Aero-ejecutivos Colombia as HK-2561X in Apr81. Returned as N10117 Aug84 and leased to Crown Air in Oct84. Leased to Shannon Executive Jun85 and reregistered to EI-BRI 18Oct85. Returned to Air Group International 17Nov86 and reregistered N32AG 13Jul87. To Aero Sudpacifico Dec90. WFU and registration cancelled 15Jul13 as broken up.

Reg.EI-BRI Swearingen SA-226TC Metro II
Reg.EI-BRI Swearingen SA-226TC Metro II

Short 330-100

Registration G-BITV, c/n SH3068. Delivered to Alidair Ltd in June 1981. Sold to Air Ecosse in February 1984. Sent back to Short Brothers in February 1985. Sold to Fairflight in April 1985 then sold to Connectair Ltd in December 1986. Return to Short Brothers in January 1989 until July 1990 as G-OGIL, then sold to Gill Aviation Ltd. Wfu in November 1992.

Short 330-100 of Fairflight Ltd.


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