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<b> Documentary (2010)</b><br>
 
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Gatwick Airport - From the 1960s to the 1980s DVD Cover .

Documentary (2010)

Starring:
Howard Asbridge (Narrator)

This DVD recreates the sights and sounds of Gatwick from as far back as 1959, right up to the late eighties. Using the same high-quality techniques and painstaking attention to detail as we did for our London Airport DVDs; ancient cine film, some more than 50 years old, has been digitally transformed to take you back in time.

Because it was used for charter flights to London, Gatwick always had such a variety of interesting airlines and aircraft. We start with the very early days, as an Air Links Dakota departs from an almost deserted apron. Then the big props arrive; DC6s, Britannias, Viscounts and CL44s. There’s also a delightful Canadian Air Force Bristol Freighter, a Balair DC4 and one of Caledonian’s first DC7Cs.

Soon, the whine of early jets is heard, as the BAC 1-11 era begins. Adding to the din are 707s and DC8s from the USA and Canada, Spanish DC9s, the legendary Dan Air Comet 4s and lots more.

Gradually, the wide-bodied era starts, with early 747s, including a ‘Big Orange’ from Braniff, appearing alongside DC10s and Tristars, featuring airlines like CP Air, Wardair, Air Florida, BCAL, Cal Air, World Airlines, TWA and British Airtours.

Gatwick in its heyday was always a favourite place for airliner enthusiasts. Now you can step back in time and visit it once more!


Also from this series:
Avion Video Series

Contents

Intro

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30

The 1984 Control Tower of London Gatwick Airport (LGW/EGKK) in the background.

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of Northwest Airlines.
McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of Northwest Airlines.

Various aircraft

The scene is rather late 1990's than 80's.
1 - Lockheed L-1011-385-1 TriStar 1 of Air Atlanta Icelandic.
2 - Boeing 737 Classic in unknown livery.
3 - Unidentified Aircraft.
4 - Boeing 777-236/ER registration G-VIIK, c/n 28840 from British Airways in Animals and trees - World Art tails livery.]]

British Aerospace BAe 146-200

Another one to the right of Atlantic Airways from Faroe Islands, and McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of American Airlines to the left.

British Aerospace BAe 146-200 of Jersey European Airways.

The 1960s

Bristol 175 Britannia C.1

Registration XL639, c/n 13448. Built in 1959, written off in 1980. Same aircraft in other works at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft (Military Fixed-Wing).

Reg. XL639 Bristol 175 Britannia C.1 Atria of the Royal Air Force Transport Command.
Reg. XL639 Bristol 175 Britannia C.1 Atria of the Royal Air Force Transport Command.
Reg. XL639 Bristol 175 Britannia C.1 Atria of the Royal Air Force Transport Command.

Douglas Dakota IV

Wearing an ex Aer Lingus livery.
In the background, a Vickers 833 Viscount of British United Airways, and an unidentified De Havilland DH114 Heron.

Douglas Dakota IV of Air Links.
Douglas Dakota IV of Air Links.
Douglas Dakota IV of Air Links.
Douglas Dakota IV of Air Links.
Douglas Dakota IV of Air Links.
Douglas Dakota IV of Air Links.

Douglas Dakota III

Registration G-AMKE, c/n 25928. Ex RAF, first civilian use with British European Airways from June 1951 to April 1961, then sold to Air Links for service from July 1961 to August 1962. Sold to Salisbury, Rhodesia.

Reg.G-AMKE Douglas Dakota III of Air Links.
Reg.G-AMKE Douglas Dakota III of Air Links.
Reg.G-AMKE Douglas Dakota III of Air Links.
Reg.G-AMKE Douglas Dakota III of Air Links.
Reg.G-AMKE Douglas Dakota III of Air Links.

Douglas DC-7C Seven Seas

Douglas DC-7C Seven Seas of Caledonian Airways.

Lockheed L-1049H Super Constellation of Capitol Airways behind to the right. Listed below.

Douglas DC-7C Seven Seas of Caledonian Airways.

Douglas DC-6B

Lockheed L-1049H Super Constellation

DC-7 of Caledonian already seen above on the left foreground.

Lockheed L-1049H Super Constellation of Capitol Airways.

Douglas DC-6B

Registration F-BIAM, c/n 44062.

Reg.F-BIAM Douglas DC-6B of UAT-Union Aéromaritime de Transport.
Reg.F-BIAM Douglas DC-6B of UAT-Union Aéromaritime de Transport.

Douglas DC-6B

Registration F-BHEF, c/n 44697.

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

To the left background, an Intercontinental Lockheed L-1049H Super Constellation .

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

Handley Page HP.81 Hermes 4

Registration G-ALDG, c/n 8. This fuselage is the only surviving remnant of the 25 Hermes 4’s built. Delivered in 1950, Horsa operated with BOAC, Airwork and Silver City until 1962, when she was retired to BUA-British United Airways for cabin training, and was later used for smoke evacuation training at London Gatwick Airport (LGW/EGKK). The fuselage arrived at Duxford in 1981 and has been gradually restored.

Handley Page H.P.81 Hermes 4 of BUA-British United Airways.
Handley Page H.P.81 Hermes 4 of BUA-British United Airways.
Handley Page H.P.81 Hermes 4 of BUA-British United Airways.
Handley Page H.P.81 Hermes 4 of BUA-British United Airways.

Douglas C-54A Skymaster

Douglas C-54A Skymaster of Balair.
Douglas C-54A Skymaster of Balair.
Douglas C-54A Skymaster of Balair.
Douglas C-54A Skymaster of Balair.
Douglas C-54A Skymaster of Balair.

Bristol 170 Freighter Mk.31M

Bristol 170 Freighter Mk.31M of the RCAF.
Bristol 170 Freighter Mk.31M of the RCAF.
Bristol 170 Freighter Mk.31M of the RCAF.
Bristol 170 Freighter Mk.31M of the RCAF.

Bristol 175 Britannia 102

Registration G-ANBA, c/n 12902. Built in January 1954, remained under Bristol Aeroplane Company Ltd, then Bristol Aircraft Ltd ownership until August 1957, then delivered to B.O.A.C. Operated until March 1970, on lease under Britannia Airways colours in the mid 1960's.

Reg.G-ANBA Bristol 175 Britannia 102 of Britannia Airways.
Reg.G-ANBA Bristol 175 Britannia 102 of Britannia Airways.
Reg.G-ANBA Bristol 175 Britannia 102 of Britannia Airways.
Reg.G-ANBA Bristol 175 Britannia 102 of Britannia Airways.
Reg.G-ANBA Bristol 175 Britannia 102 of Britannia Airways.
Reg.G-ANBA Bristol 175 Britannia 102 of Britannia Airways.

McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32

Registration EC-BIO, c/n 47090.

Reg.EC-BIO McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32 Villa de Bilbao of IBERIA-Lineas Aereas Españolas.

BUA's BAC-111 One-Eleven in the background left.

Reg.EC-BIO McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32 Villa de Bilbao of IBERIA-Lineas Aereas Españolas.
Reg.EC-BIO McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32 Villa de Bilbao of IBERIA-Lineas Aereas Españolas.
Reg.EC-BIO McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32 Villa de Bilbao of IBERIA-Lineas Aereas Españolas.
Reg.EC-BIO McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32 Villa de Bilbao of IBERIA-Lineas Aereas Españolas.

Bristol 175 Britannia 314

Registration G-ATMA, c/n 13428. Delivered to Caledonian Airways on December 1965 and operated until October 1969. Sold to Kenya in April 1971, then returned back to the UK with International Aviation Services Ltd in May 1972. Permanent withdrawn from use in June 1973.

Reg.G-ATMA Bristol 175 Britannia 314 of Caledonian Airways.
Reg.G-ATMA Bristol 175 Britannia 314 of Caledonian Airways.

Britannia's Bristol 175 Britannia 102 in the background.

Reg.G-ATMA Bristol 175 Britannia 314 of Caledonian Airways.

To the right Britannia already mentionned above, and BUA's BAC-111 One-Eleven to the left.

Reg.G-ATMA Bristol 175 Britannia 314 of Caledonian Airways.

BUA's BAC-111-201AC One-Eleven behind, and another Caledonian's Bristol Britannia in the far background.

Reg.G-ATMA Bristol 175 Britannia 314 of Caledonian Airways.

BAC-111-201AC One-Eleven

Registration G-ASJA, c/n 005. The first production of BAC-111. Previous identities include G-ASJA with BUA and XB-MUO with the Fuerza Aerea Mexicana (Government VIP transport). Later was owned by Kenny Rogers as N3756F and N97KR. B/U July 1989.

Reg.G-ASJA BAC-111-201AC One-Eleven of BUA-British United Airways.

Bristol Britannia to the right background.

Reg.G-ASJA BAC-111-201AC One-Eleven of BUA-British United Airways.

De Havilland DH106 Comet 4C of Dan-Air London in the background.

Reg.G-ASJA BAC-111-201AC One-Eleven of BUA-British United Airways.
Reg.G-ASJA BAC-111-201AC One-Eleven of BUA-British United Airways.
Reg.G-ASJA BAC-111-201AC One-Eleven of BUA-British United Airways.
Reg.G-ASJA BAC-111-201AC One-Eleven of BUA-British United Airways.

De Havilland DH106 Comet 4C

Already seen above.
Registration G-APDL, c/n 06413. Delivered to B.O.A.C in May 1957. Sent to Kenya in 1965, returned to the UK in 1967 for B.O.A.C then sold to Dan-Air London in 1971.
A BAC-111-509EW One-Eleven of Caledonian Airways is taxiing behind it (listed below), with another Caledonian Airways airplane in the background that seems to be a Boeing 707, and at least a BAC-111 One-Eleven in in the far background to the right.

Reg.G-APDL De Havilland DH106 Comet 4C of Dan-Air London.

BAC-111-509EW One-Eleven

Registration G-AWWY, c/n 185.
G-APDL Comet 4C to the right and a Douglas DC-6 or DC-7 in the far background.

Reg.G-AWWY BAC-111-509EW One-Eleven Isle of Iona of Caledonian Airways.

BUA's BAC-111-201AC One-Eleven and tail fin of a Britannia Airways's Bristol Britannia in the background.

Reg.G-AWWY BAC-111-509EW One-Eleven Isle of Iona of Caledonian Airways.
Reg.G-AWWY BAC-111-509EW One-Eleven Isle of Iona of Caledonian Airways.
Reg.G-AWWY BAC-111-509EW One-Eleven Isle of Iona of Caledonian Airways.
Reg.G-AWWY BAC-111-509EW One-Eleven Isle of Iona of Caledonian Airways.
Reg.G-AWWY BAC-111-509EW One-Eleven Isle of Iona of Caledonian Airways.

BAC-111-201AC One-Eleven

BAC-111-201AC One-Eleven of BUA-British United Airways.

Another one on final approach to the runway.

BAC-111-201AC One-Eleven of BUA-British United Airways.
BAC-111-201AC One-Eleven of BUA-British United Airways.
BAC-111-201AC One-Eleven of BUA-British United Airways.

BAC-111-201AC One-Eleven

Registration G-ASJF, c/n 010. Delivered in June 1963. Changed to CALEDONIAN/BUA in November 1970, then as British Caledonian Airways in late 1972. Sold to USA in 1982.
Another one G-ASJ_ in the foreground.

Reg.G-ASJF BAC-111-201AC One-Eleven of BUA-British United Airways.
Reg.G-ASJF BAC-111-201AC One-Eleven of BUA-British United Airways.

Another one G-ASJ_ in the background.

Reg.G-ASJF BAC-111-201AC One-Eleven of BUA-British United Airways.
Reg.G-ASJF BAC-111-201AC One-Eleven of BUA-British United Airways.

BAC 111-301AG One-Eleven

In the background, a BAC-111-509EW One-Eleven of Caledonian Airways.

BAC 111-301AG One-Eleven of Laker Airways.
BAC 111-301AG One-Eleven of Laker Airways.

BAC-111-201AC One-Eleven

Registration G-ASJH, c/n 012. Delivered in June 1963. Changed to CALEDONIAN/BUA in November 1970, then as British Caledonian Airways in late 1972. Sold to Pacific Express as N105EX in March 1982. Re-registred EI-BWL in 1984 and operated by Braniff Inc. until the late 1980. Then sold to British Air Ferries in 1990, renamed British World Airlines in 1993. Wfu at Southend in 1994.

Reg.G-ASJH BAC-111-201AC One-Eleven of BUA-British United Airways.
BAC-111-201AC One-Eleven of BUA-British United Airways.

Boeing 707-349C

Three Dan-Air's Comet 4 in the background.

Boeing 707-349C of Caledonian Airways.
Boeing 707-349C of Caledonian Airways.

Tupolev Tu-134A & Bristol 175 Britannia C.1

Tupolev Tu-134A of Aviogenex and Bristol 175 Britannia C.1 of the Royal Air Force Transport Command.

Douglas DC-8-63

Douglas DC-8-63 of Capitol Airways.

Vickers VC10 Srs.1103

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

Douglas C-53D Skytrooper

Registration G-AOBN, c/n 11711. Delivered to USAAF in May 1953. Bought by AB Aerotransport in 1945, then became SAS until 1951, when she was sold to French airline Cie Aérienne de Transport Indochinoise (CATI), renamed Air Outre Mer in 1953. In 1955 the plane was sold to the Britih company Air Kruise as G-AOBN. When Air Kruise was merged into Silver City Airways in October 1957, the plane adopted the colour of this company. In 1960, she was converted into a Radio Calibration Aircraft. In 1962,Silver City Airways merged into British United Airways and our C-53D wore British United livery with Radio Calibration Unit titles. In November 1968 she became part of British United Island Airways (BUIA) with specific colour of Calibration Unit. In July 1970 G-AOBN was transferred to BIA, sold to Air Anglia in 1971, then Air Freight Ltd, Skyways Cargo. Ended her time in Ethiopia in 1977.
Same aircraft in other works at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft (Civil Fixed-Wing).

Reg. G-AOBN Douglas C-53D Skytrooper of British United Island Airways - Calibration Unit.

Ilyushin Il-18V

Ilyushin Il-18V of TAROM.

Douglas DC-6B

A Vickers Viscount of Invicta International Airlines in the background (listed further).

Bristol 175 Britannia 314

Bristol 175 Britannia 314 of Transglobe Airways.

Vickers 755D Viscount

1 - Vickers 755D Viscount of Invicta International Airlines.
2 - Airspeed AS.57 Ambassador 2 of DECCA Navigator. Registration G-AZLP, c/n 5213. Delivered to BEA in 12.51. Acquired by Decca Navigator in 11.63 after serving the King of Morocco as CN-MAK, she was sold to South Seas Airways in 11.71.
3 - Bristol 175 Britannia 314 of Transglobe Airways.
4 - Bristol 175 Britannia with unidentified livery.

Vickers 755D Viscount of Invicta International Airlines.
Vickers 755D Viscount of Invicta International Airlines.

Bristol 175 Britannia 314

Bristol 175 Britannia 314 of Caledonian Airways.

Various aircraft

1 - De Havilland DH104 Dove .
2 - Beechcraft 65-B80 Queen Air.

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1 - Beechcraft 65-B80 Queen Air.
2 - Beechcraft 18 .

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1 - Cessna 150 .
2 - Piper PA-24 Comanche.
3 - Piper PA-23-250 Aztec E.

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1 - Piper PA-24 Comanche.
2 - Piper PA-23-250 Aztec E.
3 - Beechcraft 65-B80 Queen Air.
4 - Beagle B.206 .

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1 - Beechcraft 65-B80 Queen Air.
2 - Beagle B.206 .
3 - Cessna 172 Skyhawk.
4 - Piper PA-30B Twin Comanche.
5 - Beechcraft C55 Baron.

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Beechcraft 65-B80 Queen Air

An unidentified black/orange light aircraft on the right of her.

Beechcraft 65-B80 Queen Air.

Beechcraft 65 Queen Air

On the right.

Beechcraft 65 Queen Air.

Learjet 25

Registration N914SB.
Aero Commander 500 in the background left, and Cessna 172 Skyhawk to the right.

Reg.N914SB Learjet 25.
Reg.N914SB Learjet 25.
Reg.N914SB Learjet 25.

Boeing 707-373C

Bristol 175 Britannia 312 of Donaldson International Airways behind in the background.

Boeing 707-373C of World Airways.

Douglas DC-6B

Douglas DC-6B of Sterling Airways.

De Havilland DH106 Comet 4C

Behind her a Boeing 707 of Caledonian Airways followed by Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle III of Finnair.

De Havilland DH106 Comet 4C of Dan-Air London.
De Havilland DH106 Comet 4C of Dan-Air London.
De Havilland DH106 Comet 4C of Dan-Air London.
De Havilland DH106 Comet 4C of Dan-Air London.
De Havilland DH106 Comet 4C of Dan-Air London.

Boeing 737-204

Registration G-AWSY, c/n 20236. Delivered in November 1968. Wfu December 1993.

Reg.G-AWSY Boeing 707-204 of Britannia Airways.
Reg.G-AWSY Boeing 707-204 of Britannia Airways.
Reg.G-AWSY Boeing 707-204 of Britannia Airways.

Boeing 707-373C from World Airways already listed above to the right.

Reg.G-AWSY Boeing 707-204 of Britannia Airways.

Vickers 833 Viscount

Registration G-APTD, c/n 426. Delivered new to Hunting Clan in July 1959. Operated by BUA-British United Airways from July 1960 until 1969. Sold to Israël in 1970.

Reg.G-APTD Vickers 833 Viscount of BUA-British United Airways.

BAC-111-201AC One-Eleven

BAC-111-201AC One-Eleven of BUA-British United Airways.
BAC-111-201AC One-Eleven of BUA-British United Airways.

Douglas DC-6B

Charter subsidiary of UTA at the time, reactivated after merge of UAT with TAI in 1963.

Douglas DC-6B of Aéromaritime.
Douglas DC-6B of Aéromaritime.
Douglas DC-6B of Aéromaritime.

Boeing 707-138B

Boeing 707-138B of Pacific Western Airlines.
Boeing 707-138B of Pacific Western Airlines.

BAC 111-320AZ One-Eleven

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

Registration G-AVYZ, c/n 133. Delivered to Laker Airways on November 1967. Sold to British Caldeonian Airways as G-BKAX in April 1982 and operated until September 1983, then bought by OBS Limited for sale to Nigeria.

Reg.G-BKAX BAC 111-320AZ One-Eleven of Laker Airways.

Canadair CL-44D4-6

Canadair CL-44D4-6 of Tradewinds Airlines.
Canadair CL-44D4-6 of Tradewinds Airlines.
Canadair CL-44D4-6 of Tradewinds Airlines.

Some others, fully decorated with sail on the fin. De Havilland DH106 Comet tail fin of Dan-Air London between two of them.

Canadair CL-44D4-6 of Tradewinds Airlines.
Canadair CL-44D4-6 of Tradewinds Airlines.
Canadair CL-44D4-6 of Tradewinds Airlines.

Bristol 175 Britannia 312

Bristol 175 Britannia 312 of Donaldson International Airways.

In the background and both listed below, TIA's DC-8-61CF with behind a 707 from CALEDONIAN/BUA.

Bristol 175 Britannia 312 of Donaldson International Airways.

Airspeed AS.57 Ambassador

Airspeed AS.57 Ambassador probably from Dan-Air London to the right. Unidentified Aircraft bi-reactor on the left: maybe BAC 111, Tupolev Tu-134,Grumman G-1159 Gulfstream II?

Airspeed AS.57 Ambassador of Dan-Air London to the right.

Boeing 707-355C

Boeing 707-355C of CALEDONIAN/BUA.

Douglas DC-8-61CF

On approach for landing.

Douglas DC-8-61CF of TIA-Trans International Airlines.
Douglas DC-8-61CF of TIA-Trans International Airlines.
Douglas DC-8-61CF of TIA-Trans International Airlines.

CALEDONIAN/BUA's 707 already listed above to the right.

Douglas DC-8-61CF of TIA-Trans International Airlines.

With Pratt & Whitney JT3D-3B of the Series 61.

Douglas DC-8-61CF of TIA-Trans International Airlines.
Douglas DC-8-61CF of TIA-Trans International Airlines.

BAC-111-501EX One-Eleven

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

BAC-111-201AC One-Eleven

Registration G-ASJ_.

BAC-111-201AC One-Eleven of CALEDONIAN/BUA.
BAC-111-201AC One-Eleven of CALEDONIAN/BUA.

Another one maybe?

BAC-111-201AC One-Eleven of CALEDONIAN/BUA.

BAC 111-320AZ One-Eleven

Registration G-AVBY, c/n 113. Delivered in November 1966 and operated by Laker until April 1982, then sold to British Caledonian Airways as G-BKAW. Sold to Nigeria in November 1983.

Reg.G-AVBY BAC 111-320AZ One-Eleven of Laker Airways.
Reg.G-AVBY BAC 111-320AZ One-Eleven of Laker Airways.

Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle 10B1R

Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle 10B1R of SATA-SA de Transport Aérien.
Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle 10B1R of SATA-SA de Transport Aérien.

Vickers VC10 Srs.1103

Registration G-ATDJ, c/n 825.

Reg.G-ATDJ Vickers VC10 Srs.1103 of BUA-British United Airways.
Reg.G-ATDJ Vickers VC10 Srs.1103 of BUA-British United Airways.
Reg.G-ATDJ Vickers VC10 Srs.1103 of BUA-British United Airways.
Reg.G-ATDJ Vickers VC10 Srs.1103 of BUA-British United Airways.

Douglas DC-8-63

Douglas DC-8-63 of CP Air.
Douglas DC-8-63 of CP Air.

Boeing 707-355C

Could be N525EJ, c/n 19417/582. The company started in 1967 as International Air Bahama until late 70's, then Air Bahama in the last years till 1982, but always wore Air Bahama title with this rather attractive livery.

Boeing 707-355C of Air Bahama.
Boeing 707-355C of Air Bahama.

Douglas DC-8-63CF

Douglas DC-8-63CF of ONA-Overseas National Airways.

Links with Palma de Mallorca

Bristol 175 Britannia 312

At Aeropuerto Son Sant Joan /Aeroport Son Sant Joan/Palma de Mallorca Airport(PMI/LEPA).

Bristol 175 Britannia 312 of Air Spain.

An untitled Britannia ex Air Spain, with another one to the right. Douglas DC-8-21 from Air Spain behind it.

Bristol 175 Britannia 312 in ex Air Spain livery.

Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle 10R

Still at Aeropuerto Son Sant Joan /Aeroport Son Sant Joan/Palma de Mallorca Airport(PMI/LEPA). On the runway behind a McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32 of Iberia listed below.

Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle 10R of Aviaco.
Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle 10R of Aviaco.

BAC 111-501EX One-Eleven

Same McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32 of Iberia taking off in the background.

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

McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32

Aeropuerto Son Sant Joan /Aeroport Son Sant Joan/Palma de Mallorca Airport(PMI/LEPA).

McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32 of Iberia.

Another Iberia's DC-9-32 registred EC-BPx in the foreground

McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32 of Iberia.
McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32 of Iberia.
McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32 of Iberia.
McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32 of Iberia.

De Havilland DH.106 Comet 4B

Aeropuerto Son Sant Joan /Aeroport Son Sant Joan/Palma de Mallorca Airport(PMI/LEPA).
Registration G-APYC, c/n 6437 built in 1960 for BEA then delivered to Olympic Airways in April 1960 and passed back to BEA in 1969 with the same registration. Passed between several British operators before being scrapped sometime after 1978.
IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg.G-APYC De Havilland DH.106 Comet 4B of Dan-Air London.
Reg.G-APYC De Havilland DH.106 Comet 4B of Dan-Air London.
Reg.G-APYC De Havilland DH.106 Comet 4B of Dan-Air London.
Reg.G-APYC De Havilland DH.106 Comet 4B of Dan-Air London.
Reg.G-APYC De Havilland DH.106 Comet 4B of Dan-Air London.

Boeing 737-204/Advanced

Aeropuerto Son Sant Joan /Aeroport Son Sant Joan/Palma de Mallorca Airport(PMI/LEPA).
Just behind on the ground, a BAC 111-301AG One-Eleven of BAC 111-301AG One-Eleven and taking off in the background a Boeing 707-329 from SABENA-Societé Anonyme Belge d'Exploitation de la Navigation Aérienne.

Boeing 737-204/Advanced of Britannia Airways.

Boeing 707-329

Aeropuerto Son Sant Joan /Aeroport Son Sant Joan/Palma de Mallorca Airport(PMI/LEPA).
Taking off in the background behind the Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle 10R of Aviaco already listed above.

Boeing 707-436

Registration G-APFH, ex BOAC, taxiing at Aeropuerto Son Sant Joan /Aeroport Son Sant Joan/Palma de Mallorca Airport(PMI/LEPA).

Reg.G-APFH Boeing 707-436 of BEA Airtours.
Reg.G-APFH Boeing 707-436 of BEA Airtours.
Reg.G-APFH Boeing 707-436 of BEA Airtours.
Reg.G-APFH Boeing 707-436 of BEA Airtours.

A BAC One-Eleven of Dan-Air London to the right.

Reg.G-APFH Boeing 707-436 of BEA Airtours.
Reg.G-APFH Boeing 707-436 of BEA Airtours.

Boeing 707-138B

Aeropuerto Son Sant Joan /Aeroport Son Sant Joan/Palma de Mallorca Airport(PMI/LEPA).
Surrounded by two Laker's BAC One-Eleven.

Boeing 707-138B of Laker Airways.
Reg.G-AVBY BAC 111-320AZ One-Eleven of Laker Airways.

Background on the left, same Britannia's Boeing 737 already listed above

Reg.G-AVBY BAC 111-320AZ One-Eleven of Laker Airways.

De Havilland DH.106 Comet 4B

Still atAeropuerto Son Sant Joan /Aeroport Son Sant Joan/Palma de Mallorca Airport(PMI/LEPA), and perhaps G-APYC again?

De Havilland DH.106 Comet 4B of Dan-Air London.
De Havilland DH.106 Comet 4B of Dan-Air London.

The 1970s

Beagle B.206 Series 2 & Boeing 707-311C

Registration G-ATZP, c/n B046 on the right. Behind it, a Boeing 707-311C or Boeing 707-396C from Wardair Canada followed by a Douglas DC-8 of Capitol Airways.
On the left, partial view of one of the two Boeing 727-185C operated by AFA-American Flyers Airline. See full picture below.

G-ATZP Beagle B.206 to the right foreground.

Boeing 727-185C

To the right, the Douglas DC-8 of Capitol Airways already seen above.

Boeing 727-185C of AFA-American Flyers Airline.
Boeing 727-185C of AFA-American Flyers Airline.

A Cessna 310N to the left (listed below) and Bristol 175 Britannia of Caledonian Airways in the background.

Boeing 727-185C of AFA-American Flyers Airline.

Cessna 310N

Registration G-AWTA, c/n 310N-0054. Built and delivered to Lowland Aero Services Ltd in Nov.1968, then Eagle Aircraft Services Ltd in Nov.1972. Sold to Visk Air Cargo in May 1974, then Wood's Management Services Ltd in Jan.1977. Private ownership from Feb.1978 until Nov.1987, then sold to Helliscot Ltd. Re-registered G-YHPV with private ownership in Dec.2004 and exported to USA as N510PS in Jan.2011. Surrounded by a BAC One-Eleven of Caledonian Airways in the left and the already mentionned Bristol 175 Britannia of Caledonian Airways.

Cessna 310N of Lowland Aero Services Ltd.

Boeing CC-137/KC

Registration 13705, c/n 20319 / 833. From Air Transport Command.

Reg.13705 Boeing CC-137/KC of the Canadian Armed Forces/Forces Armées Canadiennes.
Reg.13705 Boeing CC-137/KC of the Canadian Armed Forces/Forces Armées Canadiennes.
Reg.13705 Boeing CC-137/KC of the Canadian Armed Forces/Forces Armées Canadiennes.

Boeing 707-436

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

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30

Registration G-BEBM, c/n 46921. Delivered to British Caledonian Airways on Feb.1977, changed to British Airways in April 1988. Exported to USA in March 1999.

Reg.G-BEBM McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 Robert Burns - The Scottish Bard of British Caledonian Airways.
Reg.G-BEBM McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 Robert Burns - The Scottish Bard of British Caledonian Airways.
Reg.G-BEBM McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 Robert Burns - The Scottish Bard of British Caledonian Airways.
Reg.G-BEBM McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 Robert Burns - The Scottish Bard of British Caledonian Airways.

Seen again later in the sequence, beside a Boeing 707-338C of British Caledonian Airways. Listed below.

Reg.G-BEBM McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 Robert Burns - The Scottish Bard of British Caledonian Airways.
Reg.G-BEBM McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 Robert Burns - The Scottish Bard of British Caledonian Airways.

De Havilland DH.106 Comet 4C

De Havilland DH.106 Comet 4C of Dan-Air London.

A Fokker F27-500 Friendship of NLM to the right.

De Havilland DH.106 Comet 4C of Dan-Air London.
De Havilland DH.106 Comet 4C of Dan-Air London.

Boeing 707-338C

Behind G-BEBM already listed above.
In the far background to the rignt, a McDonnell Douglas DC-10 of Laker Airways and a Boeing 707 of Quebecair on the left. See below.

Boeing 707-338C of British Caledonian Airways.

Boeing 707-123B

In the far background to the left, a BAC One-Eleven that could belongs to Dan-Air London.

Boeing 707-123B of Quebecair.

A Boeing 747-124 from Wardair Canada in the far background and perhaps some unidentified Caravelles to the left?

Boeing 707-123B of Quebecair.

Boeing 707-351C

Registration C-GTAI, c/n 19434/566. Delivered new in March 1967 as N373US to Northwest Airlines, then sold to Transair (Canada) in October 1974 and operated until February 1977.
In the far background to the right, a 707 of British Airtours.

Reg.C-GTAI Boeing 707-351C Fort Garry of Transair.
Reg.C-GTAI Boeing 707-351C Fort Garry of Transair.

Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle 10B3 Super B

Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle 10B3 Super B of Finnair.

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10 of Laker Airways in the background right.

Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle 10B3 Super B of Finnair.

Douglas DC-8-51

Registration OH-KDM, c/n 45628.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg. OH-KDM Douglas DC-8-51 Härmän Mimmi of Karair Finland.

On the right in the backgroud, we can guess the nose of an Handley Page Dart Herald behind a tail fin of an unidentified DC-8.

Reg. OH-KDM Douglas DC-8-51 Härmän Mimmi of Karair Finland.

British Airtours's 707 to the right.

Reg. OH-KDM Douglas DC-8-51 Härmän Mimmi of Karair Finland.

In the background from left to right, BAC One-Eleven of Dan-Air London and Boeing 707 of British Airtours.

Reg. OH-KDM Douglas DC-8-51 Härmän Mimmi of Karair Finland.

De Havilland DH.106 Comet 4C

Registration G-AROV, c/n 06460. Built for Middle East Airlines in 1961, but never delivered. Started with Aerolíneas Argentinas as LV-AIB. Bought by Dan-Air London in October 1971 and operated until retirement in April 1981.

G-AROV De Havilland DH.106 Comet 4C of Dan-Air London.
G-AROV De Havilland DH.106 Comet 4C of Dan-Air London.
G-AROV De Havilland DH.106 Comet 4C of Dan-Air London.

A Laker's McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10 just behind.

G-AROV De Havilland DH.106 Comet 4C of Dan-Air London.

Douglas DC-8-63CF

Douglas DC-8-63CF of ONA-Overseas National Airways.
Douglas DC-8-63CF of ONA-Overseas National Airways.

Boeing 747-217B

A Wardair Canada's Boeing 747 to the left.

Boeing 747-217B of CP-Air.

Ilyushin Il-62

Passing in front of the 747 of CP-Air already seen above.

Ilyushin Il-62 of Aeroflot.
Ilyushin Il-62 of Aeroflot.

Yakovlev Yak-40K

Registration CCCP-87490, c/n 9110117. This aircaft was converted to serve as the 40K prototype and was used for customer presentation flights around the world. It made its last flight to Monino - Russia in January 1981 and in now on display at the Central Museum of the Air Forces.
A Dan-Air's 707 just behind.

Reg.CCCP-87490 Yakovlev Yak-40K Aeroflot.

In the far background, it's N1776R, c/n 45602, Douglas DC-8-32 of ONA-Overseas National Airways with bi-centennial anniversary of the USA, specific livery Independance. See few pictures further.

Reg.CCCP-87490 Yakovlev Yak-40K Aeroflot.

Douglas DC-8-43

Douglas DC-8-43 of CP-Air.

Douglas DC-8-63CF

Douglas DC-8-63CF of World Airways.

De Havilland DH.106 Comet 4B

Registration G-ARJN, c/n 06459. Built and delivered to BEA in February 1961, then transfered to BEA Airtours from March 1970 till February 1973. Bought by Dan-Air London in May 1973 and operated until retirement in August 1981.

G-ARJN De Havilland DH.106 Comet 4B of Dan-Air London.
G-ARJN De Havilland DH.106 Comet 4B of Dan-Air London.
G-ARJN De Havilland DH.106 Comet 4B of Dan-Air London.

Douglas DC-8-32

Registration N1776R, c/n 45602/60.
Already seen above.Same aircraft in other works at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg.N1776R Douglas DC-8-32 Independance of ONA - Overseas National Airways.
Reg.N1776R Douglas DC-8-32 Independance of ONA - Overseas National Airways.
Reg.N1776R Douglas DC-8-32 Independance of ONA - Overseas National Airways.
Reg.N1776R Douglas DC-8-32 Independance of ONA - Overseas National Airways.
Reg.N1776R Douglas DC-8-32 Independance of ONA - Overseas National Airways.
Reg.N1776R Douglas DC-8-32 Independance of ONA - Overseas National Airways.

Boeing 747-257B

Unknown airliner behind it on the left.

Boeing 747-257B of Swissair.
Boeing 747-257B of Swissair.

Hawker Siddeley HS.748 Series 2A/226

Red over red with Swissair's 747 behind it.

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

Seen few minutes later on the right beside a TIA's Douglas DC-8 .

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

Douglas DC-8-61CF

Douglas DC-8-61CF of TIA-Trans International Airlines.

Douglas DC-6C

Douglas DC-6C of Balair.
Douglas DC-6C of Balair.
Douglas DC-6C of Balair.

On the right background, a De Havilland DH.106 Comet 4B of Dan-Air London.

Douglas DC-6C of Balair.

Vickers VC10 Srs.1103

Registration 7Q-YKH, c/n 819. Made its maiden flight in 1964 and was delivered as G-ASIW to BUA-British United Airways three months later. To British Caledonian Airways as 'Loch Lomond' in 1970. On 12 November 1974, sold to Air Malawi and flew five years long for this company. Scrapped in July 1995.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg.7Q-YKH Vickers VC10 Srs.1103 of Air Malawi.

British Airtours's 707 to the right in the background.

Reg.7Q-YKH Vickers VC10 Srs.1103 of Air Malawi.

British Caledonian Airways's 707 in the right background.

Reg.7Q-YKH Vickers VC10 Srs.1103 of Air Malawi.

De Havilland DH.106 Comet 4

Unidentified airplane in the background.

De Havilland DH.106 Comet 4 of Dan-Air London.

Handley Page HPR.7 Herald

1 - Handley Page HPR.7 Herald of BIA-British Island Airways.
2 - Canadair CL-44D4-6 of Tradewinds Airlines.
3 - Boeing CC-137/KC of the Canadian Armed Forces/Forces Armées Canadiennes.
4 - British Caledonian's BAC 111.
5 - British Caledonian's BAC 111.

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

Boeing CC-137/KC

1 - Boeing CC-137/KC of the Canadian Armed Forces/Forces Armées Canadiennes.
2 - British Caledonian's BAC 111.
3 - British Caledonian's BAC 111.
4 - Unidentified 707.
5 - Canadair CL-44D4-6 of Tradewinds Airlines.
6 - Handley Page HPR.7 Herald of BIA-British Island Airways.

Boeing CC-137/KC of the Canadian Armed Forces/Forces Armées Canadiennes.

Douglas DC-8-61CF

1 - Douglas DC-8-61CF of TIA-Trans International Airlines.
2 - BAC 111-530FX One-Eleven of British Caledonian Airways.
Registration G-AYOP, c/n 233. Delivered new to Court Line in January 1971. Bought by British Caledonian Airways in March 1973 and operated until April 1988 when merge with British Airways, after au short lease to Air Malta in 1974. Operated by British Airways until August 1994, then sold to European Aircharter-EAL, leased to Debonair from June to September 1999. Sold to Nigeria in 2001 as 5N-BDV of Savannah Airlines.
3 - BAC 111-509EW One-Eleven of British Caledonian Airways.
Registration G-AWWX, c/n 184. Delivered new to Caledonian Airways in January 1969. Changed to British Caledonian Airways in April 1974. Sold to Dan-Air London in October 1975 and operated until November 1992. Sold to BWA-British World Airlines as G-AWWX, but changed to G-OBWG in April 1993. Transfered to Nigeria in April 1995.

Douglas DC-8-61CF of TIA-Trans International Airlines.

BAC 111 One-Eleven

1 - BAC 111 One-Eleven of British Caledonian Airways.
2 - BAC 111-509EW One-Eleven of British Caledonian Airways. G-AWWX already seen above.
3 - Douglas DC-8-61CF of TIA-Trans International Airlines already seen above.
4 - BAC 111 One-Eleven of British Caledonian Airways.

BAC 111 One-Eleven of British Caledonian Airways.

Boeing 707-436

Boeing 707-436 of British Airtours.

Canadair CL-44D4-6

1 - Canadair CL-44D4-6 of Tradewinds Airlines.
2 - BAC 111-530FX One-Eleven of British Caledonian Airways. G-AYOP already seen above.
3 - Handley Page HPR.7 Herald of BIA-British Island Airways.
4 - Canadair CL-44D4-6 of Tradewinds Airlines still on loading, with openned fuselage.
5 - Boeing 707.
6 - Unidentified light aircraft, perhaps a Piper Navajo?.

Canadair CL-44D4-6 of Tradewinds Airlines.

1 - Canadair CL-44D4-6 of Tradewinds Airlines.
2 - BAC 111-530FX One-Eleven of British Caledonian Airways. G-AYOP already seen above.
3 - Handley Page HPR.7 Herald of BIA-British Island Airways.
4 - Canadair CL-44D4-6 of Tradewinds Airlines still on loading, with openned fuselage.
5 - Boeing 707.

Canadair CL-44D4-6 of Tradewinds Airlines.

Douglas DC-8-55

1 - Douglas DC-8-55 of Capitol Airways.
2 - BAC 111-530FX One-Eleven of British Caledonian Airways.G-AYOP listed above
3 - BAC 111-509EW One-Eleven of British Caledonian Airways. G-AWWX listed above

Douglas DC-8-55 of Capitol Airways.

Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle 10B1R

Registration HB-ICQ, c/n 222. Built as F-BNRB for UTA in 1967, this Caravelle became HB-ICQ in 1972, firstly with SATA and then with CTA. She was sold to Istanbul Airlines as TC-ASA in 1987, and finally Wfu in 1991.

HB-ICQ Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle 10B1R of SATA-SA de Transport Aérien.

The 1980s - Part 1

From January 1980 to December 1984.

BAC 111-500 One-Eleven

BAC 111-500 One-Eleven of British Caledonian Airways.

Several McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10 and Airbus A300B4-203 from Laker Airways in the background.

BAC 111-500 One-Eleven of British Caledonian Airways.
BAC 111-500 One-Eleven of British Caledonian Airways.

Crossing another one taxiing to the left in the foreground. Notice the Laker's 707 and DC-10 in the background left.

BAC 111-500 One-Eleven of British Caledonian Airways.

BAC 111-500 One-Eleven

1980 or later with that new coulour scheme.
A Beechcraft 200 Super King Air to the right background.

BAC 111-500 One-Eleven of Dan-Air London.

Boeing 747-273C

Landing in front of DC-10s and A300s from Laker Airways already in the landscape above.

Boeing 747-273C of Braniff International Airways.
Boeing 747-273C of Braniff International Airways.

Final landing behind BAC 111-500 One-Eleven and McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of British Caledonian Airways.

Boeing 747-273C of Braniff International Airways.

1 - Boeing 747-273C of Braniff International Airways taxiing in front of several airplanes:
2 - BAC 111-500 One-Eleven of Dan-Air London.
3 - Boeing 727.
4 - DC-8 of Garuda Indonesian Airways.
5 - Unidentified.
6 - Boeing 707-300 probably from Scimitar Airlines between wet-lease operations with IAS Cargo Airlines.

Boeing 747-273C of Braniff International Airways.

Various aircraft

1 - Lockheed L-1011-385-3 TriStar 500 of Delta Air Lines.
2 - McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30CF of Air Florida.
3 - McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of British Caledonian Airways.

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Various aircraft

1 - McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32 of SAS-Scandinavian Airlines System.
2 - McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of British Caledonian Airways.
3 - McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of British Caledonian Airways.
4 - McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10 of Laker Airways.
5 - Boeing 707-330B of Air Zimbabwe.
6 - BAC 111-500 One-Eleven of Dan-Air London.

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Lockheed L-1011-385-3 TriStar 500

Landing in front of the same aircraft seen above.
Registration N511PA, c/n 193Y-1195. More details further.

Reg.N511PA Lockheed L-1011-385-3 TriStar 500 Clipper Black Hawk of PAN AM-Pan American World Airways.
Reg.N511PA Lockheed L-1011-385-3 TriStar 500 Clipper Black Hawk of PAN AM-Pan American World Airways.

Registration G-BEBM, c/n 46921, McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 Robert Burns - The Scottish Bard of British Caledonian Airways in the foreground. Already seen earlier in the film.

Reg.N511PA Lockheed L-1011-385-3 TriStar 500 Clipper Black Hawk of PAN AM-Pan American World Airways.
Reg.N511PA Lockheed L-1011-385-3 TriStar 500 Clipper Black Hawk of PAN AM-Pan American World Airways.

Various aircraft

1 - Unidentified micro airliner. Cessna 402B ? Beechcraft Queen Air? .
2 - McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of British Caledonian Airways.
3 - McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 registered G-BEBM of British Caledonian Airways with earlier full capital lettering.
4 - McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30CF of Air Florida already seen above.

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Embraer EMB 110-P2 Bandeirante

Embraer EMB 110-P2 Bandeirante of Air UK.
Embraer EMB 110-P2 Bandeirante of Air UK.

Boeing 707-436 of British Airtours to the right.

Embraer EMB 110-P2 Bandeirante of Air UK.

McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32

Registration EC-CGQ, c/n 47643. First flight was September 5, 1974. Delivery date was October 18, 1974. Other serials - 9L-LDH with Transtel Togo & Air Leon, EC-CGQ with Iberia, and also 3C-CDA with Transtel SA. Stored at JNB (Johannesburg) in 2003 as 9L-LDH in Transtel Togo colors.

Reg.EC-CGQ McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32 Alonso de Ojeda of Aviaco.
Reg.EC-CGQ McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32 Alonso de Ojeda of Aviaco.
Reg.EC-CGQ McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32 Alonso de Ojeda of Aviaco.
Reg.EC-CGQ McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32 Alonso de Ojeda of Aviaco.

BAC 111-400 One-Eleven

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10 from Laker Airways to the left in the background.

BAC 111-400 One-Eleven of BIA-British Island Airways.

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30

Again G-BEBM of British Caledonian Airways passing in front of a Boeing 707-436 from British Airtours. Always same landscape of McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10 and Airbus A300B4-203 from Laker Airways in the background.

Reg.G-BEBM McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 Robert Burns - The Scottish Bard of British Caledonian Airways.

McDonnell Douglas DC-9-14

Registration EC-CGY, c/n 45696. Delivery date was July 19, 1966. Other serials - N3301L with Delta Air Lines, Southern Airways, Best Airlines, and Midwest Airlines, EC-CGY with Spantax, 5Y-XXC with African Express Airways - delivered in June 2004, and also N700ME with Centec Aviation. Temporary storage at MHV in February 2004 before delivery to African Express Airways.

Reg.EC-CGY McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32 of Spantax.
Reg.EC-CGY McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32 of Spantax.
Reg.EC-CGY McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32 of Spantax.

Boeing 737-248/Advanced

Registration TF-TLM, c/n 21715. At the time under sub-lease from Eagle Air of Iceland-Arnarflug, this 737 was aka EI-BEC of Aer Lingus, to which it reverted in 3.83. Further leased by East West of India 1.93-3.97 and sold to Kenya 1.98 as 5Y-KQK. Now stored at NBO.

Reg.TF-TLM Boeing 737-248/Advanced with Britannia Airways markings from lease to Eagle Air of Iceland-Arnaflug .

Embraer EMB 110P1 Bandeirante

Registration G-RVIP, c/n 110377.
Already seen above, Spantax's DC-9 and Britannia Airways's 737 in the background.

Embraer EMB 110P1 Bandeirante of Genair.
Embraer EMB 110P1 Bandeirante of Genair.

Boeing 747-151

Boeing 747-151 of Northwest Orient Airlines.

Passing behind PAN AM's Lockheed TriStar and McDonnell Douglas DC-10 of Air Florida already seen above.

Boeing 747-151 of Northwest Orient Airlines.
Boeing 747-151 of Northwest Orient Airlines.

A batch of three Boeing 737 from Britannia Airways in the background, with a Lockheed L-100-30 Hercules of TIA-Trans International Airlines in very far background.

Boeing 747-151 of Northwest Orient Airlines.

Lockheed L-1011-385-3 TriStar 500

Registration N511PA, c/n 193Y-1195. Delivered to PAN AM in March 1981. Sold to United Airlines in February 1986, then to [[Category:LTU International|LTU] as D-AERV and afterwards to a private owner.
Very active scene, with Lockheed TriStar of Delta Air Lines leaving its place behind the Air Florida's DC-10 already listed above. Passing in the background, the 747 of Northwest Orient that just arrived some minutes before.

Reg.N511PA Lockheed L-1011-385-3 TriStar 500 Clipper Black Hawk of PAN AM-Pan American World Airways.
Reg.N511PA Lockheed L-1011-385-3 TriStar 500 Clipper Black Hawk of PAN AM-Pan American World Airways.

Boeing 737-2S3/Advanced

Boeing 737-2S3/Advanced of Air Europe.

To the left,the DC-9 from Spantax is leaving.

Boeing 737-2S3/Advanced of Air Europe.

Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle 10B1R

Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle 10B1R of CTA-Compagnie de Transport Aérien.
Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle 10B1R of CTA-Compagnie de Transport Aérien.

Boeing 737-204C

Boeing 737-204C of Britannia Airways.

TF-VLM to the left.

Boeing 737-204C of Britannia Airways.

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30

Foreground, McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of British Caledonian Airways already listed above.

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of World Airways.
McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of World Airways.
McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of World Airways.

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30

Foreground, already seen above, Boeing 737 of Britannia Airways and Caravelle of CTA-Compagnie de Transport Aérien.

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 Skytrain of Laker Airways.
McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 Skytrain of Laker Airways.

Boeing 737-236/Advanced

Unidentified light aircraft in far background.

Boeing 737-236/Advanced of British Airtours.
Boeing 737-236/Advanced of British Airtours.

Boeing 737-2T5/Advanced

Going to park next to the DC-10 of British Caledonian Airways.

Boeing 737-236/Advanced of Orion Airways.
Boeing 737-236/Advanced of Orion Airways.

Boeing 747-124

Registration C-FFUN, c/n 20305. Originally delivered to Continental Airlines as N26864 06/1971. Sold to Wardair Canada as C-FFUN 12/1974. In service with Nationair 05/1990 - 03/1993. To Air Atlanta Icelandic (leased to Saudia) as TF-ABS 03/1994. Sold to Willis AS as N25WA for parts 06/1997. Broken up at Marana 05/1998.

Reg.C-FFUN Boeing 747-124 of Wardair Canada.

Already seen above, the three Boeing 737 from Britannia Airways in the background, with a Lockheed L-100-30 Hercules of TIA-Trans International Airlines in very far background. Partially view of DC-10 from British Caledonian Airways in the foreground left.

Reg.C-FFUN Boeing 747-124 of Wardair Canada.

Various aircraft

1 - McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of British Caledonian Airways.
2 - Boeing 727 of Dan-Air London.
3 - Boeing 707 of British Airtours.
4 - Boeing 747-217B of CP Air.
5 - Boeing 747-121 of PAN AM-Pan American World Airways.

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Boeing 747-2U3B

Boeing 747-2U3B of Garuda Indonesian Airways.
Boeing 747-2U3B of Garuda Indonesian Airways.

In the background, an Air Zimbabwe's Boeing 707-330B or 344C.

Boeing 747-2U3B of Garuda Indonesian Airways.

CP Air's Boeing 747 to the left, already seen above.

Boeing 747-2U3B of Garuda Indonesian Airways.

Various aircraft

1 - Boeing 737-204C of Britannia Airways.
2 - Boeing 737-204C of Britannia Airways.
3 - Boeing 707-338C or Boeing 707-365C of Worldways Canada.
4 - Boeing 707 of Laker Airways.

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1 - Boeing 737-204C of Britannia Airways.
2 - Boeing 737-204C of Britannia Airways.
3 - Boeing 707-338C or Boeing 707-365C of Worldways Canada.
4 - Boeing 707 of Laker Airways.
5 - McDonnell Douglas DC-10 of Laker Airways.
6 - McDonnell Douglas DC-10 of Laker Airways.

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Lockheed L-1011-385-3 TriStar 500

Lockheed L-1011-385-3 TriStar 500 of Delta Air Lines.

Wardair's 747 taking off in the background.

Lockheed L-1011-385-3 TriStar 500 of Delta Air Lines.
Lockheed L-1011-385-3 TriStar 500 of Delta Air Lines.
Lockheed L-1011-385-3 TriStar 500 of Delta Air Lines.

Tupolev Tu-134A

Tupolev Tu-134A of Aviogenex.

Various aircraft

1 - McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of British Caledonian Airways.
2 - McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30CF of Air Florida. Registration N1035F, c/n 46992. Built in 1978 for Overseas National Airways, she was leased immediately to Seaboard World, then Loftleiðir-Icelandic. She ended up lst Air Florida from March-September 1980. She became EC-DSF with Spantax 01/83,and then N304FE with Fed Ex in 1984. Incredibly, she was still flying with them in early 2020, now 42 years old.
3 - 747 of American Airlines.
4 - Boeing 737 of Air Europe.

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Various aircraft

1 - Airbus A300B4 of Olympic Airways.
2 - McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of British Caledonian Airways.
3 - Lockheed L-1011-385-3 TriStar 500 of Delta Air Lines.

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Airbus A300B4-203

Registration SX-BEB, c/n 046.
Lockheed L-1011-385-1-15 TriStar 100 of TWA in the foreground (listed below) and a tiny part of McDonnell Douglas DC-10 of British Caledonian to the right.

Reg.SX-BEB Airbus A300B4-203 of Olympic Airways.
Reg.SX-BEB Airbus A300B4-203 of Olympic Airways.
Reg.SX-BEB Airbus A300B4-203 of Olympic Airways.

1 - Lockheed L-1011-385-1-15 TriStar 100 of TWA.
2 - BAC 111-207AJ One-Eleven of Dan-Air London.
3 - Airbus A300B4-203 of Olympic Airways.
4 - Boeing 747-123 of American Airlines.

Reg.SX-BEB Airbus A300B4-203 of Olympic Airways.

Lockheed L-1011-385-1-15 TriStar 100

Registration N7036T, c/n 193B-1232. Delivered on May 1982. Operated until 1996 and broken-up on August 2004.
Notice the tail fin of a McDonnell Douglas DC-9 from Austrian Airlines in the background left.

Reg.N7036T Lockheed L-1011-385-1-15 TriStar 100 of TWA-Trans World Airlines.

BAC 111-301AG One-Eleven

Registration G-ATPL, c/n 035. Delivered new to British Eagle International Airlines in February 1966. Bought by Shakelton Aviation in September 1969, then Romanic Trading Ltd for few months. Sold to Dan-Air London in March 1971, and operated until December 1990. Transferred to Chile afterwards.
In the background another one from 500 series.

Reg.G-ATPL BAC 111-301AG One-Eleven of Dan-Air London.

To the left a Britannia's Boeing 737-204 already seen above.

Reg.G-ATPL BAC 111-301AG One-Eleven of Dan-Air London.

Boeing 747-267B

1 - Airbus A300B4 of Olympic Airways.
2 - Boeing 737-204 of Britannia Airways.
3 - Boeing 747-267B of Cathay Pacific.
4 - McDonnell Douglas DC-10 of Laker Airways.
5 - Boeing 707 of Laker Airways.

Boeing 747-267B of Cathay Pacific Airways.
Boeing 747-267B of Cathay Pacific Airways.

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30CF

Already seen above.

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30CF of Air Florida.

Same foreground aircraft seen above.

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30CF of Air Florida.

Boeing 747-123

Air Florida's DC-10 taking off in the background.

Boeing 747-123 of American Airlines.

Foreground a BAC 111-500 One Eleven from Dan-Air London.

Boeing 747-123 of American Airlines.

Surrounded by same aircraft seen before.

Boeing 747-123 of American Airlines.
Boeing 747-123 of American Airlines.

Boeing 747-2F6B

Laker's DC-10 to the right.
White Boeing 707's tail fin in the far background, maybe of Laker Airways too?

Boeing 747-2F6B of Philippine Airlines.

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30

G-BEBM to the left (already seen above).

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of British Caledonian Airways.
Reg.G-BEBM McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 Robert Burns - The Scottish Bard of British Caledonian Airways.

BAC 111-201AC One-Eleven

Registration G-ASJE, c/n 009. Delivered new to British United Airways in June 1963. Transfered as British Caledonian Airways in 1970 when merge of BUA with Caledonian Airways. Sold to USA in June 1982 to be operated by Pacific Express, Florida Express and Braniff International Airways, then Cascade Airways.

Reg.G-ASJE BAC 111-201AC One-Eleven of British Caledonian Airways.
Reg.G-ASJE BAC 111-201AC One-Eleven of British Caledonian Airways.

Reg.G-ASJE BAC 111-201AC One-Eleven of British Caledonian Airways.
Reg.G-ASJE BAC 111-201AC One-Eleven of British Caledonian Airways.

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of World Airways.

Two McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30CF of Air Florida on the right, and a British Caledonian Airways's DC-10 on foreground left.

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of World Airways.

Lockheed L-1011-385-3 TriStar 500

Registration G-BFCB, c/n 193V-1159. Delivered to British Airways on June 1979. Sold to Ministry of Defense for RAF and converted to Tristar K1.
1 - Lockheed L-1011-385-3 TriStar 500 of British.
2 - BAC 111-201AC One-Eleven of British Caledonian Airways.
3 - BAC 111 One-Eleven of British Island Airways.
4 - Unidentified aircraft.
5 - Aero Commander 500.
6 - Grumman G-1159 Gulfstream II.

Reg.G-BFCB Lockheed L-1011-385-3 TriStar 500 The Harry Wheatcroft Rose of British.
Reg.G-BFCB Lockheed L-1011-385-3 TriStar 500 The Harry Wheatcroft Rose of British.
Reg.G-BFCB Lockheed L-1011-385-3 TriStar 500 The Harry Wheatcroft Rose of British.
Reg.G-BFCB Lockheed L-1011-385-3 TriStar 500 The Harry Wheatcroft Rose of British.
Reg.G-BFCB Lockheed L-1011-385-3 TriStar 500 The Harry Wheatcroft Rose of British.

Tupolev Tu-154

Tupolev Tu-154 of Aeroflot.

Often seen Laker's aircraft in the foreground.

Tupolev Tu-154 of Aeroflot.

Boeing 707-330B of Air Zimbabwe and an unidentified Douglas DC-3 in the background.

Tupolev Tu-154 of Aeroflot.

Boeing 747-135

Registration N720US, c/n 19918. Delivery date was September 1970 to National Airlines then sold to Northwest Orient Airlines on May 1976. Broken-up in March 2000.
Just behind, it's probably a Boeing 747 of Garuda Indonesian Airways. The 4th in the row is another Boeing 747 of Northwest Orient .

Reg.N720US Boeing 747-135 of Northwest Orient Airlines.

Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle 10B1R

Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle 10B1R of CTA-Compagnie de Transport Aérien.

Handley Page HPR.7 Herald 202

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of British Caledonian Airways to the right.

Handley Page HPR.7 Herald 202 of BIA-British Island Airways.

Boeing 707-436

Tail fin in the foreground is from a Boeing 737-236/Advanced and probably another one to te right. On the runway in far background, a big jet that might be a Boeing 747.

Boeing 707-436 of British Airtours.

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of British Caledonian Airways in the foreground.

Boeing 707-436 of British Airtours.

Boeing 747-219B

1 - Boeing 747-219B of Air New Zealand.
2 - McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of British Caledonian Airways.
3 - Boeing 737-204C of Britannia Airways.
4 - Boeing 737-204C of Britannia Airways.
5 - Boeing 737-204C of Britannia Airways.
6 - Boeing 737-2S3/Advanced of British Airtours on lease from and colours of Air Europe.
7 - Boeing 747-267B of Cathay Pacific.
8 - Unidentified.

Boeing 747-219B of Air New Zealand.

Wearing the sticker London all the way with the Pacific's number one promoting the new London service in 1982.

Boeing 747-219B of Air New Zealand.
Boeing 747-219B of Air New Zealand.
Boeing 747-219B of Air New Zealand.

Various aircraft

1 - Boeing 747-2U3B of Garuda Indonesian Airways.
2 - Unidentified Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle.
3 - McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of British Caledonian Airways.
4 - Unidentified Douglas DC-8.

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McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32

To the right, a BAC 111 One-Eleven of Dan-Air London and British Island Airways.

McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32 of Aviaco.
McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32 of Aviaco.

BAC 111 One-Eleven

BIA's are from BAC 111-400 series.
Dan-Air's are from BAC 111-500 series.

BAC 111 One-Eleven of Dan-Air London and British Island Airways.
BAC 111 One-Eleven of Dan-Air London and British Island Airways.

Lockheed L-1011-385-1 TriStar 1

Registration G-BEAL, c/n 193N-1145. Delivered to British Airways on November 1976. Transfered to British Airtours in the early 1980s, and converted to TriStar 50 in May 1985. Rebranded Caledonian Airways in 1988. Sold to Internationale Nederlanden Aviation Lease BV fo Air Ops as SE-DPM, who operated flights for itself but also for Tadjikistan International Airways, Ecu Air and Sudan Airways, during its short time of existance (1993-96). The aircraft returned to British register as G-CEAP in late 1996 for International Airways , and Atlanta Airways. Went back in 1997 to Caledonian Airways until May 1998, then sold to Classic Airways Ltd with registration G-IOIT. Stored in London Stansted since October 1998.
In the background, same batch of BAC 111 One-Eleven already seen above.

Reg.G-BEAL Lockheed L-1011-385-1 TriStar 1 The Red Devil Rose of British Airtours.
Reg.G-BEAL Lockheed L-1011-385-1 TriStar 1 The Red Devil Rose of British Airtours.

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30CF

Leased from and colours of World Airways.
Registration N109WA, c/n 47819.

McDonnell Reg.N109WA Douglas DC-10-30CF of Air Florida.

Lockheed L-1011-385-3 TriStar 500 of Delta Air Lines on the left.

Reg.N109WA McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30CF of Air Florida.

Lockheed L-1011-385-3 TriStar 500

Lockheed L-1011-385-3 TriStar 500 of Delta Air Lines.

Boeing 757-236

Boeing 757-236 of Air Europe.
Boeing 757-236 of Air Europe.

Boeing 747-2D3BM

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of British Caledonian Airways in the background.

Boeing 747-2D3BM of British Caledonian Airways.
Boeing 747-2D3BM of British Caledonian Airways.

To the left:
G-BEAL Lockheed L-1011-385-1 TriStar 1 already listed above.
Behind it, Boeing 747-219B of Air New Zealand also seen before.

Boeing 747-2D3BM of British Caledonian Airways.

British Aerospace BAe 146-100 & BAC 111-400 One-Eleven

British Aerospace BAe 146-100 of Dan-Air London and BAC 111-400 One-Eleven of British Island Airways.
British Aerospace BAe 146-100 of Dan-Air London and BAC 111-400 One-Eleven of British Island Airways.

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of World Airways.
McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of World Airways.

Boeing 707-323C

1 - BAC 111-500 One-Eleven of Dan-Air London.
2 - Boeing 707-323C of American Trans Air.
3 - Boeing 737-204C of Britannia Airways.
4 - Boeing 737-2S3/Advanced of British Airtours on lease from and colours of Air Europe.
5 - Boeing 747-267B of Cathay Pacific.

Boeing 707-323C of American Trans Air.
Boeing 707-323C of American Trans Air.

BAC 111-500 One-Eleven

Boeing 737-2S3/Advanced of British Airtours with of Air Europe colours in the background.

BAC 111-500 One-Eleven of Dan-Air London.

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30

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

Boeing 747-2F6B of Philippine Airlines in the far background.

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

Various aircraft

1 - Boeing 737-204C of Britannia Airways.
2 - Boeing 737-204C of Britannia Airways.
3 - Boeing 737-236/Advanced of British Airtours.
4 - McDonnell Douglas DC-10 of Laker Airways.
5 - Unidentified aircraft from British Airtours.

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Various light aircraft

1 - Dassault Falcon 10.
2 - Beechcraft 200 Super King Air.
3 - Cessna 310.

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Dassault Falcon 10

Beechcraft 200 Super King Air to the right.

Dassault Falcon 10.

Grumman G-1159 Gulfstream II to the left.

Dassault Falcon 10.

Grumman G-1159 Gulfstream II

Grumman G-1159 Gulfstream II.

Dassault Falcon 20 to the left.

Grumman G-1159 Gulfstream II.

Dassault Falcon 20

Grumman G-1159 Gulfstream II to the right.

Dassault Falcon 20.
Dassault Falcon 20.

Douglas Dakota IV

Douglas Dakota IV of Eastern Airways (Lease Air Ltd).

Boeing 737-236/Advanced

1 to 4 - Boeing 737-236/Advanced of British.
5 - BAC 111-500 One-Eleven of Dan-Air London.
6 - Unidentified Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle.
7 - Douglas C-47B Skytrain of Air Atlantique Ltd. Registration G-AMPY, c/n 26569/15124. First UK register in March 1952 until December 1957 for a private owner then sold to Jordan. Re-registered in March 1958 and operated by Starways Ltd until December 1963. Bought by Aviation Overhauls Ltd on January 1964, then sent to Iceland. Went back with Aviation Overhauls in August 1965 until August 1968. Sold to USA. Bought by The Sun Guarantee Trust of Jersey in July 1970. Sold to Field Aviation Ltd in January 1980, then to Air Atlantique Ltd in February 1982, and soon to DAK holdings until 2000. To RVL Aviation Ltd from March 2000 until July 2007. Come back under Air Atlantique Ltd from July 2007 to October 2015. Again to RVL Aviation Ltd until March 2020. Sold to a private owner of Ireland as EI-BKJ.

Boeing 737-236/Advanced of British.

Notice the Super 737 sticker worn by the fleet at these times.

Reg.G-BGDH Boeing 737-236/Advanced River Clyde of British.

Registration G-BGDH, c/n 21797. Delivered new to British Airways in April 1980. Sold to Transavia as PH-TSD in April 1995. Then with Bhoja Airlines & Jet Aviation as AP-BKE, Comair Ltd, Kulula as ZS-NNH. Wfu 2010.

Reg.G-BGDH Boeing 737-236/Advanced River Clyde of British.
Reg.G-BGDH Boeing 737-236/Advanced River Clyde of British.
Reg.G-BGDH Boeing 737-236/Advanced River Clyde of British.

BAC 111-500 One-Eleven

McDonnell Douglas DC-10 of Laker Airways on the left.

BAC 111-500 One-Eleven of Dan-Air London.

McDonnell Douglas DC-10

On the left Douglas DC-8 of Capitol Airways.

McDonnell Douglas DC-10 Skytrain of Laker Airways.

Douglas DC-8 of Capitol Airways surrounded by the two Laker's DC-10.

McDonnell Douglas DC-10 Skytrain of Laker Airways.
McDonnell Douglas DC-10 Skytrain of Laker Airways.
McDonnell Douglas DC-10 Skytrain of Laker Airways.

Various aircraft

1 - Unidentified Hawker Siddeley HS.748.
2 - Unidentified Hawker Siddeley HS.748.
3 - Boeing 707-321C of Scimitar Airlines.
4 - Boeing 707-321C of Pelican Cargo Airlines.
5 - Douglas DC-8-52 of Aviaco.

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1 - McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of British Caledonian Airways.
2 - McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of British Caledonian Airways.
3 - Boeing 707-321C of Pelican Cargo Airlines.
4 - Douglas DC-8-52 of Aviaco.

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3 - Better view of Pelican Cargo Airlines logo in this picture.

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McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30

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

In the background BAC 111-500 One-Eleven of Dan-Air London.

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

BAC 111-500 One-Eleven of Dan-Air London background.

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

De Havilland DH106 Comet 4B

Registration G-APMB, c/n 06422. Delivered to BEA in April 1958 an operated until June 1970. Sold to Channel Airways then to Dan-Air London in May 1972.
Written off from use in january 1979. Stored at Gatwick Airport and used for training duties as Dan-Air Training.

Reg.G-APDL De Havilland DH106 Comet 4C of Dan-Air Training.
Reg.G-APDL De Havilland DH106 Comet 4C of Dan-Air Training.
Reg.G-APDL De Havilland DH106 Comet 4C of Dan-Air Training.
Reg.G-APDL De Havilland DH106 Comet 4C of Dan-Air Training.
Reg.G-APDL De Havilland DH106 Comet 4C of Dan-Air Training.

BAC 111-528FL One-Eleven

Registration G-BJRT, c/n 234. Delivered new to Bavaria Fluggesellschaft as D-ALFA in February 1971. Transfered as Bavaria Germanair in March 1977 when merge of Bavaria Fluggesellschaft with Germanair. Sold to Hapag-Lloyd in January 1979. Begin in British register in October 1981 when bought by British Caledonian Airways and operated until April 1988. Transfered as British Airways and operated for 5 years then sold to JARO International in October 1993 as YR-JBA. Several periods of leasing to Astran Air and Red Sea Air within the last five years.
Notice the two British Caledonian's DC-10-30 in the background.

Reg.G-BJRT BAC 111-528FL One-Eleven of British Caledonian Airways.
Reg.G-BJRT BAC 111-528FL One-Eleven of British Caledonian Airways.
Reg.G-BJRT BAC 111-528FL One-Eleven of British Caledonian Airways.
Reg.G-BJRT BAC 111-528FL One-Eleven of British Caledonian Airways.

Beside a Boeing 747-2F6B from Philippine Airlines.

Reg.G-BJRT BAC 111-528FL One-Eleven of British Caledonian Airways.

Scottish uniform hostess.

Reg.G-BJRT BAC 111-528FL One-Eleven of British Caledonian Airways.

Sikorsky S-61N MkII

Registration G-LINK, c/n 61806.The Gatwick-Heathrow Airlink was jointly operated by the British Airports Authority, British Airways and British Caledonian Airways before the M25 London orbital motorway saw its demise. The aircraft was transferred to Brazil in June 1986 and became PT-HTT.

Reg.G-LINK Sikorsky S-61N MkII of Gatwick Heathrow Airlink.

BAC 111 One-Eleven of Dan-Air London and an unidentified Airbus A300 in the background.

Reg.G-LINK Sikorsky S-61N MkII of Gatwick Heathrow Airlink.

1 - Unidentified.
2 - Unidentified.
3 - Sikorsky S-61N MkII of Gatwick-Heathrow Airlink.
4 - Unidentified Boeing 707.
5 - De Havilland DH106 Comet 4B already seen above, registered G-APMB minus wings and white painting.

Reg.G-LINK Sikorsky S-61N MkII of Gatwick Heathrow Airlink.
Reg.G-LINK Sikorsky S-61N MkII of Gatwick Heathrow Airlink.
Reg.G-LINK Sikorsky S-61N MkII of Gatwick Heathrow Airlink.

Sikorsky S-61N MkII

Registration G-BEWM, c/n 61772. Delivered new to British Airways Helicopters in September 1977. Rebranded British International Helicopters in 1986 when the company changed of ownership.In January 1993 the company beeing acquired by CHC Helicopters became Brintel Helicopters until December 1999. Transferred in 2000 to the South African subsidiary of CHC , named CHC Helicopters Africa as ZS-RLK. The aircraft was sold in 2010 to EP Aviation as N408UD and sent to Afghanistan in 2012. Sold to Croman Corporation in february 2019.

Reg.G-BEWM Sikorsky S-61N MkII of British Airways Helicopters.
Reg.G-BEWM Sikorsky S-61N MkII of British Airways Helicopters.
Reg.G-BEWM Sikorsky S-61N MkII of British Airways Helicopters.

Various aircraft

1 - McDonnell Douglas DC-10 of Wardair Canada.
2 - Boeing 737 of British Airtours.

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1 - Boeing 747-267B of Cathay Pacific.
2 - McDonnell Douglas DC-10 of Wardair Canada.
3 - Boeing 737 of British Airtours.
4 - Lockheed L-1011-385-3 TriStar 500 of Delta Air Lines.

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Boeing 747-267B

Boeing 747-267B of Cathay Pacific Airways.

Boeing 747-151

Boeing 747-151 of Northwest Orient Airlines.

Boeing 747-2D3BM of British Caledonian Airways in the background.

Boeing 747-151 of Northwest Orient Airlines.

Lockheed L-1011-385-1 TriStar 1

Lockheed L-1011-385-1 TriStar 1 of Air Lanka.

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of British Caledonian Airways on the right.

Lockheed L-1011-385-1 TriStar 1 of Air Lanka.

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of World Airways.

Douglas DC-8-62H

Douglas DC-8-62H of Arrow Air.

Lockheed L-1011-385-3 TriStar 500

Lockheed L-1011-385-3 TriStar 500 of Delta Air Lines.

British Aerospace BAe 146-100

British Aerospace BAe 146-100 of Dan-Air London.
British Aerospace BAe 146-100 of Dan-Air London.

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30

Registration G-BHDI, c/n 47831. Delivered to British Caledonian Airways in July 1980. Transferred to British Airways in April 1988. Withdrawn from BA use in February 1999 and then converted to a freighter at Venice. Later wore the registrations LX-TLD (Cargo Lion), N402JR and 5X-JCR (Das Air) and finally N450ML (Arrow Air) before being scrapped at Opa Locka.

Reg.G-BHDI McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 Robert the Bruce of British Caledonian Airways.
Reg.G-BHDI McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 Robert the Bruce of British Caledonian Airways.
Reg.G-BHDI McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 Robert the Bruce of British Caledonian Airways.
Reg.G-BHDI McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 Robert the Bruce of British Caledonian Airways.

On the left background Boeing 737-204C of Britannia Airways.

Reg.G-BHDI McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 Robert the Bruce of British Caledonian Airways.

Boeing 747-243B

A Wardair's Boeing 747 in the background left.

Boeing 747-243B of PEOPLExpress Airlines.

Boeing 747-243B of Overseas National in the background left.

Boeing 747-243B of PEOPLExpress Airlines.
Boeing 747-243B of PEOPLExpress Airlines.

Boeing 747-267B of Cathay Pacific to the right.

Boeing 747-243B of PEOPLExpress Airlines.

Background, McDonnell Douglas DC-10 of American Airlines followed by the Tupolev Tu-134A from Aviogenex already listed above.

Boeing 747-243B of PEOPLExpress Airlines.

Tupolev Tu-134A & Boeing 747-243B

Tupolev Tu-134A of Aviogenex and Boeing 747-243B of Overseas National Airways.
Tupolev Tu-134A of Aviogenex and Boeing 747-243B of Overseas National Airways.

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30

Boeing 747 of Northwest Orient Airlines behind it.

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of WorAmerican Airlines.

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30

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

BAC 111 One-Eleven of British Caledonian Airways to the left and Boeing 737-204C of Britannia Airways in the background right.

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

Tail fin of Douglas DC-8-62H from Arrow Air and BAC 111 One-Eleven of Dan-Air London to the left, some 707 or DC-8 to the right.

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

The 1980s - Part 2

From January 1985 to December 1989.

Airbus A310-300

Entered service in 1987.
Notice in the foreground this interesting Tupolev Tu-134A of Interflug, registered DDR-SCX, c/n 48320.

Airbus A300B4-200 of Emirates.
Airbus A300B4-200 of Emirates.
Airbus A300B4-200 of Emirates.
Airbus A300B4-200 of Emirates.

Various aircraft

1 - Boeing 747-124 of Wardair Canada.
2 - Lockheed L-1011-385-1 TriStar 1 of Air Lanka. Registration could be 4R-ULB or 4R-ULE, 4R-ULJ, 4R-ULJ.
3 - Airbus A300B4-2C of Dan-Air London.
4 - McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of British Airways in Landor Associates livery adopted in 1985. Necessarly an ex-British Caledonian Airways repainted after 1988 merge of the two companies.
5 - Boeing 747-267B of Cathay Pacific Airways. There are two of them.

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1 - McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of British Airways.
2 - Airbus A300B4-2C of Dan-Air London.
3,4 - Boeing 747-267B of Cathay Pacific Airways.
5 - Airbus A300B4-2C of Dan-Air London.
6 - Boeing 727-200 of Dan-Air London.

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Various aircraft

1,2,3 - Boeing 727-200 of Dan-Air London.
4 - McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of Caledonian Airways.

5 - British Aerospace BAe 146-100 of Dan-Air London.
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Airbus A300B4-2C

Airbus A300B4-2C of Dan-Air London.
Airbus A300B4-2C of Dan-Air London.

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30

Short life (1985-88) charter subsidiary of British Caledonian Airways. Changed to Novair International Airways after the merge of British Caledonian Airways in British Airways.
Seen here taxiing to stay along the Airbus A310 of Emirates already listed above.

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of Cal Air International.
McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of Cal Air International.
McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of Cal Air International.
McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of Cal Air International.

Airbus A320-111

1 - Airbus A320-111 of British Airways.
2 - McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of British Airways.
3,4 - Boeing 747-267B of Cathay Pacific Airways.

Airbus A320-111 of British Airways.

Boeing 707-324C

Boeing 707-324C of Air Seychelles.
Boeing 707-324C of Air Seychelles.
Boeing 707-324C of Air Seychelles.
Boeing 707-324C of Air Seychelles.
Boeing 707-324C of Air Seychelles.

Vickers 806 Viscount

Registration G-AOYG, c/n 256. Delivered new to BEA in December 1956 and operated until September 1970. Sold to Cambrian Airways in 1970, transferred to British Airways in March 1976 when the company merged to British Airways. Sold to British Air Ferries in January 1984, which became British World Airlines in 1993. Wfu in 1994.

Reg.G-AOYG Vickers 806 Viscount of Virgin Atlantic Airways.
Reg.G-AOYG Vickers 806 Viscount of Virgin Atlantic Airways.
Reg.G-AOYG Vickers 806 Viscount of Virgin Atlantic Airways.
Reg.G-AOYG Vickers 806 Viscount of Virgin Atlantic Airways.

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10

Boeing 737-236/Advanced of British Airways to the right.

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10 of American Airlines.

Boeing 737-3S3

It's time for the Classic Generation powered by the CFM 56-3.
Tail fin of a Boeing 737-200 of Dan-Air London to the right.

Boeing 737-3S3 of Air Europe.

Boeing 737-200

Boeing 737-200 of Dan-Air London.

Boeing 737-222

Boeing 737-222 of Transavia.

Boeing 767-201/ER

Behind it, a Martinair Holland's McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 followed by McDonnell Douglas DC-10 of American Airlines.

Boeing 767-201/ER of Piedmont Airlines.

Various aircraft

1 - Boeing 747-135 of Northwest Orient Airlines.
2 - Boeing 767-231/ER of TWA.
3 - British Aerospace BAe 146-100 of Dan-Air London.
4 - Boeing 767-201/ER of Piedmont Airlines.
5 - Unidentified Twin-Jet of Caledonian.
6 - Unidentified Twin-Jet of British Airways.
7 - Boeing 747-236B of British Airways.
8,9 - Boeing 747-283B of Caledonian.

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Boeing 747-135

TWA's 767 and light aircraft in the background.

Boeing 747-135 of Northwest Orient Airlines.

McDonnell Douglas DC-9-34CF

Registration EC-CTT, c/n 47706. Delivery date was May 1976 to Aviaco. Went to Iberia's fleet on August 1991. Sold to Comtran International as N106CT on August 2002.Then, Business Aviation - Wimbi Dira Airways on June 2007 as S9-PSR. Bought in February 2009 as 5Y-SAN by Astral Aviation Cargo, operated in 2010 by Africa West Cargo, then went back in December 2012 to Astral Aviation Cargo an stil active nowadays.
To the right, British Aerospace BAe 146-100 of Dan-Air London and TWA's 767.

Reg.EC-CTT McDonnell Douglas DC-9-34CF Pedro de Valdivia of Aviaco.
Reg.EC-CTT McDonnell Douglas DC-9-34CF Pedro de Valdivia of Aviaco.
Reg.EC-CTT McDonnell Douglas DC-9-34CF Pedro de Valdivia of Aviaco.
Reg.EC-CTT McDonnell Douglas DC-9-34CF Pedro de Valdivia of Aviaco.

Douglas DC-8-63

Registration C-GQBA, c/n 46155. Delivery to Iberia in December 1970 as EC-BSE Alonso Cano. Leased to Aviaco in April 1981 named Playa de las Canteras. Went to Arrow Air as N940JW December 1983, then to Quebecair in May 1984 as C-GQBA. Sold to Nationair in September 1986. Bought and tranformed as cargo for Airborne Express reg.N820AX in January 1992. Sold to ABX Air in 2003 and operated as cargo until 2005. Wfu and stored in September 2005.

Reg.C-GQBA Douglas DC-8-63 of Nationair.
Reg.C-GQBA Douglas DC-8-63 of Nationair.
Reg.C-GQBA Douglas DC-8-63 of Nationair.

Boeing 767-231/ER

In the background,already seen few pictures before: an unidentified Twin-Jet of Caledonian, with just behind an other unidentified Twin-Jet of British Airways and a Boeing 747-236B of British Airways.

Boeing 767-231/ER of TWA-Trans World Airlines.

Tupolev Tu-134A

Possibly DDR-SCX, c/n 48320 again?

Tupolev Tu-134A of Interflug.

BAC 111 One-Eleven of Dan-Air London to the right.

Tupolev Tu-134A of Interflug.

The 1990s

Few steps in the next decade.

Various aircraft

1 - Boeing 747-2F6FB of Philippine Airlines.
2,3 - Boeing 747-287B of Virgin Atlantic Airways.
4 - Unidentified McDonnell Douglas DC-9.
5 - Boeing 747-283B of Caledonian.
6 - Airbus A300B4-605R of Monarch Airlines.

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Various aircraft

1 - Boeing 747-2F6FB of Philippine Airlines.
2,3 - Boeing 747-287B of Virgin Atlantic Airways.
4 - Boeing 747-131 of TWA-Trans World Airlines.
5 - McDonnell Douglas DC-10 of Continental Airlines still wearing the nice Contrails (Red) livery applied since 1984.
6 - Boeing 747-143 of Continental Airlines in the Globe scheme new livery of the decade who appeared in late 1991.
7 - Boeing 757-2T7 of Monarch Airlines.
8 - Airbus A300B4-605R of Monarch Airlines.
9 - Lockheed L-1011-385-3 TriStar 500 of Delta Air Lines.
10 - Unidentified, but probably a Lockheed L-1011 TriStar.

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McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30

Ex British Caledonian in Landor Associates livery.
Foreground, a Boeing 737 Classic of British Airways still with colours of Dan-Air. Unidentified aircraft in the far background.

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of British Airways.

Boeing 737-3Q8

1 - Boeing 737-3Q8 of British Airways wearing Dan-Air London colours after merge of the companies in 1992. .
2 - McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of British Airways.
3 - Lockheed L-1011-385-3 TriStar 500 of Caledonian Airways, an ex British Airtours aircraft.
4 - Unidentified McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10.
5 - Unidentified.

Boeing 737-3Q8 of British Airways.
Boeing 737-3Q8 of British Airways.
Boeing 737-3Q8 of British Airways.




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