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Photo ID: 2216566
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CP Air
Douglas DC-8-43
Glasgow - Prestwick (PIK / EGPK)
UK - Scotland, August 1971
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CF-CPI / 604 (cn 45622/137) An August sun shines as CF-CPI prepares to take flight from Prestwick. She was delivered to Canadian Pacific Airlines in May, 1961, and flew this new CP corporate livery from 1968 to 1980, when she was scrapped. One of only 20 DC-8-43 series built, she was equipped with R.CO.12 Mk 512 turbofans, a 4% leading edge extension, a 1.5 deg. drooped flap, and beefier landing gear. A sister-ship, CF-CPG was the 1st transport aircraft to exceed the speed of sound, as N9604Z on a pre-delivery test flight.
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Photo ID: 2215495
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BEA - British European Airways
Lockheed L-1011-385-1 TriStar 1
Farnborough (FAB / EGLF)
UK - England, September 8, 1972
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N305EA (cn 193A-1006) N305EA lands from drizzling Farnborough skies on the final leg of a worldwide sales tour. This aircraft was borrowed off the line from Eastern Airlines, and was partly painted in BEA's then contemporary livery in appreciation of their recent firm order. When Eastern folded, she flew for Delta as N782DL, until finally broken up during September, 2002.
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Photo ID: 2182907
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BOAC
Vickers Super VC10 Srs1151
New York - John F. Kennedy International (Idlewild) (JFK / KJFK)
USA - New York, Late 1960's
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G-ASGH (cn 858) A front row view of this BOAC Super VC10 as the ground crew ready her for another long haul flight out of JFK. A TWA Convair 880 taxis in to the gates in the distance. Note the gantry used to service the rear galley as a means of avoiding the two paired starboard RR 43D Conways. On the lower left, the flight engineer begins his pre-flight ground checks. GH was used by BOAC/BA for 16 years, before being withdrawn in 1981; then used by the RAF for spares, until finally broken up in 1987.
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Photo ID: 2170709
Views: 8656
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BEA - British European Airways
Vickers 951 Vanguard
Glasgow - International (Abbotsinch) (GLA / EGPF)
UK - Scotland, November 1969
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G-APEA (cn 704) On your next flight, imagine finding yourself at the door of a Vanguard after your short journey down the air bridge. BEA modified its Vanguards to use air bridges by the removal of the remaining fleet’s front folding airstairs. Of course, this omission necessitated the use of conventional truck stairs for front door traffic at more primitive airports. In this shot, dappled by a morning sun, the previous night’s snow slowly melts as G-APEA prepares for its first flight of the day.
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Photo ID: 2165766
Views: 7213
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British Midland Airways - BMA
Vickers 736 Viscount
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UK - England, October 1968
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G-AODG (cn 77) BMA was the last of many owners, acquiring G-AODG in June, 1967. During the approach to East Midlands Airport, on 20th February, 1969, with a snowstorm blowing, the pilot landed 1000 feet short of the runway, collapsing the nose gear and breaking the cabin in two. Still attached to the keel, the rear fuselage dropped to the ground, from the front of the third cabin window shown in the photo. Although there was a full load, no fatalities resulted from this close call with fate. G-AODG was a W/O.
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Photo ID: 2165057
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British European Airways
Vickers 953 Vanguard
In Flight
UK - England, March 17, 1968
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G-APEN (cn 717) BEA named this aircraft VALIANT. Their all Y-configured 953s seated 135 passengers. This rear cabin seated 23, with a toilet and coat storage to the rear. The main galley is behind the right bulkhead, with the stowed airstairs opposite. All forward bulkheads had rear-facing seats with floor-mounted folding tables. The gold embossed crown motif on the bulkheads was meant to give the eye a fixed focal point so that the 3 cabins appeared more room-like.
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Photo ID: 2074409
Views: 25921
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BEA - British European Airways
De Havilland DH-121 Trident 1C
In Flight
International Airspace, June 1967
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It's just the beginning of the Summer of Love, but some of the passengers on this BEA flight don't seem too excited. Maybe it's because the postmodern style of this cabin's decor is at odds with the wild psychedelic colours of 1967. A mixture of forward and backward facing seats allowed passengers to keep an eye on each other.
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Photo ID: 2072383
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BOAC
Vickers VC10 Srs1101
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International Airspace, Late 1960's
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G-ARV* Anticipating the imminent arrival of the widebody jets, around 1968 BOAC installed overhead lockers on their VC10 and 707 fleets. The colourful environment compares well to today's blizzard-white airliner interiors. Passengers enjoyed the luxury of individual adjustable air vents, no doubt to help blow away the cigarette smoke of their fellow travellers. The cabin crew's uniforms hark back to a time when even flying economy was glamorous. A hushed cabin resulted from the rear mounted R-R Conways.
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Photo ID: 2065472
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Boeing 707-...
In Flight
Unknown, January 12, 1963
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Welcome aboard this mystery flight of the 12th of January, 1963. I thought this might be BOAC, but the all grey seats were not typical of their Gaby Schreiber designed interior. If you can fill in the gaps, please e-mail me.
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Photo ID: 2064980
Views: 10076
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Trans-Canada Air Lines - TCA
Vickers 952 Vanguard
Farnborough (FAB / EGLF)
UK - England, September 1960
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CF-TKB / 902 (cn 725) Press photographers snap away as a gleaming CF-TKB prepares to show its worth at the 1960 Farnborough Airshow. Still fitted with developmental Tynes, she wouldn't earn her C of A until December. TKB entered service in Canada on 1st of April, 1961, mainly flying TCA's eastern North American routes.
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Photo ID: 2063259
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BEA - British European Airways
Vickers 951 Vanguard
London - Heathrow (LHR / EGLL)
UK - England, 1972
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G-APED (cn 707) This BEA Vanguard interior is still looking good after 11 years of front-line service. The following year she was withdrawn and broken up at BEA's LHR base, with 23,975 hours on the clock. BEA named each Vanguard, and this view of "Defiance" shows the mid-cabin from the last few rows, through to the toilet enclosures at the propeller plane, and on to the front cabin, with its galley just behind the final starboard bulkhead. The "Silver Wing" first class service occupied 18 seats in a purple rear cabin.
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Photo ID: 2062417
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BEA - British European Airways
Vickers 95... Vanguard
In Flight
UK - Northern Ireland, Mid 1960's
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G-APE* Starboard wing view showing Vanguard's large fowler-type flaps on the approach setting, just before landing finals. Note the striking red painted wings of BEA's Red Square livery. Also in view is the overflow/vent manifold, and the vortex generator strip on the outer wing used to prevent a tendency to roll at the stall.
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Photo ID: 2044540
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Vickers 953 Vanguard
In Flight
UK - England, August 1964
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G-APEK (cn 714) It's August, 1964 and it looks like evey seat is occupied on this 85-minute flight from LHR to GLA. BEA's 135-passenger 953s were all Y configured and this mid-cabin seated 77. A view out of the big 26 by 19 inch windows revealed red painted wings. Listen carefully, maybe you can even hear the Beatles singing "A Hard Day's Night" over the thrum of those big 17-foot props.
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Photo ID: 0332941
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Dan-Air London
De Havilland DH-106 Comet 4
Duxford (EGSU)
UK - England, August 1987
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G-APDB (cn 06403) This aircraft inaugarated the world's first scheduled trans-Atlantic jet service as BOAC on 4 October, 1958. The interior dates from Dan Air's inclusive-tour days up to 1974.
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