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ZZ336 “Vespina” is a Royal Air Force Airbus A330-243 MRTT aircraft that was delivered to Air Tanker in December 2012 registered as G-VYGG and subsequently delivered to the Royal Air Force at ZZ336 in September 2015 and is powered by 2 x Roll Royce Trent 772B-60 engines. In 2016 the aircraft was refitted to become the official aircraft for the Royal Family, the Prime Minister and senior government officials.

Airbus A330 Voyager KC.Mk 2 ZZ336

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Nose art of C-47A-65-DL, serial number 42-100558 and was built by the Douglas Aircraft Company in Long Beach, California. Based at Membury in Berkshire, England from 1944 and given the nickname and nose art of ‘Buzz Buggy’, this C-47 served with the 81st Troop Carrier Squadron, 436th Troop Carrier Group and participated in the airborne assaults on Normandy, southern France, Holland and Germany.

Nose Art - C-47 Skytrain 42-100558

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Nose art of B-29 Superfortress 42-24623 “Thumper” Square A 21 of the 870th Squadron of the 497th Bomb Group. This was the first aircraft to return to the USA after completing 40 missions and subsequently went on a bond-selling tour.

Thumper - Nose Art of B-29 42-24623

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B-29 Superfortress 42-24623 “Thumper” Square A 21 of the 870th Squadron of the 497th Bomb Group . This was the first aircraft to return to the USA after completing 40 missions and subsequently went on a bond-selling tour. The small Japanese “Rising Sun” flags denote a claimed kill of a Japanese aircraft by the gunners - note the 6 on one mission on the 27th January 1945 to Tokyo.

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B-29A-50-BN 44-61894 delivered to the USAF on 28th Jun 1945 and modified to TB-29A assigned to 247th AAF Base, Kansas reassigned to the 9th Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group, Fort Worth. Involved in a landing accident, after repair assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane. Was transferred to the RAF as Washington B.1 WF502 on 15th Jan 1951 assigned to 90 Sqn RAF Marham with code WP-O. The aircraft crashed on the night of 8th Jan 1953 near Llanarmon-yn-lâl, Denbighshire killing all 10 occupants.

Boeing B-29 Washington WF502

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Boeing 737- Max 8 of Oman Air A40-MF. Vinyl Sticker

Boeing 737 Max 8 of Oman Air - A40-MF

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Vinyl sticker of Oman Air Boeing 737-800 A40-BAH which was delivered to Oman Air in March 2017. MSN 41354 Line Number 6307.

Oman Air Boeing 737-800 A40-BAH

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AW650 Argosy series 101 serial number 6652 was delivered to Riddle Airlines in the USA as N6507R in August 1961 then sold to Zantop Air Transport as N602Z 1964 and then sold to Universal Airlines in 1966 and was registered as N890U. In 1974 the aircraft was sold to Field Aircraft Services Ltd of the UK and registered as G-APRL, the registration is was to wear for the remainder of its operational life. The aircraft was delivered to the Midland Air Museum in 1987 where it is on static display.

Armstrong Whitworth AW650 Argosy

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AW660 Argosy E.1 serial number 6795 was delivered to the RAF in 1963 and could accommodate 69 troops, 48 stretcher cases or 29,000 lb of loose or wheeled freight. XR140 named “Jason” was built as a C Mk 1 having its maiden flight on 19th August 1963 and was delivered to 114 Squadron transferring to 242 Operational Conversion Unit in 1965, moving back to 114 in 1969. In 1970 the aircraft was converted to an E.1 flight calibration aircraft and transferred to 115 Squadron.

Armstrong Whitworth AW660 Argosy

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PBY-5A (Model 28-5A) BuNo. 04989 was one of 12 aircraft diverted from a USAAF order on 11 March 1942 and delivered to the RAF as a Catalina Mk.IIIA FP-529. The aircraft served with 119  303 Squadrons as well as 131 Operational Training Unit (OTU) on the North Atlantic Ferry Service. The Catalina Mk.IIIA was the only amphibious aircraft to see RAF service. The aircraft was struck off charge on 1st August 1944.

Consolidated PBY Catalina Mk.3A

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XM575 a Vulcan B.2A was delivered to No. 617 (Dambuster) Squadron in May 1963 at RAF Scampton. In May 1975 it was allocated to 101 Squadron and then to 50 Squadron, finally being assigned to 44 Squadron in June 1978. In October 1982 the aircraft took part in the Falklands victory flypast over London. In January 1983 she flew to her new home at the East midland Aeropark, East Midlands Airport, Castle Donnington, United Kingdom and given the registration G-BLMC

Avro Vulcan B.2 XM575

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Boulton Paul Defiant Mk.1 N3133 serial number 297 served with No. 264 Squadron as P-PS in the night fighter role based at West Malling in Kent. N3133 was the regular mount of Spitfire Ace Sqn Ldr Philip Sanders who became the CO of 264 in June 1941.

Boulton Paul Defiant Mk.1

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Spitfire Mk 1A N3223 ‘PR-M’ first flew on 3rd December 1939 and went to 8MU on 13th December 1939 and issued to 609 Squadron on 25th April 1940. The aircraft flew through the Battle of Britain being flown by Sgt Alan F Feary and later by Flying Officer (later Gp Capt) Tadeusz Norierski of Poland. On the 5th October 1940 the undercarriage jammed up and Fg Off T. Norierski bailed out of the aircraft which subsequently crashed near Middle Wallop.

Supermarine Spitfire Mk1

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Airbus A380-861 A6-EEB painted in the Arsenal football team livery.  A6-EEB had its first flight on 11th May 2012 being delivered to Emirates the next month. The aircraft is configured with 14 First Class, 76 Business Class and 427 Economy seats. The aircraft is powered by 4 x GP7270 engines.

Arsenal Football Team - A380-861 of Emirates

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Airbus A340-561 of Emirates in Arsenal football Team livery. This Airbus A340-541 msn694 was delivered new to Emirates Airways in September 2005 and is powered by 4 x Trent 556 A2-61’s. The aircraft was retired in April 2015, the last A340 to leave the Emirates fleet. The aircraft was bought by Airbus Financial Services and is stored with Global Aviation.

Arsenal Football Team Livery A340-561 of Emirates

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B-24 Liberator III FK228 ‘M’ (ex USAAF B-24D-CO 41-11692) of 120 Squadron RAF Coastal Command equipped with ASV Mk.II. The aircraft entered service on 21st February 1943. The aircraft was struck of charge in July 1945. The Consolidated B-24 Liberator was a United States Heavy Bomber known as the Model 32 serving with all branches of the US armed forces and many allied air forces and navies.

Consolidated B-24 Liberator III

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B-17G-85-BO 43-38382 ‘Queenie’ was delivered on the 27th July 1944 and was assigned to 391st Bomber Squadron of the 34th Bomber Group on the 17th August 1944. The aircraft carried out 76 missions in Europe. The aircraft returned to the USA on 20th June 1945 and was sold as scrap on 19 December 1945

Boeing B-17G Queenie

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This high resolution Info-graphic Poster of the AVRO Lancaster family from the original Manchester to the Shackleton AEW2. The poster includes the Manchester, Lancaster, Lancastrian, York, Lincoln, York, Shackleton MR1 and Shackleton AEW2 aircraft.  The Manchester was a twin engined bomber. The Lancaster was the four engined version of the Manchester and was the mainstay of Bomber Command during World War 2.

Avro Lancaster Family

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The Airborne Early Warning (AEW) aircraft was produced from modified MR2 Shackleton aircraft as a stop gap measure when the Royal Navy’s Fleet Air Arm Fairey Gannets were withdrawn in 1972. 12 aircraft were modified for use in the role, the aircraft were named after characters in the Magic Roundabout and The Herbs TV series. It was initially intended to operate the aircraft in the role until replaced by the Nimrod AEW3.

Avro Shackleton AEW2

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The Shackleton was a long range maritime patrol aircraft used by the RAF & South African Air Force (SAAF). The aircraft was developed from the Lincoln bomber and Tudor airliner in the late 1940s as a response to the development of the Soviet Navy. The aircrafts inner wing and tail unit was from the Lincoln whilst the outer wing was from the Tudor. The engines were the Rolls-Royce Griffon which was more powerful and slower revving than the Merlin used in previous aircraft.

Avro Shackleton MR1A

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The Avro Tudor was designed to specification 29/43, a commercial adaptation of the Lincoln bomber, prior to this civilian transport aircraft development had been ceded to the United States. The Tudor I was designed by Roy Chadwick using the Merlin engines and wing of the Lincoln married to a new circular cross section fuselage and tailplane. The Tudor was to become the first British pressurised civilian transport.

Avro Tudor IVB Super Trader

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The Avro Lincoln was designed to specification B.14/43 for an improved piston-engined heavy bomber to replace the Short Stirling, Handley Page Halifax and Avro Lancaster. Initially designated as the Lancaster IV & V the aircraft was developed from the Lancaster I but with numerous improvements including a stronger, longer span wing with a higher aspect ratio.

Avro Lincoln II

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Bombardier Q400 of the UK commuter airline Flybe. This drawing is of G-ECOT.

Bombardier Q400 of Flybe

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The Short 360, also known as the SD3-60 is a commuter and freight aircraft built in Northern Ireland between 1981 and 1991. N808KR s/n 3734 was delivered to American Eagle on 3rd May 1988 as N164DD.

Short 360

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Avro York C.1 G-AGJC construction number 1209 was named Malmesbury and delivered to BOAC on 17th April 1944 and the registration was cancelled on 22nd November 1957.

Avro Model 685 York C.1

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The Avro Lancastrian was a passenger and mail transport aircraft of the 1940s and 1950s and was developed from the Lancaster bomber. In 1943 Victory aircraft of Canada converted a Lancaster X bomber for civil transport duties with Trans-Canada Airlines (TCA) by removing the armament and armour, adding a streamlined nose and tail fairing, and adding two 400 gal long-range tanks in the bomb bay.

Avro Model 691 Lancastrian

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HL7460 is a Boeing 747-400 (4B5) is powered by 4 x Pratt & Whitney PW4056 engines and is S/N25404 Line Number 1107 and was delivered in march 1997 and was withdrawn from service on 1st September 2018. The aircraft is now flying with Kalitta Air in the USA where it is registered as N785CK.

Boeing 747-400 of Korean Air

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ZZ335 is a Royal Air Force Airbus A330-243 MRTT aircraft that was delivered to Air Tanker in July 2013 registered as G-VYGF and subsequently delivered to the Royal Air Force at ZZ335 in August 2013 and is powered by 2 x Roll Royce Trent 772B-60 engines. The aircraft is operated by No’s 10 and 101 Squadrons based at RAF Brize Norton. Available as an A3 and A4 print.

Airbus A330 Voyager KC.Mk 3

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A drawing with the British built jet airliners, this includes the de Havilland Comet, Hawker Siddeley Trident, Vickers VC-10, BAC 1-11 Concorde and the BAE 146 / AVRO RJ.

British Jet Airliners

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G-AOVT was the eighteenth Series 312 Bristol Britannia first flown on 17 December 1958 and was delivered to the British Overseas Airways Corporation. Carrying the serial number 13427, she initially served between London and New York.  Purchased by British Eagle International Airlines on 13 September 1963 and named ‘Enterprise’, flying schedule and charter services. G-AOVT was sold to Monarch Airlines on 18 August 1968. She completed the last commercial passenger flight in Europe by a Bristol…

Bristol Britannia 312 of Monarch Airlines

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This high resolution Poster of the Boeing Civil Jet aircraft range and includes the B770, B717, B727, B737 family, B747 family, B757, B767, B777, B787 and 367-80 giving details of the the aircraft and the particular aircraft drawn. Available as an A1 size print.

Boeing Jetliners Poster - Layout B

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This high resolution Poster of the Boeing Civil Jet aircraft range and includes the B770, B717, B727, B737 family, B747 family, B757, B767, B777, B787 and 367-80 giving details of the the aircraft and the particular aircraft drawn. Available as an A1 size print.

Boeing Jet Airliners - Layout A

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This high resolution Poster of the Airbus Civil aircraft range and includes the A300, A310, A320 family, A330, A340, A350, A380 and A220 giving details of the the aircraft and the drawing.  There are two layouts, both include all the aircraft and version B shows company milestones and manufacturing details.

Airbus Civil Aircraft

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This high resolution Poster of the Airbus Civil aircraft range and includes the A300, A310, A320 family, A330, A340, A350, A380 and A220 giving details of the the aircraft and the drawing.  There are two layouts, both include all the aircraft and version B shows company milestones and manufacturing details.

Airbus Civil Aircraft Family

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G-ACSP Black Magic was owned and flown by Jim Mollison and his wife Amy (nee Johnson, the famous pilot). The race started at 6:30a.m. on 20th October 1934. They managed to fly directly to Baghdad and arrived in Karachi at 4:53a.m. setting a new England to India record. After taking off from Karachi they had to return due to a landing gear problem, after the next take off they then returned as they had the wrong map.

de Havilland DH88 Comet G-ACSP Black Magic

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G-ACSR this was the third Comet entered into the race and was owned by Bernard Rubin and painted British Racing Green. The owner intended to fly the aircraft himself with Ken Waller in the race but pulled out at the last minute due to illness with Owen Cathcart Jones taking his place. The aircraft overflew Baghdad in the dark and landed by a village when they ran low on fuel. Leaving at first light the next day, the aircraft just made Baghdad.

de Havilland DH88 Comet G-ACSR

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G-ACSS Grosvenor House was bought by Arthur Edwards, owner of the Grosvenor House hotel, hence the name. He engaged Flt. Lt C.W.A. Scott and Captain Tom Campbell Black to crew the aircraft for the race. The race started at 6:30a.m. on 20th October 1934. Besides the compulsory stops, the aircraft only stopped once to refuel at Kirkuk. After taking off from Darwin the port engine started having problems and was flown at reduced power for the remainder of the race.

de Havilland DH88 Comet G-ACSS Grosvenor House

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Short Sunderland Mk.V SZ576 of 201 Squadron RAF Coastal Command. Post war, the Sunderland took part in the Berlin Airlift and was also used during the Korean War with the aircraft finally being phased out in 1961 when they were replaced by the Avro Shackleton.

Short Sunderland Mk.V

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Mustang P51K 44-11564 “Princess Jocelyn” was operated by the 356th Fighter Group 359th Fighter Squadron coded OC-W (it also was wore the code OC-C at some stage) and shown in its colours when at RAF Martlesham Heath in 1945.  The North American P51 Mustang was an American long range fighter used during World War 2 and the Korean War.

North American P51K Mustang

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SW494 is a Typhoon Mk.1B and was coded EL-F whilst serving with 181 Squadron.  The Hawker Typhoon, known as the Tiffy in the RAF was a single seat fighter-bomber. The Typhoon was the intended replacement for the Hawker Hurricane and the design of the Typhoon started before the Hurricane entered service.

Hawker Typhoon

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This high resolution Info-graphic Poster of the iconic aircraft that served in RAF Bomber Command during World War 2. The poster features the Armstrong Whitworth Whitley, Bristol Blenheim, Fairey Battle, Handley Page Hampden, Vickers Wellington, Short Stirling, Handley Page Halifax, de Havilland Mosquito, Avro manchester and Avro Lancaster. The poster gives leading details including maximum speed, range, altitude crew numbers and bomb load.

RAF Bombers of WW2

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The Avro Manchester was a British Twin engined medium bomber developed by AVRO. The design was to meet Air Ministry Specification P.13/36 of 1936 with its maiden flight being on the 25th July 1939 and entered service in November 1940. The design used the Rolls Royce Vulture 24 cylinder X block engine, which was in effect two 12 cylinder V engines mounted on top of each other. It was designed to develop 1,760hp (1,310kW) but proved so unreliable that it had to be de-rated to 1,480hp…

AVRO Manchester Mk1A

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Handley Page Hampden Mk.I AD972 (EQ-A) of 408 Squadron Royal Canadian Air Force, RAF. Damaged on combat operations on the night of 7-8 November1941. As they were crossing the Dutch coast near Ijsselmeer, Friesland, returning from bombing a target in Germany, the aircraft was attacked by a Messerschmitt Bf.110 night-fighter. The aircraft was immediately put into a diving cork-screw to port manoeuvre to evade the night fighter, and contact was lost with the enemy aircraft.

Handley Page HP.52 Hampden

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The Diamond DA62 is a five to seven seat light twin aircraft produced by the Austrian manufacturer Diamond Aircraft. The aircraft is powered by two Austrpo AE330 diesel engines that burn Jet A fuel, the same fuel as used by jet aircraft. The aircraft has been on sale since July 2015 and is used as a private, utility and trainer aircraft.

Diamond DA62 Light Twin Aircraft

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Whitley MkIII K8950 DY-M of 102 Squadron RAF. Take Off from RAF Driffield 2355 hrs on the night of 8/9th September 1939 for a leaflet dropping mission to The Ruhr, Germany and was Shot down by Flak over Thuringia, crashing near Kassel, Germany. All the crew survived and became first complete bomber crew to be taken into captivity The Armstrong Whitworth Whitley was a British twin engined medium bomber, one of the three types of twin engined bomber in service with the RAF at the outbreak of…

Armstrong Whitworth Whitley

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Bristol Blenheim Mk1 K7041 serving with 114 Squadron RAF. On 8th April 1938 the aircraft was written off when an engine failed and the undercarriage jammed causing the aircraft to belly land at RAF Wyton, Huntingdonshire. There were no injuries to the crew.

Bristol Blenheim Mk1

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The Wellington was a British twin engined long range medium bomber of World War 2. The aircraft was designed in the mid 1930’s by Vickers Armstrong. A key feature of the aircraft was the geodetic structure designed by Barnes Wallis. The Wellington was the principle night bomber of the RAF during the early years of the Second World War

Vickers Wellington Mk1C

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The Mosquito TT Mk39 is probably the only ugly Mosquito. The TT Mk 39 was a target tug converted from B XVI which was a bomber variant with a pressure cabin. The aircraft had a modified bomb bay capable of holding 1 x 4,000lb bomb. The conversion allowed the carriage of 4 crew, the extra crew were one to observe through the forward glazed nose and one to control the towed target from the glazed fairing in the rear fuselage.

de Havilland Mosquito TT Mk 39

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de Havilland Mosquito bomber Mk XVI ML963 of 571 Squadron. This is a project for an infograph of the Mosquito. The Mosquito, also known as the 'Wooden Wonder' the Mosquito was a British light bomber of World War II powered by two Rolls Royce Merlin engines. The aircraft was so fast the bomber version did not carry defensive weapons. As well as bomber versions, the aircraft was also produced in day fighter, night fighter, intruder, reconnaissance and fast transport versions.

de Havilland Mosquito

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The 727-100QF of UPS has been drawn for issue 1 of the Western Jet Airliners magazine. The 727-100QF is a cargo conversion for United Parcel Service and re-engined with Rolls Royce Tay turbofans which are stage 3 compliant. Want to know more then visit our site.

Boeing 727-100QF of UPS

The 727-100QF of UPS has been drawn for issue 1 of the Western Jet Airliners magazine. The 727-100QF is a cargo conversion for United Parcel Service and re-engined with Rolls Royce Tay turbofans which are stage 3 compliant. Want to know more then visit our site.

Short Stirling GT Mark IV LK137 code 8E-N served with 295 Squadron Royal Air Force was a glider tug and troop carrier which served during D-Day. The Stirling was the first of the RAF’s four engined heavy bombers to enter service in World War 2. The aircraft was originally developed as the S.29 receiving the name Stirling when it entered production.

Short Stirling

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The Armstrong Whitworth Albemarle was originally designed as a medium bomber for the Royal Air Force in World War 2. However in service it was inferior to other aircraft designed for this role so the Albemarle was used for special operations including paratroop dropping and glider towing participating in the Invasion of Sicily, D-Day and Operation Market Garden. A total of 602 aircraft were delivered.

Armstrong Whitworth Albemarle

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The Boeing 727 was Boeing's only three engined Jet Airliner. This is an image of the prototype N7001U in United Airlines colours in which it flew..

Boeing 727 Prototype - United Airlines colours.

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Getting ready for the launch of the Jet Airliners magazine and here are two of the images that will be in the first issue, the Boeing 727 prototype N7001U in Boeing colours.

Boeing 727 Prototype N7001U Boeing colours

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A new exciting series of 36 bi-monthly magazines covering every Western Jet Airliner that has entered service.  Each issue looks at one aircraft and one engine as well as having articles on a technical subjects, an airline profile and either an airframe or engine manufacturer profile or an article on a general jet airliner subject.  Each issue includes unique drawings of the aircraft, engine, airline and general subjects.

Western Jet Airliners

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This poster shows the main aircraft involved with the airborne element of D-Day. These are the Handley Page Halifax, Short Stirling, Armstrong whitworth Albemarle, Douglas C47 Skytrain / Dakota, GAL Hamilcar, Airspeed Horsa and Waco CG-4.

D-Day Airborne Forces Aircraft

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In 2019 British Airways celebrates 100 years of service. The print shows the four specially painted aircraft. The aircraft on the drawing are: Boeing 747-436 G-BYGC in BOAC (British Overseas Airways Corporation) livery. Boeing 747-436 G-BNLY in British Airways Landor livery (1984 to 1997). Boeing 747-436 G-CIVB in British Airways Negus livery (1974-1984). Airbus A319 G-EUPJ in BEA (British European Airways) livery. Boeing 787-9 G-ZBKB in Chatham Dockyard livery.

100 years of British Airways

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To celebrate 100 years of British Airways this Boeing 747-436, powered by 4 x Rolls Royce RB211-524G engines and configured with 14 First Class, 52 Club World, 36 World Traveller Plus and 235 World Traveller seats.  G-CIVB msn 25811 Line Number 1018 was delivered on 15th February 1994. The aircraft was painted in a BA Negus (1974-1984) retro colour scheme to celebrate the anniversary in March 2019.

British Airways 747-400 in Negus retro livery

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This British Airways Boeing 747-436 is powered by 4 x Rolls Royce RB211-524G engines and is configured with 14 First Class, 52 Club World, 36 World Traveller Plus and 235 World Traveller seats.  G-BNLY msn 27090 Line Number 959 was delivered on 10th February 1993. The aircraft was painted in a BA Landor retro colour scheme to celebrate the anniversary in March 2019.

British Airways B747-400 Landor - 100 Years

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This British Airways Boeing 777-336ER is powered by 2 x General Electric GE90-115B engines and is configured with 14 First Class, 56 Club World and 44 World Traveller Plus and 183 World Traveller seats. G-STBA S/N40542 LN:879 was delivered on 18th August 2010.

British Airways Boeing 777-336ER

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The British Airways Boeing 787-9 is powered by the Rolls Royce Trent 1000 and is configured for 8 First Class, 42 Club World, 39 World Traveller Plus and 127 World Traveller passengers. G-ZBKB S/N38617 LN:357 was delivered 21st October 2015.

British Airways Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner

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This high resolution cockpit Poster for the Airbus A220 (Bombardier C Series) is based on official Airbus drawings and cockpit photographs. The poster helps you familiarise yourself with the layout of the cockpit or may be used by flight sim users to check on the locations of panels & switches.

Airbus A220 Cockpit Poster

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This is a cockpit diagram of the ATR 42 / 72 - 600 commuter aircraft. The diagram shows all the screens plus the system pages. The - 600 is the updated glass cockpit version of the best selling ATR aircraft.

ATR 42 / 72 -600

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The Diamond DA40 is a light aircraft used for sport, light transport and training. This poster is used for training purposes and we have both petrol and diesel versions.

Diamond DA40/F/XLT and NG

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The 747 is an iconic aircraft, this poster shows the cockpit of the "Classic", that is the -100/-200/-300 and SP. The poster also shows profiles of the aircraft and a typical seating plan. Available as a print and as a digital download.

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This high resolution cockpit Poster for the Cessna 172SP Light Aircraft with Cessna Nav III with Garmin G1000 and is based on official Cessna & Garmin drawings, documents and cockpit photographs. Available as digital download and print.

Cessna 172SP with Nav III (G1000)

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The Diamond DA62 is a five to seven seat light twin aircraft produced by the Austrian manufacturer Diamond Aircraft. The aircraft is powered by two Austrpo AE330 diesel engines that burn Jet A fuel, the same fuel as used by jet aircraft. The aircraft has been on sale since July 2015 and is used as a private, utility and trainer aircraft.

Diamond DA62 Cockpit Poster

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de Havilland DH98 Mosquito cockpit and aircraft profile. The profile is of B Mk XVI ML963 8K-K of 571 Squadron. This drawing gives a guide to the cockpit instruments and controls.

de Haviland DH98 Mosquito

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This poster is the cockpit of the Lockheed L-1011 TriStar 500 also known as the L ten eleven. The TriStar first flew in November 1970 and entered service in 1972. The shorter fuselage and longer range -500 first flew in 1978 and 50 were built. The aircraft was powered by the Rolls Royce RB211.

Lockheed L-1011 TriStar 500 cockpit diagram

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ZZ336 “Vespina” is a Royal Air Force Airbus A330-243 MRTT aircraft that was delivered to Air Tanker in December 2012 registered as G-VYGG and subsequently delivered to the Royal Air Force at ZZ336 in September 2015 and is powered by 2 x Roll Royce Trent 772B-60 engines. In 2016 the aircraft was refitted to become the official aircraft for the Royal Family, the Prime Minister and senior government officials.

Airbus A330 Voyager KC.Mk 2 ZZ336

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Nose art of C-47A-65-DL, serial number 42-100558 and was built by the Douglas Aircraft Company in Long Beach, California. Based at Membury in Berkshire, England from 1944 and given the nickname and nose art of ‘Buzz Buggy’, this C-47 served with the 81st Troop Carrier Squadron, 436th Troop Carrier Group and participated in the airborne assaults on Normandy, southern France, Holland and Germany.

Nose Art - C-47 Skytrain 42-100558

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Nose art of B-29 Superfortress 42-24623 “Thumper” Square A 21 of the 870th Squadron of the 497th Bomb Group. This was the first aircraft to return to the USA after completing 40 missions and subsequently went on a bond-selling tour.

Thumper - Nose Art of B-29 42-24623

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This high resolution cockpit Poster for the Airbus A220 (Bombardier C Series) is based on official Airbus drawings and cockpit photographs. The poster helps you familiarise yourself with the layout of the cockpit or may be used by flight sim users to check on the locations of panels & switches.

Airbus A220 Cockpit Poster

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B-29 Superfortress 42-24623 “Thumper” Square A 21 of the 870th Squadron of the 497th Bomb Group . This was the first aircraft to return to the USA after completing 40 missions and subsequently went on a bond-selling tour. The small Japanese “Rising Sun” flags denote a claimed kill of a Japanese aircraft by the gunners - note the 6 on one mission on the 27th January 1945 to Tokyo.

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B-29A-50-BN 44-61894 delivered to the USAF on 28th Jun 1945 and modified to TB-29A assigned to 247th AAF Base, Kansas reassigned to the 9th Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group, Fort Worth. Involved in a landing accident, after repair assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane. Was transferred to the RAF as Washington B.1 WF502 on 15th Jan 1951 assigned to 90 Sqn RAF Marham with code WP-O. The aircraft crashed on the night of 8th Jan 1953 near Llanarmon-yn-lâl, Denbighshire killing all 10 occupants.

Boeing B-29 Washington WF502

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Boeing 737- Max 8 of Oman Air A40-MF. Vinyl Sticker

Boeing 737 Max 8 of Oman Air - A40-MF

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Vinyl sticker of Oman Air Boeing 737-800 A40-BAH which was delivered to Oman Air in March 2017. MSN 41354 Line Number 6307.

Oman Air Boeing 737-800 A40-BAH

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AW650 Argosy series 101 serial number 6652 was delivered to Riddle Airlines in the USA as N6507R in August 1961 then sold to Zantop Air Transport as N602Z 1964 and then sold to Universal Airlines in 1966 and was registered as N890U. In 1974 the aircraft was sold to Field Aircraft Services Ltd of the UK and registered as G-APRL, the registration is was to wear for the remainder of its operational life. The aircraft was delivered to the Midland Air Museum in 1987 where it is on static display.

Armstrong Whitworth AW650 Argosy

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AW660 Argosy E.1 serial number 6795 was delivered to the RAF in 1963 and could accommodate 69 troops, 48 stretcher cases or 29,000 lb of loose or wheeled freight. XR140 named “Jason” was built as a C Mk 1 having its maiden flight on 19th August 1963 and was delivered to 114 Squadron transferring to 242 Operational Conversion Unit in 1965, moving back to 114 in 1969. In 1970 the aircraft was converted to an E.1 flight calibration aircraft and transferred to 115 Squadron.

Armstrong Whitworth AW660 Argosy

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PBY-5A (Model 28-5A) BuNo. 04989 was one of 12 aircraft diverted from a USAAF order on 11 March 1942 and delivered to the RAF as a Catalina Mk.IIIA FP-529. The aircraft served with 119  303 Squadrons as well as 131 Operational Training Unit (OTU) on the North Atlantic Ferry Service. The Catalina Mk.IIIA was the only amphibious aircraft to see RAF service. The aircraft was struck off charge on 1st August 1944.

Consolidated PBY Catalina Mk.3A

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XM575 a Vulcan B.2A was delivered to No. 617 (Dambuster) Squadron in May 1963 at RAF Scampton. In May 1975 it was allocated to 101 Squadron and then to 50 Squadron, finally being assigned to 44 Squadron in June 1978. In October 1982 the aircraft took part in the Falklands victory flypast over London. In January 1983 she flew to her new home at the East midland Aeropark, East Midlands Airport, Castle Donnington, United Kingdom and given the registration G-BLMC

Avro Vulcan B.2 XM575

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XM575 a Vulcan B.2A was delivered to No. 617 (Dambuster) Squadron in May 1963 at RAF Scampton. In May 1975 it was allocated to 101 Squadron and then to 50 Squadron, finally being assigned to 44 Squadron in June 1978. In October 1982 the aircraft took part in the Falklands victory flypast over London. In January 1983 she flew to her new home at the East midland Aeropark, East Midlands Airport, Castle Donnington, United Kingdom and given the registration G-BLMC

Avro Vulcan B.2 XM575

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Boulton Paul Defiant Mk.1 N3133 serial number 297 served with No. 264 Squadron as P-PS in the night fighter role based at West Malling in Kent. N3133 was the regular mount of Spitfire Ace Sqn Ldr Philip Sanders who became the CO of 264 in June 1941.

Boulton Paul Defiant Mk.1

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Spitfire Mk 1A N3223 ‘PR-M’ first flew on 3rd December 1939 and went to 8MU on 13th December 1939 and issued to 609 Squadron on 25th April 1940. The aircraft flew through the Battle of Britain being flown by Sgt Alan F Feary and later by Flying Officer (later Gp Capt) Tadeusz Norierski of Poland. On the 5th October 1940 the undercarriage jammed up and Fg Off T. Norierski bailed out of the aircraft which subsequently crashed near Middle Wallop.

Supermarine Spitfire Mk1

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Airbus A380-861 A6-EEB painted in the Arsenal football team livery.  A6-EEB had its first flight on 11th May 2012 being delivered to Emirates the next month. The aircraft is configured with 14 First Class, 76 Business Class and 427 Economy seats. The aircraft is powered by 4 x GP7270 engines.

Arsenal Football Team - A380-861 of Emirates

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