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BOAC Standard VC10 (Series 1100) G-ARVB (c/n: 805) over Johannesburg (South Africa) at low level, conducting Tropical Trials in October 1963. Captain Bill Cairns in command.

British Overseas Airways Corporation - BOAC Vickers G-ARVB in low level flight over Johannesburg during tropical climate trials, October Captain Bill Cairns is in command.

Manchester Airport - The arrival of Boeing 747-136 of BOAC, the first wide bodied aircraft to land there. A BAC-111 G-AWNC of Caledonian is parked in front. 17th August.1970

Manchester Airport - The arrival of Boeing of BOAC, the first wide bodied aircraft to land there. A G-AWNC of Caledonian is parked in front.

BEA Trident

BEA Trident

ATR-72-600. Siglas del francoitaliano Avion de Transporte Regional (su nombre se lee en frances e italiano). Introducido en 1988, capaz para 72 pasajeros, volando a una velocidad maxima de 511 kh a un maximo de 1650 kms, con un techo de 7600 mts es el hermano grande del ATR 42 (por su capacidad estándar de pasajeros). Es un avion muy usado en rutas cortas en America y Europa, tambien cuenta con su version carguero usado por aerolineas especializadas en este tipo se servicio.

Photo taken at Edinburgh - Turnhouse (EDI / EGPH) in Scotland, United Kingdom on July

British Airways BAC-111 G-BBMG being deiced at Birmingham, February 1985.

British Airways G-BBMG being deiced at Birmingham, February

De Havilland DH-106 Comet 4B - BEA - British European Airways (Olympic) | Aviation Photo #1547408 | Airliners.net

De Havilland DH-106 Comet 4B - BEA - British European Airways (Olympic) | Aviation Photo #1547408 | Airliners.net

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