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G-ARRW Avro 748 Srs 1 BKS Air Transport LHR 09MAY64

G-ARRW Avro 748 Srs 1 BKS Air Transport LHR 09MAY64

Britannia Airways Boeing 737 G-AXNA Cargo loading Horses Dublin -  ORIGINAL PRINT -  9.5 x 7 inches BY002

Britannia Airways Boeing 737 G-AXNA Cargo loading Horses Dublin - ORIGINAL PRINT - 9.5 x 7 inches BY002

Britannia Airways Boeing 737 G-AXNA Cargo loading Horses Dublin - ORIGINAL PRINT - 9.5 x 7 inches BY002

Inter European Airways - IEA Boeing 737-4S3 G-IEAE and Boeing 757-236 G-IEAD at London-Gatwick, September 1992. A Cardiff based charter airline, IEA operated between 1987 and 1993. (Photo: Soren Madsen - CPH Aviation)

Inter European Airways - IEA Boeing G-IEAE and Boeing G-IEAD at London-Gatwick, September A Cardiff based charter airline, IEA operated between 1987 and (Photo: Soren Madsen - CPH Aviation)

Short 360-200 (G-BMHX)

Short 360-200 (G-BMHX)

British Caledonian

British Caledonian

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First Choice Airways Boeing 757-28A

First Choice Airways Boeing

British Caledonian

British Caledonian

British Midland

British Midland Airways Boeing 707 Photo: British Midland Airways Boeing 707 landing at Gatwick early This Photo was uploaded by raggidoll

Vickers VC10

Vickers VC10

NAC DC-3 Skyliner, Wellington Airport, 1969, image Wings Over New Zealand

NAC Skyliner, Wellington Airport, image Wings Over New Zealand

27 February 2001 – Loganair Flight 670, operated by Short 360-100 G-BNMT, suffered a double engine failure shortly after take-off from Edinburgh Airport on a mail flight to Belfast International Airport, Northern Ireland. Both pilots were killed and the aircraft was damaged beyond economic repair when it ditched in the Firth of Forth off Granton.

27 February 2001 – Loganair Flight 670, operated by Short 360-100 G-BNMT, suffered a double engine failure shortly after take-off from Edinburgh Airport on a mail flight to Belfast International Airport, Northern Ireland. Both pilots were killed and the aircraft was damaged beyond economic repair when it ditched in the Firth of Forth off Granton.

British Caledonian ('BCal') Vickers Standard VC10 (series 1100) G-ASIX (c/n: 820) at London Gatwick Airport (LGW), between 1969 and 1974.

British Caledonian ('BCal') Vickers Standard (series G-ASIX (c/n: at London Gatwick Airport (LGW), between 1969 and

British Caledonian BAC One-Eleven

British Caledonian BAC One-Eleven

BMA DC9

BMA DC9