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Viscount c/n 41

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Below are the 69 photos we have on file for Viscount c/n 41 together with either the actual date that the photo was taken or an estimate of that date based on clues such as the livery worn or other background information.

1

Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA)
CF-TGJ
June 1954

Delivered new to Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA) with fleet number '602'. Taken at Weybridge, Surrey, England circa June 1954.

The completed fuselage section is being prepared for a pressure test before joining the main assembly production line in the Erecting Shop.

It was wheeled outside on its trolley for the test as there was always a risk of an explosive rupture of the skin.

Vickers Photo Ref MP766 (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

2

Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA)
CF-TGJ
January 1955

Delivered new to Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA) with fleet number '602'. Taken at Wisley Airfield, Surrey, England 30 January 1955.

It is about to start up the No.4 Rolls-Royce Dart engine as indicated by the Captain holding up four fingers and when all engines are running it will then depart on delivery to Canada.

Vickers Photo Ref MP1910 (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

3

Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA)
CF-TGJ
February 1955

Delivered new to Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA) with fleet number '602'. Taken by Robert's father Wesley at Winnipeg Airport, Manitoba, Canada in early February 1955, shortly after delivery.

Note the unusual position of the word 'Viscount' in red on the tail.

The single storey building on the left was the main terminal building for all flights using Winnipeg which was replaced in the 1960s by a new terminal building further to the north. Also note the early Canadian flag incorporating the Union Jack which was later replaced by the Maple leaf.

On the extreme left is an early version of the snowmobile.

Photo Ref CSL2145

Photo source - Robert W Arnold collection

4

Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA)
CF-TGJ
April 1955

Delivered new to Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA) with fleet number '602'. Taken at Windsor Airport, Ontario, Canada 27 April 1955.

This is a TCA publicity photo

Photo source - Brian R Burrage collection (gallery 1)

5

Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA)
CF-TGJ
May 1955

Delivered new to Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA) with fleet number '602'. Taken at Winnipeg Airport, Manitoba, Canada circa May 1955 inside the TCA maintenance hangar and surrounded by the purpose built docking system which allowed easy access to all areas of the aircraft.

Note the unusual position of the word 'Viscount' which was unique to this aircraft.

It was later repainted in the conventional position.

In the background is a TCA Douglas DC-3.

Photo source - Robert W Arnold collection

6

Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA)
CF-TGJ
June 1956

Delivered new to Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA) with fleet number '602'. Taken at Midway Airport, Chicago, Illinois, USA circa June 1956.

Note that the word 'Viscount' on the tail is now in the conventional position.

Photo source - Pat Bukiri collection

7

Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA)
CF-TGJ
December 1958

Delivered new to Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA) with fleet number '602'. Taken at an unknown location circa December 1958.

It is now in the 'white top' livery. The baggage conveyor behind the front of the aircraft is a converted wartime Willy's jeep.

Photo source - Peter Upton collection

8

Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA)
CF-TGJ
September 1959

Delivered new to Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA) with fleet number '602'. Taken at Midway Airport, Chicago, Illinois, USA 1 September 1959.

It now has the fleet number on the nose undercarriage door.

Photo source - Jon Proctor (jonproctor.net)

9

Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA)
CF-TGJ
September 1960

Delivered new to Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA) with fleet number '602'. Taken at Malton Airport, Toronto, Ontario, Canada 11 September 1960.

George and his four siblings, with his parents are going on board for a service to Midway Airport, Chicago, Illinois, USA. His mother Dorothy is waving at the top of the steps to the photographer.

Their onward journey from Chicago took them to San Francisco where they boarded the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company (P&O) liner SS Iberia for the long Pacific voyage to Australia.

Note the jeep baggage travelators.

Photo source - George L Ayers

10

Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA)
CF-TGJ
June 1962

Delivered new to Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA) with fleet number '602'. Taken at Winnipeg Airport, Manitoba, Canada in June 1962.

This shows a group of cub scouts who visited the TCA maintenance base and were also treated to a local flight, presumably in this aircraft and perhaps the one behind, as there is quite a lot of them.

Don's father George worked for TCA as an electronics engineer and helped organise this very popular annual event.

Photo source - George K Heron via Don Heron

11

Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA)
CF-TGJ
September 1963

Delivered new to Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA) with fleet number '602'. Taken at Winnipeg Airport, Manitoba, Canada 30 September 1963.

It is being pulled out of storage in preparation for a ferry flight to Dorval Airport, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada for conversion to V.744 standards by Timmins Aviation Ltd.

Photo Ref FRP046

Photo source - Fred Prior collection

12

Maverick Equipment Company
N117H
October 1965

Purchased from William C Wold Associates. Taken at an unknown location circa October 1965.

Photo source - Brian R Burrage collection (gallery 2)

13

Maverick Equipment Company
N117H
August 1968

Purchased from William C Wold & Associates. Taken at San Antonio International Airport, Texas, USA in August 1968.

Photo source - Manuel Delgado

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Maverick Equipment Company
N117H
June 1975

Purchased from William C Wold Associates. Taken at Meachum Field, Fort Worth, Texas, USA in June 1975.

Photo source - Brian R Burrage collection (gallery 3)

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Maverick Equipment Company
N117H
July 1975

Purchased from William C Wold Associates. Taken at Meachum Field, Fort Worth, Texas, USA in July 1975.

Photo source - Peter Gates collection

16

Maverick Equipment Company
N117H
October 1975

Purchased from William C Wold Associates. Taken at Meachum Field, Fort Worth, Texas, USA 20 October 1975.

Photo source - R A Scholefield collection

17

Kenneth Copeland Evangelistic Association
N117H
May 1977

Purchased from Maverick Equipment Company. Taken at Meacham Field, Fort Worth, Texas, USA in May 1977.

Photo source - Dave Welch collection

18

Kenneth Copeland Evangelistic Association
N117H
May 1977

Purchased from Maverick Equipment Company. Taken at Meacham Field, Fort Worth, Texas, USA in May 1977.

Photo source - Dave Welch collection

19

Kenneth Copeland Evangelistic Association
N117H
July 1977

Purchased from Maverick Equipment Company. Taken at Meacham Field, Fort Worth, Texas, USA in July 1977.

Note the lightweight integral front 'airsteps' which were retrofitted by Timmins Aviation Ltd before it went into corporate service.

Photo source - Ellis M Chernoff

20

Kenneth Copeland Evangelistic Association
N117H
August 1977

Purchased from Maverick Equipment Company. Taken at an unknown location in August 1977.

Note the lightweight integral front 'airsteps' which were retrofitted by Timmins Aviation Ltd before it went into corporate service.

Photo source - Bob O'Brien collection

21

Kenneth Copeland Evangelistic Association
N117H
September 1977

Purchased from Maverick Equipment Company. Taken at Lindbergh Field, San Diego, California, USA in September 1977.

A stars and stripes flag has now been applied to the tail.

Photo source - Frank C Duarte Jr.

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Kenneth Copeland Evangelistic Association
N117H
June 1978

Purchased from Maverick Equipment Company. Taken at Douglas Municipal Airport, Charlotte, North Carolina, USA in June 1978.

Photo source - Ellis M Chernoff

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Oral Roberts Evangelistic Association
N117H
March 1981

Purchased from Kenneth Copeland Evangelistic Association. Taken at Fort Lauderdale Airport, Florida circa March 1981 against a very stormy sky.

Photo source - Peter Gates collection

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Oral Roberts Evangelistic Association
N81RR
June 1981

Purchased from Kenneth Copeland Evangelistic Association and re-registered from N117H. Taken at an unknown location in June 1981.

Does anyone recognise the location with a harbour in the background?

Details please to information@vickersviscount.net

Photo source - Adrian J Smith

25

Go Transportation Inc
N240RC
April 1982

Transferred from Ronald J Clark and re-registered from N81RR. Taken at Miami International Airport, Miami, Florida, USA in April 1982.

There is a ' GO Viscount ' logo on the nose in gold.

Photo source - Peter Gates collection

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Go Transportation Inc
N240RC
October 1982

Transferred from Ronald J Clark and re-registered from N81RR. Taken at Tucson International Airport, Tucson, Arizona, USA in October 1982 in a revised livery.

There is a ' GO Viscount ' logo on the nose in dark grey.

Photo source - Dave Gilligan

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Go Transportation Inc
N240RC
October 1982

Transferred from Ronald J Clark and re-registered from N81RR. Taken at Tucson International Airport, Tucson, Arizona, USA in October 1982 in a revised livery.

There is a ' GO Viscount ' logo on the nose in dark grey.

Photo source - EX/ZX (flickr)

28

Go Transportation Inc
N240RC
June 1983

Transferred from Ronald J Clark and re-registered from N81RR. Taken at Van Nuys Airport, California, USA circa June 1983 with Robert Plant's 'Principles of Moments' US tour of 1983 logo on the tail.

Photo source - EX/ZX (flickr)

29

Go Transportation Inc
N240RC
June 1983

Transferred from Ronald J Clark and re-registered from N81RR. Taken at Van Nuys Airport, California, USA circa June 1983 with Robert Plant's 'Principles of Moments' US tour of 1983 logo on the tail.

The logo looks bigger than the rudder hinge location so it might just be a publicity photo!

Photo source - EX/ZX (flickr)

30

Go Transportation Inc
N240RC
September 1983

Transferred from Ronald J Clark and re-registered from N81RR. Taken at Midway Airport, Chicago, Illinois, USA circa September 1983.

Photo source - Pat Bukiri collection

31

Go Transportation Inc
N240RC
June 1984

Transferred from Ronald J Clark and re-registered from N81RR. Taken at an unknown location in June 1984.

There is a 'GO Viscount' logo on the nose in grey.

Photo source - Peter Gates collection

32

Go Transportation Inc
N240RC
June 1984

Transferred from Ronald J Clark and re-registered from N81RR. Taken at Midway Airport, Chicago, Illinois, USA circa June 1984.

A unique shot taken through the direct vision (DV) window of a light aircraft.

Photo source - Pat Bukiri collection

33

Skytrek Inc
N240RC
September 1986

Leased from Go Transportation Inc. Taken at Tucson International Airport, Tucson, Arizona, USA in September 1986.

The 'GO Viscount' nose titles have now been removed.

Photo source - Martin Hodges

34

Go Transportation Inc
N240RC
January 1988

Returned from Skytrek Inc lease. Taken at Tucson International Airport, Tucson, Arizona, USA in January 1988.

Photo source - Geoffrey C Cripps collection

35

Go Transportation Inc
N240RC
April 1988

Returned from Skytrek Inc lease. Taken at Tucson International Airport, Tucson, Arizona, USA 8 April 1988.

Photo source - Michael Prophet

36

Go Transportation Inc
N240RC
March 1989

Returned from Skytrek Inc lease. Taken at Tucson International Airport, Tucson, Arizona, USA 5 March 1989.

Photo source - David Fox

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Go Transportation Inc
N240RC
April 1989

Returned from Skytrek Inc lease. Taken stored at Tucson International Airport, Tucson, Arizona, USA 10 April 1989.

Note the cockpit windows insulated from the hot sun.

Photo source - Paul Seymour

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Go Transportation Inc
N240RC
April 1990

Returned from Skytrek Inc lease. Taken stored at Tucson International Airport, Tucson, Arizona, USA 10 April 1990.

Note the cockpit windows insulated from the hot sun.

Despite its age, this aircraft looks in superb external condition.

Photo source - Peter T Lea

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Bill Walker & Associates
N240RC
September 1990

Purchased from the Chase Manhattan Bank. Taken at Tucson International Airport, Tucson, Arizona, USA circa September 1990.

The aircraft on the left is N150RC (C/N 391).

Photo source - Stephen Allen

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Turbo Aire Holdings Inc
N240RC
February 1992

Purchased from Bill Walker & Associates. Taken at Tucson International Airport, Tucson, Arizona, USA 1 February 1992.

Note the lightweight integral front 'airsteps' which were retrofitted by Timmins Aviation Ltd before it went into corporate service.

The Viscount in the left background is N776M (C/N 230).

Photo source - Rich Tregear

41

Guila Air
9Q-CGA
February 1993

Purchased from Turbo Aire Holdings Inc. Taken at Tucson International Airport, Tucson, Arizona, USA 21 February 1993 before the titles were applied.

Photo source - Simon Brooke

42

Guila Air
9Q-CGA
March 1993

Purchased from Turbo Aire Holdings Inc. Taken at Tucson International Airport, Tucson, Arizona, USA in early March 1993.

A nice view of the immaculate cockpit.

Clive spent a memorable week assisting in the preparation of this aircraft for its long delivery to Africa.

Photo source - Clive Worboys

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Guila Air
9Q-CGA
March 1993

Purchased from Turbo Aire Holdings Inc. Taken at Tucson International Airport, Tucson, Arizona, USA in early March 1993 carrying out engine runs before departing on delivery to the Republic of Zaire.

Note that the Ground Power Unit (GPU) has been correctly positioned behind the aircraft.

It is still in Go Transportation Inc colours with Guila Air titles now applied.

There are several other Viscounts visible in the right background.

Photo source - Clive Worboys

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Guila Air
9Q-CGA
March 1993

Purchased from Turbo Aire Holdings Inc. Taken at Tucson International Airport, Tucson, Arizona, USA in early March 1993 and nearly ready to depart on delivery to the Republic of Zaire.

Note the lightweight integral front 'airsteps' which were retrofitted by Timmins Aviation Ltd before it went into corporate service.

Photo source - Michael Beier

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Guila Air
9Q-CGA
June 1993

Purchased from Turbo Aire Holdings Inc. Taken at Mena Airport, Arkansas, USA 6 June 1993 during its delivery journey from Tucson, Arizona, USA to the Republic of Zaire.

It had been here for nearly three months due to problems with the Rolls-Royce Dart engines but this has now been resolved and it is ready to depart.

Photo source - Tony de Bruyn

46

Guila Air
9Q-CGA
June 1993

Purchased from Turbo Aire Holdings Inc. Taken arriving at Turnhouse Airport, Edinburgh, Scotland 11 June 1993 from Reykjavik Airport, Iceland during the delivery from the USA to the Republic of Zaire.

The outboard Rolls-Royce Dart engines have already been shut down.

After stopping overnight it moved on to Deurne Airport, Antwerp, Belgium.

Photo source - Raymond Plumb

47

Guila Air
9Q-CGA
June 1993

Purchased from Turbo Aire Holdings Inc. Taken at Deurne Airport, Antwerp, Belgium 12 June 1993 shortly after arrival during its delivery journey from Tucson, Arizona, USA to the Republic of Zaire.

Note the lightweight integral front 'airsteps' which were retrofitted by Timmins Aviation Ltd before it went into corporate service.

Photo source - Georges Van Belleghem archives

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Guila Air
9Q-CGA
June 1993

Purchased from Turbo Aire Holdings Inc. Taken at Deurne Airport, Antwerp, Belgium 18 June 1993 on an extended stopover during its delivery journey from Tucson, Arizona, USA to the Republic of Zaire.

Note the lightweight integral front 'airsteps' which were retrofitted by Timmins Aviation Ltd before it went into corporate service.

Photo source - Neil Brant

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Guila Air
9Q-CGA
June 1993

Purchased from Turbo Air Holdings. Taken at Deurne Airport, Antwerp, Belgium 20 June 1993 on an extended stopover during its delivery journey from Tucson, Arizona, USA to the Republic of Zaire.

Photo source - Franc van Vliet collection

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Guila Air
9Q-CGA
June 1993

Purchased from Turbo Aire Holdings Inc. Taken at Deurne Airport, Antwerp, Belgium 20 June 1993 on an extended stopover during its delivery journey from Tucson, Arizona, USA to the Republic of Zaire.

The engines are now running with the Ground Power Unit (GPU) safely positioned at the rear of the aircraft.

It then departed on the final stages of its delivery to the Republic of Zaire.

Photo source - Peter Gates collection

51

Guila Air
9Q-CGA
June 2000

Purchased from Turbo Aire Holdings Inc. Taken stored at Tshikapa Airport, Democratic Republic of the Congo circa June 2000.

It has obviously been stored for several years.

Photo source - Brian R Burrage collection (gallery 3)

52

Guila Air
9Q-CGA
April 2016

Purchased from Turbo Aire Holdings Inc. A view of the aircraft stored at Tshikapa Airport, Democratic Republic of the Congo 30 April 2016.

The earliest view of this aircraft on Google Earth is 7 December 2004 but it is known to have been there in June 2000 and probably well before this date judging by its condition then.

This is the same airport that Filair Viscount 9Q-CTS (C/N 310) had its landing accident in 1988.

It was last seen here in 1992 and was subsequently scrapped along with several other commercial airliner wrecks.

Does anyone know when?

Details please to information@vickersviscount.net

Photo source - Google Earth

53

Guila Air
9Q-CGA
November 2017

Purchased from Turbo Aire Holdings Inc. A view of the aircraft stored in the long grass at Tshikapa Airport, Democratic Republic of the Congo 15 November 2017.

Guillermo took this photo from under the wing of the United Nations Humanitarian Air Service Cessna 208B Grand Caravan 5X-MRH which he regularly flies to this airport and it only has a compacted laterite runway of 5,249 feet / 1,600 metres.

Photo source - Guillermo Garcia Junco

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Guila Air
9Q-CGA
November 2017

Purchased from Turbo Aire Holdings Inc. A view of the aircraft stored in the long grass at Tshikapa Airport, Democratic Republic of the Congo 15 November 2017.

Guillermo ventured into the long grass to get a closer shot.

Note that all the cabin windows have now been removed and one of the No.4 engine nacelle cowlings is open.

Photo source - Guillermo Garcia Junco

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Guila Air
9Q-CGA
November 2017

Purchased from Turbo Aire Holdings Inc. A view of the aircraft stored in the long grass at Tshikapa Airport, Democratic Republic of the Congo 15 November 2017.

Guillermo ventured into the long grass to get a closer shot.

Photo source - Guillermo Garcia Junco

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Guila Air
9Q-CGA
November 2017

Purchased from Turbo Aire Holdings Inc. A view of the aircraft stored in the long grass at Tshikapa Airport, Democratic Republic of the Congo 20 November 2017.

Photo source - Guillermo Garcia Junco

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Guila Air
9Q-CGA
November 2017

Purchased from Turbo Aire Holdings Inc. A view of the aircraft stored in the long grass at Tshikapa Airport, Democratic Republic of the Congo 20 November 2017.

Photo source - Guillermo Garcia Junco

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Guila Air
9Q-CGA
November 2017

Purchased from Turbo Aire Holdings Inc. A view of the aircraft stored in the long grass at Tshikapa Airport, Democratic Republic of the Congo 20 November 2017.

The cabin has been robbed of all useful material by the locals.

Photo source - Guillermo Garcia Junco

59

Guila Air
9Q-CGA
November 2017

Purchased from Turbo Aire Holdings Inc. A view of the aircraft stored in the long grass at Tshikapa Airport, Democratic Republic of the Congo 20 November 2017.

The cockpit has also been robbed of all removable material by the locals, although the instruments would not be of much use.

Plenty of spiders nests evident!

Photo source - Guillermo Garcia Junco

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Guila Air
9Q-CGA
November 2017

Purchased from Turbo Aire Holdings Inc. A view of the aircraft stored in the long grass at Tshikapa Airport, Democratic Republic of the Congo 20 November 2017.

The cockpit has also been robbed of all removable material by the locals, although the instruments would not be of much use.

Plenty of spiders nests evident!

Photo source - Guillermo Garcia Junco

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Guila Air
9Q-CGA
November 2017

Purchased from Turbo Aire Holdings Inc. A view of the aircraft stored in the long grass at Tshikapa Airport, Democratic Republic of the Congo 21 November 2017.

An early morning shot of the Viscount in the distance with the United Nations Humanitarian Air Service Cessna 208B Grand Caravan 5X-MRH being prepared for another relief aid flight by Guillermo.

Photo source - Guillermo Garcia Junco

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Guila Air
9Q-CGA
November 2017

Purchased from Turbo Aire Holdings Inc. A view of the aircraft stored in the long grass at Tshikapa Airport, Democratic Republic of the Congo 25 November 2017.

Note that the No.4 Rolls-Royce Dart RDa3 Mark 506 engine nacelle top section is open.

Photo source - Guillermo Garcia Junco

63

Guila Air
9Q-CGA
November 2017

Purchased from Turbo Aire Holdings Inc. A view of the aircraft stored in the long grass at Tshikapa Airport, Democratic Republic of the Congo 25 November 2017.

Guillerma ventured out onto the starboard wing to take this very useful shot.

Note that the No.4 Rolls-Royce Dart RDa3 Mark 506 engine nacelle top section is open to the elements.

Photo source - Guillermo Garcia Junco

64

Guila Air
9Q-CGA
November 2017

Purchased from Turbo Aire Holdings Inc. A view of the aircraft stored in the long grass at Tshikapa Airport, Democratic Republic of the Congo 25 November 2017.

Guillerma ventured out onto the starboard wing to take this very useful shot of the No.4 Rolls-Royce Dart RDa3 Mark 506 engine nacelle with the top section open to the elements.

Photo source - Guillermo Garcia Junco

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Guila Air
9Q-CGA
November 2017

Purchased from Turbo Aire Holdings Inc. A view of the aircraft stored in the long grass at Tshikapa Airport, Democratic Republic of the Congo 25 November 2017.

Guillerma ventured out onto the starboard wing to take this very useful shot of the No.4 Rolls-Royce Dart RDa3 Mark 506 engine nacelle with the top section open to the elements.

It doesn't look as if anything has been robbed from it.

Note the poor condition of the propeller de-icing boots.

Photo source - Guillermo Garcia Junco

66

Guila Air
9Q-CGA
October 2017

Purchased from Turbo Aire Holdings Inc. A view of the aircraft stored in the long grass at Tshikapa Airport, Democratic Republic of the Congo 25 November 2017.

Guillerma ventured out onto the starboard wing to take this very useful shot.

Photo source - Guillermo Garcia Junco

67

Guila Air
9Q-CGA
November 2017

Purchased from Turbo Aire Holdings Inc. Taken at Tshikapa Airport, Democratic Republic of the Congo 25 November 2017.

A view of the cockpit centre console that has been robbed of all removable material by the locals.

Plenty of spiders nests evident!

Photo source - Guillermo Garcia Junco

68

Guila Air
9Q-CGA
November 2017

Purchased from Turbo Aire Holdings Inc. Taken at Tshikapa Airport, Democratic Republic of the Congo 25 November 2017.

A view of the cabin underfloor area.

Note that the belly hatch has been removed and is no longer with the aircraft.

Again, plenty of spiders nests evident!

Photo source - Guillermo Garcia Junco

69

Guila Air
9Q-CGA
November 2017

Purchased from Turbo Aire Holdings Inc. Taken at Tshikapa Airport, Democratic Republic of the Congo 25 November 2017.

A view of the cabin underfloor area showing an electrical panel with trip fuses and main inverter switches.

Again, plenty of spiders nests evident!

Photo source - Guillermo Garcia Junco

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