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Viscount c/n 162

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Below are the 124 photos we have on file for Viscount c/n 162 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

British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AOHM
July 1957

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) named 'R M A Robert Machin'. Taken at London Airport (Heathrow), Middlesex, England in July 1957 on a stand in front of the Europa Terminal and Queen's Building.

A lot of support vehicles for one aircraft including a Dunlop tyre van and trailer.

Photo source - Tony Clarke collection via David Whitworth

2

British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AOHM
October 1957

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) named 'R M A Robert Machin'. Taken arriving at London Airport (Heathrow), Middlesex, England in October 1957.

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

Photo source - Tony Clarke collection via David Whitworth

3

British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AOHM
April 1958

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) named 'R M A Robert Machin'. Taken at London Airport (Heathrow), Middlesex, England in April 1958 on a stand in front of the Europa Terminal and Queen's Building.

Photo source - Richard Stanton collection

4

British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AOHM
June 1959

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) named 'R M A Robert Machin'. Taken at Ringway Airport, Manchester, England circa June 1959.

Passengers are boarding through the rear door with maintenance steps at the forward door.

Photo source - nickphoto21 (flickr)

5

British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AOHM
June 1962

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) and now un-named. Taken at Barcelona Airport, Spain in June 1962 in the later 'Red Square' livery.

Photo source - Peter Coe

6

British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AOHM
August 1963

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) and now un-named. Taken arriving at Ringway Airport, Manchester, England circa August 1963.

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

Photo source - Bob O'Brien collection

7

British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AOHM
June 1964

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) and now un-named. Taken at London Airport (Heathrow), Middlesex, England in June 1964.

Photo source - Peter Gates collection

8

British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AOHM
June 1964

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) and now un-named. Taken landing at Luqa Airport, Malta circa June 1964.

Photo source - anderton2007 (flickr)

9

British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AOHM
June 1965

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) and now un-named. Taken at Dalcross Airport, Inverness, Scotland circa June 1965.

Photo source - Des Pike collection

10

British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AOHM
July 1967

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) and now un-named. Taken at an unknown location circa July 1967 with a de Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter demonstrator awaiting its turn to taxy.

Note the repositioned registration.

Photo source - Steven Jefferson collection

11

British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AOHM
June 1968

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) and now un-named. Taken at City of Birmingham Airport, Elmdon, West Midlands, England circa June 1968 with G-AOHG (C/N 156) behind.

Carl J McQuaide Postcard Ref BHX 10

Photo source - Carl Ford

12

British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AOHM
July 1969

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) and now un-named. Taken at Tempelhof Airport, Berlin, West Germany in July 1969 in the later 'Flying Union Jack' livery with 'Channel Islands' titles.

Photo source - Jürgen Lutz

13

British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AOHM
June 1970

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) and now un-named. Taken at Gatwick Airport, Surrey, England circa June 1970.

Photo source - Peter R Keating

14

British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AOHM
June 1970

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) and now un-named. Taken outside the BEA engineering base at Heathrow Airport, London, England in June 1970.

Photo source - Ed Jones collection

15

British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AOHM
July 1971

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) and now un-named. Taken departing from Dalcross Airport, Inverness, Scotland 8 July 1971 on a service to Glasgow.

Photo source - Carl Ford

16

British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AOHM
July 1971

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) and now un-named. Taken landing at Tempelhof Airport, Berlin, West Germany 16 July 1971 with 'Channel Islands' titles.

Photo source - Ralf Manteufel

17

British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AOHM
August 1971

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) and now un-named. Taken at Tempelhof Airport, Berlin, West Germany in August 1971 with 'Channel Islands' titles.

The large overhanging canopy was very unusual and must have been very noisy when the Dart engines started up.

Photo source - Ulrich Neumann

18

British Airways (BA)
G-AOHM
November 1973

Transferred from British European Airways (BEA) due to a corporate merger. Taken at East Midlands Airport, Castle Donington, Leicestershire, England 11 November 1973.

Photo source - John Smith

19

British Airways (BA)
G-AOHM
June 1974

Transferred from British European Airways (BEA) due to a corporate merger. Taken arriving at Ringway Airport, Manchester, England circa June 1974.

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

Photo source - Des Pike collection

20

British Airways (BA)
G-AOHM
July 1974

Transferred from British European Airways (BEA) due to a corporate merger. Taken departing from Lulsgate Airport, Bristol, England circa July 1974.

Photo source - Bob Vandereyt

21

British Airways (BA)
G-AOHM
August 1974

Transferred from British European Airways (BEA) due to a corporate merger. Taken at Ringway Airport, Manchester, England circa August 1974.

Note the small 'Channel' titles on the forward lower fuselage.

Photo source - Brian R Burrage collection (gallery 3)

22

British Airways (BA)
G-AOHM
August 1974

Transferred from British European Airways (BEA) due to a corporate merger. Taken at Ringway Airport, Manchester, England circa August 1974.

Note the small 'Channel' titles on the forward lower fuselage.

Photo source - Bob O'Brien collection

23

British Airways (BA)
G-AOHM
August 1974

Transferred from British European Airways (BEA) due to a corporate merger. Taken landing at City of Birmingham Airport, Elmdon, West Midlands, England in August 1974.

Note the small 'Channel' titles on the forward lower fuselage.

Photo source - Peter Fothergill

24

British Airways (BA)
G-AOHM
October 1974

Transferred from British European Airways (BEA) due to a corporate merger. Taken landing at Gatwick Airport, West Sussex, England in October 1974.

Note the small 'Channel' titles on the forward lower fuselage.

Photo source - Brian R Burrage collection (gallery 3)

25

British Airways (BA)
G-AOHM
June 1975

Transferred from British European Airways (BEA) due to a corporate merger. Taken arriving at Jersey Airport, Channel Islands in June 1975.

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

Note the small 'Channel' titles on the forward lower fuselage.

Photo source - Des Pike collection

26

British Airways (BA)
G-AOHM
March 1978

Transferred from British European Airways (BEA) due to a corporate merger. Taken at Heathrow Airport, London, England 30 March 1978.

It is now in the full BA livery.

Photo source - Mick Bajcar

27

British Airways (BA)
G-AOHM
July 1979

Transferred from British European Airways (BEA) due to a corporate merger. Taken arriving at Rhoose Airport, Cardiff, South Glamorgan, Wales circa July 1979.

Photo source - Stuart Jones

28

British Airways (BA)
G-AOHM
August 1979

Transferred from British European Airways (BEA) due to a corporate merger. Taken at Jersey Airport, Channel Islands in August 1979.

Photo source - Eduard Marmet

29

British Airways (BA)
G-AOHM
March 1980

Transferred from British European Airways (BEA) due to a corporate merger. Taken at Charles de Gaulle Airport, Paris, France 5 March 1980.

Photo source - Michel Gilliand

30

British Airways (BA)
G-AOHM
May 1980

Transferred from British European Airways (BEA) due to a corporate merger. Taken outside the British Airways engineering base at Heathrow Airport, London, England 5 May 1980.

Note the remains of the BEA lettering on top of the hangar bay 20.

Three days later it flew to Rhoose Airport, Cardiff, South Glamorgan, Wales and was placed in open storage pending a sale.

Photo source - Steve Fitzgerald

31

British Airways (BA)
G-AOHM
January 1981

Transferred from British European Airways (BEA) due to a corporate merger. Taken stored at Rhoose Airport, Cardiff, South Glamorgan, Wales in January 1981 with several others behind.

It was sold to British Air Ferries (BAF) in February 1981 and ferried to Southend for overhaul.

Photo source - Ed Jones collection

32

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
February 1981

Purchased from British Airways (BA). Taken at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex 26 February 1981 after BAF titles have been applied to the basic BA livery.

These were soon replaced by the Air Algerie logo for a lease contract.

Photo source - Jim Brazier

33

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
May 1981

Returned from Air Algerie lease. Taken at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex in May 1981.

This was how it was leased to Air Algerie with no fuselage lettering and the BAF lettering retained on the nose.

Photo source - Peter Upton collection

34

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
June 1981

Returned from Air Algerie lease. Taken at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex in June 1981 after a repaint in the BAF double stripe livery.

Photo source - Peter Upton collection

35

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
August 1981

Returned from Air Algerie lease. Taken at Ringway Airport, Manchester, England in August 1981.

It went back on lease to Air Algerie in November 1981.

Photo source - Peter Fothergill

36

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
November 1981

Leased from British Air Ferries (BAF). Taken at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex in early November 1981 in the maintenance area.

It then had this double stripe livery removed for another lease period to Air Algerie, this time as it was only for two months.

Photo source - Richard Vandervord

37

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
January 1982

Returned from the second Air Algerie lease period. Taken at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England in January 1982 after removal of the Air Algerie tail logo, and BAF from the nose!

Photo source - Ed Jones collection

38

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
March 1982

Returned from the second Air Algerie lease period. Taken at Ringway Airport, Manchester, England 22 March 1982 with 'BAF' applied to the tail.

Photo source - Steve Barnes

39

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
April 1982

Returned from the second Air Algerie lease period. Taken at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England 18 April 1982.

Photo source - Michel Gilliand

40

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
June 1982

Returned from the second Air Algerie lease period. Taken landing at Lohausen Airport, Düsseldorf, West Germany 11 June 1982.

Photo source - Wolfgang Mendorf

41

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
June 1982

Returned from the second Air Algerie lease period. Taken arriving at Lohausen Airport, Düsseldorf, West Germany 11 June 1982.

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

Photo source - Udo K Haafke

42

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
September 1982

Returned from the second Air Algerie lease period. Taken at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England in September 1982, now repainted in yet another new BAF livery.

Photo source - Richard Vandervord

43

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
September 1982

Returned from the second Air Algerie lease period and now named 'Anne Marie'. Taken at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England in September 1982.

Behind it is a BAF Handley Page Dart Herald with a similar striped livery.

Photo source - Peter Upton collection

44

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
September 1982

Returned from the second Air Algerie lease period and now named 'Anne Marie'. Taken at Speke Airport, Liverpool, England in September 1982.

Photo source - Mike Thompson via John H Mounce collection

45

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
September 1982

Returned from the second Air Algerie lease period and now named 'Anne Marie'. Taken at Mulhouse Airport, Basel, Switzerland in September 1982.

Photo source - Ed Jones collection

46

BAF Air Tours
G-AOHM
March 1983

Transferred from British Air Ferries (BAF) and still named 'Anne Marie'. Taken at Collinstown Airport, Dublin, Ireland 18 March 1983.

Photo source - Fergal Goodman

47

BAF Air Tours
G-AOHM
April 1983

Transferred from British Air Ferries (BAF) and still named 'Anne Marie'. Taken arriving at a wet and gloomy Collinstown Airport, Dublin, Ireland circa April 1983 with the outboard Rolls-Royce Dart engines already shut down.

The aircraft in the background is an Aer Turas Canadair CL44.

Photo source - Dave Gilligan

48

BAF Air Tours
G-AOHM
May 1983

Transferred from British Air Ferries (BAF) and still named 'Anne Marie'. Taken at Zestienhoven Airport, Rotterdam, Netherlands in May 1983 with Van Nelle Nabisco Reception titles on the forward cabin door.

A photo from Tom's collection.

Photo source - Tom Singfield

49

BAF Air Tours
G-AOHM
May 1983

Transferred from British Air Ferries (BAF) and still named 'Anne Marie'. Taken at Zestienhoven Airport, Rotterdam, Netherlands in May 1983 with Van Nelle Nabisco Reception titles on the forward cabin door.

A photo from Tom's collection.

Photo source - Tom Singfield

50

BAF Air Tours
G-AOHM
June 1983

Transferred from British Air Ferries (BAF) and no longer named. Taken at Squires Gate Airport, Blackpool, Lancashire, England circa June 1983 now with a 'Skyrider' logo on the forward fuselage.

It was being used for the nightly newspaper run to Belfast, Northern Ireland.

More details about this logo please to 'information@vickersviscount.net'

Photo source - Mike Bursa

51

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
September 1983

Transferred from British Air Ferries (BAF). Taken departing from Baginton Airport, Coventry, Warwickshire, England 6 September 1983 operating a charter flight.

The aircraft behind is Cessna 404 Titan G-FJKI.

Photo source - Rob Hodgkins

52

BAF Air Tours
G-AOHM
September 1983

Transferred from British Air Ferries (BAF). Taken departing from Baginton Airport, Coventry, Warwickshire, England in September 1983 operating a charter flight.

Photo source - Ed Jones collection

53

BAF Air Tours
G-AOHM
January 1984

Transferred from British Air Ferries (BAF). Taken at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England in January 1984 undergoing ground running of the Dart engines prior to the re-paint of the titles and logo for sub-lease to Loganair.

Photo source - Ed Jones collection

54

BAF Air Tours
G-AOHM
January 1984

Transferred from British Air Ferries (BAF) and named 'The Flying Scotsman'. Taken at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England in January 1984 prior to going on lease to Loganair.

Photo source - Brian R Burrage collection (gallery 3)

55

Loganair
G-AOHM
February 1984

Leased from British Air Ferries (BAF) whilst operating for BAF Air Tours still named 'The Flying Scotsman'. Taken at Ringway Airport, Manchester, England in February 1984 operating a twice daily Edinburgh to Manchester schedule as LC561/562 and LC567/568.

Photo source - Peter Fothergill

56

Loganair
G-AOHM
February 1984

Leased from British Air Ferries (BAF) whilst operating for BAF Air Tours still named 'The Flying Scotsman'. Taken at Ringway Airport, Manchester, England 27 February 1984 operating a twice daily Edinburgh to Manchester schedule as LC561/562 and LC567/568.

Photo source - Propliner Magizine

57

Loganair
G-AOHM
May 1984

Leased from British Air Ferries (BAF) whilst operating for BAF Air Tours still named 'The Flying Scotsman'. Taken at Ringway Airport, Manchester, England in May 1984 shortly before it was returned to BAF.

Photo source - Richard Vandervord

58

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
May 1984

Returned from Loganair lease and named 'Viscount De I'sle'. Taken landing at Ringway Airport, Manchester, England in late May 1984 in an interim livery prior to the restoration of the full BAF livery.

Photo source - William H Blunt collection

59

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
June 1984

Returned from Loganair lease and named 'Viscount De I'sle'. Taken at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England in June 1984, before the titles were applied.

Photo source - David Oates

60

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
June 1984

Returned from Loganair lease. Taken at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England circa June 1984, before the titles were applied.

Photo source - Franz Fink‎ - ' Propellerfaszination'

61

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
July 1984

Returned from Loganair lease and now named 'Viscount De I'sle'. Taken at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England circa June 1984, now in full livery.

Photo source - Richard Vandervord

62

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
July 1984

Returned from Loganair lease and now named 'Viscount De I'sle'. Taken landing at Collinstown Airport, Dublin, Ireland 28 July 1984.

Photo source - Sharkey

63

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
August 1984

Returned from Loganair lease and now named 'Viscount De I'sle'. Taken at Collinstown Airport, Dublin, Ireland circa August 1984.

Photo source - Paul Berns

64

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
March 1985

Returned from Loganair lease and now named 'Viscount De L'isle'. Taken stored at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England in March 1985 minus all four Rolls-Royce Dart RDa6 Mark 510 engines.

It went back into service in April 1986 having been re-named 'Viscount Sir George Edwards' with the Viscount chief designer in attendance.

Photo source - Richard Vandervord

65

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
December 1985

Returned from Loganair lease and now named 'Viscount De L'isle'. Taken stored at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England in December 1985 minus all four Rolls-Royce Dart RDa6 Mark 510 engines.

It went back into service in April 1986 having been re-named 'Viscount Sir George Edwards' with the Viscount chief designer in attendance.

Photo source - Peter Upton collection

66

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
April 1986

Returned from Loganair lease and now named 'Viscount Sir George Edwards'. Taken during a marketing publicity flight circa April 1986 using the 'British' title which had previously been used by British Airways.

Photo source - Jean-Luc Ganivet collection

67

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
April 1986

Returned from Loganair lease and now named 'Viscount Sir George Edwards'. Taken during a marketing publicity flight circa April 1986 using the 'British' title which had previously been used by British Airways.

A photo from Tom's collection.

Photo source - Tom Singfield

68

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
May 1986

Returned from Loganair lease and now named 'Viscount Sir George Edwards'. Taken at Abbotsinch Airport, Glasgow, Scotland in May 1986 with 'British' titles which had previously been used by British Airways.

Photo source - Alastair T Gardiner

69

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
May 1986

Returned from Loganair lease and now named 'Viscount Sir George Edwards'. A view of the rear cabin during a positioning flight from Gothenburg, Sweden to Dyce, Aberdeen, Scotland with some of the crew catching up on paperwork.

Photo source - Colin S Carr

70

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
July 1986

Returned from Loganair lease and now named 'Viscount Sir George Edwards'. Taken at Abbotsinch Airport, Glasgow, Scotland in July 1986 with G-BBDK (C/N 291) behind.

Photo source - Fergal Goodman

71

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
August 1986

Returned from Loganair lease and now named 'Viscount Sir George Edwards'. Taken at Turnhouse Airport, Edinburgh, Scotland circa August 1986. Note the Archimedes screws in the background, used for lifting water.

Photo source - Gerry Rudman

72

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
January 1987

Returned from Loganair lease and now named 'Viscount Sir George Edwards'. Taken at Heathrow Airport, London, England in January 1987 with a smoking BAC One-Eleven climbing away in the far distance.

Photo source - Richard Vandervord

73

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
March 1987

Returned from Loganair lease and now named 'Viscount De I'sle'. Taken at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England in March 1987.

Note the two stored ex RAF Shorts SC.7 Belfast in the background.

Photo source - Richard Vandervord

74

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
April 1987

Returned from Loganair lease and now named 'Viscount Sir George Edwards'. Taken landing at Guernsey Airport, Channel Islands 5 April 1987.

Photo source - Mike Stedman

75

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
April 1987

Returned from Loganair lease and now named 'Viscount Sir George Edwards'. Taken departing from Jersey Airport, Channel Islands in April 1987.

Photo source - Richard Vandervord

76

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
June 1987

Returned from Loganair lease and now named 'Viscount Sir George Edwards'. Taken departing from Luton Airport, Bedfordshire, England 20 June 1987.

Photo source - Alex Rankin

77

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
January 1988

Returned from Loganair lease and now named 'Viscount Sir George Edwards'. Taken at Richard Toll Airfield, Northern Senegal 22 January 1988.

Joe was the First Officer on this aircraft along with Captain Don Nay.

The aircraft was on charter as a logistical support aircraft for the Dakar Rally and this beat-up was to celebrate the end of three weeks of memorable flying.

A great shot from an unknown photographer.

Photo source - Joe Gunnett

78

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
April 1988

Returned from Loganair lease and now named 'Viscount Sir George Edwards'. Taken at Abbotsinch Airport, Glasgow, Scotland 4 April 1988.

Photo source - Lewis Grant

79

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
June 1988

Returned from Loganair lease and now named 'Viscount Sir George Edwards'. Taken landing at Sumburgh Airport, Shetland Islands, Scotland circa June 1988.

The standard lefthand curving approach to runway 33 was required to avoid the high ground known as Compass Head, which also gave a good position for photographing aircraft using this runway.

Peter flew Viscounts for BAF during this period.

A Shell Oil contract required a regular shuttle service from Dyce Airport, Aberdeen, Scotland bringing in fresh oil rig crews and returning those going on leave.

Photo source - Peter A Scott

80

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
September 1988

Returned from Loganair lease and now named 'Viscount Sir George Edwards'. A nice lineup taken at Dyce Airport, Aberdeen, Scotland in September 1988 with 'British' titles which had previously been used by British Airways.

The aircraft behind are G-APIM (C/N 412) and G-AOYN (C/N 263).

Photo source - Fergal Goodman

81

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
September 1988

Returned from Loganair lease and now named 'Viscount Sir George Edwards'. Taken at Dyce Airport, Aberdeen, Scotland 18 September 1988 with 'British' titles which had previously been used by British Airways.

Photo source - Fergal Goodman

82

Manx Airlines (Skianyn Vannin)
G-AOHM
May 1990

Leased from British Air Ferries (BAF) still named 'Viscount Sir George Edwards'. Taken landing at Jersey Airport, Channel Islands 30 May 1990 without titles on the cabin roof.

Photo source - Simon Brooke

83

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
June 1990

Returned from Manx Airlines lease still named 'Viscount Sir George Edwards'. Taken at an unknown location in June 1990 with a modified tail logo.

Photo source - Andrew Fraize collection

84

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
June 1990

Returned from Manx Airlines lease still named 'Viscount Sir George Edwards'. Taken at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England circa June 1990 inside the BAF Engineering facility undergoing maintenance.

Photo source - Richard Proctor

85

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
July 1990

Returned from Manx Airlines lease still named 'Viscount Sir George Edwards'. Taken at Middelkerke Airport, Ostend, Belgium 26 July 1990.

Photo source - Torsten Maiwald

86

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
August 1990

Returned from Manx Airlines lease still named 'Viscount Sir George Edwards'. Taken at Guernsey Airport, Channel Islands 16 August 1990.

Photo source - Mike Stedman

87

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
January 1991

Returned from Manx Airlines lease still named 'Viscount Sir George Edwards'. Taken at Ringway Airport, Manchester, England in January 1991.

Photo source - Ken Fielding

88

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
June 1991

Returned from Manx Airlines lease still named 'Viscount Sir George Edwards'. Taken at Abbotsinch Airport, Glasgow, Scotland in June 1991.

Photo source - Alastair T Gardiner

89

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
August 1991

Returned from Manx Airlines lease still named 'Viscount Sir George Edwards'. Taken at Schiphol Airport, Amsterdam, Netherlands 15 August 1991.

Photo source - Jan Remco Bakker

90

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
September 1991

Returned from Manx Airlines lease still named 'Viscount Sir George Edwards'. Taken at Dyce Airport, Aberdeen, Scotland 14 September 1991 with G-AOYR (C/N 266) in the background.

Photo source - David Cain

91

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
May 1992

Returned from Manx Airlines lease still named 'Viscount Sir George Edwards'. Taken landing at Jersey Airport, Channel Islands 30 May 1992 now with BAF titles on the tail.

Photo source - Simon Brooke

92

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
August 1992

Returned from Manx Airlines lease still named 'Viscount Sir George Edwards'. Taken at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England circa August 1992.

Photo source - KB Photography

93

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
September 1992

Returned from Manx Airlines lease still named 'Viscount Sir George Edwards'. Taken at Sumburgh Airport, Shetland Islands, Scotland 21 September 1992 with a nice rainbow in the background.

Photo source - Peter A Scott

94

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
September 1992

Returned from Manx Airlines lease still named 'Viscount Sir George Edwards'. Taken at Sumburgh Airport, Shetland Islands, Scotland 21 September 1992 with a nice rainbow in the background.

Photo source - Peter A Scott

95

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
February 1993

Returned from Manx Airlines lease still named 'Viscount Sir George Edwards'. A very atmospheric shot taken at Dyce Airport, Aberdeen, Scotland 1 February 1993.

Photo source - Colin S Carr

96

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
February 1993

Returned from Manx Airlines lease still named 'Viscount Sir George Edwards'. Taken at Dyce Airport, Aberdeen, Scotland 18 February 1993 ready for the next shuttle service to Sumburgh Airport, Shetland Islands, Scotland.

Photo source - Colin S Carr

97

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
February 1993

Returned from Manx Airlines lease still named 'Viscount Sir George Edwards'. A nice view of the starboard Rolls-Royce Dart engines on a service from Dyce Airport, Aberdeen, Scotland to Sumburgh Airport, Shetland Islands, Scotland 18 February 1993.

Photo source - Colin S Carr

98

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
February 1993

Returned from Manx Airlines lease still named 'Viscount Sir George Edwards'. Taken taxying out at Dyce Airport, Aberdeen, Scotland 18 February 1993 on another shuttle service to Sumburgh Airport, Shetland Islands, Scotland.

Photo source - Colin S Carr

99

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHM
February 1993

Returned from Manx Airlines lease still named 'Viscount Sir George Edwards'. Taken at Stand 9 at Dyce Airport, Aberdeen, Scotland 18 February 1993 after arriving on another shuttle service from Sumburgh Airport, Shetland Islands, Scotland.

Photo source - Colin S Carr

100

British World Airlines (BWA)
G-AOHM
September 1993

Transferred from British Air Ferries (BAF) due to a corporate name change still named 'Viscount Sir George Edwards'. Taken at an unknown location in September 1993.

Photo source - Peter Upton collection

101

British World Airlines (BWA)
G-AOHM
March 1996

Transferred from British Air Ferries (BAF) due to a corporate name change still named 'Viscount Sir George Edwards'. Taken at Dyce Airport, Aberdeen, Scotland in March 1996.

An early morning view of Shell oil workers boarding for the short flight to Sumburgh Airport, Shetland Islands, Scotland.

Note the red painted radome nose which doesn't suit it!

Photo source - Colin S Carr

102

British World Airlines (BWA)
G-AOHM
March 1996

Transferred from British Air Ferries (BAF) due to a corporate name change still named 'Viscount Sir George Edwards'. Taken at Dyce Airport, Aberdeen, Scotland in March 1996.

An early morning departure with Shell oil workers for the short flight to Sumburgh Airport, Shetland Islands, Scotland. All four Rolls-Royce Dart engines are now running and the engineers are waiting for the flight crew to advise them that they are happy for the Ground Power Unit (GPU) to be disconnected from under the belly of the aircraft.

Note the red painted radome nose which doesn't suit it!

Photo source - Colin S Carr

103

British World Airlines (BWA)
G-AOHM
March 1996

Transferred from British Air Ferries (BAF) due to a corporate name change still named 'Viscount Sir George Edwards'. Taken at Dyce Airport, Aberdeen, Scotland in March 1996.

An early morning departure with Shell oil workers for the short flight to Sumburgh Airport, Shetland Islands, Scotland.

The aircraft now being pushed back.

Note the red painted radome nose which doesn't suit it!

Photo source - Colin S Carr

104

British World Airlines (BWA)
G-AOHM
March 1996

Transferred from British Air Ferries (BAF) due to a corporate name change still named 'Viscount Sir George Edwards'. Taken at Dyce Airport, Aberdeen, Scotland in March 1996.

An early morning departure with Shell oil workers for the short flight to Sumburgh Airport, Shetland Islands, Scotland.

The aircraft is now pushed back and the tractor disconnected.

Note the red painted radome nose which doesn't suit it!

Photo source - Colin S Carr

105

British World Airlines (BWA)
G-AOHM
March 1996

Transferred from British Air Ferries (BAF) due to a corporate name change still named 'Viscount Sir George Edwards'. Taken at Dyce Airport, Aberdeen, Scotland in March 1996.

An early morning departure with Shell oil workers for the short flight to Sumburgh Airport, Shetland Islands, Scotland.

The aircraft is now turning to port to start the taxy to the runway.

Note the red painted radome nose which doesn't suit it!

Photo source - Colin S Carr

106

British World Airlines (BWA)
G-AOHM
March 1996

Transferred from British Air Ferries (BAF) due to a corporate name change still named 'Viscount Sir George Edwards'. Taken at Dyce Airport, Aberdeen, Scotland in March 1996.

An early morning departure with Shell oil workers for the short flight to Sumburgh Airport, Shetland Islands, Scotland.

The aircraft is now turning to port to start the taxy to the runway.

Note the red painted radome nose which doesn't suit it! In the background is a Bristow Helicopter facility serving oil rigs near to Aberdeen.

Photo source - Colin S Carr

107

British World Airlines (BWA)
G-AOHM
April 1996

Transferred from British Air Ferries (BAF) due to a corporate name change still named 'Viscount Sir George Edwards'. Taken at Dyce Airport, Aberdeen, Scotland 5 April 1996.

Photo source - Eric Melrose

108

British World Airlines (BWA)
G-AOHM
July 1996

Transferred from British Air Ferries (BAF) due to a corporate name change. Taken at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England in July 1996 after being rolled out in the new Parcelforce livery.

Photo source - Brian R Burrage collection (gallery 3)

109

British World Airlines (BWA)
G-AOHM
July 1996

Transferred from British Air Ferries (BAF) due to a corporate name change. Taken at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England 23 July 1996 now in the distinctive Parcelforce livery.

Photo source - Gerard Helmer

110

British World Airlines (BWA)
G-AOHM
January 1998

Transferred from British Air Ferries (BAF) due to a corporate name change. Taken stored at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England 22 January 1998 in the distinctive Parcelforce livery after having been withdrawn from service two weeks earlier.

The aircraft behind is G-OPFI (C/N 170) which is also stored awaiting a sale.

Photo source - Ian Haskell

111

British World Airlines (BWA)
G-AOHM
September 1998

Transferred from British Air Ferries (BAF) due to a corporate name change. Taken stored at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England in September 1998 in the distinctive Parcelforce livery after having been withdrawn from service.

The aircraft behind is G-OPFI (C/N 170) which is also stored awaiting a sale.

Photo source - David Oates

112

British World Airlines (BWA)
G-AOHM
September 1998

Transferred from British Air Ferries (BAF) due to a corporate name change. Taken stored at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England in September 1998 in Parcel Force livery together with G-OPFI (C/N 170) after having been withdrawn from service and awaiting a sale.

Photo source - Nicholas Cox

113

British World Airlines (BWA)
G-AOHM
September 1998

Transferred from British Air Ferries (BAF) due to a corporate name change. Taken stored at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England in September 1998 after having been withdrawn from service and awaiting sale.

Photo source - David Oates

114

British World Airlines (BWA)
G-AOHM
September 1998

Transferred from British Air Ferries (BAF) due to a corporate name change. Taken stored at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England in September 1998 after having been withdrawn from service and awaiting a sale.

The aircraft in front is G-OPFI (C/N 170) which is also stored awaiting a sale.

Photo source - Matt Long

115

British World Airlines (BWA)
G-AOHM
September 1998

Transferred from British Air Ferries (BAF) due to a corporate name change. Taken stored at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England in September 1998 after having been withdrawn from service and awaiting a sale.

The aircraft in front is G-OPFI (C/N 170) which is also stored awaiting a sale.

Photo source - Matt Long

116

British World Airlines (BWA)
G-AOHM
September 1998

Transferred from British Air Ferries (BAF) due to a corporate name change. Taken stored at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England in September 1998 after having been withdrawn from service and awaiting a sale.

The aircraft in front is G-OPFI (C/N 170) which is also stored awaiting a sale.

Photo source - Matt Long

117

British World Airlines (BWA)
G-AOHM
September 1998

Transferred from British Air Ferries (BAF) due to a corporate name change. Taken stored at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England in September 1998 after having been withdrawn from service and awaiting a sale.

The aircraft in front is G-OPFI (C/N 170) which is also stored awaiting a sale.

Photo source - Matt Long

118

British World Airlines (BWA)
G-AOHM
October 1998

Transferred from British Air Ferries (BAF) due to a corporate name change. Taken stored at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England in October 1998 together with G-OPFI (C/N 170) after having been withdrawn from service and awaiting a sale.

Photo source - Nicholas Cox

119

Airwing 2000 Ltd
G-AOHM
August 1999

Purchased from British World Airlines (BWA). Taken at Luqa Airport, Malta in August 1999.

Photo source - John H Mounce collection

120

Interflight
3D-OHM
August 1999

Purchased from Airwing 2000 Ltd. Taken at Luqa Airport, Malta 29 August 1999 two days before its departure to Lanseria International Airport, Johannesburg, South Africa.

Photo source - Peter Tonna

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