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Viscount c/n 168

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Below are the 74 photos we have on file for Viscount c/n 168 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.

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British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AOHT
June 1958

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) named 'R M A Ralph Fitch'. Taken at London Airport (Heathrow), Middlesex, England in June 1958 with the Queen's building and control tower in the background.

Photo Ref V354

Photo source - Brian N Stainer (Aviation Photo News)

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British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AOHT
June 1960

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) named 'R M A Ralph Fitch'. Taken approaching the south coast of England on a service to London Airport in June 1960 with the dependable Rolls-Royce Dart RDa6 Mark 510 engines singing away at about 13,500 RPM in the cruise phase.

The propeller by comparision is turning at about 1500 RPM.

The oblong slots in the top of the nacelle cowlings is the air exhaust for the engine oil cooler. The oil normally runs at about 70 to 90 degrees Celcius with a pressure of about 22 PSI for the bearings and boosted up to about 600 PSI for the torque (power measurement) system and propeller pitch control.

Photo source - William H Blunt collection

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British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AOHT
June 1960

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) named 'R M A Ralph Fitch'. After arriving at London Airport (Heathrow), Middlesex, England and disembarking, the passenger who took the previous photo from the cabin window has also captured a closeup of the tail.

This aircraft has not yet been repainted in the new 'Red Square' livery, which would have been done during the next major base check.

Note the 'Royal Mail' insignia with the coaching horn and crown.

Photo source - William H Blunt collection

4

British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AOHT
June 1963

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) and now un-named. Taken at London Airport (Heathrow), Middlesex, England in June 1963 in the later 'Red Square' livery.

Photo source - Geoff Blampied collection

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British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AOHT
June 1967

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) and now un-named. Taken at Collinstown Airport, Dublin, Ireland circa June 1967.

Note the repositioned registration and the Bedford CA van converted for use as mobile steps.

Photo source - Malcolm Nason

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

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) and now un-named. Taken at Gatwick Airport, Surrey, England circa June 1968.

Note the recently completed four storey office block above the terminal building and the newly installed 'Welcome to Gatwick' sign.

Photo source - Trevor Davies

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British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AOHT
October 1969

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) and now un-named. Taken at Gatwick Airport, Surrey, England circa October 1969 in the new 'Flying Union Jack' livery.

All the engines are running and it is about to be pushed back from the stand.

In the murky background is a British United Airways Vickers VC10 with one of their BAC One-Eleven 201C's taxying behind an area undergoing re-construction.

Photo source - Sergei Tsvetkov collection

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British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AOHT
June 1971

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) and now un-named. Taken arriving at a very quiet Ringway Airport, Manchester, England circa June 1971.

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

Photo source - Des Pike collection

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

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) and now un-named. Taken at an unknown location in August 1971.

Photo source - Bob O'Brien collection

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British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AOHT
August 1972

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) and now un-named. Taken at Ringway Airport, Manchester, England in August 1972 now with 'Channel Islands' titles.

This must be one of the greatest ramp shots ever, and luckily features a Viscount as well as a SAS Sud SE210 Caravelle, Dan-Air de Havilland Comet 4, World Airways Douglas DC-8 and a BOAC Vickers VC10.

Photo source - Richard Vandervord

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British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AOHT
August 1972

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) and now un-named. Taken at Jersey Airport, Channel Islands 15 August 1972 with 'Channel Islands' titles.

She is parked outside the BEA maintenance hangar ready for the late and night shifts to carry out any work required.

Mike used to regularly visit this area and was always warmly welcomed by the Engineers.

Photo source - Mike Pitman

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British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AOHT
August 1972

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) and now un-named. Taken at Jersey Airport, Channel Islands 20 August 1972 with 'Channel Islands' titles taxiing out for departure.

Photo source - Mike Pitman

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British Airways (BA)
G-AOHT
August 1973

Transferred from British European Airways (BEA) due to a corporate merger. Taken at Heathrow Airport, London, England 7 August 1973, just a week after the transfer from BEA.

Most of the ground support equipment in the background is still carrying the BEA logo.

Photo source - Michael Bernhard

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British Airways (BA)
G-AOHT
August 1973

Transferred from British European Airways (BEA) due to a corporate merger. Taken at Jersey Airport, Channel Islands in August 1973 outside the former BEA maintenance hangar.

Note the small 'British Airways' titles on the forward lower fuselage.

Photo source - Des Pike collection

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British Airways (BA)
G-AOHT
September 1973

Transferred from British European Airways (BEA) due to a corporate merger. Taken at Dalcross Airport, Inverness, Scotland 7 September 1973.

Note the small 'British Airways' titles on the forward lower fuselage.

Flight BE8192 was scheduled from Heathrow to Edinburgh, then Aberdeen and on to John O'Groats Airport, Wick, but was diverted to Inverness due to bad weather at Wick, hence the 'angry' skies seen here.

Ed used his Los Angeles International (LAX) security pass to get 'air-side' to take this photo.

Note the Bedford TK fuel bowser.

The ancient tug is surely a museum piece, even then!

Photo source - Ed K Becker

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British Airways (BA)
G-AOHT
September 1973

Transferred from British European Airways (BEA) due to a corporate merger. Taken at Dalcross Airport, Inverness, Scotland 7 September 1973.

Note the small 'British Airways' titles on the forward lower fuselage.

Flight BE8192 was scheduled from Heathrow to Edinburgh, then Aberdeen and on to John O'Groats Airport, Wick, but was diverted to Inverness due to bad weather at Wick.

It is now starting up to finally complete the service to Wick, after the weather there improved but sadly Ed was not able to be on it and returned to Glasgow by road.

A scenic journey that he really enjoyed.

Photo source - Ed K Becker

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British Airways (BA)
G-AOHT
September 1973

Transferred from British European Airways (BEA) due to a corporate merger. Taken at Jersey Airport, Channel Islands in late September 1973, now with 'British Airways' titles applied to the basic BEA livery.

Photo source - John Allen

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British Airways (BA)
G-AOHT
June 1974

Transferred from British European Airways (BEA) due to a corporate merger. Taken at Birmingham International Airport, Elmdon, West Midlands, England circa June 1974.

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

Photo source - Des Pike collection

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British Airways (BA)
G-AOHT
July 1974

Transferred from British European Airways (BEA) due to a corporate merger. Taken at Speke Airport, Liverpool, England in July 1974.

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

Photo source - Peter Gates collection

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British Airways (BA)
G-AOHT
August 1974

Transferred from British European Airways (BEA) due to a corporate merger. Taken at Jersey Airport, Channel Islands circa August 1974 with British Island Airways Handley Page HPR-7 Herald G-APWF in the foreground.

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

The Karrier Bantam baggage truck is still in the old BEA livery.

Photo source - Bob O'Brien collection

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British Airways (BA)
G-AOHT
April 1975

Transferred from British European Airways (BEA) due to a corporate merger. Taken departing from Dyce Airport, Aberdeen, Scotland in April 1975.

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

Photo source - Richard Vandervord

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British Airways (BA)
G-AOHT
May 1975

Transferred from British European Airways (BEA) due to a corporate merger. Taken at Woolsington Airport, Newcastle, England in May 1975.

Photo source - Peter R Keating

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British Airways (BA)
G-AOHT
May 1975

Transferred from British European Airways (BEA) due to a corporate merger. Taken landing at Heathrow Airport, London, England on the 5 May 1975 in a modified BEA livery with small 'Channel' titles on the lower forward fuselage.

Photo source - Trevor Warne

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British Airways (BA)
G-AOHT
January 1976

Transferred from British European Airways (BEA) due to a corporate merger. Taken at Jersey Airport, Channel Islands in January 1976 in full BA livery.

Photo source - Arno Janssen

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British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHT
August 1981

Purchased from British Airways (BA). Taken at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England in August 1981 being prepared for wet lease to the Aqua Avia Society in New Zealand with 'SkyBus' titles.

Photo source - Richard Vandervord

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British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHT
August 1981

Purchased from British Airways (BA). Taken at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England 9 August 1981 being prepared for wet lease to the Aqua Avia Society in New Zealand with 'SkyBus' titles.

Photo source - Keith Heywood

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British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHT
August 1981

Purchased from British Airways (BA). Taken at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England 29 August 1981 being prepared for wet lease to the Aqua Avia Society in New Zealand with 'SkyBus' titles.

Photo source - Keith Heywood

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British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHT
September 1981

Purchased from British Airways (BA). Taken at Abbotsinch Airport, Glasgow, Scotland 5 September 1981 on an air test prior to its delivery to New Zealand on wet lease to the Aqua Avia Society with 'SkyBus' titles.

Photo source - James Gardner

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British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHT
September 1981

Purchased from British Airways (BA). Taken at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England in September 1981 prior to its departure to New Zealand on wet lease to the Aqua Avia Society with 'SkyBus' titles.

Photo source - Mike J Sessions

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British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHT
September 1981

Purchased from British Airways (BA). Taken at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England in September 1981 prior to its departure to New Zealand on wet lease to the Aqua Avia Society with 'SkyBus' titles.

Photo source - Peter Gates collection

31

Aqua Avia Society
G-AOHT
September 1981

Wet leased from British Air Ferries (BAF). Taken at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England in September 1981 just prior to its departure to New Zealand.

Photo source - Keith Burton

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Aqua Avia Society
G-AOHT
October 1981

Wet leased from British Air Ferries (BAF). Taken at Eagle Farm Airport, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia in early October 1981 during the delivery to New Zealand.

Photo source - Peter Gates collection

33

Aqua Avia Society
ZK-SKY
October 1981

Wet leased from British Air Ferries (BAF) and re-registered from G-AOHT. Taken at an unknown location in New Zealand in late October 1981 after being registered in New Zealand.

Photo source - Peter Gates collection

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Aqua Avia Society
ZK-SKY
October 1981

Wet leased from British Air Ferries (BAF) and re-registered from G-AOHT. Taken at an unknown location in New Zealand in late October 1981 after being registered in New Zealand.

Photo source - Peter Gates collection

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Aqua Avia Society
ZK-SKY
October 1981

Wet leased from British Air Ferries (BAF) and re-registered from G-AOHT. Taken at an unknown location in New Zealand in late October 1981 after being registered in New Zealand.

Photo source - Peter Gates collection

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Aqua Avia Society
ZK-SKY
November 1981

Wet leased from British Air Ferries (BAF) and re-registered from G-AOHT. Taken at Mangere Airport, Auckland, New Zealand 22 November 1981, not long before it was taken back by BAF (NZ) Limited.

Photo source - Dave Marshall

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British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHT
April 1982

Returned from Bouraq Indonesia Airlines lease. Taken at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England in April 1982 in a basic dark blue and white livery.

Photo source - Udo Schaefer

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British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHT
April 1982

Returned from Bouraq Indonesia Airlines lease. Taken at Mulhouse Airport, Basel, Switzerland in April 1982 now with a tail livery applied.

Photo source - Eduard Marmet

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British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHT
May 1982

Returned from Bouraq Indonesia Airlines lease. Taken at Stuttgart Airport, West Germany 18 May 1982.

Photo source - Andreas Dürr

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British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHT
June 1982

Returned from Bouraq Indonesia Airlines lease. Taken at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England in June 1982 now with 'BAF' titles on the tail.

Photo source - David Oates

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British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHT
June 1982

Returned from Bouraq Indonesia Airlines lease. Taken at Mulhouse Airport, Basel, Alsace Region, France 19 June 1982 now with 'BAF' titles on the tail.

Photo source - Eduard Marmet

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British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHT
July 1982

Returned from Bouraq Indonesia Airlines lease. Taken at Mulhouse Airport, Basel, Alsace Region, France circa July 1982.

Photo source - Peter Gates collection

43

Polar Airways
G-AOHT
September 1982

Leased from British Air Ferries (BAF). Taken at East Midlands Airport, Castle Donington, Leicestershire, England in September 1982 in cargo configuration.

Photo source - Ed Jones collection

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British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHT
March 1983

Leased from the trustees of Polar Airways. Taken at East Midlands Airport, Castle Donington, Leicestershire, England in March 1983 after the removal of the word 'Polar' on the fuselage and tail.

The aircraft is still in a cargo configuration.

Photo source - Peter Gates collection

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British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHT
May 1983

Leased from the trustees of Polar Airways. Taken at East Midlands Airport, Castle Donington, Leicestershire, England in May 1983 with 'Aerolink' titles on the nose.

This was a regular cargo operation from East Midlands Airport to Maastricht, Netherlands on behalf of Pandair who were a freight forwarder.

Photo source - Ed Jones collection

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British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHT
May 1983

Leased from the trustees of Polar Airways. Taken at an unknown location circa May 1983 with 'Aerolink' titles on the nose.

This was a regular cargo operation from East Midlands Airport to Maastricht, Netherlands on behalf of Pandair who were a freight forwarder.

It now has BAF titles on the tail.

Photo source - Peter Gates collection

47

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHT
June 1983

Leased from the trustees of Polar Airways. Taken at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England in June 1983.

Photo source - Richard Vandervord

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British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHT
July 1983

Leased from the trustees of Polar Airways. Taken at East Midlands Airport, Castle Donington, Leicestershire, England in July 1983 with 'Aerolink' titles on the port side of the nose.

This was a regular cargo operation from East Midlands Airport to Maastricht, Netherlands on behalf of Pandair who were freight forwarders.

Photo source - Martyn Wilson

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British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHT
July 1983

Leased from the trustees of Polar Airways. Taken landing at an unknown location in July 1983 with 'Aerolink' titles on the port side of the nose.

This Viscount operated a regular cargo operation from East Midlands Airport to Maastricht, Netherlands on behalf of Pandair who were freight forwarders.

Photo source - David Johnstone collection

50

Euroair Transport Ltd
G-AOHT
June 1984

Purchased from the trustees of Polar Airways. Taken at Orly Airport, Paris, France in June 1984 back in passenger configuration.

Photo source - Fernando Mesquita collection

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Euroair Transport Ltd
G-AOHT
June 1984

Purchased from the trustees of Polar Airways. Taken at Mulhouse Airport, Basel, Alsace Region, France in June 1984 back in passenger configuration.

Photo source - Eduard Marmet

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Euroair Transport Ltd
G-AOHT
June 1984

Purchased from the trustees of Polar Airways. Taken at Tegel Airport, Berlin, West Germany in June 1984 in passenger configuration.

Photo source - Planeboys

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Euroair Transport Ltd
G-AOHT
July 1984

Purchased from the trustees of Polar Airways. Taken departing from Luqa Airport, Malta in July 1984 in passenger configuration.

Photo source - Peter Tonna

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Euroair Transport Ltd
G-AOHT
July 1984

Purchased from the trustees of Polar Airways. Taken at Luton Airport, Bedfordshire, England 7 July 1984.

Note the Ford Transit van painted gold to match part of the aircraft's livery.

Photo source - Kerry Taylor

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Euroair Transport Ltd
G-AOHT
July 1984

Purchased from the trustees of Polar Airways. Taken at Luton Airport, Bedfordshire, England in July 1984.

Photo source - Gordon Wilson

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Euroair Transport Ltd
G-AOHT
August 1984

Purchased from the trustees of Polar Airways. Taken at Middelkerke Airport, Ostend, Belgium circa August 1984 in passenger configuration.

Photo source - Peter Gates collection

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Euroair Transport Ltd
G-AOHT
August 1984

Purchased from the trustees of Polar Airways. Taken at Luton Airport, Bedfordshire, England circa August 1984 with the late evening sun creating a warm glow.

Photo source - Ray Brettle

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Euroair Transport Ltd
G-AOHT
August 1984

Purchased from the trustees of Polar Airways. Taken at Baginton Airport, Coventry, Warwickshire, England 25 August 1984 awaiting its night freight consignment.

This was restricted to the size of the standard forward cabin door and mainly involved sacks of parcels for the post office.

Photo source - Alan Beardmore collection

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Virgin Atlantic Airways
G-AOHT
March 1985

Leased from Euroair Transport Ltd. Taken at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England in late March 1985 just prior to going on lease in a hybrid livery.

Photo source - David Oates

60

Virgin Atlantic Airways
G-AOHT
April 1985

Leased from Euroair Transport Ltd. Taken at Gatwick Airport, West Sussex, England in April 1985 in a hybrid livery.

Photo source - John Johnson

61

Virgin Atlantic Airways
G-AOHT
May 1985

Leased from Euroair Transport Ltd. Taken by Tom at Gatwick Airport, West Sussex, England circa May 1985 in a hybrid livery with larger sister Boeing 747-287B G-VIRG behind.

Note the Euroair Ford Transit ground maintenance vehicle.

Photo source - Tom Singfield

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Virgin Atlantic Airways
G-AOHT
May 1985

Leased from Euroair Transport Ltd. Taken at Gatwick Airport, West Sussex, England in May 1985 in a hybrid livery.

Photo source - Richard Vandervord

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Virgin Atlantic Airways
G-AOHT
June 1985

Leased from Euroair Transport Ltd. Taken at Gatwick Airport, West Sussex, England circa June 1985 in a hybrid livery.

Photo source - Peter Gates collection

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Virgin Atlantic Airways
G-AOHT
July 1985

Leased from Euroair Transport Ltd. Taken landing at Gatwick Airport, West Sussex, England in July 1985 in a hybrid livery.

Photo source - Brian R Burrage collection (gallery 3)

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Virgin Atlantic Airways
G-AOHT
July 1985

Leased from Euroair Transport Ltd. Taken at Gatwick Airport, West Sussex, England in July 1985 in a hybrid livery with Euroair G-BNAA (C/N 311) in the background.

Tom's high-rise 'office' can also be seen in the background.

Photo source - Tom Singfield

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British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHT
September 1985

Purchased from Euroair Transport Ltd. Taken at East Midlands Airport, Castle Donington, Leicestershire, England in September 1985 operating a charter flight.

It is still painted in the modified Euroair livery when it was leased to Virgin Atlantic Airways.

Photo source - Graham Fitzjohn

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British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHT
March 1987

Purchased from Euroair Transport Ltd. Taken at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England 18 March 1987 after removal of all useful parts.

The aircraft on the right is G-AOYL (C/N 261) which is only in temporary storage as it returned to service with 'British' titles.

Photo source - Paul J Hooper

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British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOHT
March 1987

Purchased from Euroair Transport Ltd. Taken at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England 18 March 1987 after removal of all useful parts.

It lingered on until March 1991 before it was scrapped.

Photo source - Paul J Hooper

69

Brooklands Museum
G-AOHT
December 2013

British Air Ferries (BAF) scrapped the aircraft at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England in March 1991. Taken at Brooklands Museum, Weybridge, Surrey, England 10 December 2013 with the port outer wing section on a truck.

Photo source - Brian R Burrage collection (gallery 3)

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Brooklands Museum
G-AOHT
December 2013

British Air Ferries (BAF) scrapped the aircraft at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England in March 1991. Taken at Brooklands Museum, Weybridge, Surrey, England 10 December 2013 with the port outer wing section on a truck.

Note the oval aperture where the motorised landing light recessed into.

Photo source - Brian R Burrage collection (gallery 3)

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Brooklands Museum
G-AOHT
May 2016

British Air Ferries (BAF) scrapped the aircraft at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England in March 1991. Taken at Brooklands Museum, Weybridge, Surrey, England 10 May 2016 with the port outer wing section on a trolley.

During 2017 a restoration programme was started by the Viscount maintenance voluntary team.

Note the rubber fuel 'bladder' tanks visible inside the wing cavities.

The other starboard wing section in the background came from G-AOYM (C/N 262) during a maintenance period with BAF before the aircraft went to Lineas Aereas Canarias (LAC).

Photo source - Brian R Burrage collection (gallery 3)

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Brooklands Museum
G-AOHT
May 2019

British Air Ferries (BAF) scrapped the aircraft at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England in March 1991. Taken at Brooklands Museum, Weybridge, Surrey, England 7 May 2019 with the port outer wing section on a trolley.

A restoration programme is on-going by the Viscount maintenance voluntary team.

Photo source - Paul Rainbird

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Brooklands Museum
G-AOHT
May 2019

British Air Ferries (BAF) scrapped the aircraft at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England in March 1991. Taken at Brooklands Museum, Weybridge, Surrey, England 14 May 2019 with the port outer wing section on a trolley.

A restoration programme is on-going by the Viscount maintenance voluntary team.

It now has the base coat of red which will represent the 'Red Square' livery introduced by BEA in 1959.

Photo source - Paul Rainbird

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Brooklands Museum
G-AOHT
July 2019

British Air Ferries (BAF) scrapped the aircraft at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England in March 1991. Taken at Brooklands Museum, Weybridge, Surrey, England 2 July 2019 with the port outer wing section on a trolley.

A restoration programme is on-going by the Viscount maintenance voluntary team.

It now has the finish coat of silver and the internal areas are now green.

It will be finished to represent the 'Red Square' livery introduced by BEA in 1959.

Note the two fuel bladder tank access holes.

Ex BAF Viscount G-APIM (C/N 412) is in the background along with a Viking and Vanguard.

Photo source - Paul Rainbird

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