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Viscount c/n 350

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Below are the 82 photos we have on file for Viscount c/n 350 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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South African Airways (SAA)
ZS-CDX
December 1958

Delivered new to South African Airways (SAA) named 'Wildebees'. Taken at Hurn Airport, Bournemouth, Hampshire, England in December 1958 during the test flight phase.

SAR Publicity and Travel Department photo.

Photo source - Tony Ward collection

2

South African Airways (SAA)
ZS-CDX
March 1959

Delivered new to South African Airways (SAA) named 'Wildebees'. A publicity photo taken in the SAA Hangar 8 technical area at Jan Smuts International Airport, Johannesburg, South Africa circa March 1959.

Photo source - Brian R Burrage collection (gallery 1)

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South African Airways (SAA)
ZS-CDX
June 1960

Delivered new to South African Airways (SAA) named 'Wildebees'. Taken at Salisbury International Airport, Kentucky, Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland circa June 1960 with a SAA Douglas DC-4 taxiing in the background.

Photo source - Matthew Janse van Rensburg

4

South African Airways (SAA)
ZS-CDX
August 1963

Delivered new to South African Airways (SAA) named 'Wildebees'. Taken at Jan Smuts International Airport, Johannesburg, South Africa circa August 1963 in the later 'orange tail' livery.

SAR Publicity and Travel Department photo.

Photo source - Tony Ward collection

5

South African Airways (SAA)
ZS-CDX
June 1965

Delivered new to South African Airways (SAA) named 'Wildebees'. Taken at Louis Botha International Airport, Durban, South Africa circa June 1965 with passengers boarding through Gate 3.

SAR Publicity and Travel Department photo.

Photo source - Tony Ward collection

6

South African Airways (SAA)
ZS-CDX
June 1965

Delivered new to South African Airways (SAA) named 'Wildebees'. Taken at Louis Botha International Airport, Durban, South Africa circa June 1965 with the final passengers boarding the aircraft.

SAR Publicity and Travel Department photo.

Photo source - Tony Ward collection

7

South African Airways (SAA)
ZS-CDX
March 1969

Delivered new to South African Airways (SAA) named 'Wildebees'. Taken at Louis Botha International Airport, Durban, South Africa in March 1969.

Photo source - Bob O'Brien collection

8

South African Airways (SAA)
ZS-CDX
December 1971

Delivered new to South African Airways (SAA) named 'Wildebees'. Taken at Jan Smuts International Airport, Johannesburg, South Africa in December 1971.

Photo source - Ed Jones collection

9

British Midland Airways (BMA)
G-AZLU
February 1972

Purchased from South African Airways (SAA). Taken at Jan Smuts International Airport, Johannesburg, South Africa 3 February 1972.

For some reason the wrong registration was applied.

G-AZLU had already been issued to a de Havilland DHC-2 Beaver 6 January 1972.

The correct registration G-AZNA was applied before the aircraft departed on delivery to the UK.

Photo source - Ed Jones collection

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British Midland Airways (BMA)
G-AZNA
May 1972

Purchased from South African Airways (SAA). Taken at Tegel Airport, Berlin, West Germany 13 May 1972.

Photo source - Ralf Manteufel

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British Midland Airways (BMA)
G-AZNA
August 1972

Purchased from South African Airways (SAA). Taken at Jersey Airport, Channel Islands 20 August 1972 and about to depart from the gate.

In the background is a BEA Viscount and an Intra Airways Douglas DC-3.

Photo source - Mike Pitman

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British Midland Airways (BMA)
G-AZNA
October 1975

Purchased from South African Airways (SAA). Taken at East Midlands Airport, Castle Donington, Leicestershire, England in October 1975 with BMA Handley Page HPR-7 Herald G-BAVX behind, which was powered by the Rolls-Royce Dart RDa7 Mark 532-9.

Photo source - John Hurdle

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British Midland Airways (BMA)
G-AZNA
April 1977

Purchased from South African Airways (SAA). Taken at Birmingham International Airport, Elmdon, West Midlands, England 18 April 1977.

Photo source - Paul A Tomlin

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British Midland Airways (BMA)
G-AZNA
April 1978

Purchased from South African Airways (SAA). Taken at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England 7 April 1978.

Photo source - Graham Glover

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British Midland Airways (BMA)
G-AZNA
July 1977

Purchased from South African Airways (SAA). Taken landing at Heathrow Airport, London, England in July 1977.

Photo source - Eduard Marmet

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British Midland Airways (BMA)
G-AZNA
May 1978

Purchased from South African Airways (SAA). Taken at Woolsington Airport, Newcastle, England 30 May 1978.

Photo source - Trevor S Hall

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British Midland Airways (BMA)
G-AZNA
June 1979

Purchased from South African Airways (SAA). Taken landing at Abbotsinch Airport, Glasgow, Scotland in June 1979.

Photo source - Ian Oswald via Martin Stephen

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British Midland Airways (BMA)
G-AZNA
April 1982

Purchased from South African Airways (SAA). Taken stored at East Midlands Airport, Castle Donington, Leicestershire, England in April 1982 with the forward cabin door removed and blanked off with polythene sheeting.

Photo source - Dietrich Eggert collection

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British Midland Airways (BMA)
G-AZNA
August 1982

Purchased from South African Airways (SAA). Taken at East Midlands Airport, Castle Donington, Leicestershire, England in August 1982 painted in Manx Airlines livery but with BMA titles.

It was operated by BMA for three months before being leased to Manx in a fully titled livery.

Photo source - George Stringer

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British Midland Airways (BMA)
G-AZNA
September 1982

Purchased from South African Airways (SAA). Taken at Heathrow Airport, London, England in September 1982 painted in Manx Airlines livery but with BMA titles.

It was operated by BMA for three months before being leased to Manx in a fully titled livery.

Photo source - Andrew Fraize collection

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British Midland Airways (BMA)
G-AZNA
October 1982

Purchased from South African Airways (SAA). Taken at Schiphol Airport, Amsterdam, Netherlands in October 1982 painted in Manx Airlines livery but with BMA titles.

It was operated by BMA for three months before being leased to Manx in a fully titled livery.

Photo source - Peter de Groot

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British Midland Airways (BMA)
G-AZNA
October 1982

Purchased from South African Airways (SAA). Taken at an unknown location in October 1982 painted in Manx Airlines livery but with BMA titles.

It was operated by BMA for three months before being leased to Manx in a fully titled livery.

Photo source - Geoff Blampied collection

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British Midland Airways (BMA)
G-AZNA
October 1982

Purchased from South African Airways (SAA). Taken at Guernsey Airport, Channel Islands in October 1982 painted in Manx Airlines livery but with BMA titles.

It was operated by BMA for three months before being leased to Manx in a fully titled livery.

Photo source - Geoff Jones

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Manx Airlines (Skianyn Vannin)
G-AZNA
April 1983

Leased from British Midland Airways (BMA). Taken at Ringway Airport, Manchester, England in April 1983.

It is about to depart from the gate to the Isle of Man.

The two spectators have their fingers in their ears!

Photo source - Peter Fothergill

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Manx Airlines (Skianyn Vannin)
G-AZNA
June 1983

Leased from British Midland Airways (BMA). Taken landing at Heathrow Airport, London, England circa June 1983.

Photo source - Carl Ford

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Manx Airlines (Skianyn Vannin)
G-AZNA
July 1983

Leased from British Midland Airways (BMA). Taken at Heathrow Airport, London, England in July 1983.

Photo source - Sarah Ward

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Manx Airlines (Skianyn Vannin)
G-AZNA
April 1984

Leased from British Midland Airways (BMA). Taken departing from Collinstown Airport, Dublin, Ireland 20 April 1984.

It is about to takeoff from Runway 23 on a service to the Isle of Man.

Photo source - Fergal Goodman

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Manx Airlines (Skianyn Vannin)
G-AZNA
May 1984

Leased from British Midland Airways (BMA). Taken departing from Jersey Airport, Channel Islands in May 1984.

Photo source - Austin John Brown collection

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Manx Airlines (Skianyn Vannin)
G-AZNA
June 1984

Leased from British Midland Airways (BMA). Taken landing at Ronaldsway Airport, Isle of Man in June 1984.

Photo source - Malcolm Nason

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Manx Airlines (Skianyn Vannin)
G-AZNA
August 1984

Leased from British Midland Airways (BMA). Taken at Heathrow Airport, London, England in August 1984.

Photo source - Steve Arthur

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British Midland Airways (BMA)
G-AZNA
October 1984

Returned from Manx Airlines lease. Taken at East Midlands Airport, Castle Donington, Leicestershire, England 10 October 1984 now back in BMA service but still in Manx livery which must have confused the passengers!

Photo source - Kerry Taylor

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British Midland Airways (BMA)
G-AZNA
March 1985

Returned from Manx Airlines lease. Taken at East Midlands Airport, Castle Donington, Leicestershire, England in March 1985 now repainted in full BMA livery.

Photo source - Kevin Colbran

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British Midland Airways (BMA)
G-AZNA
March 1985

Returned from Manx Airlines lease. Taken at East Midlands Airport, Castle Donington, Leicestershire, England in March 1985 with all four Rolls-Royce Dart engines running and about to be pushed back from the stand.

The Viscount in the far background is G-BFMW (C/N 67) which was being used by the airport fire service for training purposes.

Photo source - Chris (delticfan) (flickr)

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British Midland Airways (BMA)
G-AZNA
May 1985

Returned from Manx Airlines lease. Taken at East Midlands Airport, Castle Donington, Leicestershire, England 7 May 1985.

The aircraft behind is G-BMAT (C/N 349).

Photo source - Kerry Taylor

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British Midland Airways (BMA)
G-AZNA
June 1985

Returned from Manx Airlines lease. Taken at Heathrow Airport, London, England circa June 1985.

Photo source - Steve Barnes

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Manx Airlines (Skianyn Vannin)
G-AZNA
November 1985

Leased again from British Midland Airways (BMA). Taken at Ronaldsway Airport, Isle of Man in November 1985.

Photo source - Geoff Blampied collection

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British Midland Airways (BMA)
G-AZNA
September 1987

Leased back from British Aerospace. Taken at Heathrow Airport, London, England circa September 1987.

Robert is boarding for a service to Leeds / Bradford Airport, Yorkshire, England purely to experience another Viscount flight before they were retired from service.

He managed to gain access to the cockpit during the flight where the Captain advised him that they were soon going to get the BAe ATP as a modern replacement.

Note the 'No.2' painted on the spinner, even though these are interchangeable!

Also note the corresponding red marks which denotes that the propellers are in the 'ground fine pitch' position needed before an engine can be safely started.

Photo source - Robert Neal Marshall

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British Midland Airways (BMA)
G-AZNA
July 1986

Leased back from British Aerospace PLC (BAe). Taken arriving at Abbotsinch Airport, Glasgow, Scotland 10 July 1986 with the outer Dart engines already shut down.

This was the final 'diamond' livery which was introduced for the McDonnell Douglas DC-9 and certainly modernised the Viscounts' appearance and this was the only Viscount painted in this livery.

Photo source - Fergal Goodman

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British Midland Airways (BMA)
G-AZNA
July 1986

Leased back from British Aerospace PLC (BAe). Taken at Abbotsinch Airport, Glasgow, Scotland 10 July 1986.

This was the final 'diamond' livery which was introduced for the McDonnell Douglas DC-9 and certainly modernised the Viscounts' appearance and this was the only Viscount painted in this livery.

Photo source - Fergal Goodman

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British Midland Airways (BMA)
G-AZNA
July 1986

Leased back from British Aerospace PLC (BAe). Taken at Jersey Airport, Channel Islands in July 1986.

This was the final 'diamond' livery which was introduced for the McDonnell Douglas DC-9 and certainly modernised the Viscounts' appearance and this was the only Viscount painted in this livery.

Photo source - Lee McConnell collection

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British Midland Airways (BMA)
G-AZNA
May 1987

Leased back from British Aerospace PLC (BAe). A nice view of the No.4 Rolls-Royce Dart nacelle on a flight from Abbotsinch Airport, Glasgow, Scotland to East Midlands Airport, Castle Donington, Leicestershire, England 8 May 1987.

This was Fred's last flight in a Viscount.

Note the oil cooler air inlet above the main annular intake with the air exhausting from the slot in the top of the cowling.

The oil was normally in the 70 to 90 degrees C range with no external control.

During engine testing the oil temperature is taken up to the maximum of 120 degrees C to make sure that the other operating parameters are still acceptable.

Photo source - Fred Barnes

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British Midland Airways (BMA)
G-AZNA
May 1987

Leased back from British Aerospace PLC (BAe). Taken at East Midlands Airport, Castle Donington, Leicestershire, England 8 May 1987.

This was the final 'diamond' livery which was introduced for the McDonnell Douglas DC-9 and certainly modernised the Viscounts' appearance and this was the only Viscount painted in this livery.

Fred had arrived earlier in this aircraft from Abbotsinch Airport, Glasgow, Scotland and was his last flight in a Viscount.

Photo source - Fred Barnes

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British Midland Airways (BMA)
G-AZNA
May 1987

Leased back from British Aerospace PLC (BAe). Taken arriving at Jersey Airport, Channel Islands 16 May 1987 in the final 'diamond' livery which was introduced for the McDonnell Douglas DC-9 and certainly modernised the Viscounts' appearance and this was the only Viscount painted in this livery.

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

Photo source - Andy Martin

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British Midland Airways (BMA)
G-AZNA
May 1987

Leased back from British Aerospace PLC (BAe). Taken arriving at Jersey Airport, Channel Islands in May 1987 in the final 'diamond' livery which was introduced for the McDonnell Douglas DC-9 and certainly modernised the Viscounts' appearance and this was the only Viscount painted in this livery.

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

Photo source - Peter Gates collection

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British Midland Airways (BMA)
G-AZNA
June 1987

Leased back from British Aerospace PLC (BAe). Taken at Teesside Airport, Tyne & Wear, England 21 June 1987 in the final 'Diamond' livery with passengers boarding for a service to Heathrow Airport, London, England and this was the only Viscount painted in this livery.

Photo source - R A Scholefield collection

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British Midland Airways (BMA)
G-AZNA
June 1987

Leased back from British Aerospace PLC (BAe). A fine view of the port Rolls-Royce Dart engine nacelles during a 58 minute flight from Teesside, Tyne & Wear, England to Heathrow, London, England 21 June 1987.

Photo source - R A Scholefield collection

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British Midland Airways (BMA)
G-AZNA
June 1987

Leased back from British Aerospace PLC (BAe). Taken landing at Heathrow Airport, London, England circa June 1987 in the final 'Diamond' livery which was introduced for the McDonnell Douglas DC-9 and certainly modernised the Viscounts' appearance and this was the only Viscount painted in this livery.

Photo source - Masahiro Yamasaki

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British Midland Airways (BMA)
G-AZNA
July 1987

Leased back from British Aerospace PLC (BAe). Taken at Guernsey Airport, Channel Islands circa July 1987 looking very smart in the final 'Diamond' livery which was introduced for the McDonnell Douglas DC-9 and certainly modernised the Viscounts' appearance and this was the only Viscount painted in this livery.

Photo source - Geoff Jones

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British Midland Airways (BMA)
G-AZNA
October 1987

Leased back from British Aerospace PLC (BAe). Taken at Guernsey Airport, Channel Islands 3 October 1987.

This was the only Viscount painted in the final 'Diamond' livery which was introduced for the McDonnell Douglas DC-9 and certainly modernised the Viscounts' appearance.

Photo source - Mike Stedman

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British Midland Airways (BMA)
G-AZNA
February 1988

Leased back from British Aerospace PLC (BAe). Taken at Guernsey Airport, Channel Islands 18 February 1988.

It was operating the last BMA Viscount service to and from the Channel Islands.

This was the only Viscount painted in the final 'Diamond' livery which was introduced for the McDonnell Douglas DC-9 and certainly modernised the Viscounts' appearance.

Photo source - Alan De Gruchy

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British Midland Airways (BMA)
G-AZNA
February 1988

Leased back from British Aerospace PLC (BAe). Taken at Guernsey Airport, Channel Islands 18 February 1988 performing a low fly-by to celebrate the last BMA Viscount service to and from the Channel Islands.

This was the only Viscount painted in the final 'Diamond' livery which was introduced for the McDonnell Douglas DC-9 and certainly modernised the Viscounts' appearance.

Photo source - Alan De Gruchy

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STH Sales Ltd
G-AZNA
June 1988

Purchased from British Aerospace PLC (BAe). Taken at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England circa June 1988 in the basic ex BMA livery undergoing major maintenance work with British Air Ferries (BAF) Engineering including removal of the Rolls-Royce Dart RDa7 Mark 530 engines.

Photo source - Richard Robinson

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STH Sales Ltd
G-AZNA
May 1988

Purchased from British Aerospace PLC (BAe). Taken stored at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England circa May 1988 in the basic ex BMA livery undergoing major maintenance work with British Air Ferries (BAF) Engineering.

It is awaiting refitment of its Rolls-Royce Dart RDa7 Mark 530 engines.

Photo source - Alan Lord collection

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STH Sales Ltd
G-AZNA
June 1988

Purchased from British Aerospace PLC (BAe). Taken at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England in June 1988 in the basic ex BMA livery shortly before entering service with Hot Air.

Photo source - David Oates

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Hot Air
G-AZNA
July 1988

Owned by STH Sales Ltd. Taken at Heathrow Airport, London, England 5 July 1988 operating a Hot Air service to Quimper and Paris, France in the basic ex BMA livery.

Photo source - Frank C Duarte Jr.

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Hot Air
G-AZNA
September 1988

Returned from Ligacoes Aereas Regionais (LAR) lease. Taken at Lulsgate Airport, Bristol, England in September 1988 in a very basic white livery.

Photo source - Keith Brooks

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Hot Air
G-AZNA
September 1988

Returned from Ligacoes Aereas Regionais (LAR) lease. Taken at Lulsgate Airport, Bristol, England in September 1988 in a very basic white livery.

Photo source - Keith Brooks

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Hot Air
G-AZNA
September 1988

Returned from Ligacoes Aereas Regionais (LAR) lease. Taken at Lulsgate Airport, Bristol, England in September 1988 with a nice view of the starboard Dart engines and Dowty propellers.

Photo source - Keith Brooks

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Hot Air
G-AZNA
November 1988

Returned from Ligacoes Aereas Regionais (LAR) lease. Taken at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England in November 1988 outside the BAF Engineering facility after undergoing repairs to the nose undercarriage leg.

Photo source - David Oates

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Gambia Air Shuttle
G-AZNA
November 1988

Leased from STH Sales Ltd named 'Viscount Banjul'. Taken departing from Luton Airport, Bedfordshire, England circa November 1988 prior to delivery.

Photo source - Robin Herbert

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Gambia Air Shuttle
G-AZNA
August 1989

Leased from STH Sales Ltd named 'Viscount Banjul'. Taken at an unknown location in August 1989.

The background foliage is definitely tropical!

Photo source - John H Mounce collection

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STH Sales Ltd
G-AZNA
April 1990

Returned from Gambia Air Shuttle lease. Taken at Las Palmas Airport, Gran Canaria, Canary Islands 20 April 1990 on its way back to the UK.

It is still named 'Viscount Banjul'.

Photo source - D Miguel Ruiz

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British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AZNA
July 1990

Leased from STH Sales Ltd. Taken at Guernsey Airport, Channel Islands 9 July 1990. It is now in a plain white livery and back in BAF service, which presumably was not a scheduled event as it was withdrawn from service four days later.

It is still named 'Viscount Banjul'.

Photo source - Mike Stedman

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British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AZNA
May 1990

Leased from STH Sales Ltd. Taken at Guernsey Airport, Channel Islands 5 May 1990 operating a service for British Air Ferries (BAF) but still in full Gambia livery named 'Viscount Banjul'.

Photo source - Mike Stedman

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British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AZNA
May 1990

Leased from STH Sales Ltd. Taken at Jersey Airport, Channel Islands in early May 1990 operating a service for British Air Ferries (BAF) but still in full Gambia livery named 'Viscount Banjul'.

It is being towed to the terminal to start another service to the UK.

Photo source - Des Pike collection

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British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AZNA
May 1990

Leased from STH Sales Ltd. Taken at Jersey Airport, Channel Islands in early May 1990 operating a service for British Air Ferries (BAF) but still in full Gambia livery named 'Viscount Banjul'.

The aircraft in the background is a Princess Air HS146-200.

Photo source - Alan De Gruchy

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British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AZNA
May 1990

Leased from STH Sales Ltd. Taken at Guernsey Airport, Channel Islands 12 May 1990 now with BAF titles applied to the ex Gambia Air Shuttle livery.

It is still named 'Viscount Banjul'.

Photo source - Mike Stedman

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British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AZNA
May 1990

Leased from STH Sales Ltd. Taken at Jersey Airport, Channel Islands in late May 1990 now with BAF titles applied to the ex Gambia Air Shuttle livery.

It is still named 'Viscount Banjul'.

Photo source - Alan De Gruchy

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British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AZNA
June 1990

Leased from STH Sales Ltd. Taken at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England in June 1990 with BAF titles applied to the ex Gambia Air Shuttle livery.

It is still named 'Viscount Banjul'.

It was never repainted in the BAF livery.

Photo source - Peter Gates collection

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STH Sales Ltd
G-AZNA
April 1991

Returned from British Air Ferries (BAF) lease. Taked stored at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England 21 April 1991.

It is still named 'Viscount Banjul'.

Photo source - Simon Brooke

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STH Sales Ltd
G-AZNA
June 1991

Returned from British Air Ferries (BAF) lease. Taked stored at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England circa June 1991 now with all four Rolls-Royce Dart engines and propellers removed for use on other aircraft.

It is still named 'Viscount Banjul'.

Photo source - Nicholas Cox

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N9 Dancing Kokoriko
G-AZNA
March 2002

Purchased from STH Sales Ltd. Taken on the main road near Waarschoot, Belgium in March 2002 preserved outside a night club in a basic white livery with poorly made dummy propellers.

It is still named 'Viscount Banjul'.

Photo source - Stefan De Sutter

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N9 Dancing Kokoriko
G-AZNA
March 2002

Purchased from STH Sales Ltd. Taken on the main road near Waarschoot, Belgium in March 2002 preserved outside a night club in a basic white livery.

It is still named 'Viscount Banjul'.

Photo source - Stefan De Sutter

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N9 Dancing Kokoriko
G-AZNA
October 2002

Purchased from STH Sales Ltd. Taken on the main road near Waarschoot, Belgium 11 October 2002 preserved outside a night club in a basic white livery with poorly made dummy propellers.

It is still named 'Viscount Banjul'.

Photo source - Bart Noeth

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N9 Dancing Kokoriko
G-AZNA
October 2006

Purchased from STH Sales Ltd. Taken on the main road near Waarschoot, Belgium 16 October 2006 preserved outside a night club in a basic white livery with poorly made dummy propellers.

It is still named 'Viscount Banjul'.

Photo source - Grant Campbell

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N9 Dancing Kokoriko
G-AZNA
March 2008

Purchased from STH Sales Ltd. Taken on the main road near Waarschoot, Belgium 25 March 2008 preserved outside a night club in a basic white livery with poorly made dummy propellers.

It is still named 'Viscount Banjul' on the port side.

Photo source - Rudi Pické

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N9 Dancing Kokoriko
G-AZNA
March 2008

Purchased from STH Sales Ltd. Taken on the main road near Waarschoot, Belgium 25 March 2008 preserved outside a night club in a basic white livery with poorly made dummy propellers.

It is still named 'Viscount Banjul' on the port side.

Photo source - Rudi Pické

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N9 Dancing Kokoriko
G-AZNA
April 2014

Purchased from STH Sales Ltd. Taken on the main road near Waarschoot, Belgium 4 April 2014 preserved outside a night club in a basic white livery with poorly made dummy propellers.

It is still named 'Viscount Banjul' on the port side.

Photo source - Vince Horan

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N9 Dancing Kokoriko
G-AZNA
June 2016

Purchased from STH Sales Ltd. Taken on the main road near Waarschoot, Belgium 27 June 2016 preserved outside a night club in a basic white livery with poorly made dummy propellers.

It is still named 'Viscount Banjul' on the port side.

Photo source - Bob Godts

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N9 Dancing Kokoriko
G-AZNA
June 2016

Purchased from STH Sales Ltd. Taken on the main road near Waarschoot, Belgium 27 June 2016 preserved outside a night club in a basic white livery with poorly made dummy propellers.

It is still named 'Viscount Banjul'.

Two of the propeller blades have now been snapped off.

Photo source - Bob Godts

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N9 Dancing Kokoriko
G-AZNA
December 2017

Purchased from STH Sales Ltd. Taken on the main road near Waarschoot, Belgium 27 December 2017 preserved outside a night club in a basic white livery with poorly made dummy propellers.

It is still named 'Viscount Banjul'.

The two broken propeller blades have now been repaired.

A very atmospheric shot.

Photo source - Jeroen Stroes

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N9 Dancing Kokoriko
G-AZNA
May 2019

Purchased from STH Sales Ltd. Taken on the main road near Waarschoot, Belgium in May 2019 preserved outside a night club in a basic white livery with poorly made dummy propellers.

It is reportedly now for sale.

Photo source - Google Earth

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