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Viscount c/n 435

Operational Record

Photo of Viscount c/n 435
Trans-Australia Airlines (TAA)


Australia flag Australia

This V.816 series Viscount was built for
Trans-Australia Airlines (TAA) as VH-TVR

It first flew on Monday, 24 August 1959 at Hurn, Bournemouth, Hampshire, England powered by Rolls-Royce Dart 525 engines.


During its life this aircraft was also owned and/or operated by
Union Carbide & Carbon Corporation, Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF), Alda Corporation, Jetair Australia / Jet Airlines Australia, Brins Finance Corporation, Gates Aviation Turbine Propeller Sales, Sultan of Oman’s Air Force (SOAF), Royal Swazi National Airways, British Midland Airways (BMA), Manx Airlines, British Aerospace, Baltic Airlines, Landhurst Leasing PLC, British Air Ferries (BAF), British World Airlines (BWA), Heli-Jet Aviation Ltd and Planes R Us (Pty) Ltd


Photo of Viscount c/n 435
Trans IntAir


Zaire flag Zaire

Its final owner/operator was
Trans IntAir as 9Q-CGL.

Its fate:-
Damaged beyond economic repair at Bondo airstrip in the Democratic Republic of Congo after an aborted three engine takeoff from a gravel airstrip. Noted still in existence 19 July 2018 and gradually disappearing into the undergrowth.


Operational record
Photo of Trans-Australia Airlines (TAA) Viscount VH-TVR *

Country of Registration Australia

August 1959 to May 1960

Trans-Australia Airlines (TAA)

VH-TVR * - c/n 435 - a V.816 series Viscount
Australia registered

This was the third V.800 series and the third V.816 Viscount ordered by Trans-Australia Airlines (TAA).

22 June 1954
Registered to Australian National Airlines Commission trading as Trans-Australia Airlines (TAA) on the Australian Aircraft Register as VH-TVR.

August 1959
The proposed sale to Trans-Australia Airlines (TAA) named as ‘John Murray’ was not completed.

24 August 1959
First flight from Hurn Airport, Bournemouth, Hampshire, England fitted with Rolls-Royce Dart RDa7 Mark 525 engines.

It had an extra small sized window at the rear of the cabin on both sides.

7 to 13 September 1959
Exhibited as a static display at the Society of British Aircraft Constructors (SBAC) air show at Farnborough Airfield, Hampshire, England in TAA livery.

April 1960
Converted to V.836 standard for the Union Carbide & Carbon Corporation.


Photo of Union Carbide & Carbon Corporation Viscount N40N

Country of Registration United States

May 1960 to August 1964

Union Carbide & Carbon Corporation

N40N - c/n 435 - a V.816 series Viscount
United States registered

April 1960
Converted from V.816 to V.836 and fitted with extended range ‘slipper’ fuel tanks.

14 April 1960
First flight as a V.836 from Hurn Airport, Bournemouth, Hampshire, England.

17 May 1960
Handed over to the Union Carbide & Carbon Corporation.

22 May 1960
Noted at Blackbushe Airport, Hampshire, England carrying out crew training and ILS approaches.

August 1964
Sold to the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF). The actual date is not known. Details please to information@vickersviscount.net


Photo of Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) Viscount A6-435

Country of Registration Australia

August 1964 to November 1969

Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF)

A6-435 - c/n 435 - a V.816 series Viscount
Australia registered

August 1964
Purchased from the Union Carbide & Carbon Corporation to supplement the hard pressed Convair Metropolitans and Douglas Dakotas of 34 Squadron RAAF - Royal Australian Air Force.

12 August 1964
Departed the USA under the command of the 34 Squadron CO Wing Commander W Addison MVO AFC via a North Atlantic crossing, then through Europe, Iran, India, South East Asia and Western Australia.

28 August 1964
Finally arrived at RAAF Fairbairn, Canberra, Australia from Edinburgh Airport, South Australia.

In RAAF - Royal Australian Air Force VIP layout of three flight crew and up to 32 passengers this aircraft became the flagship, along with Viscount A6-436 (C/N 436) of 34 Squadron's VIP fleet.

13 February 1965
Noted flying in formation with sister Viscount A6-436 (C/N 436) From Melbourne, Victoria, Australia to their home base at RAAF Fairbairn, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory. Australia. They had taken a flight crew down to Melbourne to collect the other Viscount which had just had a major overhaul with Ansett Airlines.

20 February 1965
The Duke of Edinburgh became the first member of the Royal family to fly in a RAAF - Royal Australian Air Force Viscount when he flew from Sydney to Canberra, Australia.

A6-435 attend the air pageant at Mangere, New Zealand to mark the opening of the Auckland International Airport.
Noted at the air pageant
at Mangere, New Zealand

25 January 1966
Noted at Rongotai Airport, Wellington, New Zealand after crossing the Tasman Sea from Australia to New Zealand.

29 January 1966
Attended the air pageant at Mangere Airport, Auckland, New Zealand to mark the opening of the new International Airport.

29 January 1967
Took Prime Minister Harold Holt to Rongotai Airport, Wellington, New Zealand as part of an official visit.

8 February 1967
Took Prime Minister Harold Holt back to Australia from Harewood Airport, Christchurch, New Zealand after an official visit.

March 1969
Withdrawn from service with under 5,000 airframe hours.

August 1969
Put up for disposal by the Australian Department of Supply.

November 1969
Sold to the Alda Corporation.


Photo of Alda Corporation Viscount N40NA

Country of Registration United States

November 1969 to December 1969

Alda Corporation

N40NA - c/n 435 - a V.816 series Viscount
United States registered

November 1969
Purchased from the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) still in the basic RAAF livery with all military markings painted out.

The aircraft remained stored at Bankstown Airport, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

December 1969
Sold to Jetair Australia / Jet Airlines Australia.

27 February 2018
US registration eventually cancelled by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)!!


Photo of Jetair Australia / Jet Airlines Australia Viscount VH-EQP

Country of Registration Australia

December 1969 to September 1970

Jetair Australia / Jet Airlines Australia

VH-EQP - c/n 435 - a V.816 series Viscount
Australia registered

December 1969
Purchased from the Alda Corporation in the basic RAAF livery with all military markings painted out.

There was a government restriction on the import of aircraft of this size, so these two Viscounts were ideal.

The company was owned by Alexander Barton and his son Thomas. Together with investors it was intended to put this aircraft and VH-EQQ (C/N 436) into service in competition with the two main carriers TAA and Ansett. This never happened and the company filed for bankruptcy.

The aircraft remained stored at Bankstown Airport, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

25 September 1970
Title transferred to Brins Finance Corporation, which was another company owned by the Bartons.


Photo of Brins Finance Corporation Viscount VH-EQP

Country of Registration Australia

September 1970 to September 1970

Brins Finance Corporation

VH-EQP - c/n 435 - a V.816 series Viscount
Australia registered

25 September 1970
Title transferred from Jetair Australia / Jet Airlines Australia after that company filed for bankruptcy.

This was another company owned by Alexander Barton and his son Thomas.

It was still in the basic RAAF livery with all military markings painted out.

25 September 1970
Sold to Gates Aviation Turbine Propeller Sales.


Photo of Gates Aviation Turbine Propeller Sales Viscount VH-EQP

Country of Registration Australia

September 1970 to June 1971

Gates Aviation Turbine Propeller Sales

VH-EQP - c/n 435 - a V.816 series Viscount
Australia registered

25 September 1970
Purchased from Brins Finance Corporation still in the basic RAAF livery with all titles painted out.

10 October 1970
Noted at Gatwick Airport, Surrey, England on its way to the USA.

November 1970
Noted at Stapleton Airport, Denver, Colorado, USA.

June 1971
Sold to Sultan of Oman's Air Force (SOAF).


Photo of Sultan of Oman's Air Force (SOAF) Viscount 501

Country of Registration Oman

June 1971 to September 1978

Sultan of Oman's Air Force (SOAF)

501 - c/n 435 - a V.816 series Viscount
Oman registered

June 1971
Purchased from Gates Aviation Turbine Propeller Sales.

Taken at Rochford, Southend, Essex, England July 1971 in basic RAAF - Royal Australian Air Force livery.
Noted at Rochford, Southend, Essex, England in July 1971

June 1971
Noted at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England in basic Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) livery but with SOAF serial ‘501’ applied, and fitted with extended range 'slipper' fuel tanks.

October 1971
Noted at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England now repainted in full SOAF livery outside a British Air Ferries hangar.

At Airwork Services Ltd, Hurn Airport, Bournemouth, Hampshire, England.
At Airwork Services Ltd, Hurn Airport, Bournemouth, Hampshire, England

30 September 1971
Departed from Hurn Airport, Bournemouth, Hampshire, England on delivery to SOAF.

December 1977
Returned to Hurn Airport, Bournemouth, Hampshire, England for storage after retirement from SOAF service. The actual date is not known. Details please to
information@vickersviscount.net

December 1977
Ferried from Hurn Airport, Bournemouth, Hampshire, England to Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England and stored. The actual date is not known. Details please to
information@vickersviscount.net

January 1978
Noted stored at Ringway Airport, Manchester, England together with 502 (C/N 436).

July 1978
A sale to Royal Swazi National Airways was not completed, however the registration 3D-ACM was noted applied to the SOAF livery.

12 September 1978
Sold to British Midland Airways (BMA).


Photo of Royal Swazi National Airways Viscount 3D-ACM

Country of Registration Swaziland

July 1978 to July 1978

Royal Swazi National Airways

3D-ACM - c/n 435 - a V.816 series Viscount
Swaziland registered

July 1978
The purchase from the Sultan of Oman's Air Force (SOAF) was not completed.

Registration 3D-ACM was applied to the SOAF livery.


Photo of British Midland Airways (BMA) Viscount 3D-ACM

Country of Registration Swaziland

September 1978 to March 1979

British Midland Airways (BMA)

3D-ACM - c/n 435 - a V.816 series Viscount
Swaziland registered

12 September 1978
Purchased from the Sultan of Oman's Air Force (SOAF) and ferried from Ringway Airport, Manchester, England to East Midlands Airport, Castle Donington, Leicestershire, England in full SOAF livery.

Repainted in full British Midland Airways (BMA) livery. The extended range ‘slipper’ tanks were removed during pre-service modifications and maintenance.

This aircraft had been fitted with extended range ‘slipper’ fuel tanks for 18½ years.

12 March 1979
Re-registered G-BFZL.


Photo of British Midland Airways (BMA) Viscount G-BFZL

Country of Registration United Kingdom

March 1979 to October 1983

British Midland Airways (BMA)

G-BFZL - c/n 435 - a V.816 series Viscount
United Kingdom registered

12 March 1979
Re-registered from 3D-ACM.

24 March 1979
First service for British Midland Airways (BMA) from East Midlands Airport, Leicestershire, England to Jersey Airport, Channel Islands.

2 October 1983
Leased to Manx Airlines.


Photo of Manx Airlines (Skianyn Vannin) Viscount G-BFZL

Country of Registration United Kingdom

October 1983 to November 1983

Manx Airlines (Skianyn Vannin)

G-BFZL - c/n 435 - a V.816 series Viscount
United Kingdom registered

2 October 1983
Leased from British Midland Airways (BMA) in full BMA livery but with ‘Manx’ titles.

26 November 1983
Returned to British Midland Airways (BMA).


Photo of British Midland Airways (BMA) Viscount G-BFZL

Country of Registration United Kingdom

November 1983 to November 1985

British Midland Airways (BMA)

G-BFZL - c/n 435 - a V.816 series Viscount
United Kingdom registered

26 November 1983
Returned from lease to Manx Airlines.

December 1983
Aircraft noted still in British Midland Airways (BMA) livery with ‘Manx’ titles.

1985
Noted stored at Teesside International Airport, Darlington, County Durham, England.

circa September 1985
Noted at East Midlands Airport, Castle Donington, Leicestershire, England undergoing a major overhaul.

16 November 1985
Leased back to Manx Airlines in full livery.


Photo of Manx Airlines (Skianyn Vannin) Viscount G-BFZL

Country of Registration United Kingdom

November 1985 to November 1988

Manx Airlines (Skianyn Vannin)

G-BFZL - c/n 435 - a V.816 series Viscount
United Kingdom registered

16 November 1985
Leased again from British Midland Airways (BMA) in full Manx Airlines livery and delivered to Ronaldsway, Isle of Man.

May 1986
British Midland Airways (BMA) sold the aircraft to British Aerospace, leased it back and continued this sub-lease to Manx Airlines.

November 1988
Returned to British Midland Airways (BMA) at East Midlands Airport, Castle Donington, Leicestershire, England.

Manx Airlines replaced the Viscount with a newly delivered British Aerospace ATP aircraft.


Photo of British Aerospace (BAe) Viscount G-BFZL

Country of Registration United Kingdom

May 1986 to May 1986

British Aerospace (BAe)

G-BFZL - c/n 435 - a V.816 series Viscount
United Kingdom registered

May 1986
Purchased from British Midland Airways (BMA).

May 1986
Leased to British Midland Airways (BMA) for the continuation of a sub-lease to Manx Airlines.


Photo of British Midland Airways (BMA) Viscount G-BFZL

Country of Registration United Kingdom

November 1988 to November 1988

British Midland Airways (BMA)

G-BFZL - c/n 435 - a V.816 series Viscount
United Kingdom registered

November 1988
Returned from Manx Airlines sub-lease.

November 1988
Returned to British Aerospace.


Photo of British Aerospace (BAe) Viscount G-BFZL

Country of Registration United Kingdom

November 1988 to November 1988

British Aerospace (BAe)

G-BFZL - c/n 435 - a V.816 series Viscount
United Kingdom registered

November 1988
Returned from British Midland Airways (BMA) lease, Manx Airlines sub-lease.

11 November 1988
Leased to Baltic Airlines.


Photo of Baltic Airlines (UK) Viscount G-BFZL

Country of Registration United Kingdom

November 1988 to January 1989

Baltic Airlines (UK)

G-BFZL - c/n 435 - a V.816 series Viscount
United Kingdom registered

11 November 1988
Leased from British Aerospace plc and ferried from East Midlands Airport, Leicestershire, England to Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England in a Manx Airlines livery with Baltic Airlines titles.

12 November 1988
First service from Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England to Schiphol Airport, Amsterdam, Netherlands, Cote D'Azur Airport, Nice, France and Guernsey Airport, Channel Islands.

It returned to Southend 3 days later.

7 January 1989
Noted at Guernsey Airport, Channel Islands operating a service for British Air Ferries (BAF).

23 January 1989
Last Baltic Airlines service and then returned to British Aerospace.


Photo of British Aerospace (BAe) Viscount G-BFZL

Country of Registration United Kingdom

January 1989 to February 1989

British Aerospace (BAe)

G-BFZL - c/n 435 - a V.816 series Viscount
United Kingdom registered

23 January 1989
Returned from Baltic Airlines lease and stored at East Midlands Airport, Castle Donington, Leicestershire, England.

1 February 1989
Sold to Landhurst Leasing PLC.


Photo of Landhurst Leasing PLC Viscount G-BFZL

Country of Registration United Kingdom

February 1989 to February 1989

Landhurst Leasing PLC

G-BFZL - c/n 435 - a V.816 series Viscount
United Kingdom registered

1 February 1989
Purchased from British Aerospace.

1 February 1989
Leased to British Air Ferries (BAF) and ferried to Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England.


Photo of British Air Ferries (BAF) Viscount G-BFZL

Country of Registration United Kingdom

February 1989 to April 1990

British Air Ferries (BAF)

G-BFZL - c/n 435 - a V.816 series Viscount
United Kingdom registered

1 February 1989
Leased from Landhurst Leasing PLC and ferried to Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England.

Two of the Rolls-Royce Dart RDa7 Mark 525F engines were then removed and fitted to Viscount G-OHOT (C/N 349).

10 November 1989
Entered the BAF maintenance hangar at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England for a major overhaul and repaint.

11 April 1990
Sub-leased to Manx Airlines.


Photo of Manx Airlines (Skianyn Vannin) Viscount G-BFZL

Country of Registration United Kingdom

April 1990 to May 1990

Manx Airlines (Skianyn Vannin)

G-BFZL - c/n 435 - a V.816 series Viscount
United Kingdom registered

11 April 1990
Sub-leased from British Air Ferries (BAF) and delivered to Speke Airport, Liverpool, England in a basic white livery with light grey underside, red horizontal stripe on the fin and ‘Manx’ titles and logo.

20 May 1990
Returned to BAF – British Air Ferries.


Photo of British Air Ferries (BAF) Viscount G-BFZL

Country of Registration United Kingdom

May 1990 to April 1993

British Air Ferries (BAF)

G-BFZL - c/n 435 - a V.816 series Viscount
United Kingdom registered

20 May 1990
Returned from Manx Airlines sub-lease.

23 May 1990
Returned to British Air Ferries (BAF) service.

23 May 1992
Stored at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England after positioning flight BAF9508 from Abbotsinch Airport, Glasgow, Scotland.

May 1992 to April 1993
Returned to service (actual date unknown).

Details please to information@vickersviscount.net

1 April 1993
Transferred to British World Airlines (BWA) due to a corporate name change.


Photo of British World Airlines (BWA) Viscount G-BFZL

Country of Registration United Kingdom

April 1993 to April 1997

British World Airlines (BWA)

G-BFZL - c/n 435 - a V.816 series Viscount
United Kingdom registered

1 April 1993
Transferred from British Air Ferries (BAF) due to a corporate name change.

10 May 1993
Rolled out at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England in the new BWA livery and in cargo configuration. This was the first Viscount to appear in the new livery. Date of commencement of painting and cargo configuration change unknown.

David Carter illustration of British World Airlines Viscount G-BFZL

Viscount illustrations by David Carter


11 May 1993
Entered service with first flight from Stansted Airport, Essex, England to Abbotsinch Airport, Glasgow, Scotland on a newspaper contract.

22 March 1996
At 21.30 hrs while taxing for a freight flight from Turnhouse Airport, Edinburgh, Scotland to Baginton Airport, Coventry, England the right hand main undercarriage ran off the taxiway onto the grass before sinking into the mud causing the right-hand propellers to strike the ground. One main undercarriage oleo was bent and the propellers were damaged by contact with the ground resulting in shockload damage to the Dart engines which were subsequently removed for repair. None of the 3 crew were injured.

The crew were to depart from Edinburgh at the beginning of their duty day having had a minimum of twelve hours rest since their previous duty. The aircraft was taxied forward from stand 31 on the Eastern Apron and turned left through 90 degrees onto the main taxiway before commencing a right turn through approximately 120 degrees onto the link taxiway that connects the eastern apron with the threshold of Runway 13.

The pilot stated that despite allowing what he considered to be adequate provision for the turn, the right hand main undercarriage ran off the taxiway onto the grass.

The weather conditions at the time of the accident consisted of a surface wind of 060/5 kts, overcast cloud at 800 feet, visibility 2,500 metres with light rain and a temperature of +2 C. The taxiway was wet.

The link taxiway has a tarmac surface and is marked by blue edge lights and a yellow centre line with green reflective studs at 10 metre intervals. The crew commented that in the poor visibility at the time, the centre line was difficult to see causing them to undershoot the turn and run the right hand undercarriage onto the grass.

Repaired and returned to service.

2 June 1996
Appeared at the Heathrow Airport, London, England, 50th Anniversary flypast.

24 December 1996
Last service from Baginton Airport, Coventry, England to Turnhouse Airport, Edinburgh, Scotland for Parcelforce as BWL4201. Aircraft then ferried to Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England and stored.

22 April 1997
Sold to Heli-Jet Aviation Ltd.


Photo of Heli-Jet Aviation Ltd Viscount G-BFZL

Country of Registration United Kingdom

April 1997 to April 1998

Heli-Jet Aviation Ltd

G-BFZL - c/n 435 - a V.816 series Viscount
United Kingdom registered

22 April 1997
Purchased from British World Airlines (BWA).

27 April 1997
Departed on delivery in passenger configuration and painted in basic BWA livery with titles removed to Lanseria International Airport, Johannesburg, South Africa via Bari Airport, Italy, Cairo Airport, Egypt, Addis Ababa Airport, Ethiopia, Nairobi Airport, Kenya and Harare Airport, Zimbabwe.

30 April 1997
Arrived at Lanseria International Airport, Johannesburg, South Africa.

5 March 1998
UK registration cancelled as aircraft sold abroad.

5 April 1998
Sold to Planes R Us (Pty) Ltd.


Photo of Planes R Us (Pty) Ltd Viscount ZS-NNI

Country of Registration South Africa

April 1998 to November 2002

Planes R Us (Pty) Ltd

ZS-NNI - c/n 435 - a V.816 series Viscount
South Africa registered

5 April 1998
Purchased from Heli-Jet Aviation Ltd.

6 April 1998
Registered to Planes R Us (Pty) Ltd as ZS-NNI, but there is no evidence that the aircraft ever carried this registration.

April 1998 to April 1999
Stored at Lanseria International Airport, Johannesburg, , South Africa with no apparent activity, still carrying the cancelled UK registration G-BFZL.

22 April 1999
Damaged during storm when a hangar door fell onto the tail.

2 December 1999
Noted in a hangar at Lanseria International Airport, Johannesburg, South Africa, probably after repair, painted in a basic medium blue and white livery without a registration.

7 October 2001
Noted stored outside at Lanseria International Airport, Johannesburg, , South Africa still in the basic medium blue and white livery without a registration. Was it ever applied?

November 2002
Sold to Trans IntAir. The actual date is not known.


Photo of Trans IntAir Viscount ZS-NNI

Country of Registration South Africa

November 2002 to February 2003

Trans IntAir

ZS-NNI - c/n 435 - a V.816 series Viscount
South Africa registered

November 2002
Purchased from Planes R Us (Pty) Ltd. (exact date unknown). Further details please to information@vickersviscount.net

November 2002
Painted at Lanseria International Airport, Johannesburg, South Africa with Trans IntAir livery and possibly with registration 9Q-CHL applied (not verified).

13 November 2002
Arrived at Ndjili International Airport, Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo.

10 February 2003
Re-registered as 9Q-CGL with the South African registration cancelled.


Photo of Trans IntAir Viscount 9Q-CGL

Country of Registration Zaire

February 2003 to April 2003

Trans IntAir

9Q-CGL - c/n 435 - a V.816 series Viscount
Zaire registered

10 February 2003
Re-registered from ZS-NNI.

27 April 2003
Damaged beyond economic repair at Bondo airstrip in the Democratic Republic of the Congo after an aborted three engine takeoff from a laterite airstrip.

One engine / propeller was damaged after landing on the 900 metre laterite airstrip.

The crew then attempted a three engine ferry flight, but another engine failed during the takeoff run causing the crew to abort. It was then abandoned.

Further details please to information@vickersviscount.net

Noted in poor external condition in May 2010.
Noted in poor external
condition in May 2010

24 May 2010
Noted in poor external condition pushed off to the side of the airstrip with the propellers and engines removed.

26 February 2016
Still visible on Google Earth using co-ordinates 3°48'48.86"N / 23°40'24.66"E.

19 July 2018
Still noted in existence and gradually disappearing into the undergrowth.


Photo of BEA - British European Airways Viscount G-AOJC

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