25 May 2024
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Viscount Survivors

59 of the 444 Viscounts built survive as complete airframes or major components. Some are in very good condition and are looked after by museums while others are just wrecks. They can be found in 24 countries.

Viscount history

Discover the history of the Viscount with film, video, contemporary reports from the pages of Flight Magazine, our newsletters, and aircraft operational records and photos from our database.

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Our 'Live Magazine' is used by members and non-members to share their Viscount photos and stories with fellow enthusiasts located throughout the world in real time.

You are able to send in your photos, stories and comments by Facebook, Twitter or email and we will post them for all to enjoy.

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Our website contains over 20,000 pages of photos and information that can all be accessed from the menu at the top of every page. Here are a few to get you started.

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Established 2005
Vickers Viscount Network
A Virtual Museum dedicated to the Vickers-Armstrongs VC2 Viscount

Viscount films by Andy Lambert

Homemade films about historic Viscount events

Over the years Andy Lambert has made eight Viscount films taken at key moments in the Viscounts history.

The world’s first turbo prop airline service 40th anniversary

On Saturday 18 April 1953 BEA - British European Airways Viscount c/n 6 G-AMNY made the inaugural flight from London, England to Cyprus to start the world’s first full-time scheduled turbo-prop airline service.

To commemorate the occasion a group of aviation enthusiasts flew BWA - British World Airlines Viscount c/n 263 G-AOYN to Duxford, England. Passengers on board included Sir Peter Masefield, BEA Chairman in 1953, and Sir George Edwards, designer of the Viscount.

While at Duxford Viscount G-AOYN was renamed the 'Sprit of Brooklands' by Captain Ray Piercey.

This was another in a series of flights organised by The Friends of Viscount Stephen Piercey (the Brooklands Museum's Viscount c/n 412 G-APIM) during the nineties.

Andy Lambert

Photo of BEA - British European Airways Viscount G-AOJC

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This website has been designed, built and is maintained by Geoff Blampied, Norwich, Norfolk, England.