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

Latest 60 Viscount photos

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Below are the latest 60 photos added to the museum starting with the most recent 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

Trans-Australia Airlines (TAA)
VH-TVA c/n 44
October 1954

Delivered new to Trans-Australia Airlines (TAA) named 'John Batman'. The aircraft was destroyed on take-off during a routine conversion training flight at Mangalore Airport, Victoria, Australia 31 October 1954.

Photo source - Department of Civil Aviation Australia

2

Trans-Australia Airlines (TAA)
VH-TVA c/n 44
October 1954

Delivered new to Trans-Australia Airlines (TAA) named 'John Batman'. Taken at Mangalore Airport, Victoria, Australia 31 October 1954. The aircraft was destroyed on take-off during a routine conversion training flight.

Photo source - Department of Civil Aviation Australia

3

Trans-Australia Airlines (TAA)
VH-TVA c/n 44
October 1954

Delivered new to Trans-Australia Airlines (TAA) named 'John Batman'. Taken at Mangalore Airport, Victoria, Australia 31 October 1954. The aircraft was destroyed on take-off during a routine conversion training flight.

Photo source - Department of Civil Aviation Australia

4

Vickers-Armstrongs (Aircraft) Ltd
G-ASDS c/n 453
January 1963

Registered to Vickers-Armstrongs (Aircraft) Ltd prior to the sale to Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC). Taken at Hurn Airport, Bournemouth, Hampshire, England in January 1963 on the production line.

The aircraft in front is G-ASDR (C/N 452).

Vickers Photo Ref MP16891X1 (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

5

Vickers-Armstrongs (Aircraft) Ltd
G-ASDR c/n 452
January 1963

Registered to Vickers-Armstrongs (Aircraft) Ltd prior to the sale to Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC). Taken at Hurn Airport, Bournemouth, Hampshire, England in January 1963 on the production line.

The aircraft behind is G-ASDS (C/N 453).

Vickers Photo Ref MP16891 (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

6

Trans-Australia Airlines (TAA)
VH-TVA c/n 44
October 1954

Delivered new to Trans-Australia Airlines (TAA) named 'John Batman'. Taken at Mangalore Airport, Victoria, Australia 31 October 1954. The aircraft was destroyed on take-off during a routine conversion training flight.

Photo source - Department of Civil Aviation Australia

7

Vickers-Armstrongs (Aircraft) Ltd
G-ASDU c/n 455
January 1963

Registered to Vickers-Armstrongs (Aircraft) Ltd prior to the sale to Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC). Taken at Hurn Airport, Bournemouth, Hampshire, England 7 January 1963 on the production line.

This one is clearly lagging behind the others which is probably as a result of needing to find spares that are not on the USA restriction list, which certainly made the construction of all six much longer than normal.

Vickers Photo Ref MP16279 (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

8

British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AOHG c/n 156
June 1969

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) and now un-named. Taken at Heathrow Airport, Middlesex, England circa June 1969.

Photo source - Bob Garrard collection

9

Loganair
G-AOHM c/n 162
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

10

Vickers-Armstrongs (Aircraft) Ltd
G-ASDP c/n 451
January 1963

Registered to Vickers-Armstrongs (Aircraft) Ltd prior to the sale to Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC). Taken at Hurn Airport, Bournemouth, Hampshire, England 7 January 1963 on the production line.

Vickers Photo Ref MP16278 (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

11

Vickers-Armstrongs (Aircraft) Ltd
G-ASDV c/n 456
November 1962

Registered to Vickers-Armstrongs (Aircraft) Ltd prior to the sale to Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC). Taken at Hurn Airport, Hampshire, England 2 November 1962 on the production line.

The aircraft in front is G-ASDU (C/N 455).

Vickers Photo Ref MP15897 (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

12

Vickers-Armstrongs (Aircraft) Ltd
G-ASDV c/n 456
November 1962

Registered to Vickers-Armstrongs (Aircraft) Ltd prior to the sale to Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC). Taken at Hurn Airport, Hampshire, England 2 November 1962 on the production line.

Vickers Photo Ref MP15896 (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

13

British United Airways (BUA)
G-APKG c/n 395
June 1962

Transferred from Transair Ltd due to a corporate merger. Taken landing at Wisley Airfield, Surrey, England circa June 1962.

Presumably it was returning to Vickers for modification work.

Note the new hangar under construction down in the hollow.

Vickers Photo Ref MP15722 (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

14

British United Airways (BUA)
G-APKG c/n 395
June 1962

Transferred from Transair Ltd due to a corporate merger. Taken landing at Wisley Airfield, Surrey, England circa June 1962.

Presumably it was returning to Vickers for modification work.

Vickers Photo Ref MP15721 (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

15

British United Airways (BUA)
G-APKG c/n 395
June 1962

Transferred from Transair Ltd due to a corporate merger. Taken landing at Wisley Airfield, Surrey, England circa June 1962.

Presumably it was returning to Vickers for modification work.

Vickers Photo Ref MP15720 (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

16

Vickers-Armstrongs (Aircraft) Ltd
G-ARWU c/n 449
January 1962

Delivered new to All Nippon Airways (ANA). Taken at Hurn Airport, Bournemouth, Hampshire, England in January 1962 on the production line.

The aircraft in front is G-ARWT (C/N 448) and the aircraft directly behind is G-ARWV (C/N 450).

Vickers photo Ref MP14314X1 (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

17

Vickers-Armstrongs (Aircraft) Ltd
G-ARWT c/n 448
January 1962

Delivered new to All Nippon Airways (ANA). Taken at Hurn Airport, Bournemouth, Hampshire, England in January 1962 on the production line.

Note the integral front 'airsteps'

The aircraft behind is G-ARWU (C/N 449).

Vickers photo Ref MP14314 (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

18

Empire Test Pilots School (ETPS)
XR801 c/n 89
January 1962

Purchased from Vickers-Armstrongs (Aircraft) Ltd. Taken at Farnborough Airfield, Hampshire, England 26 January 1962.

A lineup of RAF personnel prior to departing on a ten-day tour of the United States flight test establishments.

Vickers Photo Ref MP14284 (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

19

Empire Test Pilots School (ETPS)
XR801 c/n 89
January 1962

Purchased from Vickers-Armstrongs (Aircraft) Ltd. Taken during a pre-delivery test flight in January 1962.

A nice underside view as it banks away.

Vickers Photo Ref MP14233 (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

20

Empire Test Pilots School (ETPS)
XR801 c/n 89
January 1962

Purchased from Vickers-Armstrongs (Aircraft) Ltd. Taken during a pre-delivery test flight in January 1962.

The pilot is sensibly avoiding the buildup of cumulonimbus clouds.

Vickers Photo Ref MP14228 (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

21

Ghana Airways
9G-AAV c/n 371
September 1961

Delivered new to Ghana Airways. Taken at Hurn Airport, Bournemouth, Hampshire, England 11 September 1961 during the test flight phase.

Vickers Photo Ref MP13631 (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

22

Vickers-Armstrongs (Aircraft) Ltd
G-ARKZ c/n 445
August 1961

Registered to Vickers-Armstrongs (Aircraft) Ltd prior to the sale to All Nippon Airways (ANA). Taken at Hurn Airport, Bournemouth, Hampshire, England 16 August 1961 on the production line.

The aircraft in front is Ghana Airways 9G-AAW (C/N 372) and there is another Ghana Airways Viscount in the background which is 9G-AAU (C/N 446).

Vickers Photo Ref MP13556X1 (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

23

Vickers-Armstrongs (Aircraft) Ltd
G-ARKX c/n 443
June 1961

Delivered new to All Nippon Airways (ANA). Taken departing from Brooklands Airfield, Weybridge, Surrey, England 8 June 1961.

It is going to Wisley Airfield, Surrey, England where it will be fitted out and test flown prior to delivery.

Note the small window at the rear of the cabin.

Vickers Phot Ref MP13400 (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

24

Vickers-Armstrongs (Aircraft) Ltd
G-ARKX c/n 443
June 1961

Delivered new to All Nippon Airways (ANA). Taken at Brooklands Airfield, Weybridge, Surrey, England 8 June 1961.

It is taxiing down the runway ready to turn and depart to Wisley Airfield, Surrey, England where it will be fitted out and test flown prior to delivery.

Vickers Phot Ref MP13398 (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

25

Vickers-Armstrongs (Aircraft) Ltd
G-ARKX c/n 443
June 1961

Delivered new to All Nippon Airways (ANA). Taken at Brooklands Airfield, Weybridge, Surrey, England 8 June 1961.

It had arrived the day before after its first flight from Hurn Airport, Bournemouth, Hampshire, England.

Note the small window at the rear of the cabin.

Vickers Photo Ref MP13396 (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

26

Sudan Airways
ST-AAN c/n 419
June 1961

Leased from British United Airways (BUA). Taken at Gatwick Airport, Surrey, England 17 June 1961 on its return from the Sudan and is being towed across to the southern maintenance area.

Note that the extended range 'slipper' fuel tanks have now been refitted.

It performed three services to Jersey for BUA before returning to the Sudan.

Vickers Photo Ref MP13261 (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

27

British United Airways (BUA)
G-APND c/n 402
May 1961

Transferred from Airwork Ltd due to a corporate merger. Taken at Wisley Airfield, Surrey, England 9 May 1961.

Presumably it had returned to Vickers for modification work.

The prototype Vanguard G-AOYW is lurking in the hangar.

Vickers Photo Ref MP13208 (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

28

Royal Swazi National Airways
3D-ACN c/n 436
June 1978

Purchased from the Air Force of the Sultanate of Oman (AFSO) and named 'Ludvondvolo'. Taken at Ringway Airport, Manchester, England circa June 1978.

Note the small cabin window at the rear.

Photo source - Phil Blinkhorn

29

Air Canada
CF-THL c/n 272
October 1971

Transferred from Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA) due to a corporate name change retaining fleet number '630'. Taken at Dorval International Airport, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada in October 1971.

The Captain is holding up four fingers denoting that he is about to start the No.4 Rolls-Royce Dart RDa3 Mark 506 engine.

Photo source - Anthony S Walsh

30

British Midland Airways (BMA)
G-AZLR c/n 347
September 1991

Returned from Cyprus Airways lease. Taken at East Midlands Airport, Castle Donington, Leicestershire, England circa September 1991.

It had previously been used by BMA as a cabin services trainer.

Photo source - Graham Robson

31

British Midland Airways (BMA)
G-AZLR c/n 347
September 1991

Returned from Cyprus Airways lease. Taken at East Midlands Airport, Castle Donington, Leicestershire, England circa September 1991.

It had previously been used by BMA as a cabin services trainer.

Photo source - Graham Robson

32

Civil Aviation Authority Fire Training School
G-AZLS c/n 348
August 1991

Donated by Technical Aeroparts and used by the fire training school. Taken at Teesside International Airport, Darlington, County Durham, England in August 1991 with the fuselage in a simulated crash position.

Photo source - Graham Robson

33

Ghana Airways
9G-AAW c/n 372
April 1961

Delivered new to Ghana Airways. Taken at Hurn Airport, Bournemouth, Hampshire, England 28 April 1961 with the fuselage awaiting its turn on the production line.

The fuselage behind is 9G-AAV (C/N 371).

The four aircraft further down the line are G-ARKZ (C/N 445), D-ANAC (C/N 370), G-ARKY (C/N 444) and furthest away ZK-BWO (C/N 428).

Vickers Photo Ref MP13124 (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

34

Ghana Airways
9G-AAV c/n 371
April 1961

Delivered new to Ghana Airways. Taken at Hurn Airport, Bournemouth, Hampshire, England 28 April 1961 with the fuselage awaiting its turn on the production line.

The fuselage in the foreground is 9G-AAW (C/N 372).

The four aircraft further down the line are G-ARKZ (C/N 445), D-ANAC (C/N 370), G-ARKY (C/N 444) and furthest away ZK-BWO (C/N 428).

Vickers Photo Ref MP13124 (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

35

British Air Ferries (BAF)
G-AOYM c/n 262
March 1984

Purchased from British Airways (BA). Taken at Southend Airport, Rochford, Essex, England in March 1984.

Photo source - Peter Jeffery

36

Royal Aircraft Establishment (RAE)
XT575 c/n 438
July 1985

Transferred from the Royal Radar & Signals Establishment (RRE) after the closure of Pershore. Taken at RAF Fairford, Gloucestershire, England 13 July 1985 during the annual International Air Tattoo weekend.

Note the extended range 'slipper' fuel tank.

Photo source - Mark Parfitt

37

Manx Airlines (Skianyn Vannin)
G-AOYM c/n 262
September 1985

Leased from British Air Ferries (BAF). Taken arriving at Ronaldsway Airport, Isle of Man in September 1985.

Photo source - Mark Parfitt

38

Manx Airlines (Skianyn Vannin)
G-AOYM c/n 262
September 1985

Leased from British Air Ferries (BAF). Taken arriving at Ronaldsway Airport, Isle of Man in September 1985.

Photo source - Mark Parfitt

39

Manx Airlines (Skianyn Vannin)
G-AOYM c/n 262
September 1985

Leased from British Air Ferries (BAF). Taken landing at Ronaldsway Airport, Isle of Man in September 1985.

Photo source - Mark Parfitt

40

Vickers-Armstrongs (Aircraft) Ltd
G-ARKY c/n 444
April 1961

Registered to Vickers-Armstrongs (Aircraft) Ltd prior to the sale to All Nippon Airways (ANA). Taken at Hurn Airport, Bournemouth, Hampshire, England 28 April 1961 on the production line.

The aircraft behind is D-ANAC (C/N 370) which demonstrates the mix of construction numbers and operators.

Vickers Photo Ref MP13123 (NFB photo).

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

41

Vickers-Armstrongs (Aircraft) Ltd
G-ARKY c/n 444
April 1961

Registered to Vickers-Armstrongs (Aircraft) Ltd prior to the sale to All Nippon Airways (ANA). Taken at Hurn Airport, Bournemouth, Hampshire, England 28 April 1961 on the production line.

The aircraft in front is ZK-BWO (C/N 428) and the aircraft behind are D-ANAC (C/N 370), G-ARKZ (C/N 445) and 9G-AAV (C/N 371) fuselage only, which demonstrates the mix of construction numbers and operators.

Vickers Photo Ref MP13121X1 (NFB photo).

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

42

New Zealand National Airways Corp (NAC)
ZK-BWO c/n 428
April 1961

Delivered new to New Zealand National Airways Corporation (NAC) named 'City of Dunedin'. Taken at Hurn Airport, Bournemouth, Hampshire, England 28 April 1961 on the production line.

The aircraft behind are G-ARKY (C/N 444), D-ANAC (C/N 370), G-ARKZ (C/N 445) and 9G-AAV (C/N 371) fuselage only, which demonstrates the mix of construction numbers and operators.

Vickers Photo Ref MP13121 (NFB photo).

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

43

British European Airways Corporation (BEA)
G-AOYN c/n 263
June 1964

Delivered new to British European Airways (BEA) and now un-named. Taken descending over Studland Bay, Dorset, England circa June 1964 on a service from Jersey, Channel Islands to Hurn Airport, Bournemouth Hampshire.

The chalk rock pillars at the sharpest coastal point on the right, include 'Old Harry'.

Photo source - Graeme Hunt via Neil Hunt

44

Capital Airlines (USA)
N7436 c/n 134
October 1957

Delivered new to Capital Airlines with fleet number ‘355’. Taken at Midway Airport, Chicago, Illinois, USA circa October 1957 with the final passengers boarding up the integral front 'airsteps'.

Photo source - Tony Ward collection

45

Capital Airlines (USA)
N7424 c/n 122
September 1956

Delivered new to Capital Airlines with fleet number '343'. Taken at an unknown location circa September 1956 with passengers boarding using the integral front 'airsteps'..

Photo source - Tony Ward collection

46

Capital Airlines (USA)
N7409 c/n 107
December 1956

Delivered new to Capital Airlines with fleet number ‘328’. Taken at an unkown location circa December 1956.

Passengers are boarding on a cold and frosty morning.

Interesting that the airline is not utilising the integral front 'airsteps'.

Photo source - Tony Ward collection

47

Iranian Government
EP-MRS c/n 436
January 1961

Delivered new to the Iranian Government for VIP use by the Shah of Persia. Taken during a test flight from Wisley Airfield, Surrey, England 31 January 1961.

It is flying along the south coast near Worthing, West Sussex.

Note the extended range 'slipper' fuel tanks and the small cabin window at the rear of the cabin.

Vickers Photo Ref MP12868 (NFB photo).

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

48

Iranian Government
EP-MRS c/n 436
January 1961

Delivered new to the Iranian Government for VIP use by the Shah of Persia. Taken at Wisley Airfield, Surrey, England 31 January 1961.

It is parked on the metal-free compass swing pad.

Note the integral front 'airsteps' and extended range 'slipper' fuel tanks.

Vickers Photo Ref MP12862 (NFB photo).

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

49

Iranian Government
EP-MRS c/n 436
January 1961

Delivered new to the Iranian Government for VIP use by the Shah of Persia. Taken at Wisley Airfield, Surrey, England 31 January 1961.

It is parked on the metal-free compass swing pad.

Note the integral front 'airsteps', extended range 'slipper' fuel tanks and the small cabin window at the rear of the cabin.

Vickers Photo Ref MP12860 (NFB photo).

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

50

Iranian Government
EP-MRS c/n 436
January 1961

Delivered new to the Iranian Government for VIP use by the Shah of Persia. Taken at Wisley Airfield, Surrey, England 31 January 1961.

It is parked on the metal-free compass swing pad.

Note the integral front 'airsteps', extended range 'slipper' fuel tanks and the small cabin window at the rear of the cabin.

Vickers Photo Ref MP12859 (NFB photo).

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

51

Trans-Australia Airlines (TAA)
VH-TVS c/n 436
February 1959

The sale to Trans-Australia Airlines (TAA) named as 'George Evans' was not completed. Taken at Hurn Airport, Hampshire, England in February 1959 on the production line.

It was eventually delivered to the Iranian Government

Note the integral front 'airsteps' lying on trestles in the foreground.

This was the last Viscount to be built at Hurn.

Vickers Photo Ref MP12608 (NFB photo)

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

52

Baltic Airlines Sweden AB
SE-IVY c/n 375
November 1991

Returned from British Air Ferries (BAF) lease. Taken stored at Sturup Airport, Malmö, Sweden 6 November 1991 after the airline went bankrupt.

This is a photo from Michael's collection.

Photo source - Michael Bernhard

53

Intra Airways
G-AVJB c/n 375
June 1979

Purchased from British Midland Airways (BMA). Taken during a flight from Gatwick Airport, West Sussex, England to Beauvais Airport, France 17 June 1979.

Photo source - Trevor S Hall

54

Capital Airlines (USA)
N7426 c/n 124
May 1956

Delivered new to Capital Airlines with fleet number '345'. Taken departing from Hurn Airport, Bournemouth, Hampshire, England 29 May 1956 on its first flight.

It left Hurn on delivery two days later which must be one of the shortest periods ever.

Vickers Photo Ref MP12027 (NFB photo).

Photo source - BAE Systems Heritage Photographic Archive

55

British United Airways (BUA)
G-ARBY c/n 10
February 1963

Transferred from Silver City Airways due to a corporate merger while on lease from Maitland Drewery Aviation Ltd. Taken at Gatwick Airport, Surrey, England 8 February 1963 after the nose gear had collapsed on landing.

It is thought that the runway edge lights may have been obscured by snow resulting in the nose wheels digging in to the soft earth and the leg collapsing.

This early morning flight was carrying post and freight, and ground staff were quick to paint out the name of the airline and the aircraft's registration.

Needless to say, this caused some operational problems as Gatwick only had one runway and still does today, albeit now with a parallel one as a backup.

Photo source - Dave Thaxter

56

Asociación Amigos del Museo Aeronáutico (AAMA)
CX-BJA c/n 400
April 2021

Acquired from Primeras Lineas Uruguayas de Navegacion Aerea (PLUNA) for preservation. A Google Earth view of Carrasco Airport, Montevideo, Uruguay 14 February 2021 showing the current position of the Viscount.

It used to be parked near the old terminal building before it was put out to grass on the other side of the airport.

Photo source - Google Earth

57

Asociación Amigos del Museo Aeronáutico (AAMA)
CX-BJA c/n 400
June 2021

Acquired from Primeras Lineas Uruguayas de Navegacion Aerea (PLUNA) for preservation. Taken at Carrasco Airport, Montevideo, Uruguay 21 June 2021.

The aircraft is parked next to a military transport hangar.

Photo source - Wilman Fuente

58

Asociación Amigos del Museo Aeronáutico (AAMA)
CX-BJA c/n 400
June 2021

Acquired from Primeras Lineas Uruguayas de Navegacion Aerea (PLUNA) for preservation. Taken at Carrasco Airport, Montevideo, Uruguay 21 June 2021.

The aircraft is parked next to a military hangar with the old airport terminal building just visible in the left background.

Photo source - Wilman Fuente

59

Asociación Amigos del Museo Aeronáutico (AAMA)
CX-BJA c/n 400
June 2021

Acquired from Primeras Lineas Uruguayas de Navegacion Aerea (PLUNA) for preservation. Taken at Carrasco Airport, Montevideo, Uruguay 21 June 2021.

The aircraft is parked next to a military transport hangar.

Photo source - Wilman Fuente

60

Asociación Amigos del Museo Aeronáutico (AAMA)
CX-BJA c/n 400
June 2021

Acquired from Primeras Lineas Uruguayas de Navegacion Aerea (PLUNA) for preservation. Taken at Carrasco Airport, Montevideo, Uruguay 21 June 2021.

The planned repainted has not yet happened, presumably because of the world pandemic situation.

Photo source - Wilman Fuente

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