17 January 2019
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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 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 histories told by photos

Viscount c/n 447 had a long and varied career
Viscount c/n 447 had a
long and loyal career with Deutsche Lufthansa AG

Photos of all 445 aircraft built are available

The story of each Viscount is as varied as the number of aircraft built. Some like c/n 248 G-AOXU and c/n 435 G-BFZL had long and varied careers. Others like c/n 84 VH-TVG and c/n 447 D-ANAF had loyal careers with only one owner. Some however had very short careers like c/n 337 AP-AJE that crashed after only 5 months service.

To retrieve an aircraft's photos enter either its construction number (1-459) or one of the registrations it used during its life. Note that some registrations were allocated to more than one Viscount and are marked (*).

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Displayed will be all the photos that we have on file for that aircraft. However, the photo history may be incomplete, so any help you can give in completing it will be appreciated.

Featured aircraft - c/n 155 - G-AOJF

Photo of British Airways (BA) Viscount G-AOJF c/n 155
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G-AOJF - British Airways (BA) - July 1973 to August 1981

Transferred from British European Airways (BEA) due to a corporate merger. Taken at Gatwick Airport, Surrey, England 23 October 1973. Note the small 'Scottish' titles on the forward lower fuselage.

Photo source - Mike Pitman

Aircraft Summary

Photo of British European Airways Corporation (BEA) Viscount G-AOJF
British European Airways Corporation (BEA)

This aircraft c/n 155, a V.802, was built for British European Airways Corporation (BEA) as G-AOJF and first flew on Friday, 18 January 1957 at Weybridge, Surrey, England.

Its final owner/operator was British Airways (BA) as G-AOJF.

Its fate:-

Withdrawn from service at Elmdon Airport, Birmingham, West Midlands, England and ferried to Rhoose Airport, Cardiff, Wales and stored 12 February 1980. Broken up for scrap after spares recovery in August 1981.

History and photos of Viscount c/n 155 G-AOJF
British Airways (BA) Viscount fleet list and photos
United Kingdom issued Viscount registrations
Photos contributed by Mike Pitman

Photo of BEA - British European Airways Viscount G-AOJC

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