Feels like you are flying classic plane. This plane is not flying anywhere only preserved at Australian National Aviation Museum [Canon XSi + EF-S 18-55 IS]
G-ALWF was the second production aircraft and was slightly larger than the prototype. It made its first flight in December 1952 and was handed over to British European Airways in February 1953. As... (more)
Scanned from a negative.
One of the aircraft currently on display at the Midland Air Museum.
On finals for runway 24 as it was then photo taken from the famous Airport Hotel pub, from such small beginings a mighty airline grew,scanned from a photo
Ex TAA Viscount. Located at the Australian National Aviation Museum Moorabbin. The museum volunteers have been working hard getting all the lights going.
I only ever saw this machine the once at Man,scanned from a photo
...preserved @ Turkish Air Force Museum - Hava Kuvvetleri Müzesi...
Bournemouth Aviation Museum. Cockpit only.