Remarks: BOAC flew this one as G-AOIE. After a short life with Schreiner Airways (from April to November 1967), this aircraft was stored for some time. It returned to UK as G-AOIE again and was active until 1981. The front part should be in a museum now.
Remarks: The Dutch Navy Neptunes were upgraded from P2V-7B to SP-2H version by Aviolanda in Woensdrecht Air Base. This picture is likely after the upgrade. This aircraft was in active service from 1961 to 1974 and was scrapped when the Orions entered the fleet.
Remarks: Newly delivered to Balair in 1967 and operated there until 1971. Subsequently served with Gulf Aviation as G-AZFD, Gulf Air and Oman Aviation as A4O-FD, XP Parcel Service ans Schreiner as PH-FKT and since 1993 as D-AELF ith WDL. It is wfu now and waiting for being scapped.
Remarks: Very rare shot of the single BAC 1-11 that served with KLM. It was on lease from British Eagle International for a few months only. It continued its career with Dan Air London until 1990, when it went to Chile as CC-CYF.
Remarks: This Carvair has been built in 1964, using the frame of C-54 D-ADAM (c/n 3058). It entered service with British Air Ferries, which was renamed British United in 1966. The Carvairs operated in a mixed passenger/freight role, bringing passengers and their cars over the Channel. This service was discontinued when the fast sea ferries became popular. Taken out of service by BUA and sold to Gabon in 1976.