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N2980 A very rare photo opportunity to photograph the Wellington outside as it is moved from it's temporary shelter back in to the main refurbished hangar where it will be permanently displayed inside. Raised from Loch Ness in 1985 (more of N2980)
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5X-UVJ One of a total of five Super VC-10´s, operated by this three-nation-airline from the mid 60´s until 1977. Sistership 5X-UVA was destroyed at Addis Ababa in 1972 and the other three were registered as 5H-MMT, 5H-MOG and 5Y-ADA. All four aircraft left were sold to the Royal Air Force and were converted to VC-10 K3-tankers. 5X-UVJ became ZA149 and she was retired after 47 years of civilian and military operations and stored at Bruntingthorpe, UK (more of 5X-UVJ)
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XR806 on one of the numerous trooping flights, carrying British personal and soldiers of the ´Rhine Army` to manoeuvres in Canada. This VC10 was written off after a ground accident that ended up with the aircraft sitting on it's tail after an unsuccessfully defuelling and it was later scrapped at Brize Norton during 1999. (more of XR806)
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A4O-AB In 1987 this VC-10 returned to its birthplace Brooklands, where she had her first flight on October,17th 1964, and where she is preserved today. (more of A4O-AB)
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G-ASGC In the late 70´s British Airways operated a daily service LHR-DUS-Teheran-DUS-LHR with VC-10s. Around midday two VC-10s were present at Lohausen, one on the onward schedule to and one on the return flight from Teheran. In 1980 G-ASDC was withdrawn from service and donated to the Imperial War Museum Duxford. (more of G-ASGC)
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D-BABY After the closure of the ´Air Classic´exhibition, former Autair G-AHPB moved again right beside hangar 8 and was repainted into old LTU c/s. The last trip brought her to Winterthur in Switzerland, where she was scrapped and only few parts survived in private ownership. (more of D-BABY)
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G-AHPB after the completion with parts from sistership G-ARGW, and only days before her repainting in a silver-blue-white colourscheme with the fake registration D-BABY. (more of G-AHPB)
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G-AHPB "Marinus van Meel" arrived in September 1979 by road from Soesterberg, Netherlands, for the ´Air Classic´exhibition and was reasembled until the end of the month. (more of G-AHPB)