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18-September-2021
G-AVMT The aircraft was broken up at Bournemouth and the fuselage arrived here by road and is used as a training aid (more of G-AVMT)
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26-April-1998
G-AZMF c/n 240. Built in 1972 and delivered to British Caledonian Airways. "European VIP First". Flight for Formula 1 (more of G-AZMF)
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26-April-2019
G-CEAG Broken up at Bournemouth in 2009 and arrived by road at St Athan via Bruntingthorpe (more of G-CEAG)
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29-June-2018
G-CEAH Displayed at the Bournemouth Aviation Museum and tells the story of Bath Travel and Palmair (more of G-CEAH)
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19-August-2014
G-CEAH This former European 737 front fuselage has been turned into an exhibition about Palmair and in memory of its owner, Peter Bath. Now open to the public at the Bournemouth Aviation Museum. (more of G-CEAH)
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4-March-2014
G-CEAH Built in 1975 and delivered new to Sabena as OO-SDG. Operated by European Aviation intil a few years ago. After a period of storage the aircraft was broken up and the fuselage section moved to the Bournemouth Aviatiion Museum on 8th Dec 2013. It has had 'Palmair' titles applied as a tribute to local Travel Agent Bath Travel. Named 'Spirit of Peter Bath' (more of G-CEAH)
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4-March-2014
G-CEAH Built in 1975 and delivered new to Sabena as OO-SDG. Operated by European Aviation intil a few years ago. After a period of storage the aircraft was broken up and the fuselage section moved to the Bournemouth Aviatiion Museum on 8th Dec 2013. It has had 'Palmair' titles applied as a tribute to local Travel Agent Bath Travel. Named 'Spirit of Peter Bath' (more of G-CEAH)