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3-December-2013
G-AVMU After many years outside it is time for a repaint. Prepared with the primer undercoat awaiting the top coat (more of G-AVMU)
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17-October-2013
AP-BFC The first ROMBAC 1-11-561RC ever built in 1982. I hope it will not be scrapped. This piece of history deserves a place in an aviation museum. (more of AP-BFC)
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5-May-2013
N999BW Im glad to see that this BAC 'One Eleven' is still in good conditions. This is one of only three aktiv BAC 'One Eleven' in the world. That's the last one which is allowed to carry passengers. There is no official statement but it looks like that this Classic will never fly again because the historic flight in October has been canceled. (more of N999BW)
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-May-2013
9L-LDJ this is what remains of the long term stored BAC (more of 9L-LDJ)
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27-July-1986
YR-BCM The noisy beginnings of the jet-age at Lauda Air... (more of YR-BCM)
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24-March-1983
HZ-AMK this One-Eleven served different owners as a corporate jet all of its life (more of HZ-AMK)
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-December-1984
HZ-AB1 This aircraft was once D-AISY with Bavaria! (more of HZ-AB1)
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14-March-2013
N164W Northrop Grumman Bac 1-11 resplendent in its new color scheme on short final for Runway 33L at BWI. (more of N164W)
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16-August-1986
YU-ANN the only bigger airshow at Salzburg was taking place on 3 days in August 1986 additional to normal traffic, crowding the apron and being quite challenging for ATC. You can see part of the flight-line on the left, the static display and exhibition on the far end and a nice mix of airliners, with N311AG just taxiing in (more of YU-ANN)