F-BOHA was delivered to Air France on 26 Mar 1968, and was stored at Paris-Orly after it had flown its last service on 28 Mar 1981. During those 13 years it carried the names Comté de Nice and Guyane, and amassed 25,614 flying hours and 20,261 cycles. Later in 1981 it was sold to the CCI (Chambre de Commerce et d'Industrie) for 40,000 French francs (about 6000 euros), and flown from Orly to Avignon Provence Airport on delivery on 6 Dec 1981. It was later transferred to the Aéroclub Vauclusien, which still maintained it by 2019, available for weddings and other celebrations. In Oct 2012 it even received a fresh coat of paint.
Air France donated this Caravelle to the Lyon-Satolas airport authorities on 19 June 1979, and for many years the aircraft was on display here with "Aéroport International de Satolas" titles on an all-white fuselage, and with the airport's logo on the fin. By 2005 it had been transferred to the airport fire services, and it became the training object seen here. The Caravelle was eventually broken up on 12 August 2010, after having spent more than 30 years at this airport.
HB-ICJ taxies past Crashgate 2 on the way to rw23 on a pretty dreich day at Glasgow in September 1989. This plane was originally delivered to Finnair in June 1966 and was scrapped in Kinshasa in July 2007.
Aero Jet was founded in 1992, a year after the demise of City Air (a previous Swiss airline which also used this Caravelle in this livery). Aero Jet ceased operations in early 1996. The text on the nose is not a name but simply says "Super 10", referring to the aircraft type.
Operated by Transwede - very small titles at the forward door. In the livery of previous operator Bergen Aviation, whose painted-out titles can just be seen. The aircraft crashed on take-off at Arlanda on 6th January 1987.
Preserved at the Pima Air and Space Museum. Delivered to United Airlines in 1961. Later used as a test aircraft by Goodyear Aerospace. To the museum in 1990. Part of the original titles were painted over.
Preserved at the Pima Air and Space Museum. Taken 26 years after my previous photo uploaded. Delivered to United Airlines in 1961. Later used as a test aircraft by Goodyear Aerospace. To the museum in 1990. Part of the original titles were painted over.