Delivered to BEA in March 1954, G-AMON was passed to Cambrian in December 1962. It is seen on the Speke apron in front of the prewar terminal and control tower in 1967 with two other Cambrian Viscounts in the background. CS were the dominant operator at Liverpool at that time.
Ex-RCAF Canadair Sabre 4's wearing the markings of No. 444 Squadron awaiting overhaul by Airwork for the RAF at Speke. 19659 became XB805 and later went to Italy as 19659. 19702 became XB864 and later Yugoslavia 11-082. TF-627 is ex 422 Squadron.
The Jetstream Club's J41 displayed on the historic apron in front of Liverpool Airport's original terminal building opened in 1939 and now a Crowne Plaza hotel. The iconic control tower was completed two years earlier. Near the Jetstream, the reconstruction of Britannia G-ANCF continues steadily