This 1973 built Falcon 20 is seen Southside at Heathrow. You can just make out a packed Queens Building viewing terrace in the background. This became N116GB which was cancelled in May 2012. Scanned from a slide.
Operated by Pan Am from 1959 to 1970 this 707 led an interesting life. Seen in 1974 at Heathrow after returning from a lease to JAT as YU-AGA she was later N711UT and 9Q-CRY when it was impounded at Bristol then stolen at night and operated for a further 3 months before it was seized again in Ankara in 1980 where it was broken up. Note the unusual reg no position. Scanned from a slide.
This 1959 build 707 was seen in Heathrow's Cargo Area in 1973. It crashed as N730JP in 1976 whilst operating for Lloyd Aéreo Boliviano when it failed to get airborne from Santa Cruz with the loss of all 3 crew and 88 on the ground.
The decibel levels certainly increased as this 1966 built Johnson & Johnson owned Jetstar taxied into the General Aviation area at Heathrow back in 1975. Luckily I caught the underside strobe on. It ended its days as N33SJ, being broken up at Murrieta in 2005.Scanned from a slide. Fuselage stored, in United States of America titles/markings, at KCNO 2009
This Canadian Jetstar was a rare visitor to the General Aviation apron at Heathrow back in 1975. The reg has more recently been used on a Challenger 604. This aircraft finished its days as a ticket office at Walmart in Mexico City.
Seen at Heathrow in 1975 this Lear was sold as N300JA in 1978 but was written off the following year in Alaska when it skidded off a wet icy runway on takeoff and collided with rocks bordering the runway. Scanned from a slide.