Delivered to LACSA as TI-1095C in 1972. Reregistered as TI-LRI in 1974. To Dan-Air as G-BJYM in 1982. To British Air Ferries in 1992. Renamed to British World Airlines and reregistered as G-OBWE in 1993. To AirLeone as 9L-LDJ in 2002 and stored at Malta. Used as a fire trainer.
Delivered to LACSA as TI-1084C in 1971. Reregistered as TI-LRF in 1974 and TI-LRL in 1975. To Cayman Airways as VR-CAB in 1979 then to British Island Airways as G-AYWB in 1984. To Ryanair as G-DJOS then EI-CCU in 1990. To G-AYWB in 1994 then to Nationwide as ZS-NUG in 1995. Withdrawn from use at Lanseria in 2001 and later scrapped,
Operated by British World Airlines. Delivered to Transbrasil as PP-SDR in 1970. To BAC as G-BEKA then to Arkia as 4X-BAR in 1977. To Dan-Air as G-BEKA in 1979 then to British Air Ferries as G-OBWC in 1992. Renamed British World Airlines in 1993. To Albarka Air as 5N-BBQ in 2000. Withdrawn from use at Malta in 2003. Later scrapped. Nose preserved.
A very muddled and confused history with this aircraft according to two Databases I have consulted. It was owned by Tempair (originally as G-BCRS) and whose colours and tail logo are on this photo. It was leased to Gemini Air Transport, as 9G-ACD, in 1974 and 1975. It was then reported as leased to DETA but only from January 1976 to March 1976. When this photo was taken it was apparently back with Gemini following a lease to Somali Airlines between April 1976 and August 1976.
In ex-Dan-Air colours. Delivered to Court Line as G-AXMI in 1970. To Dan-Air as G-BDAE in 1975 then to British Air Ferries later British World Airlines as G-OBWD in 1993. Withdrawn from use at Southend in 2001 when they ceased operations. Scrapped in 2006.
Delivered to Court Line as G-AXMI in 1970. To Dan-Air as G-BDAE in 1975 then to British Air Ferries later British World Airlines as G-OBWD in 1993. Withdrawn from use at Southend in 2001 when they ceased operations. Scrapped in 2006.
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.
This Piggy was delivered to Lufthansa as D-ABXA in August 1986 and subsequently converted to a -QC in March 1993. It went to Islandsflug as TF-ELP in Mar 2001 and then Channel Express two months later, finally being placed on the UK-register in October 2003. Channel Express fully adopted the Jet2 name in January 2006 and this aircraft is pictured at STN still wearing a hybrid scheme. It was wfu in December 2016, ferried to Kemble and subsequently scrapped.
This Fokker 100 was originally delivered to Inter-Canadien as C-FICW in May 1989. It joined Air UK in July 1992 and also flew with KLM UK and KLM Cityhopper before storage at AMS in November 2009 and scrapped in April of the following year.