First flew on 07th April 1960 as G-APYC. Delivered to Olympic Aws as SX-DAC on 26th April 1960. Sold to BEA as G-APYC on 14th August 1969. Bought by Channel Airways on 26th January 1970 on here retains the basic Olympic dark blue basic scheme at Manchester in 09.71. To Dan-Air 06th April, 1972 until 12.78 when WFU.
Channel Airways flew their ex-Continental Viscounts with minimum changes to the black and gold paint scheme. G-AVJL seen here rolling out on Southend's main runway, the Carvair nose just visible was the last unused one from the final batch of 3 built by ATL, one used in VH-INM, one in a repair and this one dumped
Seen immediately before final breaking up, this Heron served various British airlines from 1955 and was bought by Channel in 11.68 after a period with BIAS/Sabena as OO-BIA. Substantial parts of the scrap including front fuselage were seen in the Staravia yard at Lasham later that month along with the remains of sisters G-AMUK, G-AOZM and G-APKV