One of six former Singapore Airlines 707s used by Arrow Air. This one was originally delivered to Continental Airlines as N47330 and ended it's days in Africa. Withdrawn from use March 1998, it was broken up in Lagos, Nigeria during 2002.
The red panels on the fin and wings are a relic from A97-011's 1982/81 air tanker trials. I was fitted with a modular system with fire retardant tanks inside the cabin and two large pipes hanging over the rear cargo ramp. The RAAF trials did not continue the following fire season. -011 has been preserved at the RAAF Museum.
An obvious former Frontier Airlines 737 delivered to them November 15, 1978. Photographed with Wien Air Alaska who would use it until they ceased operations in 1983, it would move to United Airlines and later be registered N983UA. Withdrawn and stored at Victorville, CA before being sold to Star Peru as OB-1800-P in March 2005. In July 2007 it would go to Atlantic Airlines of Honduras, becoming HR-AUI before finally stored at La Ceiba, Honduras.
Rarely seen on camera in these colours, this 1979 Gulfie changed hands many times after being sold by Kuwait in 1985, first going to Tenneco as N501T and was stored at Griffiss, NY as N457BE by Billionaire Inc in 2014
This Victor, delivered to the RAF on 4.2.58, was the last surviving B.1, retired to Cosford as an instructional airframe but sadly suffered the same fate as Vulcan XA900 there, being scrapped two years after this shot