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28th Oct 2008, 12:41
Which airlines do you miss the most?

In the days of mergers, there aren't nearly as many great liveries left!!

I miss IEA, Excalibur, Airworld, Orion.....

Unique liveries and always great to see....

29th Oct 2008, 01:10
Yeah, IEA was one of the nicest on a summers day to photograph.

Ambassador was a 'short' lived livery.

Hispania was really nice and bright - esp on the 2 757's.

Futura was very similar to Hispania.

Orion was quite nice.

Air 2000's 1st livery was excellent for photos too.

29th Oct 2008, 01:18

29th Oct 2008, 01:25
I liked B.E.A.'s last livery. Especially the Stottish Airways version from '69 to '74

29th Oct 2008, 02:19
Evansb, great shot spanning the times although when that paint job came out a frequent smarta$$ remark was something to the effect, "nice primer coat, when are you going to finish it"
I believe it also coincided with some fairly unusual F/A uniforms.
The tail logo reminded me of the Utility symbol common on items in Britain in the late forties. ( I was just a very young nipper at the time ;))

29th Oct 2008, 04:20
CP Air employed the same ad agency that created the Coca-Cola swoosh. The red arrow in the half-circle is supposed to symbolize motion through the hemisphere. Here is a shot that captures a few by-gone liveries.

29th Oct 2008, 07:30
g/day everybody.i have to say i think the old BOAC livery was the best on a vc10 or a 747 it looked good.i also loved the channel a/ws livery as well.:):)

29th Oct 2008, 09:32
Spantax last livery i quite liked too...
and the final Dan-air livery was a great livery as was the last Britannia livery before they went all Tui-fied!!!

NOw then...JMC - The marmite of liveries - Love it or hate it but it was unique!!

29th Oct 2008, 11:48
How about Braniff with their aircraft colours selected by Mary Wells Lawrence? But Pan Am with their blue ball logo on the tail and name on the fuelage in huge letters has to be the most memorable.

29th Oct 2008, 12:23
Court Line,
British Eagle,
Aer Lingus [the Dark Green scheme on their DC3s]

29th Oct 2008, 13:48

That brought back great memories - I was going to say 'Empress' for sure!#
My old man took me onboard a CP Air stretch 8 one day and they looked so long until the 74 dwarfed them.
The LGW pic - beyond the Airtours Comet - is that the old Midland colour scheme and a Donaldson Brit? Don't thinks it's Donaldson....Lloyd?? I give up!

I must get a scanner - think I have a Sterling DC-6 pic from those days and a bit topical with their sad demise.

More to the list:
Kar Air
What was the shortlived outfit that took over the Ambassador 73's?
Seaboard World
Flying Tigers
SAM - DC-6's and SE.210's at Gatwick

I think I now have more photos of airlines that have gone than are still operating:{

29th Oct 2008, 14:05
Namib Air (the predecessor of Air Namibia).

The current 'logo' is crap. The original was tons better...



29th Oct 2008, 14:15

29th Oct 2008, 15:37
Viscount in full livery.

Viscount with underside painted with anti missile.



On a personal note ...

Years ago flying back from JHB to a city called "Salisbury" in a country named "Rhodesia" in an Air Rhodesia Viscount just a couple of weeks after one had been taken out the sky by a Sam7, I was sat next to a very mouthy American.
"Godamn place this Africa, only here because my company sent me, how you can sit on an old crate like this is beyond me"
At this point all the cabin and nav lights go out.
My American friend pushes attendant button.
Air hostess arrives "Yes Sir may I help you ?"
"Why have the godamn lights gone out, fuse blown I suppose ?"
"No Sir it is a safety procedure to make us less vunerable to a terrorist guided missile attack"
American looks at me "She takin' the p***"
"No she is dead serious - they got one of these two weeks ago"
Silence all the way home !!

29th Oct 2008, 18:05
...loved the channel a/ws livery...Credit where credit's due; this was actually the livery of Continental (US). When Channel bought the Viscounts from them they were too b:mad:y stingy to spend money on paint. :}

http://www.airliners.net/photo/Continental-Airlines/Vickers-812-Viscount/0128846/M/ (http://www.airliners.net/photo/Continental-Airlines/Vickers-812-Viscount/0128846/M/)

29th Oct 2008, 18:49
Pan Am, a 707 in Pan Am colours, nice.


29th Oct 2008, 20:48
Here's a couple.



29th Oct 2008, 21:19
Hey pigboat, that beautiful NORDAIR model is the unique stepped-cockpit, square wing-tipped C-46G.:ok: Here is one airline I do miss:

29th Oct 2008, 21:57
Hey pigboat, that beautiful NORDAIR model is the unique stepped-cockpit, square wing-tipped C-46G.

I had the guy at Whiskey Jack Decals make me a special order. The Nordair set he had for the C-46 was for NAE, which was a F model. FBJ came apart in the air in a thunderstorm, north of Roberval, enroute from Montreal to Fort Chimo. :(

29th Oct 2008, 22:41
Just looking back through some of my old 70's LGW photo's, how about:
Southern Cross (anyone remember their 707?)
Saber Air (Singapore)
Modern Air Transport
Pomair (Belgian DC-8/DC-6)
APSA (of Peru, DC-8 that operated for Iberia/Aviaco)
Interswede (DC-8)
Spear Air (DC-8)
Airlift International
Great days...!

29th Oct 2008, 23:22

Wardair's first B747-100 C-FDJC

By the way, the registration C-FDJC was picked in memory of Wardair's very first 'airliner', a DH Fox Moth also registered CF-DJC which Max bought from deHavilland Canada in the late 1940's.

Golf Charlie Charlie
29th Oct 2008, 23:46

Golf Charlie Charlie
29th Oct 2008, 23:55
Agree with British Eagle. One from the obscure past : Treffield International. I also used to like the older Ethiopian scheme. BOAC as well.

In fact, I think almost any airline from the 1960s and 1970s looks good. But then maybe I am just showing my age. Today I think there's just too much white, too much junk in the form of dot.com titles, picture decals, lower case names and too many wavy lines. Some aircraft today look like fruit salad.

I also think it can depend on the aircraft type. Almost any airline colours on a Constellation looks terrific, especially TWA. Any DC-4 or DC-6 from the 1950s the same. Today ? To be honest, I find it hard to fault the current British Airways scheme, but that sounds a bit boring !

Chris Scott
30th Oct 2008, 01:54

Your story about the Viscount strikes a chord. Must say I think I prefer the original CAA livery, having seen them arriving new at SAY in 1956/7 (but not VP-YNI, don't know where that came from).

Here's a link to another Brooklands-built aeroplane that regularly graced the same Southern African airfield, sometimes even circuit-bashing, on Thursday afternoons in late 1964. In this photo it's sporting a more striking colour scheme than in those early days, and finds itself at MAN:

Photos: Vickers VC-10 1103 Aircraft Pictures | Airliners.net (http://www.airliners.net/photo/British-United-Airways/Vickers-VC-10-1103/0215250/L/)

[No old jokes about soccer clubs, please...]

And the same one at GIG in 1972, now sporting a Lion Rampant, with a sister ship:

Photos: Vickers VC-10 1103 Aircraft Pictures | Airliners.net (http://www.airliners.net/photo/British-Caledonian/Vickers-VC-10-1103/1295981/L/)

30th Oct 2008, 12:32
How about?




30th Oct 2008, 14:02
Ho Chris

Built at the Vickers-Armstrong Hurn factory
First flown - July 2, 1958
Entered onto the Australian Aircraft Register as VH-TVN - July 8, 1958
Registered to Australian National Airlines Commission
Arrived at Melbourne's Essendon Airport on delivery to T.A.A. - July 18, 1958
Ferry crew: Capts C.H. Gray, R.L Roberts; Navigator M. Ostwald; Radio Operator D. Dunn
Aircraft was named 'William Dampier'
Operated its first revenue service - July 23, 1958
Operated its final revenue service - October 9, 1968
Placed in storage at Port Headland Airport, Western Australia
Had flown 24,915 hours to date
Sold to Botswana National Airways - becoming A2-ZEL - March 21, 1969
Cancelled from the Australian Aircraft Register - April 3, 1969
Sold to Overseas Holidays & Aircraft Hire - becoming VP-YNI - January 1972
Sold to Air Rhodesia - February 13, 1972
Aircraft was named ' Sabie'
Transferred to Air Zimbabwe when airline was renamed - February 1980
Aircraft was reregistered Z-YNI - October 1983
Withdrawn from service and stored at Harare International Airport - July 1984
Donated to Harare Airport Fire Service as a training aid
Current status not known

30th Oct 2008, 16:36
You really can't go wrong with the VC-10 colour schemes but I always liked the "Sunshine" effort on the East African 10s. Pity they never paid for them but it was a good way to travel back from Nairobi, especially if you knew the crew.

9th Nov 2008, 07:01
Anyone got that air to air shot of the DC-8 painted up by Calder? Was it called South American Tripper?

9th Nov 2008, 07:16

Guest 112233
9th Nov 2008, 09:11
That Pacific Western B707 is rather special. I have always wondered if the 707 (in its various forms) was as good to fly as it looked like.

9th Nov 2008, 09:37
The 707 was a great machine to fly.
Actually, different versions, flew slightly differently.
The best (for stability) were the last 707-320B/C... Straight pipe -320 were ok.
I did not like the 707-120B as much. Not as stable.
The 720B was a rocketship. Outstanding performance, but handled same as -120B...
Only one plane I do prefer to the 707, it is the 747...
Any pilot who has flown a 707 loves the 747, many similarities. But better...
Happy contrails

9th Nov 2008, 11:33
My favourite BOAC scheme was:


VC10, Comet or Britannia; no preference. (did I forget the B707?)

My favourite BEA one was:


but I have fond memories of:

http://pics2.spoonfeeder.com/AieFTPFiles/AIEUser/L4KRUK9XGKXP/NMLX4XNEWJW7.jpg (http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/6/6b/Bea_vickers_viscount_g-aohj_arp.jpg/800px-Bea_vickers_viscount_g-aohj_arp.jpg)

11th Nov 2008, 02:45

11th Nov 2008, 03:13
The old 1011 of TWA

11th Nov 2008, 03:17
.. Or the old L1011 used by Gulf Air then...

11th Nov 2008, 07:00
DC-Ate's Captial Connie is totally captivating! Oh, how I yearn to hear the engines drone, and embrace the aroma of the stew's perfume as she passes by my aisle seat. I notice the seams on her nylons are straight up. On her return, I request a bourbon whiskey the same way. She winks, and then lights my cigarette with "Capital Airlines" matches. I ask when the snack will be served, and she replys, "Sooner than you think". I am near cata...

11th Nov 2008, 12:33
I had the good fortune to fly the Connie, not with Capital, but with Eastern. Being in the "front office", I could not partake as you describe! Great flying machine.

11th Nov 2008, 16:16
You are a lucky man. I scrounged rides on Capitol, World Wide Canada, Trek (we handled them @ LGW in the early 60s) and Ace Freighters. Last one I got a ride on the 1049 of SAC out of MKC, was only a couple of touch&goes for the crew, but bloody magic:E:ok:

11th Nov 2008, 16:55
Yes, very lucky. As I've said elsewhere, I think I've flown the best of both piston-engine airliners, the Connie, and jet-engine airliners, the DC-8.

11th Nov 2008, 19:54

15th Nov 2008, 23:14
The old Eastern Air Lines Duckhawk paintjob was one of the worst to maintain. It had Reds, Blues and whites and gold metalic tape to boot. Even the piston engine nacelles were painted. The also like to include advertising signage right on the fuselage like"
"FLY EASTERN AIR LINES NEW 13,000 HORSEPOWER SUPER C CONSTELLATIONS". What a mouthful and painted right next to to the pax entrance door. The name on the fuselage was always "Fly Eastern" or "Fly Eastern Air Lines". Allegedly Capt Rickenbacker would take an advertising tax write-off for the paint jobs on the aircraft.

17th Nov 2008, 01:32
Mohawk's flight numbers were in the 1890-1899 series:


Beer, pretzels, & cigars served. Need I say more?

17th Nov 2008, 02:02
We all have our memories of rides on the Connie.

Mine is of a 36 hour flight rom Resolute Bay to Montreal on a Nordair 1049G in 1966, via Hall Beach, Fort Chimo and other exotic locales. At every route stop the hydraulic system needed close attention and replenishment, which needed plenty of ground time to rustle up the vast quantities of the 5606 fluid required.

It was always known as the 'world's best three engine airliner', to which I might add '...without a functioning hydraulic system'.

17th Nov 2008, 09:23
I rode a Capital Airlines Connie from Chicago to Washington in turbulent weather. Seated at the very aft end of the cabin, I swear I could see the fuselage twisting. Of course there was a lot rattling of the cupboard doors.

I was a white knuckle pax back then, even in smooth weather.

23rd Nov 2008, 06:18

23rd Nov 2008, 08:53
Gulf Aviation in Bahrain before they became Gulf Air.

Any pictures around ??


23rd Nov 2008, 09:03

26th Nov 2008, 05:32
I am enjoying this thread, thank-you.

The orange CP fleet of the 1970s - 1980s were known as "The Flying Mandarins."

5th Dec 2008, 20:09
"What dihedral?"http://i141.photobucket.com/albums/r68/convair640/Martin404.jpg

6th Dec 2008, 00:42

9th Dec 2008, 13:35
Anyone got pics of the Court Line aircraft.
I know they had two Tristars, Halcayon Days and Halcayon Breeze, one was pink, the other Orange.
I flew Luton - Ibiza on the Orange one, and back on the pink one in 1973 when I was a boy.
The pink one had a problem on take-off, i.e. didn't make it into the air - exciting times. Eventually came back on a Caravelle as the Tristar was u/s.

9th Dec 2008, 16:24
Only a model I'm afraid


9th Dec 2008, 17:41

9th Dec 2008, 17:44

9th Dec 2008, 22:29
My last name bears an uncanny resemblance to the name of that company. :p
One day in Gander we taxiied past that pink 1011 and the F/O inquired if it was one of mine and did hairdressing run rampant in my family. ;)

old,not bold
10th Dec 2008, 17:58
Gulf Aviation in Bahrain before they became Gulf Air.

Any pictures around ??


Since you ask, here's my only one from that time, around 1970 at Al Ayn, apologies for the quality and to those who have seen it before....you are looking at the apron, the terminal, the check-in desk, the security barrier and the baggage collection area. Out of sight is a Landrover which was the CFR service, met. station, emergency starting equipment, and Control Tower. One of the figures in the pic is the controller, CFR service, met observer, check-in agent, baggage loader/unloader, passenger boarding agent and ticket sales agent and pilot's engineering assistant if needed.

The crew are in the cockpit eating sandwiches, of course. The ambient temperature is about +45.


10th Dec 2008, 18:29

How much Mary Kay do I have to sell so I can "drive" that to the next distributor's meeting?

11th Dec 2008, 16:02

12th Dec 2008, 05:49
Awwwwwww..........a cutsie wootsie, itty-bitty mandarin.

15th Dec 2008, 20:19

16th Dec 2008, 01:40

16th Dec 2008, 01:44

16th Dec 2008, 02:01

16th Dec 2008, 02:21
Photos: Boeing 737-377 Aircraft Pictures | Airliners.net (http://www.airliners.net/photo/Ansett-Australia-Airlines/Boeing-737-377/1444637/M/?width=1024&height=695&sok=keyword_(%27+%22ansett%22%27_IN_BOOLEAN_MODE))_&sort=_order_by_photo_id_DESC_&photo_nr=4&prev_id=1446989&next_id=1444272)

Photos: Boeing 727-277/Adv Aircraft Pictures | Airliners.net (http://www.airliners.net/photo/Ansett-Airlines-of/Boeing-727-277-Adv/1418845&tbl=photo_info&photo_nr=12&sok=keyword_(%5C%27%2B%5C%22ansett%5C%22%5C%27_IN_BOOLEAN_MO DE))_&sort=_order_by_photo_id_DESC_&prev_id=1420203&next_id=1418493)

16th Dec 2008, 07:14

Golf Charlie Charlie
16th Dec 2008, 19:32
Re: the Channel Trident just a few slots above. Which airfield is that (looks like a runway 27L) ? Wouldn't have been Heathrow in those days (as they were then on 28L). Maybe an idea for the Which Aerodrome thread.

16th Dec 2008, 20:13
Well, GCC, the airport was known to have a few sheep grazing in the infield, and when required the herder and his sheep were escorted across taxiways by the airport authority. Sadly the airport is now closed.

16th Dec 2008, 21:52
Simple and classic......

Seaboard World 74F

http://www.airliners.net/photo/Seaboard-World-Airlines/Boeing-747-245F-SCD/0996012&tbl=photo_info&photo_nr=12&sok=WHERE__%28airline_LIKE_%27Seaboard_World_Airlines%25%27_ OR_airline_LIKE_%27Air_Florida_%28Seaboard_World_Airlines%29 %25%27_OR_airline_LIKE_%27Air-India_Cargo_%28Seaboard_World_Airlines%29%25%27%29_&sort=_order_by_photo_id_DESC_&prev_id=1002215&next_id=0993826

13th Jun 2010, 12:03

Dr Jekyll
13th Jun 2010, 12:46
i have to say i think the old BOAC livery was the best on a vc10

Would have looked great on Concorde. :{

Jig Peter
13th Jun 2010, 14:12
I've always thought that the "huge letters" livery was designed by Knut Marsen of Airbus for their A310s - good lad on liveries, was Knut !:ok::ok:

14th Jun 2010, 04:47
I think the picture of the Channel Airways Trident was taken at Berlin Tempelhof back in the early 70s.
It should bring tears to my wife's eyes when I show her.........she was a wee young hostie with Channel at the time! :)

16th Jun 2010, 22:58



9th Sep 2014, 07:16
My all time fave: Worldways Canada Ltd.


A few more:









And more recently... and sadly...


10th Sep 2014, 08:20
Always thought the original Air 2000 livery was one of the most elegant and striking. Darned fine airline too! Seen here at Heraklion.


Jetset 88
15th Sep 2014, 00:18
Agree with Scotbill re his Air 2000 comments, but suspect the pic must have been somewhere else other than Iraklion.... at least, I never went there in daylight with them !

16th Sep 2014, 10:41
I did though - although the first Air 2000 arrival was in the dark!

16th Sep 2014, 12:41
I never liked flying into Iraklion at night!

Another successful colour scheme.



18th Sep 2014, 15:40

Only place in my career that I ever did two go arounds ( at night of course ) and then diverted to Chania. Huge hills on left side with a 40kt wind coming right across the RW Windshear windshear ( I can still hear it shouting at me! )

One usually did a visual downwind RH for RW 27 although there was an offset VOR approach. Horrible place when windy ( and usually was )

18th Sep 2014, 19:51
GO was a neat airline....nice looking loGOs....did GO on it once to Prague....but now it's GOne

18th Sep 2014, 21:22
One usually did a visual downwind RH for RW 27 although there was an offset VOR approach. Horrible place when windy ( and usually was )

Pitch black nights with strong gusty crosswinds and down drafts on short finals to RW27 were rather challenging in a B767-300. But hey, I don't have to go there any more. :)

Agaricus bisporus
18th Sep 2014, 22:29
Yes, GO was of the very best, and not only for looks.

An utterly tragic and idiotic loss.

barry lloyd
19th Sep 2014, 14:36
A few from my collection:

http://i289.photobucket.com/albums/ll226/tango15_photos/Scan10025-3.jpg (http://s289.photobucket.com/user/tango15_photos/media/Scan10025-3.jpg.html)

http://i289.photobucket.com/albums/ll226/tango15_photos/Scan10015-3.jpg (http://s289.photobucket.com/user/tango15_photos/media/Scan10015-3.jpg.html)

http://i289.photobucket.com/albums/ll226/tango15_photos/Scan10032-2.jpg (http://s289.photobucket.com/user/tango15_photos/media/Scan10032-2.jpg.html)

http://i289.photobucket.com/albums/ll226/tango15_photos/Scan10170.jpg (http://s289.photobucket.com/user/tango15_photos/media/Scan10170.jpg.html)

http://i289.photobucket.com/albums/ll226/tango15_photos/Scan10012-2.jpg (http://s289.photobucket.com/user/tango15_photos/media/Scan10012-2.jpg.html)

http://i289.photobucket.com/albums/ll226/tango15_photos/Scan10155.jpg (http://s289.photobucket.com/user/tango15_photos/media/Scan10155.jpg.html)

http://i289.photobucket.com/albums/ll226/tango15_photos/Scan10153.jpg (http://s289.photobucket.com/user/tango15_photos/media/Scan10153.jpg.html)

http://i289.photobucket.com/albums/ll226/tango15_photos/Scan10144-1.jpg (http://s289.photobucket.com/user/tango15_photos/media/Scan10144-1.jpg.html)

http://i289.photobucket.com/albums/ll226/tango15_photos/Scan10106.jpg (http://s289.photobucket.com/user/tango15_photos/media/Scan10106.jpg.html)

http://i289.photobucket.com/albums/ll226/tango15_photos/Scan10073.jpg (http://s289.photobucket.com/user/tango15_photos/media/Scan10073.jpg.html)

http://i289.photobucket.com/albums/ll226/tango15_photos/Scan10061.jpg (http://s289.photobucket.com/user/tango15_photos/media/Scan10061.jpg.html)

http://i289.photobucket.com/albums/ll226/tango15_photos/Scan10023.jpg (http://s289.photobucket.com/user/tango15_photos/media/Scan10023.jpg.html)

http://i289.photobucket.com/albums/ll226/tango15_photos/Scan10009-1.jpg (http://s289.photobucket.com/user/tango15_photos/media/Scan10009-1.jpg.html)

ps: I know Bahamasair are still going strong, but not in those colours!

19th Sep 2014, 17:39
Zoom Air and the BMI Airbus A330

PPRuNe Pop
19th Sep 2014, 19:32
Gentlemen! Pic size please. You MUST know by now it should be no greater than 850 x 850.

Please, change. Thanks.

21st Sep 2014, 17:59
Whilst talking about old liveries, what about retro liveries not yet seen ! for Example British Airways (never gonna happen I know ...but) there's a plethora of airlines out there that were once independent but got sucked into the BA family one way or another..... just imagining BA A320's in Northeast, Cambrian and B Midland viscount colours plus Older BEA colours.....anyone think of anymore?

21st Sep 2014, 19:42
Imperial, pre-war BA Ltd,Railway Air Services, BSAA,BOAC, BCal, Dan-Air (hence Scottish Airlines), Brymon?

21st Sep 2014, 20:07
Has anyone got any pics of old Brittannia 737-200s? My first ever flight as a 7 year old was on one from Manchester in about 1983. I think all their aircraft at the time were named after famous people, and I think the one I flew on was Sir Henry xxxxxxx

22nd Sep 2014, 00:38
Pre-history.... within a few days of delivery, Gatwick ,Summer 1868 :-)

http://i809.photobucket.com/albums/zz20/A30yoyo/G-AVRM850_zpsc8479ca5.jpg (http://s809.photobucket.com/user/A30yoyo/media/G-AVRM850_zpsc8479ca5.jpg.html)

22nd Sep 2014, 05:29
I cant seem to quote on here :rolleyes:

Imperial, pre-war BA Ltd,Railway Air Services, BSAA,BOAC, BCal, Dan-Air (hence Scottish Airlines), Brymon?

Plenty of potential then :)

22nd Sep 2014, 08:58
Haven't got a photo but I'm sure someone can provide some. Alexander Calder livery for Braniff.

I also wonder what happened to them as I would think they would be worth a fortune just for the art work alone.

22nd Sep 2014, 09:12
Pre-history.... within a few days of delivery, Gatwick ,Summer 1868 :-)

I'm stuck for the type of the (presumably) military twin on other pier. Can anybody help?

22nd Sep 2014, 09:24
Fairchild C123 Provider (USAF)

Kieron Kirk
22nd Sep 2014, 10:33
US Coast Guard C-123.B Provider.


22nd Sep 2014, 12:01
Continuing the crosswind thread-drift....perhaps the Provider runs to Naples were looked on as holiday flights if you had the right connections?

The Britannia 737 has the original engine pods which Boeing replaced for free after a few score had been built

http://i809.photobucket.com/albums/zz20/A30yoyo/G-AVRMside_zpsf2c06fad.jpg (http://s809.photobucket.com/user/A30yoyo/media/G-AVRMside_zpsf2c06fad.jpg.html)

http://i809.photobucket.com/albums/zz20/A30yoyo/C-123LGW_zps6afd94e8.jpg (http://s809.photobucket.com/user/A30yoyo/media/C-123LGW_zps6afd94e8.jpg.html)

23rd Sep 2014, 22:46
Fairchild C123 Provider (USAF)

Thanks for that. Oddly once I saw the word Provider in post below (started at most recent and working up) the name of mfr tripped off my tongue.

17th Oct 2014, 13:26
Here's a few I found while looking through some holiday snaps earlier. Mostly from Manchester early/mid 80's.







Allan Lupton
17th Oct 2014, 14:05
Haven't got a photo but I'm sure someone can provide some. Alexander Calder livery for Braniff.

Nor have I but the internet has