Tag archive for : Shorts SD-3-30-100

G BJLK Shorts SD3-30-100. Paris Charles de Gaulle July 1985

G BJLK Shorts SD3-30-100. Paris Charles de Gaulle July 1985

Photo Michel Gilliand.

G BKDN Shorts SD3-30-100. Paris Charges de Gaulle August 1984

G BKDN Shorts SD3-30-100. Paris Charges de Gaulle August 1984

Pictured with the name Enterprise on the aircraft following its naming at Stansted in 1983, but shown in this picture with blue tails. Photo Michel Gilliand.

G CSJH BAe 146 200. Edinburgh February 1988

G CSJH BAe 146 200. Edinburgh February 1988

Photo John Allen.

PH KXG Fokker 50. Unknown Location 1994

PH KXG Fokker 50. Unknown Location 1994

Pictured wearing its Dutch registration when delivered to Air UK in April 1994, it was not until March 1995 it was registered as G UKTB. Photo M. Winter

G BMXD Fokker F27 500. Jersey February 1988

G BMXD Fokker F27 500. Jersey February 1988

Captain Mike Carnegie pictured at Jersey in the cockpit.

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G BCWE Handley Page HPR7 Herald 206. Southampton 1979

G BCWE Handley Page HPR7 Herald 206. Southampton 1979

First flew 27 January 1963 and delivered February 1963 to Eastern Provincial Airways. Canada. Returned to UK and BAF January 1975. Leased to Air Anglia 01 April 1976 to 02 May 1976. Leased from 01 January 1979 to 01 January 1982 by British Island Airways, during the lease BIA became Air UK and the lease continued. It was re-registered as TG ASA to Aerovias SA of Tegucigalpa, Guatemala and delivered April 1988. Withdrawn in October 1991. Photo Barry Friend Collection.

G BIRN Short SD3-30-100. Manchester August 1984

G BIRN Short SD3-30-100. Manchester August 1984

A leased aircraft from Air Ecosse. Photo Pete Gibson.

G BWIR Dornier 328. Zurich December 1996

G BWIR Dornier 328. Zurich December 1996

Pictured before receiving the full Air UK colour scheme. Photo Rolf Wallner.

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G BLTO Shorts SD3-60-100. Amsterdam April 1985

G BLTO Shorts SD3-60-100. Amsterdam April 1985

A leased aircraft from Shorts from March 1985 to February 1986, shown in the first modified Air UK colour scheme. Later served with Fairflight, Guernsey Airlines, City Flyer Express and BAC Aircraft Ltd, until sold in America 1995. Photo Felix Goetting.

G BLZT Shorts SD3-60-100. Southampton May 1987

G BLZT Shorts SD3-60-100. Southampton May 1987

A leased aircraft from Shorts September 1985 to February 1995, shown in the first modified Air UK colour scheme. To Gill Aviation February 1995 to March 2001, and then to BAC Express, permanently withdrawn from use 2002. Photo Richard Hunt.

G BLZT Shorts SD3-60-100. Amsterdam November 1988

G BLZT Shorts SD3-60-100. Amsterdam November 1988

Shown in the second Air UK colour scheme. Photo Peter de Groot.

G BIOF Shorts SD3-30-100. Paris Charles de Gaulle June 1984

G BIOF Shorts SD3-30-100. Paris Charles de Gaulle June 1984

A leased aircraft from Air Ecosse in this hybrid colour scheme. Re-registered G LEDN January 1989 for Janes Aviation Ltd, flew for Streamline Aviation SW, and re-registered March 2000 as G SSWN, permanently withdrawn from use October 2000. Photo Christian Volpati.

G BKSU Shorts SD3-30-100. Paris Charles de Gaulle October 1983

G BKSU Shorts SD3-30-100. Paris Charles de Gaulle October 1983

A leased aircraft from Shorts July 1983 to April 1986. Shown in the original blue tail Air UK colour scheme. Later to fly for Air Ecosse and Fairflight. Re-registered G BNYA March 1987, and then flew with Celtic Airways during early 1992. With Streamline Sep – Oct 1992, and then sold to Israel as 4X CSQ. Restored and re-registered G SSWT June 1998 and permanently withdrawn from use October 2002. Photo Christian Volpati.

G BJFK Shorts SD3-30-100. Paris Charles de Gaulle July 1984

G BJFK Shorts SD3-30-100. Paris Charles de Gaulle July 1984

Prior to Air UK leasing this aircraft from Shorts in the period June 1984 to February 1985, it flew with Alidair and British Midland Airways. It is shown in the original Air UK blue tail colour scheme. After the Air UK lease it flew with Jersey European Airways, National Airways, Air Europe Express until sold as 4X CSP to Israel. Photo Michel Gilliand.

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Featuring a selection of Short 330 & 360 with different colour schemes.

G BKDN Shorts SD3-30-100 London Stansted May 1983

G BKDN Shorts SD3-30-100 London Stansted May 1983.

Shown here with white tails, but later pictures show blue tails possibly due to exhaust emissions. This picture shows the name Enterprise Covered, possibly the naming ceremony for the first 330, even the space shuttle Enterprise was on a visit during a big aviation show at Stansted. Photo Eduard Marmet.

G BLPV Shorts SD3-60-100 Southampton July 1985

G BLPV Shorts SD3-60-100 Southampton July 1985.

Modified blue and white colour scheme, in service 1984-1988. Photo Richard Vandervord.

G BLZT Shorts SD3-60-100 Southampton May 1987

G BLZT Shorts SD3-60-100 Southampton May 1987.

Modified blue and white colour scheme, in service 1985-1995. Photo Richard Vandervord.

G BLZT Shorts SD3-60-100 London Heathrow August 1990

G BLZT Shorts SD3-60-100 London Heathrow August 1990.

Second colour scheme, in service 1985-1995. Photo Richard Vandervord.

G DASI Shorts SD3-60-100 London Stansted April 1985

G DASI Shorts SD3-60-100 London Stansted April 1985.

Modified blue and white colour scheme, in service 1986-1995. Photo Richard Vandervord.

G DASI Shorts SD3-60-100 London Heathrow August 1989

G DASI Shorts SD3-60-100 London Heathrow August 1989.

Second colour scheme, in service 1986-1995. Photo Richard Vandervord.

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With many thanks to Barry Friend, who was an Air UK Southampton Airport Superintendent who has again very kindly sent to us the following pictures for inclusion on our website.

PH MOL F28 1000 Fellowship Glasgow May 1985

PH MOL F28 1000 Fellowship Glasgow May 1985.

The first production F28 which did carry the full Air Anglia colour scheme. And during its lifetime flew for at least 15 other companies, it ended its days with Air Mali at Bamako Senou Mali. Photo Derek Ferguson.

2.	G AXMU BAC One Eleven 432FD Aberdeen June 1985

G AXMU BAC One Eleven 432FD Aberdeen June 1985.

In this interim jet colour scheme MU was one of the original BIA ex Gulf Air 1-11s. Later to BIA Mk 2 and then finally broken up in Nigeria. Photo Jonathan Walton.

3.	G BGYS Embraer 110P2 Bandeirante Exeter August 1981

G BGYS Embraer 110P2 Bandeirante Exeter August 1981.

Undergoing maintenance wearing the hybrid Air Anglia and Air UK blue tail. After Air UK use it was sold in America. Photo Chris England.

4.	G BJLK & G BKSU Shorts SD3-30-100 Stansted January 1985

G BJLK & G BKSU Shorts SD3-30-100 Stansted January 1985.

A pair of original blue tail colour schemes or is it a quad. G BJLK was leased from Fairflight Ltd. Both aircraft left Air UK in 1986. G BKSU was broken up at Southend in August 2001. Photo Keith Sowter.

5.	G BLGW Fokker F27 200 Southend 1980

G BLGW Fokker F27 200 Southend 1980.

Hybrid Air Anglia/Air UK colours. Withdrawn from use and broken up at Norwich 1994. Photo Richard Vandervord.

 

6.	G-5-125 G UKSC BAe 146-300 Hatfield May 1989

G-5-125 G UKSC BAe 146-300 Hatfield May 1989.

SC prior to delivery wearing the second colour scheme and a class B registration, these were issued to manufacturing companies for use in test flying, ie G-8 Handley Page, G-16 Vickers and this one G-5 De Havilland. SC flew with BUZZ later in their full colours. Photo Derek Ferguson.

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