The remaining Herald Aircraft to Have Carried the Hybrid Colour Scheme

G APWE Handley Page HPR.7 Herald 201. Unknown Location 1980

G APWE Handley Page HPR.7 Herald 201. Unknown Location 1980

Shown in this BIA Air UK hybrid colour scheme, later to carry the Air UK first modified colour scheme. Origin of this image unknown, please contact us if you recognise it.Photo Barry Friend Collection.

G APWH Handley Page HPR.7 Herald 201. Jersey May 1980

G APWH Handley Page HPR.7 Herald 201. Jersey May 1980

First flew 23 May 1962 and delivered to Jersey Airlines June 1962. It carried these hybrid BIA Air UK colours until it was withdrawn from use in October 1980, and broken up at Norwich December 1980. Photo Richard Vandervord.

G ASKK Handley Page HPR.7 Herald 202. Southend April 1980

G ASKK Handley Page HPR.7 Herald 202. Southend April 1980

First flew 05 July 1962, Aircraft leased to Autair, then re-registered as PP ASU for use by Sadia in Brazil, on return it was restored and in service with British Midland 1965. Sold to British United Airways (CI) in March 1967 and remained with the group until retired by Air UK in March 1985. Photo Richard Vandervord.

G BBXI Handley Page HPR.7 Herald 203. Jersey July 1980

G BBXI Handley Page HPR.7 Herald 203. Jersey July 1980

Shown in the hybrid BIA Air UK colour scheme, later to carry the first modified Air UK colour scheme. Photo Steve Ryle.

G BCZG Handley Page HPR.7 Herald 202. Southend October 1981

G BCZG Handley Page HPR.7 Herald 202. Southend October 1981

First flew 15 Jan 1962, delivered with underwing tanks as CF NAC to Nordair Canada February 1962, to Maritime Central Airways, Returned to UK and BAF in 1975. Leased to BIA October 1978 to January 1980.  Lease transferred to Air UK until 01 January 1982. Photo Richard Vandervord.

G ASVO Handley Page HPR.7 Herald 214. Rotterdam September 1980

G ASVO Handley Page HPR.7 Herald 214. Rotterdam September 1980

First flew 02 July 1964. Leased to BIA and Air UK from 31 October 1978 until 30 Sep 1980. Shown in this hybrid BAF Air UK colour scheme near the end of its lease, a much travelled aircraft having carried at least nineteen different colour schemes. Photo Paul Kipping.

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