Tag archive for : F28 – 4000

G UKAG BAe 146 - 300. Amsterdam March 1993

G UKAG BAe 146 – 300. Amsterdam March 1993

Pictured in the second Air UK colour scheme, later to carry the final colours before transferring to Buzz. Photo Alastair T. Gardiner.

G UKLN BAe 146 – 200. Glasgow 1993

G UKLN BAe 146 – 200. Glasgow 1993

First flew 21 May 1987 as G-5-069 then to British Aerospace as G BNKJ, delivered to Presidential Airways as N407XV in June 1987, returned and re-registered OO DJC for use by Delta Air Transport, Belgium. Re-registered as G UKLN for lease to Air UK from May 1991 until April 1994, later to fly with DAT again, Eurowings and WDL Aviation. Delivered to South Africa as ZS SOW July 2010. Photo Lewis Grant.

G UKSC BAe 146 – 300. Amsterdam 1993

G UKSC BAe 146 – 300. Amsterdam 1993

Featured in this night shot at Amsterdam later to carry the final colour scheme before operating for Buzz. Photo Thomas Klein.

G WWJC Fokker F28 – 4000. Newcastle November 1979

G WWJC Fokker F28 – 4000. Newcastle November 1979

First registered to Air Anglia in October 1979 shown in the full Air Anglia colours. Photo Richard Hunt Collection.

G WWJC Fokker F28 – 4000. Edinburgh March 1980

G WWJC Fokker F28 – 4000. Edinburgh March 1980

Wearing its hybrid Air UK Air Anglia colours until sold to Air Alsace as F GDFC in April 1980. Photo Richard Hunt Collection.

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G ASBG Handley Page HPR.7 Herald 203. Unknown Location 1980

G ASBG Handley Page HPR.7 Herald 203. Unknown Location 1980

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

G APWF Handley Page HPR.7 Herald 201. Le Touquet April 1980

G APWF Handley Page HPR.7 Herald 201. Le Touquet April 1980

In addition to the scheduled service from Southampton to Le Touquet, BIA also operated on behalf of British Caledonian the silver Arrow Rail Air Service from London to Paris via Le Touquet, with the train connection to Paris Gare du Nord. Wearing the first Air UK blue tail colour scheme, on the doors are the BIA signs which were reversible, on the other side of the sign was the BCAL and Silver Arrow logos for use when operating that route. Photo Richard Vandervord.

G BEYF Handley Page HPR.7 Herald 401 Southampton July 1978

G BEYF Handley Page HPR.7 Herald 401 Southampton July 1978

Pictured in the final BIA colour scheme. Photo Barry Friend.

PH ZBT Fokker F28 – 4000. Amsterdam 1979

PH ZBT Fokker F28 – 4000. Amsterdam 1979

Soon to be G JCWW, union flag has been added and WW painted on the nose wheel doors. Used by Air Anglia from 21 May 1979. Photo Gerard Helmer.

G JCWW Fokker F28 – 4000. Basel July 1980

G JCWW Fokker F28 – 4000. Basel July 1980

Shown in the hybrid Air Anglia Air UK colours, it left the fleet in mid-1980. Photo Eduard Marmet.

PH MOL Fokker F28 – 1000. Jersey 1979

PH MOL Fokker F28 – 1000. Jersey 1979

Leased from Fokker August 1978 to July 1979, shown in the full Air Anglia colours. Photo Eduard Marmet.

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