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More BOAC and British Airways VC10s

As a continuation of the 'British Airways VC10s' page, here are more photos, from different sources, showing BOAC and BA VC10s at different locations.


Photo T. Johnson

Photo S. Payne

Photo S. Payne

Photo S. Payne

1. G-ARVJ parked at Lusaka in October 1969.
2&3. The tail of a Super VC10, BA's TBA hangar can be seen in the background.
4. G-ASGL parked at BA's maintenance base at Heatrow Airport.


Photo R. Doherty

Photo R. Doherty

Photo R. Doherty

Photo J. Abington

1. A Super VC10 still in BOAC colours, at Manchester in 1977.
2. A photo of G-ASGH at Manchester with two other BA VC10s in the background.
3. G-ASGM taxiing at Liverpool airport.
4. Super VC10 at Dar-es-Salaam in July 1977.


Photo BOAC

Photo G. Gentle

Photo G. Gentle

Photo D. Lee

1. A wonderful BOAC promotion photo showing G-ASGI over a cloudbase.
2. G-ASGA landing on what must be a clear but cold day in February 1979.
3. Later on that same day: parked at Pearson International Airport, Toronto, Canada (known then as Malton Airport).
4. Super VC10 (G-ASGA or G-ASGL probably) landing at Sydney in 1971 with a Qantas 707 tail in the foreground.


Photo D. Lee

Photo D. Lee

Photo D. Lee

Photo D. Lee

1-3. The same aircraft (G-ASGA or G-ASGL probably) taxiing to its stand. A bit of puzzling has revealed that the tail in photo 2 belongs to an Air India 707.
4. Wonderful close-up of the BOAC colourscheme on the nose of a Super VC10.


Photo D. Lee

Photo D. Lee

Photo A. Pollard
 

1. Parked next to a BOAC 747 with some onlookers, this photo was taken on the day of the first BOAC 747 service to Australia.
2. Taxiing onto the runway for take-off.
3. Standard G-ARVE departing Entebbe in 1970.

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