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BOAC Its part in the British Airways 100 celebrations

History of BOAC

History of BOAC

History of BOAC

For many years if you were in some far-off land trying to get home, nearing the end of a hot and dusty trip to the airport, nothing would lift the spirits more than that first glimpse of an aeroplane tail with its iconic Speedbird emblem. After the inevitable battle through passport, customs and security you would finally climb the steps to be greeted by an immaculately dressed stewardess who would welcome you on board with her wonderfully clipped English vowels. As you stepped over...

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2019 and a history of BEA

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2019 and a history of BEA

2019 Anniversaries and a history of BEA

2019 is an anniversary year par excellence! We have already celebrated 50 years since our BAC 1-11 first flew back in January, swiftly followed by 50 years of Concorde in March. However, between those two important events in February, the anniversary of 50 years since the first flight of the Boeing 747 Jumbo jet passed by, Unlike the two British planes it is still in limited production. In June it will be 75 years since the D-day landings. IWM Duxford and Daks over Normandy...

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Back in the hot seat
Concorde crew

Ex- Concorde crew Captain Andy Mills, Flying Officer John Tye and Flight Engineer Ian Radford, visited 101...

Nellie steps up
AEC Militant

A wet Sunday saw the dedicated DAS crew shifting the Trident into the Conservation Hall for repainting. On...

50 Glorious Years

Back in March 1969 - the second of March to be precise - test pilot André Turcat gathered...

Viscount Repaint
Our Viscount moves out for her new coat of paint

It’s always exciting to see one of the British Airliner Collection aircraft moving down the runway...

Berlin Airlift Exhibition

In 1948/9 the York was one of a fleet of Allied aircraft which delivered the largest humanitarian airlift...

Emotional Reunion
Barbara Halbert and the Comet meet again after sixty years

Barbara Halbert made a special trip from her home in Guernsey to be aboard her beloved Comet 4 to celebrate...

Happy 50th
BAC 1-11 on the tarmac at Heathrow

Our BAC 1-11 first flew exactly 50 years ago today on 29 January 1969 and still looks as good as new thanks...

124m Air Miles
Avro York in Hangar

That was the total distance flown by allied aircraft 70 years ago during the 15 months of operations known...

 
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Duxford Aviation Society gratefully acknowledges the generous support given by the Association of Independent Museums.

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Dates for your diary

May

Saturday

25

2019

Duxford Air Festival

The action-packed Duxford Air Festival returns for take-off Spring Bank Holiday weekend. Get ready to power your imagination... Concorde nose lowering demonstration at 12:00 From... more >

 
May

Sunday

26

2019

Duxford Air Festival Day 2

The action-packed Duxford Air Festival returns for take-off Spring Bank Holiday weekend. Get ready to power your imagination... Concorde nose lowering demonstration at 12:00. From... more >

 
June

Tuesday

4+

2019

Daks Over Duxford

anniversary week of events Daks Over Duxford will bring the extraordinary story of D-Day to life, uniting the greatest number of Douglas C-47 Skytrain and Dakota aircraft in one... more >

 

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Concorde October Review

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