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Choose from 149 pictures in our Boac collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

British Airways Concorde G-BOAC takes-off - Heathrow Featured Print

British Airways Concorde G-BOAC takes-off - Heathrow

British Airways Concorde, G-BOAC, takes-off from London Heathrow Airport at 13.01 hours on 24 May 1976 on its first commercial flight to the US. Date: 1976

© The Royal Aeronautical Society (National Aerospace Library) / Mary Evans Picture Library

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Vickers 953C Merchantman G-APES Featured Print

Vickers 953C Merchantman G-APES

Vickers 953C Merchantman G-APES (msn 721, of British Airways Cargo. The Merchantman freighters were converted from passenger carrying Vanguards. Delivered new to BEA British European Airways as G-APES, a Vickers V953 Vanguard, in January 1962, it only operated as a passenger aircraft for 8 years before being converted to V953C Merchantman standard in April 1970 for operation by BEA Cargo. BEA and BOAC merged in April 1974 to form British Airways and the aircraft continued in operation until it was sold to Air Bridge Carriers in November 1976. Air Bridge Carriers were renamed Hunting Cargo Airlines in August 1992. The aircraft was retired at East Midlands Airport, UK, in February 1995 after 33 years service and was broken up soon after. The nose section is preserved at the East Midlands Aeropark. Date: circa 1974-1976

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans A The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans

Pregnant Guppy N1024V under construction Featured Print

Pregnant Guppy N1024V under construction

Pregnant Guppy N1024V under construction with On Mark Engineering at LAX - March 1962. the conversion was carried out in stages, First a portion of BOAC Stratocruiser was inserted in the rear fuselage and then the large outer shell of the cargo compartment was added to the standard B337 fuselage, for aerodynamic and structural trials. After the aircraft flew successfully and was demonstrated to Wernher von Braun, sufficient interest was generated to complete the conversion by cutting away the standard fuselage inside the large shell. - (photographer - AR Krieger) Date: 1962

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans