Channel Airways Vickers Viking Textures only
Viking G-AGRU was one of many Vikings that served with the airline.
After it was retired it became a cafe in Belgium before being
returned to the UK for display at Brooklands in its original
BEA livery: You will need Rick Pipers Viking Model here.
Repaint by Garry Russell. 359K
British United CI Airways Herald G-APWI Textures only.
The penultimate of the Jersey Airlines order was, along with
G-APWJ delivered in a British United version of the Jersey Airlines
livery. Sold to Taiwan in 1968 it was written off in a forced
landing due to an engine fire a short time later. You will need
Rick Pipers FSDS2 HP Dart Herald from here.
Repaint by Garry Russell. 323K
British United Island Airways Herald G-APWG Textures only.
The CI division of BUA had continued to operate within the group
and it was decided reorganise its operations, rebranding as
BUIA. When BUA was sold BUIA was retained dropping the United
and becomming British Island Airways and eventually merging
with Air Anglia to form Air UK. You will need Rick Pipers FSDS2
HP Dart Herald from here.
Original paint by Rick Piper modified by Garry Russell. 279K
Jersey Airlines Herald G-APWE Textures only.
The first of Jersey Airlines own Heralds this machine entered
service in 1962. However even though the airline was to continue
in its own right under the British United banner they were soon
to adopt the titles and colour scheme of the group. You will
need Rick Pipers FSDS2 HP Dart Herald from here.
Repaint by Garry Russell. 252K
Vickers Viscount 761D Union Of Burma Airways Textures only.
Burma today is called Myanmar and the airline is called Myanmar
Airways International (MAI). Myanmar considers today one of
the poorest countries of the world unfortunately. This is a
Repainting from the house RP in Union of Burma Colors. With
much love to the details has arisen this repainting. With reflective
texture. Please turn on reflective. You must have “Rick’s Viscount
700 to use this (here).
Installation in Deutsch and English. Texture only. Made by Robby
Vickers Viscount 745 BKS Air Transport Textures only. 1967
G-ATTA Barnaby, Keegan & Stevens Air Transport operated a handful
of V.700s from 1967 until 1970. These were replaced by V.806
transfered from BEA which by then had a controlling interest
in the airline. You will need the FSDS Vicker Viscount 700 here.
Repaint by Garry Russell. 864K
Vickers Viscount 745 Aer Lingus 1958 EI-AJW Textures only.
This was an undelivered V.745 from the Capital order that was
taken over by Vickers. After a brief spell with Aer Lingus it
served with BEA as G-APNF before spending time in Kuwait. It
returned in 1967 as G-APNF and served with BKS until withdrawl
at Leeds in April 1970. It was destroyed by fire in training
exercises at Newcastle that September. You will need the FSDS
Viscount 700d model by Rick Piper
here. Repaint by Garry Russell. 683K
Viscount 745 British European Airways Textures only 1958 G-APNF
Vickers Viscount 745 G-APNF was leased to BEA for a short time
after a spell with Aer Lingus. It then spent time in Kuwait
returning to serve with BKS as G-APNF until its withdrawl in
1970. It was one of the first BEA aircraft fitted with weather
radar.You will need the FSDS Viscount 700d model by Rick Piper
by Garry Russell. 536K