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|A Vickers Viscount near the runway a Montevideo Airport||11/03/2009||283|
|Two H.S.Tridents and a Panavia Tornado at the Teeside Fire Training Centre. There is also the fusealage from a Vickers Viscount 813||05/04/2009||225|
|Vickers Viscount now being used as the Restaurant Silbervogel||12/06/2007||354|
|C-FTID (cn 384)|
This aircraft has been wasting away outside for years at Montreal St. Hubert. Former testbed for Pratt & Whitney Canada. Painted with fake reg N6225C.
|Vickers VC-10 troop carrier in the Falkland islands||02/18/2007||476|
|it┤s a Lufthansa B747-400, arrival as flight LH 454 from Frankfurt and is waiting for departure as flight LH 455||08/19/2005||408|
|The crash site of aircraft X3941, a British Vickers Wellington Mark III bomber, which crashed on 30th January 1943. The aircraft belonged to Number 27 Operational Training Unit. It was on a night-time exercise from Church Broughton when the crash occurred. The aircraft was operating over hilly terrain around Beeley Moor, it struck a line of trees near Gladwins Mark and crashed into a field. Two...||11/15/2007||1,129|
|Spanish 6"/50 (15.2 cm) Vickers-Carraca|
This battery had two 152.4/50mm Vickers 'V' in one turret, with gun performance the same as at Paloma Alta. These guns came from the Spanish cruiser Miguel de Cervantes and were installed in 1941. There is a fire control position directly behind the guns.
|Type: Canadian Vickers PBV-1A Canso A (28)|
Originally built as Canso for Royal Canadian Air Force as RCAF11005. By civilian owners changed registrations CF-NJB in Canada, F-ZBAY and F-ZBBD in France, C-FNJF back in Canada and since 2002 registred by Catalina Aircraft Ltd, Duxford as G-PBYA. Presently flies in marking of Vickers OA...
|The Vickers VC10 is a British airliner designed and built by Vickers-Armstrongs (Aircraft) Ltd and first flown in 1962. The airliner was designed to operate on long distance routes with a high subsonic speed and also be capable of hot and high operations from African airports.|
Today a handful of these aircraft are still in service as aerial refueling and transport aircraft with t...
|The 1959 Turkish Airlines Gatwick crash was an air disaster that occurred on 17 February 1959, near London Gatwick Airport (IATA: LGW, ICAO: EGKK). A Turkish Airlines Vickers Viscount Type 793 with registration TC-SEV on an international charter flight from Esenboğa International Airport (IATA: ESB, ICAO: LTAC) in Ankara, Turkey, to London Heathrow Airport (IATA: LHR, ICAO: EGLL), United K...||07/20/2009||544|
|This is Brunswick Bowling and Billiards training center. Here they provide training for almost everything brunswick. Products that have available training here include: GS Series automatic pinsetters (GS-X, GS-98, GS-96, and GS-10), and Automatic scoring systems (Vector, Frameworx)||08/02/2005||421|