Air Pictorial 1986-01
A.Johnson - Register Review
Former British Airways Trident G-AWZG was at Heathrow on 1/9/85 incorrectly painted as 9Q-CTY before the Zaire registration was corrected to 9Q-CTD
The Tiger Club's Super Cub floatplane G-AVPT has replaced the ill-fated Tiger Moth G-AIVW
Cessna 340A G-BMDM is one of several ex-South African aircraft recently to join the UK register
King Air C90 G-BMEF is the latest aircraft to join National Airways' fleet
Smartly painted Cherokee Arrow G-LEEM, the former G-BJXW, is based in Northern Ireland but is seen here at Guernsey
Also seen at Elstree is Beech Duke D-ICAV, which, as G-AXEN, became the first UK registered Duke in 1969 before going to West Germany in 1970. On rejoining the UK register, however, it has taken up the marks G-DOOK
Cessna 310R G-BMGT, another former South African machine, is seen at Guernsey early in November 1985.
Navajo Chieftain G-BAVM has become G-IFTA for Interflight of Gatwick. It is seen here at Kidlington 11/11/85
Varga Kachina G-BLWG is the former OO-HTD and is seen here at Elstree
Air UK's Shorts 360 G-BLZT is seen at Leeds-Bradford early in October 1985