Air Pictorial 1999-07
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C.Woodley - From Air UK to KLM uk
The largest type in Air UK’s inventory was the 767, two of which were operated.
F27 G-BDVS, seen here at Manchester in July 1981, still carries basic Air Anglia colours, with the new owner’s logo on the tail.
Old and new at London City, with a recently-painted KLM uk BAe 146 being turned round, and another example in earlier colours arriving from Edinburgh
Advertising the Edinburgh-London service, BAe 146-300 G-UKHP was photographed at London City Airport in March 1999, and retains its full Air UK livery.
Air UK has been a regular user of Stansted since 1981, this view of a Fokker 100 G-UKFG and 146 ’UKPC dating front the early 1990s.
The sole BAC One-Eleven in Air UK service, G-AXMU, seen at Aberdeen in July 1996.
A blue HP Herald at Manchester in May 1980.
Air UK has been a regular user of Stansted since 1981, this view of a Fokker 100 G-UKFG and 146 ’UKPC dating front the early 1990s.
Blue predominated in Air UK’s colour scheme in the 1980s, as promoted by the timetable and carried by the company’s aircraft such as Shorts 360 G-BLPY, seen here at Southampton in 1987.
Air UK Leisure’s first Boeing 737-400, G-UKLA, seen prior to delivery.