Air Pictorial 1973-06
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C.Paul - Britten-Norman Trislander /Air Test/
Britten-Norman Trislander G-AZZM, the aircraft used in this test, and Islander G-AYSS (background) were both acquired earlier this year by JF Airlines for scheduled services linking Portsmouth and Shoreham with the Channel Islands. The airline was founded in 1971 by John Fisher and operated Twin Pioneers initially
Britten-Norman Trislander G-AZZM, the aircraft used in this test, and Islander G-AYSS (background) were both acquired earlier this year by JF Airlines for scheduled services linking Portsmouth and Shoreham with the Channel Islands. The airline was founded in 1971 by John Fisher and operated Twin Pioneers initially
View of the main cabin looking forward. Seats are in pairs and there are five doors, three to starboard and two to port
Cockpit and instrument layout of Trislander G-AZZM
Cutaway drawing of the Trislander, The second nosewheel relates to a lengthened-nose version of the aircraft