Air Links, run by Transglobe and reviewed alphabetically in the series under that name, operated a number of piston-engined types, including DC-3s (shown).
C-47A G-AKJH, utilised during the early years of Gregory Air Services.
Showing signs of its Silver City ownership is Bristol Freighter G-AHJI which carried Air Kruise titles for a period in the 1950s.
Air Kilroe became both a charter operator and a scheduled airline, flying BAe Jetstreams; G-OAKJ, seen here, is fitted with a ventral luggage pannier.
Short-lived Air International flew this Viscount 700, G-APPX, which was leased from Fields and went on to be broken up at East Midlands in 1977.
Another short-lived UK airline went under the unprepossessing name of Air Manchester.
One of ANT’s Dragon Rapides, G-AKZT.
One of the two Navajo Chieftains operated by Air Kent in the late 1970s.