21 FEBRUARY 2022


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Article from BTNews 21 FEBRUARY 2022

AND FINALLY: Duxford arrival

The former Queen’s Flight BAe 146 ZE701 has arrived at Duxford (Goodbye 146 in last week's BTN).

For those who don’t want to treck up the M11 to the former RAF base we are reminded by the de Havilland Aircraft Museum (who supplied this image) that a fuselage of a Hatfield-built Series 100 ex-Jersey European Airways) is on display at its London Colney site by Junction 22 of the M25.  It has full visitor access to the flight deck, galleys and cabin as a walk through exhibit. This allows visitors to compare the full de Havilland Hatfield jet airliner heritage, from the 1950s Comet 1, via the 1960s Trident, to the best selling British jet airliner, the 146.



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Don't forget the DH-125, where the third aircraft (G-ARYC) is also at the London Colney museum...