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“RMA Sir John Franklin”, the world’s oldest surviving Viscount on display at Duxford. It was a pleasure to see this type again, once a common sight with Indian Airlines. They had oval doors, were a bit noisy in flight and great sight on the apron when starting up the four Rolls Royce Dart turboprops. A real classic! BEA operated 77 of the type at its peak.

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“RMA Sir John Franklin”, the world’s oldest surviving Viscount on display at Duxford. It was a pleasure to see this type again, once a common sight with Indian Airlines. They had oval doors, were a bit noisy in flight and great sight on the apron when starting up the four Rolls Royce Dart turboprops. A real classic! BEA operated 77 of the type at its peak.

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