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HOMAGE TO THE HERALD

HOMAGE TO THE HERALD…………. A short article by Keith Bradshaw, with assistance from John King, to celebrate the reuniting of our Herald’s fin and tailplane after seven years of forced separation. Photographs supplied by Steve Jeal and Keith Bradshaw. In the mid 1950’s Handley Page proposed a new short range airliner to be called the […]

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AISLE CHAT 2 by Sally Stewardess

AISLE CHAT 2: BY SALLY STEWARDESS The Viscount The Viscount team were given a £50 donation to be used specifically on the Viscount during a visit by Mrs Pat Broad whose late husband Captain Ron Broad used to fly our aircraft for Cambrian Airways. The Team had the privilege of meeting him in the late […]

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RAMP RAMBLINGS 8

RAMP RAMBLINGS……….By Keith Bradshaw. Welcome to Ramp Ramblings number 8, with it being airshow season there is not too much to report on the restorations at this time as it seems we are either preparing for a Duxford show or clearing up after one!! Just the September show to go, this will take place on […]

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RAMP RAMBLINGS 7

RAMP RAMBLINGS……….By Keith Bradshaw, photo’s Steve Jeal. Welcome to this month’s Ramblings. Hope you enjoyed (and understood!!) the recent Ramp Ramblings special on the Trident Autoland. Back to normal this edition with the usual updates and chit chat.  As spring moved ever closer to summer we gave all the aeroplane passenger steps a good clean […]

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Ramp Ramblings Extra: Trident Autoland

“To land …or not to land, that is the question” That was indeed the question asked by many pilots up to the late 1940’s whenever the weather was misty or foggy. If they couldn’t see the runway they had to decide when to divert to somewhere clearer for a safe landing. The introduction of ILS […]

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AISLE CHAT 1 by Sally Stewardess

AISLE CHAT 1 by Sally Stewardess Welcome to the first Aisle Chat to not only compliment the excellent Ramp Ramblings but to keep you all up to date with the improvements going on up and down the aisle in the British Airliner Collection. It was thought some time ago to standardise the displays on board […]

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RAMP RAMBLINGS 6

RAMP RAMBLINGS……….By Keith Bradshaw, photo’s Steve Jeal. Welcome to Ramp Ramblings number 6. Here at DAS we are lucky enough to be assisted with the restoration and maintenance of the British Airliner Collection by various other groups, companies and individuals. One of those groups is Concorde Heritage. This a group of ex Concorde engineers and ardent […]

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RAMP RAMBLINGS 5

RAMP RAMBLINGS……….By Keith Bradshaw, photo’s Steve Jeal. Welcome to Ramp Ramblings number 5, I thought we would start this one off with a “Plane Fact”. Anyone interested in aviation will know the world’s first Jet airliner was the De Havilland Comet. But they may not know it was also a Comet that flew the first Jet […]

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RAMP RAMBLINGS 4

RAMP RAMBLINGS……….By Keith Bradshaw, photo’s Steve Jeal. During the run up to our two week Christmas break the DAS management treated the volunteers to an early prezzie when new lights and heaters were fitted to the workshops. No more being kept in the dark and freezing our bits off! With these new found comforts, effort in […]

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