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"BOAC: A Legacy of Aviation Excellence" Step back in time and immerse yourself in the golden era of aviation with BOAC, the British Overseas Airways Corporation

Background imageBoac Collection: Short Solent Passener Flying Boat - Victoria Falls - Zambesi

Short Solent Passener Flying Boat - Victoria Falls - Zambesi
A Short Solent Passenger Flying Boat (G-AHIN) close to the Victoria Falls on the Zambesi River - Zimbabwe (then Southern Rhodesia). Date: circa 1949

Background imageBoac Collection: Bristol Britannia 102 G-ANBA BOAC Singapore 1957

Bristol Britannia 102 G-ANBA BOAC Singapore 1957
Bristol Britannia 102 G-ANBA of BOAC at Singapore on 9 December 1957 Date: 1957

Background imageBoac Collection: de Havilland Mosquito FBVI G-AGGD of BOAC landing

de Havilland Mosquito FBVI G-AGGD of BOAC landing
de Havilland Mosquito FBVI, G-AGGD, of BOAC coming in to land in October 1943. Date: 1943

Background imageBoac Collection: Boeing 377 Stratocruiser - BOAC taxying

Boeing 377 Stratocruiser - BOAC taxying

Background imageBoac Collection: Boeing 707-436 G-APFE BOAC Tokyo 1965

Boeing 707-436 G-APFE BOAC Tokyo 1965
Boeing 707-436 G-APFE of BOAC at Tokyo Haneda Airport in Japan on 3 August 1965 Date: 1965

Background imageBoac Collection: Avro York C1 G-AGNN BOAC

Avro York C1 G-AGNN BOAC
A BOAC aircraft until sold to British South American Airways in 1947. Named Madras while at BOAC it was renamed Star Crest at BSa. It flew again with BOAC and then Skyways of London. Date: 1946

Background imageBoac Collection: Vickers Super VC10 G-ASGO in BOAC markings

Vickers Super VC10 G-ASGO in BOAC markings
Vickers Super VC10, G-ASGO, in BOAC markings

Background imageBoac Collection: Boeing Stratocruiser G-ANUB West African London Airport

Boeing Stratocruiser G-ANUB West African London Airport
Ex BOAC Stratocruiser Calypso in West African Airways livery Date: 1958

Background imageBoac Collection: British Airways Concorde G-BOAC takes-off - Heathrow

British Airways Concorde G-BOAC takes-off - Heathrow
British Airways Concorde, G-BOAC, takes-off from London Heathrow Airport at 13.01 hours on 24 May 1976 on its first commercial flight to the US. Date: 1976

Background imageBoac Collection: Bristol B-175 Britannia 102

Bristol B-175 Britannia 102
A Boac Bristol B-175 Britannia 102 Parked (Msn 12904) Date: 1950s

Background imageBoac Collection: Concorde 204 G-BOAC in takes-off

Concorde 204 G-BOAC in takes-off
Concorde 204, G-BOAC, in takes-off

Background imageBoac Collection: The first de Havilland DH106 Comet 4 G-APDA of BOAC

The first de Havilland DH106 Comet 4 G-APDA of BOAC
The first de Havilland DH106 Comet 4, G-APDA, of BOAC, at Hatfield on the day of its first flight, 27 April 1958. Date: 1958

Background imageBoac Collection: Poster, Fly to India by BOAC

Poster, Fly to India by BOAC. circa 1950

Background imageBoac Collection: Boeing Stratocruiser G-ANUC BOAC London Airport

Boeing Stratocruiser G-ANUC BOAC London Airport
Originally part of the United Airlines fleet servicing the Hawaii route, the Stratocruisers were sold to BOAC in 1954. This one was renamed Clio and became G-ANUC. Date: 1955

Background imageBoac Collection: Canadair C-4 G-ALHK Atalanta of BOAC

Canadair C-4 G-ALHK Atalanta of BOAC
Canadair C-4, G-ALHK, Atalanta, of BOAC

Background imageBoac Collection: Boeing Stratocruiser G-ANTY BOAC London Airport

Boeing Stratocruiser G-ANTY BOAC London Airport
BOAC Stratocruiser Coriolanus joined the fleet in 1954 flying the transatlantic route. In 1959 Coriolanus flew the final scheduled Stratocruiser service

Background imageBoac Collection: The sole de Havilland DH106 Comet 3 G-ANLO of BOAC

The sole de Havilland DH106 Comet 3 G-ANLO of BOAC
The sole de Havilland DH106 Comet 3, G-ANLO, of BOAC

Background imageBoac Collection: Boeing Stratocruiser G-AKGH Caledonia of BOAC in flight

Boeing Stratocruiser G-AKGH Caledonia of BOAC in flight
Boeing Stratocruiser, G-AKGH, Caledonia, of BOAC. In flight

Background imageBoac Collection: Consolidated B-24A LB-30B Liberator III / 3

Consolidated B-24A LB-30B Liberator III / 3
Boac Consolidated B-24 Lb-30 Liberator Freighter Parked Exal592 Date: 1940s

Background imageBoac Collection: Boeing Stratocruiser G-AKGK BOAC, London Airport

Boeing Stratocruiser G-AKGK BOAC, London Airport
The instantly recognisable fuselage shape of the Boeing 377 Stratocruiser. Canopus was one of the more famous BOAC Stratocruisers operating on the between 1950 and 1959

Background imageBoac Collection: A Boeing 377-10-28 Stratocruiser G-ALSD Cassiopeia of BOA

A Boeing 377-10-28 Stratocruiser G-ALSD Cassiopeia of BOA
A Boeing 377-10-28 Stratocruiser, G-ALSD, Cassiopeia, of BOAC at the 1954 Royal Aeronautical Society Garden Party at London Airport. Date: 1954

Background imageBoac Collection: Comet airliner (first in service). BOAC

Comet airliner (first in service). BOAC. c.1949 Date: circa 1949

Background imageBoac Collection: Poster, Experienced Travellers Fly British - BOAC and BEA offer services to

Poster, Experienced Travellers Fly British - BOAC and BEA offer services to and from nearly 70 countries Date: circa 1955

Background imageBoac Collection: The Vickers VC 10 built for B. O. A. C. by British Aircraft Corporation

The Vickers VC 10 built for B. O. A. C. by British Aircraft Corporation
The Vickers VC 10 built for B.O.A.C. by British Aircraft Corporation and powered by Rolls-Royce Conway engines. Date: circa 1963

Background imageBoac Collection: The flight crew of a BOAC VC10 make preparations for landing at Khartoum airport

The flight crew of a BOAC VC10 make preparations for landing at Khartoum airport, during a proving flight to Sudan 1st February 1964

Background imageBoac Collection: Poster, BOAC takes good care of you

Poster, BOAC takes good care of you
Poster, BOAC (British Overseas Airways Corporation) takes good care of you. 20th century

Background imageBoac Collection: Vickers VC10 G-ARTA BOAC prototype Farnborough 1962

Vickers VC10 G-ARTA BOAC prototype Farnborough 1962
Vickers VC10 G-ARTA BOAC prototype taking off at first public appearance at Farnborough Air Show 6 September 1962 Date: 1962

Background imageBoac Collection: Boeing 707-436 G-APFD first BOAC 707 LAP 1960

Boeing 707-436 G-APFD first BOAC 707 LAP 1960
Tail of Boeing 707-436 G-APFD first BOAC 707 delivered LAP 29 April 1960, 2 days after delivery Date: 1960

Background imageBoac Collection: Boeing Stratocruiser G-AKGL BOAC Montego Bay

Boeing Stratocruiser G-AKGL BOAC Montego Bay
Boeing 377 Stratocruiser G-AKGL flew with BOAC from 1950 until 1958. Named Cabot it flew on the North American route for many years. Date: 1952

Background imageBoac Collection: BEA and BOAC cargo buildings at Heathrow Airport

BEA and BOAC cargo buildings at Heathrow Airport

Background imageBoac Collection: Bristol Britannia 312 G-AOVB of BOAC

Bristol Britannia 312 G-AOVB of BOAC
Bristol Britannia 312, G-AOVB, of BOAC

Background imageBoac Collection: Boeing 314A Clipper NC18607 of Pan American Airways

Boeing 314A Clipper NC18607 of Pan American Airways
Boeing 314A Clipper, NC18607, of Pan American Airways was sold to BOAC to become G-AGBZ, Bristol

Background imageBoac Collection: Vickers VC10 G-ARVA in BOAC markings

Vickers VC10 G-ARVA in BOAC markings
Vickers VC10, G-ARVA, in BOAC markings

Background imageBoac Collection: Vickers VC10 G-ARVJ in BOAC markings taking off

Vickers VC10 G-ARVJ in BOAC markings taking off
Vickers VC10, G-ARVJ, in BOAC markings, taking off from London Airport in 1965. Date: 1965

Background imageBoac Collection: Bristol Britannias of BOAC

Bristol Britannias of BOAC

Background imageBoac Collection: Poster, Fly BOAC to the Caribbean

Poster, Fly BOAC to the Caribbean, designed by Hayes. circa 1950s

Background imageBoac Collection: Boeing 707-436 G-APFE BOAC LAP 1960

Boeing 707-436 G-APFE BOAC LAP 1960
Boeing 707-436 G-APFE of BOAC at LAP on 16 May 1960 Date: 1960

Background imageBoac Collection: Boarding a Boac 707

Boarding a Boac 707
Passengers boarding a BOAC 707 aeroplane at Piarco Airport. Trinidad, West Indies. Date: late 1960s

Background imageBoac Collection: Short Sunderland III G-AGKW Hotspur of BOAC

Short Sunderland III G-AGKW Hotspur of BOAC
Short Sunderland III, G-AGKW, Hotspur, of BOAC

Background imageBoac Collection: Canadair C-4 G-ALHG Aurora of BOAC

Canadair C-4 G-ALHG Aurora of BOAC
Canadair C-4, G-ALHG, Aurora, of BOAC

Background imageBoac Collection: Boeing 707-436 G-APFN

Boeing 707-436 G-APFN (msn 17715) Date: 1974

Background imageBoac Collection: Boeing 707-436 G-ARRA

Boeing 707-436 G-ARRA (msn 18411) Date: 1974

Background imageBoac Collection: Boeing 707-436 G-APFB

Boeing 707-436 G-APFB (msn 17703 / 35), of BOAC. Date: circa 1961

Background imageBoac Collection: Bristol Britannia 312 G-AOVB

Bristol Britannia 312 G-AOVB (msn 13230), on a photo-shoot flight from Filton, before delivery to BOAC (British Overseas Airways Corporation). Date: 1952

Background imageBoac Collection: Boeing 707-336C G-AXGX

Boeing 707-336C G-AXGX (msn 20375), of British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC) at London Heathrow Airport. Date: circa 1975

Background imageBoac Collection: Client: Tricosa - location: BOAC Terminal

Client: Tricosa - location: BOAC Terminal
Client: Tricosa - Beige White Suit - location: BOAC Terminal - November 1956 (Agency: S. C. Peacock) Shoot date: November 28, 1956 Date: 1956

Background imageBoac Collection: 1967 United States Grand Prix

1967 United States Grand Prix
Watkins Glen, New York, USA. 30/9-1/10 1967. Jackie Stewart (BRM P115). Ref: 67USA01. World Copyright: LAT Photographic

Background imageBoac Collection: 1967 United States Grand Prix

1967 United States Grand Prix
Watkins Glen, New York, USA. 30/9-1/10 1967. John Surtees (Honda RA300). Ref: 67USA28. World Copyright: LAT Photographic



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"BOAC: A Legacy of Aviation Excellence" Step back in time and immerse yourself in the golden era of aviation with BOAC, the British Overseas Airways Corporation. From their iconic Boeing 707-436 G-APFE taking flight over Tokyo in 1965 to the majestic British Airways Concorde G-BOAC soaring through the skies at Heathrow, it has left an indelible mark on aviation history. Relive the glamour and luxury aboard the Boeing Stratocruiser G-ANUB as it graces West African London Airport, exuding elegance from every angle. Watch in awe as the Boeing 377 Stratocruiser taxis gracefully on its way, a true testament to BOAC's commitment to excellence. Experience a taste of adventure with the Avro York C1 G-AGNN as it embarks on a journey beyond boundaries. The Short Solent Passenger Flying Boat takes you on an unforgettable voyage above Victoria Falls and along Zambesi River - a truly breathtaking experience. Witness innovation at its finest with Vickers Super VC10 G-ASGO proudly donning BOAC markings. This aircraft showcases both style and efficiency, embodying BOAC's dedication to pushing boundaries. The Concorde 204 G-BOAC makes its presence known as it confidently takes off into new horizons. Its sleek design represents not only technological advancement but also symbolizes ambition and progress. Travel back in time with vintage posters inviting you to "Fly to India by BOAC, " capturing your imagination and igniting wanderlust within your soul. Marvel at Bristol B-175 Britannia 102, a true workhorse that served faithfully under BOAC's banner for years. Finally, pay homage to where it all began - witness the first de Havilland DH106 Comet 4 G-APDA take flight under BOAC's watchful eye. This historic moment marked a turning point in aviation, forever changing the way we travel.