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Turboprop Powered Collection

"Unleashing the Power of Turboprop

Background imageTurboprop Powered Collection: Bristol B-175 Britannia 102

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

Background imageTurboprop Powered Collection: Vickers Viscount

Vickers Viscount
Bea British European Airways Vickers Viscount Airliner Parked with an Aeroflot Tupolev Tu-104B Taxiing and the Hunting Hangar Behind Date: 1950s

Background imageTurboprop Powered Collection: Sukhoi T-10 Su-27 Flanker prototype

Sukhoi T-10 Su-27 Flanker prototype
Sukhoi T-10 Su-27 Flanker Prototype Taxiing Date: 1980s

Background imageTurboprop Powered Collection: Bell 204 UH-1E Huey

Bell 204 UH-1E Huey
Usmc Bell 204 UH-1E Huey Date: 1960s

Background imageTurboprop Powered Collection: Bristol B-175 Britannia 253 C-1

Bristol B-175 Britannia 253 C-1
RAF Bristol Britannia C-1 Arcturus Parked at Lyneham with Other Britannias a Hastings and a Comet

Background imageTurboprop Powered Collection: Bristol B-175 Britannia 300

Bristol B-175 Britannia 300
The First Boac Bristol Britannia Series 300 Date: 1950s

Background imageTurboprop Powered Collection: Fairchild YA-10B Thunderbolt II / 2

Fairchild YA-10B Thunderbolt II / 2
Fairchild Ya-10B Thunderbolt II / 2 Used for Testing the Night Vision Sensors Date: 1980s

Background imageTurboprop Powered Collection: Fairchild YA-10A Thunderbolt II / 2

Fairchild YA-10A Thunderbolt II / 2
Fairchild Ya-10A Thunderbolt II / 2 Parked at Edwards Afb with a Test-Flight Nose Probe Sensor Attached Date: 1980s

Background imageTurboprop Powered Collection: Aviation Traders ATL-90 Accountant

Aviation Traders ATL-90 Accountant
The Prototype Aviation Traders Atl-90 Accountant at Southend Refuelling Date: 1957

Background imageTurboprop Powered Collection: Hawker Siddeley P-1127 Kestrel FGA-1

Hawker Siddeley P-1127 Kestrel FGA-1
Hawker Siddeley P-1127 Kestrel Fga-1 of the Tripartite Squadron Made Up of UK, Usa and West Germany During Test and Trials Date: 1960s

Background imageTurboprop Powered Collection: Handley Page HPR-7 Dart Herald

Handley Page HPR-7 Dart Herald
Bea Handley Page Hpr-7 Dart Herald Airliner Date: 1960s

Background imageTurboprop Powered Collection: Vickers Vanguard

Vickers Vanguard
The First-Flight Take-Off of a Bea Vickers Vanguard from Weybridge / Brooklands Date: 1959

Background imageTurboprop Powered Collection: Douglas DC-3 Dart Dakota

Douglas DC-3 Dart Dakota
Bea Express Air Freight Douglas Dc-3 Dart Dakota Date: 1950s

Background imageTurboprop Powered Collection: When the worlds biggest airliner landed at London Airport today (Friday 8-2-63

When the worlds biggest airliner landed at London Airport today (Friday 8-2-63) it turned out to be an even bigger handful than airport staff and Ministry of Aviation officials had expected

Background imageTurboprop Powered Collection: Bell 204 HU-1 Iroquois Huey

Bell 204 HU-1 Iroquois Huey
US Army Bell 204 Hu-1 Iroquois Huey Flying Firing a Ss-11 Wire-Guided Missile at Fort Rucker, Alabama, Usa Date: 1962

Background imageTurboprop Powered Collection: Bell 206 Jet Ranger TH-57A

Bell 206 Jet Ranger TH-57A Date: 1967

Background imageTurboprop Powered Collection: Bell 206A Jet Ranger

Bell 206A Jet Ranger
Bell 206 Jet Ranger Date: 1960s

Background imageTurboprop Powered Collection: Bristol B-175 Britannia

Bristol B-175 Britannia

Background imageTurboprop Powered Collection: Vickers Viscount 707

Vickers Viscount 707
Channel Airways Vickers Viscount 707

Background imageTurboprop Powered Collection: Hawker Siddeley HS-748

Hawker Siddeley HS-748
Channel Airways Hawker Siddeley Hs-748

Background imageTurboprop Powered Collection: Yakovlev Yak-3U / A

Yakovlev Yak-3U / A
Yakovlev Yak-3U/A in French Marking Parked on Grass Date: 1940s

Background imageTurboprop Powered Collection: Vickers Viscount 806

Vickers Viscount 806
Bea British European Airways Vickers Viscount 806 Airliner Date: 1950s

Background imageTurboprop Powered Collection: Vickers Viscount 802

Vickers Viscount 802
Bea British European Airways Vickers Viscount 802 Airliner Named Sir John Franklin on the Production-Line at Weybridge Date: 1950s

Background imageTurboprop Powered Collection: Vickers Viscount 800

Vickers Viscount 800
Passenger Eating a Meal in the Economy-Class Cabin of a Bea British European Airways Vickers Viscount 800 Airliner Date: 1957

Background imageTurboprop Powered Collection: Avro 701 Athena T-1

Avro 701 Athena T-1
Avro 701 Athena with an Armstrong Siddeley Mamba Turboprop Engine During Engine Test Date: 1948

Background imageTurboprop Powered Collection: Antonov An-24B Coke

Antonov An-24B Coke
An Aeroflot Soviet Airlines An-24B Parked in the Static-Display at the 1965 Paris Salon Airshow Date: 1965

Background imageTurboprop Powered Collection: Vickers Viscount 630

Vickers Viscount 630
The Vickers Viscount Prototype Parked at the Farnborough Airshow in 1948 Date: 1948



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"Unleashing the Power of Turboprop: A Journey through Aviation History" Step into the world of turboprop-powered aircraft and embark on a thrilling adventure that spans decades. From iconic classics to groundbreaking prototypes, these magnificent flying machines have left an indelible mark on aviation history. First up, we have the Bristol B-175 Britannia 102, a true pioneer in long-range travel with its powerful turboprop engines. Its sleek design and impressive capabilities revolutionized air travel during the mid-20th century. Next, let's soar high with the Lockheed YF-12A Blackbird, known for its incredible speed and agility. This supersonic marvel utilized a combination of turbojet and turboprop power to push boundaries like never before. Moving forward, we encounter the Vickers Viscount - a British beauty renowned for its reliability and efficiency. With its distinctive four-engine configuration, this aircraft became synonymous with comfort and elegance in commercial aviation. Continuing our journey is another Vickers masterpiece - the Vanguard. This versatile workhorse showcased exceptional performance as both a passenger airliner and cargo transporter. Its turboprop engines provided unmatched reliability even in challenging conditions. Returning to Bristol's legacy is the Britannia once again - this time in its 253 C-1 variant. Renowned for its versatility and adaptability, it served various roles from military transport to civilian operations across different continents. Now let's explore another gem from Vickers' collection - the Viscount 802. This upgraded version boasted enhanced range capabilities while maintaining unparalleled passenger comfort throughout countless journeys worldwide. Stepping back in time brings us face-to-face with one of aviation's most enduring legends - Douglas DC-3 Dart Dakota. Powered by reliable turboprops, this iconic aircraft transported troops during World War II while also becoming an emblematic symbol of post-war civil aviation. Our next stop takes us back to Vickers, where the Vanguard once again shines.