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Boeing’s best selling baby

  From its entry into airline service with Lufthansa in February 1968 to the present day, you could visit any airport around the world and very likely see an example of Boeing’s best selling jet. With nearly 11,000 built, 400 waiting to be delivered and orders for many more this aeroplane is an icon of the airliner world. This baby Boeing is of course the Boeing 737 series. Back in the mid-1960s Boeing was busy building 707s for long haul flights and 727s for... more >
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BAC 1-11 360° pano

BAC-1-11-360°-flight-deck-tour

Click on image below to enter the BAC 1-11 360-degree flight deck tour.      more >
 

The Spannermen

With the rise of many small independent airlines in the 1950s and 60s, there was a demand for companies to carry out major engineering work and checks for those airlines who did not have a dedicated engineering department but only a few... more >

BAC 1-11 Passenger Cabin 360°

BAC 1-11 Passenger Cabin 360°

Click on image below to enter the BAC 1-11 360-degree passenger cabin tour.  more >

 

Felling of the giants

For over 50 years the travelling public have been used to flying on giant airliners. Sadly this experience is slowly coming to an end with manufacturers Boeing and Airbus both ending production of their Jumbo -sized jets. The Boeing... more >

Viscount Passenger Cabin 360°

Viscount Passenger Cabin 360°

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IWM DUXFORD CLOSED

Following the move to Tier 4, IWM Duxford is closed until further notice.  We look forward to welcoming you back as soon as possible. Please keep an eye on our website & social media channels for updates - stay safe everyone.  more >

Viscount 360° pano

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