"The Home Of Eagle"
Eagle Aviation
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British Eagle
1948 to 1968


BAC1-11 Type 301AG
c/n 035
Entered Service
First flew 13th July 1966. Leased to British Eagle International Airlines Ltd from Kuwait Finance Co. on the 27th July 1966
Left Service
Returned to  Kuwait Finance Co. after closure.
"Superb" and "Arnold Viking"

It was sub leased to SAS and named "Arnold Viking" between August 1967 and November 1968. Once Returned to Kuwait Finance Co. it was sold to Dan Air in March 1971, then to Ladeco as CC-CYI, it was withdrawn from use and stored at Santiago, Chile in November 1994.

BAC 1-11 G-ATPL is taken to its final resting place. The aircraft last operated for Ladeco as CC-CYI. The aircraft flew a total of 52,282 flying hours and a total of 34,190 landings. It was used by the Training Centre of Disasters for mock disasters.

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Aircraft Flown