THE CARDS ARE OUT THERE
Events announced between Newsletters will be posted in the News section of www.aviapc.com as will the corrections that usually seem necessary for this section.
Known aviation shows are:
|Airliners International Washington DC USA www.ai2006.com
|Redhill Airshow/Collectors Fair www.redhillairshow.com
|Pudsey, W Yorks – Civic hall (Aviation & Flight Sim
|Luton Vauxhall centre
|Brussels Zaventem village firstname.lastname@example.org
|22 Oct Bristol BAWA centre
|Manchester Airport T2
|Frankfurt Schwanheim Village
|Heathrow : Feltham Community School
|Dublin Aer Lingus Club , Airport
For a change a few UK-interest cards have featured over recent months.
While none could be said to be cheap, prices raised were not exceptional
for rarely seen cards. Members will
remember the “Kano camel “ card featured in issue 50. Earlier from Kano is
this card showing the crew of the first Imperial Airways airmail flight on the
spur route from the main South African trunk route.
The pilot of the DH.86 was the famous O.P Jones,
shown here on the left in pith helmet and shorts on his only venture away
from the European routes pre 1939. (downloaded picture so not the best quality)
pre-war we have this Gatwick view
two cards of Saro Cloud “Cloud of Iona” that crashed off Jersey
from Dublin to London for £64 the pair.
but probably rarer, a Misrair (Egypt) issue Viscount $78.
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