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#OnThisDay in 1962, the #Vickers VC10 took off on its maiden flight. The VC10 was similar in size and capacity to the #Boeing 707 and Douglas DC-8. It was developed for #transoceanic routes as well as to operate from short runway airports. #AviationEvolutions This tweet was posted on June 29, 2018.
The BAC VC10 is an aircraft that is relevant to the SFO Museum collection.
BOAC (British Overseas Airways Corporation) launched Boeing 747 widebody transatlantic service in April 1971 between London and New York. This image was posted on November 26, 2019. #widebodyav #avgeek #jumbojet #jetage #modelairplane #boac #747
BOAC (British Overseas Airways Corporation) launched Boeing 747 widebody transatlantic service in April 1971 between London and New York. This image was posted on November 26, 2019. #widebodyav #avgeek #jumbojet #jetage #modelairplane #boac #747
BOAC (British Overseas Airways Corporation) launched Boeing 747 widebody transatlantic service in April 1971 between London and New York. This image was posted on November 26, 2019. #widebodyav #avgeek #jumbojet #jetage #modelairplane #boac #747
The #Vickers VC10 could carry over 150 passengers and was one of the fastest subsonic jetliners produced. Operated by #BOAC, the #VC10 achieved the shortest average transatlantic flight time between London and New York. #AviationEvolutions This tweet was posted on June 29, 2018.
The 747 offered #BOAC a far more comfortable, roomy, and luxurious option compared to the narrow-body Vickers VC10. It also had a capacity that was more than double that of the VC10 or the Boeing 707. Did you ever fly on a BOAC 747? #WidebodyAV #avgeek This tweet was posted on November 26, 2019.
 
The Vickers VC10 is an aircraft that is relevant to the SFO Museum collection.
Vickers VC10. This object is part of the SFO Museum Aviation Collection.
 
The Vickers VC10 Super VC10 is an aircraft that is relevant to the SFO Museum collection.