The British Aircraft Corporation One-Eleven, also known as the BAC-111, BAC-1-11 or BAC 1-11, was a British short-range jet airliner of the 1960s and 1970s. Conceived by Hunting Aircraft, it was developed and produced by the British Aircraft Corporation when Hunting merged into BAC along with other British aircraft makers in 1960. The One-Eleven was designed to replace the Vickers Viscount on short-range routes.
Wardair Canada was a privately run Canadian airline, founded by Max Ward in 1953 under the name Wardair Ltd, before formally changing its name to “Wardair Canada” in 1976. The airline was acquired by and folded into Canadian Airlines in 1989.
Spanish Air Taxi Líneas Aéreas S.A. was founded on 6 October 1959 by ex-Iberia pilot Rodolfo Bay Wright and ex-Iberia flight attendant Marta Estades Sáez. In October 1978 the airline put into service its first wide-body aircraft, a McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30, and put it into service on charter routes to the United States. By 1980 the airline employed 1,168 people, carried 2,017,000 passengers and had revenues of 9.953 billion pesetas. Spantax ceased all operations on 29 March 1988, leaving some 7,000 passengers around Europe stranded.
Aer Lingus Boeing 747-148 EI-ASI (MSN 19744/LN 84)
03 November 1970: First flight 15 December 1970: Delivered to Aer Lingus as EI-ASI 28 September 1973: Leased to Air Siam as HS-VGB 17 April 1976: Returned to Aer Lingus as EI-ASI 03 October 1979: Leased to Air Algerie13 October 1979: Returned to Aer Lingus July 1991: Ownership taken by GAL 23 November 1994: Stored at Dublin 14 February 1997: Delivered to Kabo Air as 5N-ZZZ by 06 May 2000: Stored at Roswell April 2003: Scrapped