Look at Life: Air Lift

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Look at Life: Air Lift DVD cover.

Documentary (1966)

Starring:
Tim Turner (Narrator)
Raymond Baxter (Narrator)
Eammon Andrews (Narrator)
Sid James (Narrator)

How transport command of the RAF keeps Zambia's economy alive.

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Bristol 175 Britannia C.1

Registration XL638, c/n 13400. Built in 1959, written off after a crash in Aden in 1967.

Reg. XL638 Bristol 175 Britannia C.1 Sirius of the Royal Air Force Transport Command.

Registration XL639, c/n 13448. Built in 1959, written off in 1980. Same aircraft in other works at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft (Military Fixed-Wing).

Reg. XL639 Bristol 175 Britannia C.1 Atria of the Royal Air Force Transport Command.
Reg. XL639 Bristol 175 Britannia C.1 Atria of the Royal Air Force Transport Command.
Reg. XL639 Bristol 175 Britannia C.1 Atria of the Royal Air Force Transport Command.
Reg. XL639 Bristol 175 Britannia C.1 Atria of the Royal Air Force Transport Command.

Bristol 175 Britannia C.1 & Fokker F27-200 Friendship

Three Bristol Britannia of the RAF, and a Fokker F27 Friendship of East African Airways on the left.

Bristol 175 Britannia C.1 of the Royal Air Force Transport Command and Fokker F27-200 Friendship of East African Airways .

Douglas DC-4

Douglas DC-4 .


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