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Piper PA-24 Comanche (VH-WFL)


The Comanche is nothing special - but I love the background stuff. From the Geoff Goodall collection taken at Adelaide May 1965


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Great photo of the British Eagle Bristol Britania dwarfing the TAA DC3, with at least one Convair visible to the right..
ian mcdonellPhoto Uploader
Thanks Chris - thought you might enjoy this
Cheers Ian...those Convairs would have been ASA-Airlines of South Australia. I think that they were mainly flown between ADL and Port Lincoln and also across to Kangaroo Island. Also north to the steel town of Whyalla out of Adelaide. The turboprop Brittania of British Eagle would have been on an inbound charter from the UK. She was designed to do trans Atlantic, so certainly had plenty of range available at 300 knots plus...
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