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A&AEE Boscombe Down Bristol Britannia 312F 

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1:144 Scale Bristol Britannia 312F Wingspan: 11.75" Length: 10.25"

Historical Note:


XX-367 started her flying career as a Britannia 312 for BOAC as G-AOVM on June 10th 1958. Her maiden flight was from Filton on April 29th 1958. Purchased by British Eagle International Airlines barely six years later, G-AOVM was nicknamed "Team Spirit" and converted to freighter configuration during 1967. Purchased by the Ministry of Defense in November in 1971, G-AVOM was re-registered as XX-367 to the Aircraft and Armament Experimental Establishment (A&AEE) at Boscombe Down, Wilts. The final owner was to be BCF Aviation, Kinshasa Airport in Zaire. Power Plants: 4* 3072 - ekw (4,120 ehp), Bristol Proteus 755 turbo props Performance: Max Speed: 397 mph, Max Ceiling: 24,000 ft., Range: 4,268 miles Dimensions: Wing Span: 142 ft. Length: 124 ft long

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