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Brymon Airways

Categories: Aviation

Former airline co-founded by journalist Bill Bryce and racing driver Chris Amon. Based in Plymouth, it was the first British airline to use the De Havilland Canada Dash 7 short take-off and landing airplane. Eventually it was merged with British Regional Airlines.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Brymon Airways

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Heron Quays Station

This plaque marks the spot where on Sunday 27 June 1982, Captain Harry Gee of...

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Sir Alan Cobham

Sir Alan Cobham

Aviator. Born Alan John Cobham in Camberwell. He joined the Royal Flying Corps in World War I, and went on to become the first test pilot for the de Havilland Aeroplane Hire Service. In 1932 he sta...

Person, Aviation, Caribbean Islands

1 memorial
Jocelyn Reina

Jocelyn Reina

Born as Kimberley Ann Reina on 26 May 1962 in Harbor City, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, USA, she was the daughter of Theodore Jay Reina (b.1932) and Betty Ellen Reina née Hulet (193...

Person, Aviation, Tragedy, Scotland, USA

1 memorial
Mary Geraldine Murphy

Mary Geraldine Murphy

Senior Purser Mary Geraldine Murphy was born on 14 May 1937 in Dublin, Ireland, one of the six children of Robert and Margaret Murphy.  Our Picture Source and the Clipper Crew website gives more i...

Person, Aviation, Tragedy, Ireland, Scotland

1 memorial
Hampden Bomber P4399 Crash

Hampden Bomber P4399 Crash

At around 4 am, the plane is thought to have got caught in an electrical storm when it was returning from a bombing raid on Cologne. Three of the crew and three civilians were killed after the plan...

Event, Aviation, Tragedy

1 memorial