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Titan Airways, in the beginning...

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GCIJem
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Titan Airways, in the beginning...

Post by GCIJem » Sat Jun 16, 2018 2:22 pm

I thought it would be good to show how TItan Airways have grown in size over the years, here are a few pics from their early days.
Pics are mine unless credited & are used with permission.
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Cessna 404 Titans G-ZAPA & G-ZAPB at Guernsey Airport. Pics Michael Stedman Collection
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Embraer Bandeirante G-BPDL at Guernsey Airport. Pic - Graham Taylor Collection
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Shorts SD330 G-RNMO at Guernsey Airport. Pic Graham Taylor collection
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G-ZAPD Shorts SD360 at Guernsey Airport. Pics - Graham Taylor Collection
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ATR-42 EI-CIQ at Guernsey Airport.
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ATR-42 G-BUPS at Guernsey Airport
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BAe 146 G-ZAPN at Guernsey Airport. Pic Tony Carré
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BAe 146 G-ZAPK at Guernsey Airport. Pic Tony Carré
Pics taken as record shots only - no competition entries here :)

ganet365@yahoo.co.uk
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Re: Titan Airways, in the beginning...

Post by ganet365@yahoo.co.uk » Thu Aug 23, 2018 7:10 pm

Dear Sir

I understand that you are the owner of the photos under the above title. I am compiling a folder of Titan Airways Photos to give to their M.D.
and in this connection, may I have your permission to download two copies of the following photos:-

G-ZAPA AND G-ZAPB The Michael Steadman Collection

G-BPDL, G-RNMO, and G-ZAPD Two Colour Schemes The Graham Taylor Collection

G-ZAPN BAE 146 TITAN BLACK Tony Carre

I look forward to hearing from you in due course

With Best Regards

Tony Aldridge

Euan Buchan

Re: Titan Airways, in the beginning...

Post by Euan Buchan » Tue Sep 04, 2018 9:20 am

Its interesting how a company changes over the years. I like how British Airways has changed over the years. it was my favourite airline as a kid (it still is) but I prefer British Airways look from the 1990's.

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