Photographs relating to the Airport including one of flight attendants Olive Diwer, Kate Atkins, and Judy Stockhill in front of an Intra Jersey plane, which relates to their new uniforms, and a group picture which concerns the last scheduled flight of an Ambassador plane.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/AVI/16/16

Date: September 24th 1971 - September 28th 1971

Subject: Aviation

File number: 16

Page number: 16

Photographs which relate to the last scheduled flight of a Dan Air Airspeed Ambassador plane and feature Captain Peter Collier, flight attendants, Mr George Giles, Mr and Mrs Louden, Deputy Ellis, Brian Mellor and Jack Herbert.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/AVI/16/17

Date: September 24th 1971 - September 28th 1971

Subject: Aviation

File number: 16

Page number: 17

Photographs which relate to a Fleet Air Arm Westland Wessex helicopter, its' crew, and an ormerers rescue beacon. See L/A/75/A2/AVI/16/3 which features one of the helicopters after it was involved in a sea rescue, and also L/A/75/A2/AVI/16/10.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/AVI/16/18

Date: June 24th 1971 - July 1st 1971

Subject: Aviation

File number: 16

Page number: 18

Aerial photograph relating to Carlyle Le Gallais, Roselands, and of a Copenhagen to London service Airspeed Ambassador Elizabethan plane which landed in Jersey due to fog.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/AVI/6/16

Date: 1952-09 - December 30th 1952

Subject: Aviation

File number: 6

Page number: 16

Photograph of a Copenhagen to London service Airspeed Ambassador Elizabethan plane which landed in Jersey due to fog.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/AVI/6/17

Date: December 30th 1952 - January 10th 1953

Subject: Aviation

File number: 6

Page number: 17

Temps passé newscutting which includes a photograph of a Copenhagen to London service Airspeed Ambassador Elizabethan plane which landed in Jersey due to fog. Page number 17A of Aviation Subject File number 6 of the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/AVI/6/17A

Date: December 30th 1952 - December 30th 1997

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