Am currently serving as VC10 AGE for a second tour after a break of 3 years on 101 Sqn. Have been in and around the Vc10 fleet for over 17 years. I am hoping hold a reunion around Aug/sept 2010. And have been advised this is the best site to use as apoint of contact if it is possible? Could you please advise me as to the best way to go about this. Regards Shag Frazer.
As a former RAF VC10 CMk1 Ground Engineer who spent most of his career associated with this most wonderful of aircraft, together with her engineers and crews, she gave me a wealth of experience and showed me the world; the memories of which I will be forever grateful.
I first flew in a VC10 on 8th August 1964 from Salisbury to London via Nairobi. Later worked for BUA, BCAL and Gulf Air in marketing - all VC10 operators and was lucky enough to spend many trips on the flight deck. Now live under the flight path of Brize Norton! Love the website and congratulations to all contributors
I was a Rigger on Vicky 10s at Brize Norton from 1977 to 1982. I spent my time working mainly in Base Hanger on Majors and the Tank Team. I'm proud to say that I have worked on Vicky 10s because from an Engineers point of view they are lovely aircraft to work on. I also see names that I met during my time at Brize Norton - Hi to you all. Excellant site keep the good work up.
I was on the VC10 (noted on this website in the incidents section) that flew from London to Beirut flight MEA 202 on Saturday 28 Dec 1968 and that after landing was sadly blown up by the Israelis. It had Middle East Airlines livery but was owned by and leased from Ghana Airways from what I remember. Is there anyone on this board who was also on that flight or has input on this incident?
Don,t know what got me thinking about Uncle Basil (Peyton) last night but wanted to find out what really happened on the VC10 approaching Lagos. Thank you. I know Mum and Dad will want to know too as there was so much speculation at the time.