BEA - British European Airways de Havilland DH.114 Heron G-ANXB
Operator: BEA - British European Airways - G-ANXB
Aircraft: de Havilland - DH.114 Heron
Airport: UK - England - Newark Air Museum
Category: Main database
Photo taken on 2010-10-23 by sunshine band [Contact]
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(25.11.2010, 22:23 CET)
At the museum.
1 Wallace Shackleton
(25 November 2010 - 23:10 CET)
Named after Sir James Young Simpson who was a Scottish doctor and an important figure in the history of medicine. Simpson discovered the anaesthetic properties of chloroform and successfully introduced it for general medical use. It's sister ship G-ANXA was named after nursing sister Jean Kennedy. who was killed when company Heron G-AOFY crashed on approach to Islay Airport on a mercy flight.