Post by Goldenrocket on Oct 17, 2019 13:18:13 GMT -5
In the 1960s, Standard Telephones and Cables Ltd. (STC) operated its own aircraft, a Douglas Dakota DC3, based at Stansted in Essex. This was used to ferry VIPs from ITT between London and Brussels, to transport employees of the year to the ITT ranch in Spain, and also as a flying testbed for the communication and navigation products developed by the Radio Division. Although the aircraft was a pre-war design in a jet plane age, it was one of the most luxurious and well equipped aircraft then flying.
This is a repaint done by John Payne a couple of years ago.