Scale 1-144 model
British Aerospace 146-200(QC)
Registration - Delivered - Exit date - Status:
G-BRXT (MSN E2115) - 16 Mar 1990 - Jul 1990 - Withdrawn from use 3 Mar 2012 - Stored
G-PRIN (MSN E2148) - 8 Jun 1990 - 26 Feb 1991
G-PRCS (MSN E2176) - Not taken up
Flat black display stand - Original box
Aircraft type: British Aerospace 146-200 - British Aerospace 146-200QC (Quick Change)
Configuration: Y94 - Cargo - Freighter
Engines: 4x LY ALF502R-5
Aircraft name: Princess Alice
Dimensions: Wing span 26.21m (86ft 0in), length 28.60m (86ft 0in), height 8.61m (28ft 3in). Wing area 77.3m2 (832.0sq ft)
Country: United Kingdom
Commenced operations: 1990
Ceased operations: 1991
Hubs: Southend Airport - Bournemouth Airport
Fleet size: 2
Headquarters: Southend-on-Sea, United Kingdom
Founder-Director: Ivor Burstin
Princess Air was a British charter airline between 1989 and 1991 with headquarters at Southend-on-Sea in Essex and an operating base at Southend Airport.
Formed by a local tour operator Burstin Travel, the company started operations in 1990 using a quick change (passenger/freighter) variant of the BAe 146-200.
It operated charter flights from Southend and Bournemouth Airport to holiday destinations in Europe.
At night the aircraft operated freight flights between Cologne and Brussels.
Due to the economic situation the airline ceased operation in February 1991.
One of the fleet is shown landing and taxiing in episode 5 of series 6 of the TV series Howards' Way.
Howards Way 6 Episode 5 Part 1 Intro
Colors: Black - Grey - Barbie Pink - White
Dimensions (cm): Box: 4 x 7 x 25 / Model: 20,5 x 18,5 x 11,6
Weight (g): 100
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