FS2004 British Commonwealth Bristol Britannia.
Textures for the Jens B. Kristensen Bristol Britannia 300 model (BRT_V10.ZIP). These textures depict Britannia 317 c/n 13426, built at Filton and registered G-APNB, November 1958. She was delivered 30.04.1959 to British and Commonwealth Shipping Ltd. and in May 1960 transferred to the parent company Hunting Clan Ait Transport Ltd. This aircraft and sister ship G-APNA made several U.K. - Far East trooping charter flights. Fitted with 114 rearward-facing seats, the interior layout was described as "unusually luxurious" for a troop carrier! Photos with and without colored engine cowlings exist. Cheetline and titles were repeatedly altered too. 1959-60 G-APNB was leased to East African Airways Corp., EAAC. In July 1960 both Britannias came to British United Airways, BUA by merger. G-APNB were sold to Donaldson Int'l 1967 and leased out to Lloyd Int'l 1967 and 1969. She retired 1971 and was broken up at Luton.
By Manfred Meyer.