Southern Viscounts: Veteran NAC Trio Reunite with Independent

IN THE LATE 1950's when New Zealand's National Airways Corporation introduced the first of its Viscounts, they heralded a new era of sophistication, comfort and speed, and put the airline into the sixties with some of the most modem equipment available for short haul routes. Today, twenty years on, three of these aircraft —since withdrawn from NZ service and dispersed around the world — have been sought out and purchased by a UK based independent airline operator.

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