Jersey : 40th Anniversary of ICAO

and Jersey aviation history (2nd series)


Issue date: 24/07/1984



Bristol Type 170 Freighter Mk 32 of British United Airlines registered G‑ANWM “City of Aberdeen” in United Kingdom; ICAO emblem; loading a red car into the airplane.


Airspeed A.S. 57 Ambassador 2 of Dan Air Services Limited registered G‑ALZO in United Kingdom, landing at Jersey Airport; ICAO emblem.


de Havilland D.H.114 Heron 1B of Jersey Airlines registered G‑AMYU in United Kingdom, christened Duchess of Jersey, making an evening approach to the Jersey Airport from the west, across the wide expanse of St. Queen’s Bay; ICAO emblem.


de Havilland D.H.89A Dragon Rapide of Channel Islands Airways, registered G‑AGPH in United Kingdom.

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Background: This set depicts four aircraft types that contributed significantly to the development of Jersey aviation during the period of outstanding growth following World War II.