Airlines Remembered

Gill Airways

Photos © R.Leeuw


Gill Airways ceased operations on Sept. 20th 2001, with the loss of 240 jobs, after the Bank of Scotland withdrew funding.
Homebase: Newcastle, UK
Founded: 1969
ICAO callsign: Gillair
Flightnbr prefix: 9C / GIL
Operations: passengers

G-BYDO operates for Air France

Fokker 100 G-BYDO, operated by Gill Airways for Air France, comes in to land at Manchester Int'l Airport on August 19th 2000.
The terrorist attack Sept.11th in the U.S.A. brought many airlines into trouble and some folded under the strain. Gill Airways was one of them.

GILL AIRWAYS = 9C / GIL; Newcastle International Airport, Newcastle, UK

G-BLZT

Shorts 360-100

SH3676

 

G-BNYI

Shorts 360-300

SH3731

 

G-DASI

Shorts 360-100

SH3606

 

G-OLAH

Shorts 360-100

SH3604

 

G-RMCT

Shorts 360-100

SH3656

 

G-BVJP

ATR 42-300

371

 

G-BXBV

ATR 42-300

245

 

G-ORFH

ATR 42-300

346

operated in Air France-cs

G-WFEP

ATR 42-300

149

 

G-BWDA

ATR 72-202

444

 

G-BWDB

ATR 72-202

449

 

G-BXXA

ATR 72-202

301

 

G-BXYV

ATR 72-202

322

 

G-BYDN

Fokker 100

11329

operated in Air France-colors

G-BYDO

Fokker 100

11323

operated in Air France-colors

G-BYDP

Fokker 100

11321

operated in Air France-colors

Fleet info: JP Airline Fleets 2000/2001. The following aircraft were not current anymore in JP01/02:
The Shorts, ATR 42 G-WFEP and ATR 72 G-BXXA.



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