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Aircraft seat Id help needed.

Article about: A friend of mine rescued this from ajunk yard and I was hoping you guys could let me know what it is from. Many thanks as allways!

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    Default Aircraft seat Id help needed.

    A friend of mine rescued this from ajunk yard and I was hoping you guys could let me know what it is from.

    Many thanks as allways!
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    I would say it's a safe bet that the BAC stands for British Aircraft Corporation. I'm only familiar with their civilian airliner series, I don't know much about their military wares.

    Jay

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    If I had to guess I would say the customer was Boeing Airplane Company which had a plant close by.

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    No idea on this sorry.

    But a date of 1948 would put this outside of BAC's (British) timeframe, as they were not formed until 1960, so it will be Boeing as Gary thought.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Wow, you're right as usual Ade. I googled it and they didn't start until 1960. I could have swore they were around in 1948. Oh well, live and learn. BAC had a great plane in the one eleven.

    Jay

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