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BAC 100: 2010. Join in the Celebrations of 100 Years of Aviation in the West of England. Aviation image sequence: Photograph of the Bristol Flying School at Larkhill by T L Fuller © J T Fuller. Mercury engine installation diagram, courtesy of BAC/Rolls-Royce. Selection of old postcards from the collection of Jackie Sims. Photograph of A380 over Clifton Suspension Bridge courtesy of Airbus SAS 2006. Computer generated image of A350 XWB courtesy of Airbus. Artist's impressions of main exhibition by Simon Gurr. Sir George White (Airbus).
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Which other West of England aviation products – including cars, missiles, pre-fabricated buildings, plastics, satellites and mobile phone technology – have been most memorable or significant, in your opinion?

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AB, BAC 100 Registration
Posted 4521 days ago
It is only right to celebrate the contribution of Bristol and the surrounding area to World air travel over the past 100 years. This is a fitting occasion to remind the World that Bristol has produced not only ground breaking aircraft such as Concorde but also built buses, cars, satellites, missiles etc. which we still depend upon today.
GC, BAC 100 Registration
Posted 4521 days ago
As a pilot and owner of a Bristol car I am only too well aware of the historic legacy left behind by Bristol. The BAC heritage is something we can all be very proud of. I'm in no doubt that other Bristol owners will want to be associated with this project.
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Plastic drop tank, c 1950s (Airbus).
Plastic drop tank, c 1950s (Airbus).

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