Braniff International Airways    British Aerospace Corp BAC-111     N1541     (c/n   15)


                                       In 1961 Braniff took a bold step and ordered a non-US built jet to replace its aging Convairs. 
                                       Here, the initial delivery aircraft of an order for 14 is seen taking off from the manufacturer's
                                       runway at Hurn, just outside Bournemouth in the U.K.   The date was 9 June 1964.
                                       BAC-111s were used on Braniff's medium density domestic routes commencing in 1965.
                                       The fleet was sold off to Allegheny Airlines in 1972 although this particular aircraft went to
                                       the Stewart Lumber Company becoming N5LC.