26 April 2017
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Viscount history


Discover the history of the Viscount with film, video, contemporary reports from the pages of Flight Magazine, our newsletters, and aircraft operational records and photos from our database.


Share your photos and stories


Our 'Live Magazine' is used by members and non-members to share their Viscount photos and stories with fellow enthusiasts located throughout the world in real time.

You are able to send in your photos, stories and comments by Facebook, Twitter or email and we will post them for all to enjoy.

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Featured pages

Our website contains over 20,000 pages of photos and information that can all be accessed from the menu at the top of every page. Here are a few to get you started.



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Established 2005
Vickers Viscount Network
A Virtual Museum dedicated to the Vickers-Armstrongs VC2 Viscount

Join the Vickers Viscount Network

Vickers Viscount Network membership is FREE and open to everyone

Our museum is dedicated to preserve the memory of this ground breaking and highly successful British aircraft and has a membership in over 90 countries. Our members come from all walks of life - pilots, engineers, artists, authors, computer programmers, pilots of computer simulators, airline passengers, and plane spotters, just to name some. Whatever their interest they all have one thing in common - the Viscount.




Indian Airlines Corporation V.779D Viscount c/n 247 VT-DOD


Help make our project the foremost Viscount reference


Membership details

Membership of the Vickers Viscount Network is free and open to everyone who has an interest in the Viscount.

Our members receive regular newsletters hot off the press and delivered directly to their e-mail in-boxes. These newsletters contain both current and historic information about the Viscount, their owners and operators, request for help with research, details of gatherings and meetings, and much, much more.

To join our membership just fill in the details below then submit.


First name:
Surname:
Country:
E-mail address:


Your details are safe and will NOT be passed on
to any other organisation


Active community

The Vickers Viscount Network is a very active community with plenty going on. Our 'Live Magazine' is where stories and photos are added daily to our Facebook page by members and non-members located throughout the world. Below are the most recent stories posted. By going to our Facebook page you will never miss a story as you can scroll back to the very first one added when we introduced this popular service.

People who do not use Facebook or Twitter are able to send in their photos, stories and comments by email to information@vickersviscount.net and we will post them for all to enjoy.






These are the latest stories posted on our Facebook page.
Stories often have comments and additional photos added to them by fellow
Viscount enthusiasts. To see these additions you will have to go to our Facebook
page by clicking on the text 'Vickers Viscount Network' in the box above.





All of these services are available free of charge
just download the appropiate software.


Would you like to be more involved?

The aim of the Vickers Viscount Network is to remain the foremost Viscount reference source. We need people with a passion for this aircraft to help us increase the information contained on our website that already exceeds over 20,000 pages of information and photos. Our reseachers are people who want a more hands on involvement with the development of our project and their research subject will be whatever aspect of the Viscount that they have an interest in.

Our volunteers have the responsibility that may include researching all aspects of the history of the Viscount, locating documents' and photos, writing and preparing reports, providing technical data to Viscount restoration projects, public relations, solving mysteries, giving advice to model makers, providing data for authors, artists and computer simulator programmers, etc..

Whatever your interest in the Viscount you will be most welcome to join our research team where ever you live.

There are no deadlines or anyone pushing for things to be done, each reseacher just does whatever they can whenever they can. Some people are only able to do a couple of hours each month while others put in many hours a week. We are grateful for whatever they are able to do to progress the project.

List of reseachers past and present



Researchers are issued with their own Vickers Viscount Network e-mail address to use as they see fit and receive a copy of all messages sent to our mail boxes. We get some really interesting messages from all over the world from people with an interest in the Viscount. Researchers are encouraged to join in with the replies if they have something to contribute. Typically we receive two or three messages a day so your in-box will not be overwhelmed.


How to become a Vickers Viscount Network reseacher

To be considdered to become a reseacher send an e-mail message telling us about your interest in the Viscount, your background, and where you live, to the Vickers Viscount Network by clicking on this link.

information@vickersviscount.net



'Resign' your membership

To end your membership of the Vickers Viscount Network just fill in the details below then click 'Resign'.


First name:
Surname:
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Photo of BEA - British European Airways Viscount G-AOJC

The Vickers Viscount Network is always interested to hear from anyone who has information or photographs to help complete the story of the Viscount. If you can help please contact us at
Information@VickersViscount.net.


Click here for more details about the Vickers Viscount Network

This website has been designed, built and is maintained by Geoff Blampied, Norwich, Norfolk, England.