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SOLD Co-pilot seat from an Airspeed Ambassador aircraft.

This seat is incredibly rare.

The sole surviving Airspeed Ambassador (G-ALZO) is displayed at the Imperial War Museum, Duxford, Cambridgeshire, UK.


The Airspeed AS.57 Ambassador was produced by the British aircraft manufacturer Airspeed Ltd. An all metal, twin piston-engined, it was one of the first postwar airliners to be produced.

It entered with British European Airways in 1951 and served with them for 7 years.

The standard seating confirguration provided 47 passenger seats.

The Airspeed Ambassador is well known for the Munich, Germany, crash on 6th February 1958. Flight BEA609, crashed on take-off, killing 8 members of the 'Busby Babes' Manchester United football team and 15 other passengers.


Source: Fergus & Gibbs




Co-pilot seat SOLD

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