Northrop Grumman Corporation has retired its BAC 1-11 N164W, the world’s last flying One Eleven airframe.
The airframe was operated as an avionics and electronics testbed aircraft.
N164W made its last flight on May 6, 2019 from Baltimore/Washington (BWI).
The crew did a low fly by over the field, then came in for a landing a few minutes
This was the last flight of the BAC 1-11.
BAC 1-11 401AK N164W (msn 090) was originally delivered to American Airlines as N5044 on December 16, 1966.
The airframe was sold to Dan-Air London as G-AXCK on March 26, 1969 before it came back to the United States with Westinghouse as N164W on February 10, 1983.
N164W would arrive at Northrop Grumman on March 1, 1996.
Top Copyright Photo: Northrop Grumman BAC 1-11 401AK N164W (msn 090) BWI (Brian McDonough). Image: 946461.