Last updated March 31 2017

Below, postcards from my collection are shown per airline

Number of postcards: 64

AER LINGUS (5)

AIR FRANCE (12)

ALITALIA (x)

ARKIA AIRLINES (1)

BEA - BRITISH EUROPEAN AIRWAYS (23)

BRITISH AIR FERRIES (1)

CAMBRIAN AIRWAYS (6)

CAPITAL AIRLINES (2)

CHANNEL AIRWAYS (1)

CONDOR FLUGDIENST (1)

JERSEY AIR FERRIES (1)

LUFTHANSA (4)

SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS (1)

TRANS CANADA AIRLINES (4)

UNITED AIR LINES (2)

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Aer Lingus

Aer Lingus operated 23 different Vickers Viscount aircrafts between 1953 and 1962.
Registrations used were:

Vickers Viscount Type 700

EI-AFV, EI-AFW, EI-AFY,
EI-AGI
EI-AJV, EI-AJW

Vickers Viscount Type 800

EI-AJI, EJ-AJJ, EI-AJK
EI-ALG
EI-AKJ, EI-AKK, EI-AKL
EI-AMA
EI-AOE, EI-AOF, EI-AOG, EI-AOH, EI-AOI, EI-AOJ, EI-AOK (also EI-APD), EI-AOL, EI-AOM

In the collection 3 of the 23 aircrafts are represented.

EI-AFV
Construction number 30, model Vickers Viscount V.707.
Delivered in January 1954. In service until 1960 when sold to Tradair. New registration became G-APZB.

EI-AFV
St Patrick / Padraig
Aer Lingus
Vickers Viscount V.707
Dublin (DUB)
Ireland
VC
John Hinde Limited,
Cabinteely, Co. Dublin, Ireland
EI-AFV
St Patrick / Padraig
Aer Lingus
Vickers Viscount V.707
Dublin (DUB)
Ireland
VC
John Hinde,
Dalkey, Co. Dublin, Ireland
EI-AFV
St Patrick / Padraig
Aer Lingus
Vickers Viscount V.707
In
flight
VC
Editions P.I.,
Paris, France

EI-ALG
Construction number 312, model Vickers Viscount V.808.
Bought from Cunard-Eagle Airways in February 1960. Previous registrations were G-APDX/VR-BAY.
In service until November 1969.

EI-ALG
St Kieran
Aer Lingus
Vickers Viscount V.808
Shannon (DUB)
Ireland
VC
John Hinde Limited,
Cabinteely, Co. Dublin, Ireland

EI-AKL
Construction number 423, model Vickers Viscount V.808.
Delivered in January 1959. In service until 1970 when sold to Air Commerz. New registration became D-ADAM.

EI-AKL
St Colmcille
Aer Lingus
Vickers Viscount V.808
Frankfurt (FRA)
Germany
VC
L. Cloos,
Frankfurt/M, Germany
Air France

Air France operated 12 different Vickers Viscount aircrafts between 1953 and 1962.
Registrations used were:

Vickers Viscount Type 700

F-BGNK, F-BGNL, F-BGNM, F-BGNN, F-BGNO, F-BGNP, F-BGNQ, F-BGNR, F-BGNS, F-BGNT, F-BGNU, F-BGNV

In addition, three aircrafts were leased between 1967 and 1968, registrations
G-AMOC (VV 701), G-AMNZ (VV 701) and G-ATDU (VV 739).

In the collection 6 of the 15 aircrafts are represented.

F-BGNK
Construction number 8, model Vickers Viscount V.708.
Delivered in May 1953. In service until December 12 1956 when it crashed during a training flight.

Accident description (Aviation Safety Network)

F-BGNK
Air France
Vickers Viscount V.708
In flight
VC
Editions P. I.,
Paris, France
F-BGNK
Air France
Vickers Viscount V.708
In flight
VC
Editions P. I.,
Paris, France
F-BGNK
Air France
Vickers Viscount V.708
In flight
VC
Editions P. I.,
Paris, France

F-BGNL
Construction number 10, model Vickers Viscount V.708.
Delivered in May 1953. In service until 1960 when it was sold to Maithland Drewery Aviation. New registration became G-ARBY. Later with Air Inter (1966-1975) as F-BOEC.

F-BGNL
Air France
Vickers Viscount V.708
Zürich-Kloten (ZRH)
Switzerland
VC
Photoglog-Wehrli AG,
Zürich, Switzerland
F-BGNL
Air France
Vickers Viscount V.708
Nice (NCE)
France
VC
La Cigogne,
Nice, France

F-BGNM
Construction number 12, model Vickers Viscount V.708.
Delivered in September 1953. In service until 1960 when it was sold to Maithland Drewery Aviation. New registration became G-ARER. Later with Air Inter (1966-1975) as F-BOEA.

F-BGNM
Air France
Vickers Viscount V.708
Paris-Le Bourget (LBG)
France
VC
Aile B. Edition Par Image et Graphique, Paris, France

F-BGNN
Construction number 14, model Vickers Viscount V.708.
Delivered in October 1953. In service until 1960 when it was sold to Maithland Drewery Aviation. New registration became G-ARGR. Later with Air Inter (1966-1975) as F-BOEB.

F-BGNN
Air France
Vickers Viscount V.708
Unknown
airport
VC
Editions d'Art RAYMON,
Paris, France
F-BGNN
Air France
Vickers Viscount V.708
Paris-Le Bourget (LBG)
France
VC
Aile B. Edition Par Image et Graphique, Paris, France

F-BGNQ
Construction number 33, model Vickers Viscount V.708.
Delivered in May 1954.
In service until 1962 when it was transferred to Air Inter. Registration remained the same.

F-BGNQ
Air France
Vickers Viscount V.708
Nice (NCE)
France
VC
Librairie-Tabacs de l'Aérogare
de NICE-COTE D'AZUR
F-BGNQ
Air France
Vickers Viscount V.708
Nice (NCE)
France
VC
Librairie-Tabacs de l'Aérogare
de NICE-COTE D'AZUR
F-BGNQ
Air France
Vickers Viscount V.708
Unknown
airport
VC
Editions d'Art RAYMON,
Brundy, France

F-BGNU
Construction number 38, model Vickers Viscount V.708.
Delivered in July 1954. In service until 1961 when it was leased to Air Vietnam with the same registration. Later with Air Inter (1963-1975) as F-BGNU.

F-BGNU
Air France
Vickers Viscount V.708
Unknown airport, most likely
Zürich-Kloten (ZRH)
Switzerland
VC
WBZ Verlag,
Zürich, Switzerland
Arkia Airlines

Arkia Airlines operated Vickers Viscount aircrafts between 1969 and 1984.
I will not list all registrations here, rather add them one by one as they appear in my collection.

Vickers Viscount Type 800

4X-AVB

In the collection 1 aircraft is represented.

4X-AVB
Construction number 424, model Vickers Viscount V.833.
Purchased from BUA - British United Airways in December 1969.
In service until April 1984 (?).
Sold 1989 to BAF - British Air Ferries for spares.

[Source: Vickers Viscount Network]

4X-AVB
Arkia Airlines
Vickers Viscount V.833
Unknown airport
VC
Palphot, Herzlia, Israel
No: 9643
BEA - British European Airways

BEA operated Vickers Viscount aircrafts between 1953 and 19xx.
I will not list all registrations here, rather add them one by one as they appear in my collection.

Vickers Viscount Type 700

G-AMAV

G-ALWE

G-AMOE, G-AMOF, G-AMOG, G-AMOL

G-ANHB, G-ANHD

Vickers Viscount Type 800

G-AOHI, G-AOHK, G-AOHW

G-AOJA, G-AOJC, G-AOJD, G-AOJF, G-AOYG, G-AOYO, G-AOYR, G-AOYS

G-APIM

In the collection 18 aircrafts are represented.

G-AMAV
Construction number 3, model Vickers Viscount V.701.
Loaned from the Ministry of Supply and named as 'Viscount G-AMAV' for route proving flights around Europe between February 1952 and March 1953.
Loaned a second time during October-November 1953 from the Ministry of Supply named 'R M A Endeavour' for participation in the Heathrow Airport, London, England to Christchurch Airport, New Zealand air race. This in place of the originally allotted V.701 Viscount c/n 20 G-AMNZ with its appropriate registration and name of James Cook which was not available at the time.

[Source: Vickers Viscount Network]

G-AMAV
RMA Discovery
British European Airways
Vickers Viscount V.701
Frankfurt (FRA)
Germany
VC
Cloos-Klozbücher,
Frankfurt a. Main, Germany
No: 11
G-AMAV
RMA Discovery
British European Airways
Vickers Viscount V.701
Rome-Ciampino (CIA)
Italy
VC
Ediz. Binelli,
Italy
No: 31274

G-ALWE
Construction number 4, model Vickers Viscount V.701.
Delivered in January 1953 named RMA Discovery.
In service until March 14 1957 when it crashed during a landing approach to Manchester airport killing all twenty onboard plus two on the ground.

Accident description (Aviation Safety Network)

G-ALWE
RMA Discovery
British European Airways
Vickers Viscount V.701
Paris (unknown airport)
France
VC
Editions P. I.,
Paris, France
G-ALWE
RMA Discovery
British European Airways
Vickers Viscount V.701
London (LHR)
England
VC
A. V. Fry & Co. Ltd.,
London, England

G-AMOE
Construction number 17, model Vickers Viscount V.701.
Delivered in July 1953 named Sir Edward Parry.
In service until 1964 whensold to Channel Airways, registration remained the same.
Later with Cambrian Airways with the same registration.

G-AMOE
Sir Edward Parry
British European Airways
Vickers Viscount V.701
London Airport (LHR)
England
VC
A. V. Fry & Co., Ltd.,
London, England

G-AMOF
Construction number 17, model Vickers Viscount V.701.
Delivered in July 1953 named Sir Martin Frobisher.
In service until 1964 whensold to VASP, new registration PP-SRM.

G-AMOF
Sir Martin Frobisher
British European Airways
Vickers Viscount V.701
Guernsey Airport (GCI)
England
VC
The Guernsey Press Co
G-AMOF
Sir Martin Frobisher
British European Airways
Vickers Viscount V.701
London Airport (LHR)
England
VC
A. V. Fry & Co., Ltd., London, England

G-AMOG
Construction number 7, model Vickers Viscount V.701.
Delivered in March 1953 named RMA Robert Falcon Scott.
In service until 1963 when sold to Cambrian Airways, registration remained the same.
Later with BOAC/British Airways with the same registration.
Ended up at the Museum of Flight, East Fortune, Scotland.

G-AMOG
RMA Robert Falcon Scott
British European Airways
Vickers Viscount V.701
In flight
VC
A. V. Fry & Co., Ltd.,
London, England
G-AMOG
RMA Robert Falcon Scott
British European Airways
Vickers Viscount V.701
In flight
VC
Editions P.I.,
Paris, France

G-AMOL
Construction number 25, model Vickers Viscount V.701.
Delivered in December 1953 named RMA David Livingstone.
In service until April 1963 when it was sold to Cambrian Airways, registration remained the same.

G-AMOL
RMA David Livingstone
British European Airways
Vickers Viscount V.701
Ronaldsway (IOM)
Isle of Man, England
VC
Colourpicture,
Boston, Mass., U.S.A.

G-ANHB
Construction number 62, model Vickers Viscount V.701.
Delivered in November 1954 named RMA Sir Henry Stanley.
In service until 1962 when sold to VASP, new registration became PP-SRN.

G-ANHB
RMA Sir Henry Stanley
British European Airways
Vickers Viscount V.701
Hannover (HAJ)
Germany
VC
Schöning & Co,
Lübeck, Germany

G-ANHD
Construction number 64, model Vickers Viscount V.701.
Delivered in April 1955 named Sir William Dampier.
In service until 1962 when sold to VASP, new registration became PP-SRO.

G-ANHD
Sir William Dampier
British European Airways
Vickers Viscount V.701
Hannover (HAJ)
Germany
VC
H. Frommeyer, Flughafenbuchhandlung,
Hannover, Germany

G-AOHI
Construction number 158, model Vickers Viscount V.802.
Delivered in March 1957 named RMA Charles Montagu Doughty.
In service until January 19 1973 when it crashed during a test flight after maintenance killing all 4 onboard.

Accident description (Aviation Safety Network)

G-AOHI
RMA Charles Montagu Doughty
British European Airways
Vickers Viscount V.802
Jersey (JER)
Channel Islands, England
VC
Colourmaster International

G-AOHK
Construction number 160, model Vickers Viscount V.802.
Delivered in May 1957 named RMA John Hanning Speke.
In service until July 31 1973 when it was transferred to British Airways due to a corporate merger.

G-AOHK
RMA John Hanning Speke
British European Airways
Vickers Viscount V.802
Jersey (JER)
Channel Islands, England
VC
Jarrold & Sons Ltd,
Norwich, England

G-AOHW
Construction number 253, model Vickers Viscount V.802.
Delivered in August 1957 named RMA Sir Francis Younghusband.
In service until July 31 1973 when it was transferred to British Airways due to a corporate merger.

G-AOHK
RMA Sir Francis Younghusband
British European Airways
Vickers Viscount V.802
Jersey (JER)
Channel Islands, England
VC
Jarrold & Sons Ltd,
Norwich, England

G-AOJA
Construction number 150, model Vickers Viscount V.802.
Delivered in February 1957 named Sir Samuel White Baker.
In service until October 23 1957 when it crashed during a landing approach to Belfast-Nutts Corner airport killing all onboard.

Accident description (Aviation Safety Network)

G-AOJA
Sir Samuel White Baker
British European Airways
Vickers Viscount V.802
In flight
VC
Editions P. I.,
Paris, France

G-AOJC
Construction number 152, model Vickers Viscount V.802.
Delivered in January 1957 named Robert O'Hara Burke.
Transferred April 1974 to British Airways at the creation of BA. In service until October 1975 with the same registration.

G-AOJC
Robert O'Hara Burke
British European Airways
Vickers Viscount V.802
In flight
VC
Edizione Bossi,
Gallareta, Italy

G-AOJD
Construction number 153, model Vickers Viscount V.802.
Delivered in January 1957 named Sebastian Cabot.
Transferred April 1974 to British Airways at the creation of BA. In service until January 1976 with the same registration.

G-AOJD
Sebastian Cabot
British European Airways
Vickers Viscount V.802
Milano-Malpensa (MXP)
Italy
VC
Edizione Bossi,
Gallareta, Italy

G-AOJF
Construction number 155, model Vickers Viscount V.802.
Delivered in February 1957 named R M A Sir George Somers.
Transferred April 1974 to British Airways at the creation of BA. In service until February 1980 with the same registration.

G-AOJF
RMA Sir George Somers
British European Airways
Vickers Viscount V.802
Manchester (MAN)
England
VC
Valentine, Dundee & London

G-AOYG
Construction number 256, model Vickers Viscount V.806.
Delivered in March 1958 named RMA Charles Darwin.
In service until 1970 when sold to Cambrian Airways, registration remained the same.

G-AOYG
RMA Charles Darwin
British European Airways
Vickers Viscount V.806
Berlin-Tempelhof (THF)
Germany
VC
Krüger

G-AOYO
Construction number 264, model Vickers Viscount V.806.
Delivered in April 1958 named RMA Adam Smith.
In service until 1968 when sold to BKS Air Transport, registration remained the same.

G-AOYO
RMA Adam Smith
British European Airways
Vickers Viscount V.806
Jersey (JER)
Channel Islands, England
VC
Photographic Greeting Card Co. Ltd.
London, England

G-AOYR
Construction number 266, model Vickers Viscount V.806.
Delivered in April 1958 named RMA Sir Richard Arkwright.
In service until 1969 when sold to BKS Air Transport, registration remained the same.
Later with British Air Ferries.

G-AOYR
RMA Sir Richard Arkwright
British European Airways
Vickers Viscount V.806
London (LHR)
England
VC
Lansdowne Publishing Co. Ltd.
London, England

G-AOYS
Construction number 267, model Vickers Viscount V.806.
Delivered in June 1958 named RMA George Stephenson.
In service until oktober 1971 when sold to Cambrian Airways, registration remained the same.

G-AOYS
RMA George Stephenson
British European Airways
Vickers Viscount V.806
Jersey (JER)
England
VC
E. T. W. Dennis & Sons Ltd
Scarborough, England

Unidentified registrations

Unidentified registration
British European Airways
Vickers Viscount V.800
Birmingham-Elmdon (BHX)
England
VC
E. T. W. Dennis & Sons Ltd
Scarborough, England

G-APIM
Construction number 412, model Vickers Viscount V.806.
Delivered in June 1958 named RMA Robert Boyle.
In service until 1971 when sold to Cambrian Airways, registration remained the same.

G-APIM
RMA Robert Boyle
British European Airways
Vickers Viscount V.806
Jersey, (JER)
Channel Islands, England
VC
John Hinde Limited,
Cabinteely, Co. Dublin, Ireland
British Air Ferries

British Air Ferries operated 30 different Vickers Viscount aircrafts between 1963 and 1974.

I will not list all registrations here, rather add them one by one as they appear in my collection.

Vickers Viscount Type 800

G-AOYR

In the collection 1 of the 30 aircrafts is represented.

G-AOYR
Construction number 266, model Vickers Viscount V.806.
Delivered new in April 1958 to BEA.
Bought from British Airways in January 1984, previous registration the same. Named "Viscount Aberdeen".
Leased to British Caledonian Airways in March 1985.

G-AOYR
British Air Ferries
Vickers Viscount V.806
Southend (SEN)
England
VC
Interprint, Scotton,
England

Unknown registartions

Unknown registration
British Air Ferries
Vickers Viscount
Unkown airport
VC
Creative Printing and Design
British Airways

British Airways operated different Vickers Viscount aircrafts between 1972 and 1984.

I will not list all registrations here, rather add them one by one as they appear in my collection.

Vickers Viscount Type 700

G-AOHR

In the collection 1 aircraft is represented.

G-AOHR
Construction number 166, model Vickers Viscount V.802.
Delivered new in April 1958 to BEA.
Transferred from BEA July 31 1973 due to a corporate merger.
In service on the Channel Islands routes until August 1975.

G-AOHR
British Airways
Vickers Viscount V.802
Guernsey (GCI)
Channel Islands, England
VC
Guernsey Gifts
Cambrian Airways

Cambrian operated 22 different Vickers Viscount aircrafts between 1963 and 1976.
Registrations used were:

Vickers Viscount Type 700

G-ALWF
G-AMOA, G-AMOC, G-AMOE, G-AMOG, G-AMOH, G-AMOJ, G-AMOL, G-AMON, G-AMOO, G-AMOP, G-AMNZ
G-ANRS

Vickers Viscount Type 800

G-AOYG, G-AOYI, G-AOYJ, G-AOYM, G-AOYN, G-AOYP, G-AOYS
G-APEY, G-APIM

In the collection 5 of the 22 aircrafts are represented.

G-AMOA
Construction number 9, model Vickers Viscount V.701.
Bought from Channel Airways in January 1966, previous registration the same. Delivered new to BEA in 1953.
In service until Januray 1970 when it was damaged beyond ecoomical repair due to a heavy landing.

G-AMOA
Cambrian Airways
Vickers Viscount V.701
Liverpool (LPL)
England
VC
Unknown publisher

G-AMOE
Construction number 17, model Vickers Viscount V.701.
Bought from Channel Airways in January 1964, previous registration the same. Delivered new to BEA in 1953.
In service until 1972 when it was transferred to Northeast Airlines. Registration remained the same.

G-AMOE
Cambrian Airways
Vickers Viscount V.701
Ronaldsway (IOM)
Isle of Man, England
VC
Unknown publisher

G-AMOG
Construction number 21, model Vickers Viscount V.701.
Bought from BEA in January 1963, previous registration the same.
In service until April 1972 when it was leased to BOAC (transferred to BA at the merge July 1972).

G-AMOG
Cambrian Airways
Vickers Viscount V.701
Ronaldsway (IOM)
Isle of Man, England
VC
H.P.O. Belfast Ltd
Made by Dexter

G-AMOH
Construction number 21, model Vickers Viscount V.701.
Bought from Channel Airways in October 1965, previous registration the same. Delivered new to BEA in 1953.
In service until November 1971 when it was withdrawn from use.

G-AMOH
Cambrian Airways
Vickers Viscount V.701
Ronaldsway (IOM)
Isle of Man, England
VC
John Hinde Studios, Ireland

G-AMOO
Construction number 28, model Vickers Viscount V.701.
Bought from Channel Airways in November 1966, previous registration the same. Delivered new to BEA in 1953.
In service until December 1970 when it was withdrawn from use.

G-AMOO
Cambrian Airways
Vickers Viscount V.701
Ronaldsway (IOM)
Isle of Man, England
VC
Bamforth & Co., Ltd.,
Holmfirth, Yorkshire, England

Unknown registrations

Unknown registration
Cambrian Airways
Vickers Viscount V.8xx
Ronaldsway (IOM)
Isle of Man, England
VC
E. T. W. Dennis & Sons,
Scarborough, England
Capital Airlines

Capital Airlines operated Vickers Viscount aircrafts between 1955 and 1961 (merge with United Airlines).
I will not list all registrations here, rather add them one by one as they appear in my collection.

Vickers Viscount Type 700

N7410, N7418

In the collection 2 aircrafts are represented.

N7410
Construction number 34, model Vickers Viscount V.745D.
Delivered January 15 1956 given the fleet number 329. In service until May 20 1958 when it collided in mid air with a US fighter (both planes crashed). All onboard the Viscount were killed.

Accident description (Aviation Safety Network)

N7410
Capital Airlines
Vickers Viscount V.745
Minneapolis-St. Paul (MSP)
U.S.A.
VC
St. Marie's Gopher News Co., Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.
(Colourpicture)

N7418
Construction number 118, model Vickers Viscount V.745D.
Delivered in March 1956 given the fleet number 337. In service until December 1960 when it was sold to Alitalia. New registration became I-LIRE.

N7418
Capital Airlines
Vickers Viscount V.745
Cleveland Hopkins Airport (MSP)
U.S.A.
VC
George R. Klein News Company, Cleveland, Ohio
(Curteichcolor)
Channel Airways

Channel Airways operated 21 different Vickers Viscount aircrafts between 1961 and 1969.
Registrations used were:

Vickers Viscount Type 700

G-ALWF

G-AMOA, G-AMOC, G-AMOE, G-AMOH, G-AMOJ, G-AMOO

G-APTA, G-APZB, G-APZC

Vickers Viscount Type 800

G-APPC, G-APPU

G-ATUE, G-ATVE, G-ATVR

G-AVIW, G-AVHE, G-AVHK, G-AVJL, G-AVJZ, G-AVNJ

In the collection 1 of the 21 aircrafts are represented.

G-APZC
Construction number 34, model Vickers Viscount V.707.
Aquired from Tradair in December 1962 as G-APZC, due to a company merger. Re-registered with Channel Airways in April 1964.
In service until November 1968 when it was withdrawn from use.
Delivered new to Aer Lingus in April 1954 (EI-AGI).

G-APZC
Channel Airways
Vickers Viscount V.707
Oostende Airport (OST)
Belgium
VC
Van Mieghem,
Oostende, Belgium
(Krüger)
Condor Flugdienst

Condor Flugdienst operated 4 different Vickers Viscount aircrafts between 1961 and 1969.
All were leased from Lufthansa.
Registrations used were:

Vickers Viscount Type 800

D-ANIP, D-ANOL, D-ANUN, D-ANUR

In the collection 1 of the 4 aircrafts are represented.

D-ANIP
Construction number 341, model Vickers Viscount V.814.
Leased from Lufthansa in November 1961, previous registration the same.
In service until November 1967 when it was returned.
Later with NAS Nora Air Service (D-ANIP), British Midland (G-BAPE), British Airways (G-BAPE),
Intra Airways (G-BAPE), Jersey European Airways (G-BAPE), Arkia Airlines (4X-AVI), Southern International Air Transport (G-BAPE), Royal American Airways (N145RA) and lastly with Viscount Unlimited Inc. (N145RA).

D-ANIP
Condor Flugdienst
Vickers Viscount V.814
Unknown airport
VC
Airline issued
Jersey Air Ferries

Jersey Air Ferries operated at least one Vickers Viscount aircraft during 1983.
Registrations used was:

Vickers Viscount Type 800

G-AOYP

In the collection 1 aircraft is represented.

G-AOYP
Construction number 265, model Vickers Viscount V.806.
Leased from British Air Ferries in April 1983. Returned to BAF six months later, i.e. October 1983.

G-AOYP
Jersey Air Ferries
Vickers Viscount V.806
Manchester (MAN)
U.K.
VC
DPR Marketing & Sales
Lufthansa

Lufthansa operated 11 different Vickers Viscount aircrafts between 1958 and 1971.
Registrations used were:

Vickers Viscount Type 800

D-ANAB, D-ANAC, D-ANAD, D-ANAF, D-ANAM, D-ANEF, D-ANIP, D-ANIZ, D-ANOL, D-ANUN, D-ANUR

In the collection 2 of the 11 aircrafts are represented.

D-ANAC
Construction number 370, model Vickers Viscount V.819.
Delivered new to Lufthansa in July 1961.
In service until 1971 when it was sold to Universal Aviation Supply.
Later with Arkia Airlines (4X-AVA), British Midland (G-AYOX) and lastly with British Air Ferries (G-AOYX).

D-ANAC
Lufthansa
Vickers Viscount V.819
Köln/Bonn (CGN)
Germany
VC
Ewald J. Wagenhut,
Porz-Wahn-Heide, Rheinland,
Germany

D-ANUN
Construction number 338, model Vickers Viscount V.814.
Delivered new to Lufthansa in October 1958.
In service until 1962 when it was leased to Condor.
Later with NAS Nora Air Service (D-ANUN), British Midland (G-BAPF), Skyline Sweden (SE-FOY) and Baltic Airlines (G-BAPF). In the end used for fire training.

D-ANUN
Lufthansa
Vickers Viscount V.814
Unknown airport
VC
Airline issued
D-ANUN
Lufthansa
Vickers Viscount V.814
Unknown airport
VC
Airline issued
D-ANUN
Lufthansa
Vickers Viscount V.814
In flight
VC
Airline issued
South African Airways

South African Airways operated 8 different Vickers Viscount aircrafts between 1958 and 1975.
Registrations used were:

Vickers Viscount Type 800

ZS-CDT, ZS-CDU, ZS-CDV, ZS-CDW, ZS-CDX, ZS-CDY, ZS-CDZ

ZS-CVA

In the collection 2 of the 8 aircrafts are represented.

ZS-CDU
Construction number 347, model Vickers Viscount V.813.
Delivered new to South African Airways in October 1958 named Bosbok.
In service until January 1972 when it was sold to British Midland Airways (G-AZLR).
Later leased by Cyprus Airways for 6 months in 1975 (G-AZLR).

ZS-CDU
South African Airways
Vickers Viscount V.813
Windhoek (WDH)
Namibia
VC
Protea Colour Prints Ltd.,
Cape Town, South Africa
ZS-CDU
South African Airways
Vickers Viscount V.813
Johannesburg (JNB)
South Africa
VC
Airline
issued

ZS-CDW
Construction number 349, model Vickers Viscount V.813.
Delivered new to South African Airways in December 1958 named Rooibok.
In service until January 1972 when it was sold to British Midland Airways (G-AZLT).

ZS-CDW
South African Airways
Vickers Viscount V.813
Johannesburg (JNB)
South Africa
VC
Airline
issued
Trans Canada Air Lines

Trans Canada Air Lines operated 52 different Vickers Viscount aircrafts between 1958 and 1975.
Registrations used were:

Vickers Viscount Type 700

CF-TGI, CF-TGJ, CF-TGK, CF-TGL, CF-TGM, CF-TGN, CF-TGO, CF-TGP, CF-TGQ, CF-TGR,
CF-TGS, CF-TGT, CF-TGU, CF-TGV, CF-TGW, CF-TGX, CF-TGY, CF-TGZ

CF-THA, CF-THB, CF-THC, CF-THD, CF-THE, CF-THF, CF-THG, CF-THH, CF-THI, CH-THJ
CF-THK, CF-THL, CF-THM, CF-THN, CF-THO, CF-THP, CF-THQ, CF-THR, CF-THS, CF-THT
CF-THU, CF-THV, CF-THW, CF-THX, CF-THY, CF-THZ

CF-TIA, CF-TIB, CF-TIC, CF-TID, CF-TIE, CF-TIF, CF-TIG

CF-GXK
(leased for 6 months from Canadian Department of Transport).

In the collection 4 of the 52 aircrafts are represented.

CF-TGW
Construction number 60, model Vickers Viscount V.724.
Delivered new to Trans Canada Air Lines in February 1956.
In service until June 1 1964.
Transferred to Air Canada due to a corporate name change.

CF-TGW
Trans Canada Air Lines
Vickers Viscount V.724
Calgary (YYC)
Canada
VC
Taylorchrome
United Air Lines

United Air Lines operated Vickers Viscount aircrafts between 1955 and 1961.
I will not list all registrations here, rather add them one by one as they appear in my collection.

Vickers Viscount Type 700

N7426, N7446

In the collection 2 aircrafts are represented.

N7426
Construction number 34, model Vickers Viscount V.745D.
Taken over from Captial Airlines at the merge in June 1961. In service until April 1966 when it was sold to BKS Air Transport. New registration became G-ATTA.

N7426
United Air Lines
Vickers Viscount V.745
Quad City Airport (MSP)
U.S.A.
VC
Quint Cities Photo Service, Davenport, Iowa (Dexter Press)

N7446
Construction number 202, model Vickers Viscount V.745D.
Taken over from Captial Airlines at the merge in June 1961. In service until January 1968 when it was sold to California Airmotive Inc. Registration remained the same.

N7446
United Air Lines
Vickers Viscount V.745
Buffalo Municipal Airport (CFE)
U.S.A.
VC
A & A Greeting Card Co., Tonawanda, N.Y.
( Colourpicture Publishers)