The Brian Day Gallery
The following photos were kindly submitted by Brian, and I am pleased to be able to show them here.
G Boeing 707-320C G-AWWD being readied for the loading of 270,000 day-old chick, a gift from the UK
Government to the people of Chile. Special modifications had to be made to install fans throughout the aircraft so as to
dissipate the heat generated by the chicks. We later learned that on arrival in Chile all the chicks were injected with a
contaminated vaccine and almost all of them perished. Standing under the wing with his back to camera, next to the
man in a white coat, is the late Denis Goodyear, who master-minded the whole operation.
H Mid Atlantic Cargo Sales Conference, Caracas 1981
Left to Right
Carlos Lopez (Manager Lima, Peru), David Richardson (International Relations), Andy Coupland, Brian Day,
Tony George (Manager, Venezuela), David Brooksbank (GM Cargo), Pauline Jones (Sec to GM),
Carlos Cevera- Manager Columbia, Bernie Mohammed (possibly), Carlos Navarro BOG,
Alphonso Espinoza LIM and Marshal Tilley.
I Aviation Traders ATL98 “Carvair” G-ASHZ taking-off from Southend on a car ferry service to Geneva,
9th November 1964
Many thanks to Neil Warringer, Alan Painter and Chris Jensen for their help in identifying some of the missing names
A The BCal stand at the British Industrial Fair in Sao Paulo in 1974. The British Ambassador cuts the tape !
Jim Phillips (Manager, Brazil) extreme left, Sally Barton (Passengers Sales) on Ambassador’s right.
B The BCal stand at the British Industrial Fair in Sao Paulo in 1974
Jim Phillips (Manager Brazil) with his back to camera, talking to the British Ambassador.
C British Industrial Fair in Sao Paulo in 1974. BCal Pipers en-route to out stand for the opening ceremony.
D The BCal stand at the British Industrial Fair in Sao Paulo in 1974
E HRH The Duke of Kent visiting the BCal stand at the British Industrial Fair in Caracas in 1977. He is shaking hands
with Ray Jackson, then me Brian Day, then Jeanne Williams, then Elspeth Barder, then ?
F The BCal stand at the British Industrial Fair in Caracas in 1977.
Left to right:- Tim Bellers, the late Denis Long, Brian Day, Elspeth Barber, ?, Jeanne Williams, Ray Jackson,
CLAT Supervisor ? and Roy Mills.