A Bristol Freighter 170 was rescued from New Zealand and brought to Bristol
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Successful final journey for Freighter is by road

Only 11 complete Freighter 170's, made in Bristol, still exist in the world.

They were used to transport passengers and cars after World War Two, then adopted by some international air forces.

This aircraft was rescued from an abandoned New Zealand airfield and shipped, then transported by road, to Aerospace Bristol, at Filton, today.

  • 04 Jan 2018