The Short Belfast is a heavy lift turboprop freighter built by Short Brothers at Belfast. Only 10 were built for the British Royal Air Force with the designation Short Belfast C1. When they were retired by the RAF 5 went into civilian service with the cargo airline HeavyLift Cargo Airlines. Three aircraft remain in existence, one of which is on display at the RAF Museum Cosford.
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Manufacture Range: 1964 - 1968
Platform Type: Fixed Wing, Transport
Initial Maker: Short Brothers
Current Final Maker: Short Brothers