"Map of Air Routes and Landing Places in Great Britain, as temporarily arranged by the Air Ministry for civilian flying", published in 1919, showing Castle Bromwich as a "military and civil station".
The M8 south of Broxburn, West Lothian
Kingston Bridge
The airline's first aircraft G-AMSU, a Douglas C-47B Dakota 4 at Blackbushe Airport in 1955 wearing the initial Dan-Air Services titles.
M8 nearing the west terminus of the motorway at Langbank, with views over the Clyde
A Dan-Air BAC One-Eleven coming in to land at Zürich Airport in May 1985.
Sign at junction 2
The interior of Dan-Air Comet 4C G-BDIX on display at the National Museum of Flight, East Fortune, Scotland.
This stub in the Tradeston area, popularly known as the "ski-ramp", is the abandoned interchange for the southern flank of the Glasgow Inner Ring Road
A Dan-Air Airbus A300 taxiing towards its stand at London Gatwick in March 1990.
Dan-Air operated this ex-Pan Am Boeing 707-321, registration G-AZTG (ex-N722PA), out of Berlin Tegel Airport during winter 1974–75. It is seen here at Tegel Airport in September 1978, shortly after its return from a lease to Air Malta (note the hybrid colour scheme).
Dan-Air operated this Nord 262 on its scheduled UK internal Link City routes during 1970–72. The aircraft is seen here at Manchester Airport in March 1971.
Dan-Air Avro York freighter at Manchester Airport in 1960, one of several examples operated between July 1954 and April 1964.
Dan-Air Bristol Freighter 31 operating a cargo flight at Manchester Airport in 1964.
Dan Air Avro York at the Imperial War Museum Duxford.
Dan-Air Airspeed AS 57 Ambassador at Bristol Airport in 1965.
Dan-Air Douglas DC-7BF cargo aircraft in 1969
Dan-Air Hawker Siddeley HS 748 at Cardiff Airport in 1980.
Dan-Air de Havilland Comets and BAC One-Elevens at Gatwick Airport in 1976.
de Havilland Comet next to a Boeing 707 at Manchester Airport in 1976.
A Dan-Air Boeing 727-100 in 1974

The site is now occupied by a Tesco supermarket and the M8 motorway; this straight and level section of motorway occupies the site of the runway.

- Renfrew Airport

Other airlines offering international flights were Dan-Air, Sabena and LOT.

- Renfrew Airport

Continuing west, it bypasses Renfrew and Paisley (carrying traffic directly over what was the main runway at Renfrew Airport, closed in 1966) before serving Glasgow International Airport, running to the south of Erskine, and terminating at Langbank, around 10 mi east of Greenock.

- M8 motorway (Scotland)

In 1959, British European Airways (BEA) awarded Dan-Air a two-year contract to operate its six-times weekly scheduled freight service between Heathrow, Manchester and Glasgow's old Renfrew Airport using Avro York freighters.

- Dan-Air
"Map of Air Routes and Landing Places in Great Britain, as temporarily arranged by the Air Ministry for civilian flying", published in 1919, showing Castle Bromwich as a "military and civil station".

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