British Caledonian plane to fly once more

Many of us will remember flying on a British Caledonian plane from Gatwick in the 70s and 80s.

But, almost 30 years ago, British Caledonian was taken over by British Airways and within months it's livery disappeared from our skies.

Now, there will be another British Caledonian plane flying again and the Caledonian 'girls' were there to see it's launch.

Abigail Bracken went to Biggin Hill to watch.

Abigail spoke to Julie's husband Robin Washington, former Caledonian 'girls' Barbara Frame and Shirley Bulmer and Lynda Guy from the Golden Lion Children's Trust.