The Beatles flew back to England from Austria on this day, following their seven-day shoot for Help! in Obertauern.
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Two days after arriving back in the UK from the Bahamas, The Beatles boarded the 11am flight from London Airport to Salzburg, Austria to continue filming Help!
Following a fortnight of filming on New Providence Island, Bahamas, The Beatles began their long journey back to London, flying from Nassau International Airport.
The Beatles left London Airport on a chartered flight to the Bahamas to begin filming their second feature film Help!
John and Cynthia return to England from Switzerland on this day, after a two-week holiday in St Moritz in the Swiss Alps.
Paul McCartney and Jane Asher arrived in the seaside town of Hammamet in Tunisia for a 10-day holiday on this day.
On this day John Lennon and his wife Cynthia began a 14-day holiday in the St Moritz ski resort in the Swiss Alps.
George Harrison and Pattie Boyd returned to England from their holiday in Nassau in the Bahamas on this day. They had arrived on 9 December 1964.
George Harrison and Pattie Boyd flew to Nassau in the Bahamas on this day, to enjoy a holiday in the sun ahead of rehearsals for Another Beatles Christmas Show at the Hammersmith Odeon, London.
The Beatles' first US tour had ended the night before, with a concert in New York City. On this day the group and their entourage flew back to London Airport (now Heathrow), arriving at 9.35pm.
On this day The Beatles flew from London Airport to San Francisco International, to begin their 25-date first American Tour.
Following their two nights of concerts at the Johanneshovs Isstadion in Stockholm, Sweden, The Beatles flew to London Airport from Stockholm-Arlanda Airport. They arrived back in England at 3.45pm.
The Beatles were taken by Rolls-Royce to Brisbane Airport early in the morning. From there they caught a Qantas-V flight to Sydney, the first leg of their long journey back to England.
Having given their final performance in New Zealand the night before, The Beatles flew from Christchurch to Auckland, Australia.
Although they returned to Australia for final concerts in Brisbane on 29 and 30 June 1964, on this day The Beatles flew from Sydney Airport to Auckland, New Zealand.
After almost two weeks apart from the group due to his tonsillitis and pharyngitis, Ringo Starr finally rejoined The Beatles in Melbourne, Australia.
The Beatles flew from Hong Kong to Sydney, stopping en route in Darwin to allow their aeroplane to refuel. Although it was an unscheduled stop, 400 fans were waiting as they landed in Darwin at 2.35am.
On the morning of 7 June 1964 The Beatles flew from Amsterdam to Hong Kong, a journey which took in refueling stops in several countries and lasted more than 24 hours.
The day after John Lennon and George Harrison returned from their holiday in Tahiti, Paul McCartney, Jane Asher, Ringo Starr and Maureen Cox flew back to London from St Thomas, one of the Virgin Islands.
Three weeks after beginning their holiday in Tahiti, John and Cynthia Lennon, George Harrison and Pattie Boyd flew back to London Airport.