The day before their 1965 UK tour began in Glasgow, The Beatles and their equipment were driven to Berwick-upon-Tweed on England's border with Scotland. Read more »
With their 1965 tour of North America complete, The Beatles flew back to London on the evening of 1 September. They landed at London Airport (later renamed Heathrow) the following morning. Read more »
The Beatles left England at midday to fly to America to begin their second tour of the United States. Read more »
The Beatles flew back to England from Barcelona in Spain on this morning, following their nine-date 1965 European Tour. Read more »
The day after their final show in the Italian capital Rome, The Beatles flew to Nice in France, ahead of their concert at the Palais des Expositions. Their flight departed at 11.35am.
The Beatles stayed in Lyon, France after their two shows on 22 June 1965. On the evening of the 23rd they took the train to Milan, ahead of their first Italian shows on the following day.
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. Read more »
On this day The Beatles flew from London Airport to San Francisco International, to begin their 25-date first American Tour. Read more »
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 707 flight to Sydney, the first leg of their long journey back to England. Read more »
Having given their final performance in New Zealand the night before, The Beatles flew from Christchurch to Auckland, New Zealand. Read more »
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. Read more »