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Email Autor Korrektur ID #1578090 / 349 Aufrufe
-January-1977
G-ASDC "Plain Jane", leaves the cargo ramp for another flight to Southend. G-ASDC was one of 21 C-54s/DC-4's, that were converted by Aviation Traders Ltd from 1961. The name "Carvair" was derived from the abbreviation "Car via Air". The capacity: Up to 5 cars and 22 passengers. On June 28th, 1997 , an engine fire forced "Plain Jane" to land on a sandbar near Venetie, Alaska, operated by Great Arctic AW (mehr von G-ASDC)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1577952 / 318 Aufrufe
-January-1977
D-ABYF `Fritz`on taxiway W heading for runway 06, today 05R, and for take-off to the canary islands. Clearly visible are the extended Krueger-flaps of the portside wing leading edge. From June 1979, registered as HL7447 and owned by Korean AL, this a/c first operated on lease to Saudia in full colours until October1980. From 1992 until 1996 this first generation 747 was flown by Nationair of Canada, registered as C-FNXA. After its flying career, the plane was scrapped at the small airport of Shelton in Mason County/Washington. (mehr von D-ABYF)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1577541 / 357 Aufrufe
-September-1987
D-AIBB Originally delivered to Lufthansa in March 1978 , christened "Freudenstadt/Schwarzwald". From spring 1983 until April 1985 D-AIBB was leased to Air Algerie and again for the 1987 summer season to Condor. From January 1988 onwards the aircraft was in service with Air Inter, registered as F-BUAQ and at least for another two years with Onur Air and Anatolia as TC-ONV. The plane finally was scrapped at Daytona Beach in 2000. (mehr von D-AIBB)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1577536 / 658 Aufrufe
-June-1978
D-ABUG In the summer season 1978 Condor operated a weekly flown service JFK-DUS on Sundays. D-ABUG was flown by Lufthansa and Condor for around fifteen years until her sale to Air Zimbabwe, first registered as VP-WKT, in 1981. Since 1988 Z-WKT is withdrawn from use and stored at Harare. (mehr von D-ABUG)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1560061 / 143 Aufrufe
-August-1989
G-BAEF Was the first Boeing 727 on the British Register in 1972. Due to the high dense seating, the fuselage of the five Dan-Air London Boeing B.727-46 (ex Japan Air Lines) were modified with an additional passenger door on each side, clearly visible in front of the engines. Last operator of this Boeing 727 was Aerorepublica of Colombia, registered as HK-3480X, and a/c was withdrawn from use in 2001. (mehr von G-BAEF)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1559907 / 78 Aufrufe
-August-1989
G-BMNC Previously registered as D-AMAX and operated by Germanair, Bavaria Germanair and Hapag Lloyd, was in service with Dan-Air London, one of Britain`s largest independent airlines, only for two years. Other operators thereafter were Air Inter and Holiday Airlines, with registration F-GIJU, Translift/Trans Aer and Sobelair, as EI-TLB. (mehr von G-BMNC)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1558196 / 132 Aufrufe
-June-1978
D-AMAY Ludwig 1 in the colours of Bavaria Germanair, an airline based at Munich-Riem Airport. Bavaria Germanair emerged from the merger of the companies Bavaria Fluggesellschaft and Germanair in January 1977 and was ultimately adopted by Hapag-Lloyd in January 1979. (mehr von D-AMAY)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1558194 / 81 Aufrufe
-January-1986
D-AHLT In 1979/80 Hapag Lloyd took delivery of three brand-new Boeing 727-200, registered D-AHLT/U/V, whereby only the first two were in service with Hapag Lloyd for around ten years. Other operators of D-AHLT were later Ethiopian AL, SAM Colombia, Venus AL, Lineas Aereas Canarias, Safair, Falcon Air Express and finally Allegro Airlines.. (mehr von D-AHLT)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1557682 / 211 Aufrufe
-September-1979
D-AMAX named �Maximilian`, an early buildt A300, c/n 12, in the basic colours of the first owner Germanair. From 1988 onwards this A300 was in service with Dan-Air London as G-BMNC, later with Air Inter and Holiday Airlines as F-GIJU, and finally with Translift AW / Sobelair as EI-TLB. (mehr von D-AMAX)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1557548 / 566 Aufrufe
-January-1984
D-AHLN Hapag Lloyd bought this Boeing 727 series -81, like sisterships D-AHLL and D-AHLM, from ANA All Nippon Airways in 1972. In 1986 D-AHLN was sold to SAT Fluggesellschaft, later renamed Germania. After her career as pax a/c she was converted into a freighter in 1988 and spent her lifetime with CF Airfreight and Express One until retirement in 1995. (mehr von D-AHLN)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1432187 / 189 Aufrufe
-May-1982
N741PA "Clipper Sparking Wave" one moment before touchdown at Osaka-Itami. After 20 years of operational service for Pan Am, N747PA was converted to B.747SF standard and reregistered as N831FT, flying for Polar Air Cargo. (mehr von N741PA)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1431791 / 125 Aufrufe
-September-1988
A7-AAB Delivered new to Qatar Amiri Flight in 1979 and operated until 1996. Today this B.727 is registered as VP-CZY. (mehr von A7-AAB)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1431557 / 143 Aufrufe
-May-1982
JA8506 Take-off run for an other domestic flight on a cloudy and thunderstormy day at Itami. JA8506 left the ANA-fleet in spring 1985 bound for Hawaiian Airlines, registered as N762BE. (mehr von JA8506)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1431538 / 118 Aufrufe
-May-1982
JA8039 "Tukuba" makes a smokey touchdown at Itami after an other flight from Taiwan. In the early 80s JAA operated a small fleet of DC-8-50/61 and DC-10-40. JA8039 was leased in 1986/87 to CTA-Canafrica Transportes Aereos, registered as EC-DZA and finally this DC-8 was converted to a freighter and flown by Airborne Express as N848AX until retirement in 2007. (mehr von JA8039)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1430860 / 126 Aufrufe
-May-1982
JA8548 This DC-10-40-Domestic flew time of her life on Internal-Japanese flight routes and was retired finally at Mojave, California in 2003. (mehr von JA8548)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1430797 / 300 Aufrufe
-May-1982
JA8137 operated for twenty years by ANA until this `Short Range´-B.747 was sold to Atlas Air and parted out for spares by them at Wichita, Kansas in 1999. (mehr von JA8137)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1430049 / 1554 Aufrufe
-August-1985
D-ADUC leased from and operated by German Cargo for the summer seasons in 1985 and 1986. D-ADUC was acquired in 1984 from the US airline Arrow Air, which had converted her from 63CF - to 73CF-standard two years ago. After twelve years of operations for German Cargo and Lufthansa Cargo this particuar DC-8 was sold to Emery Worldwide as N605AL. (mehr von D-ADUC)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1430041 / 1036 Aufrufe
-February-1985
D-ABKG "Kassel" on her way for take off runway 06, today 05R, on a sunny winter day. In 1990 D-ABKG left the Lufthansa fleet and she was sold to an American leasing company, which converted her into a freighter. In 1994 she returned to Europe as TC-AFV, flown by Istanbul Airlines and from 1997 onwards she was operated in DHL-colours as N626DH, OO-DHY and at least as HZ-SNC. (mehr von D-ABKG)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1429273 / 174 Aufrufe
-May-1982
JA8417 was operated for about 28 years on the Japanese register first by All Nippon AW and then by Air Nippon. In 2000 this particular B.737 was sold to Canadian operator Westjet, but only for use as a cabin trainer at Calgary. Visible in the background is DC-8-53 F-GDPM of Minerve, ex-JA8009 of JAL, waiting for its delivery flight to France. (mehr von JA8417)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1428454 / 187 Aufrufe
29-November-1979
PP-VJT parked for a night stop in the cargo area after a diversion into Dusseldorf due to bad weather conditions at Frankfurt. This particular B.707 crashed nearly two yeras later while landing in heavy rain at Manaus, Brazil on the 6th of November in 1981. (mehr von PP-VJT)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1428452 / 632 Aufrufe
-April-1978
N28726 on her way for take off to Chicago on Easter in 1978. Only a few years later, in 1985, this B.707 was bought by Boeing and she was broken up at Waco, Texas. (mehr von N28726)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1428451 / 398 Aufrufe
20-May-1980
N7104 on one of the once weekly operated TMA-Cargo flights Beirut-Dusseldorf. The green body painting had been taken over from the previous owner Braniff and was completed with a yellow tail unit painting by TMA. Later N7104 was bought by TMA and reregistered OD-AGZ. From 1985 until 1998 this B.707 was operated at least by Ethiopian Airlines Cargo as ET-AIV. (mehr von N7104)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1427893 / 447 Aufrufe
-August-1976
N18709 in the tenth operational year with TWA on a charter flight during the summer holidays. This pax-B.707 saw also services as 4X-ATD with El AL and Arkia and was finally sold to the US Air Force for the KC-135A-reengine program in spring 1989 and broken up at Davis Monthan AFB-Arizona by August the same year. (mehr von N18709)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1427892 / 741 Aufrufe
-May-1976
N881PA "Clipper Reindeer" at the age of eight in front of Terminal A, which was under construction at this time. In 1983/84 N881PA was leased by Global International and in 1985 the former ` clipper´ was transferred to the US Air Force for the reengine-program of their KC-135A´s and dismantled at Davis Monthan AFB-Arizona. (mehr von N881PA)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1426981 / 632 Aufrufe
-February-1989
D-ABYW "Berlin" on his way for take off to Tokio via Anchorage on a sunny winter day. In 1990 D-ABYW was converted into a freighter for operations in German Cargo livery and he returned to Lufthansa again in 1993, flying for Lufthansa Cargo until retirement in 1999. Other operators were Southern Air as N742SA, Tradewinds Airlines as N531TA and at least Atlanta Icelandic as TF-ARH. 34 years after his first flight, former D-ABYW is rotting away at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. (mehr von D-ABYW)