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Email Autor Correction ID #1580947 / 67 Views
-September-1988
N4750 "Clipper Rapid" on the way to the parking position at Terminal B after landing from Berlin-Tegel. N4750 came to Pan Am through the takeover of National Airlines in January 1980. The Boeing National 727-235�s were characterized by a greater range than the standard -200 version. (more of N4750)
Email Autor Correction ID #1580238 / 284 Views
-November-1986
C-GCPD "Empress of British Colombia" in the colorful paintscheme, which disappeared in 1987, when Pacific Western acquired CP Air and changed its brand into Canadian Int�l AL. C-GCPD ended her career as a freighter, operated by DAS Air Cargo as 5X-DAS (more of C-GCPD)
Email Autor Correction ID #1580227 / 197 Views
-November-1986
N4935C "Stanvaste" basking in the sun instead at Paramaribo in the unusually cool air at Lohausen after a diversion from Amsterdam-Schiphol. Former EC-BMY of Iberia and Aviaco was bought by Surinam AW in 1985 and they operated this `Super Sixty�until November 1992 (more of N4935C)
Email Autor Correction ID #1580127 / 315 Views
-November-1986
N4935C Airport Overview with diversions from Schiphol on a sunny sunday in autumn. From left ro right: C-FCRE "Empress of Canada", PH-AGA "Rembrandt", C-GCPD "Empress of British Colombia", N4935C "Stanvaste" and PH-BUA "Mississippi" (more of N4935C)
Email Autor Correction ID #1580126 / 186 Views
-November-1986
C-FCRE Delivered 12/85 to Canadian Pacific as intrade for Pakistan Int�l AL Boeing 747. Ex AP-BBL of PIA and I-DYND of Alitalia (more of C-FCRE)
Email Autor Correction ID #1579978 / 233 Views
-August-1985
C-FTOC In summer 1985, in addition to the regular 8 scheduled flights with Tristars and B.747-Combi, Air Canada operated a charter course to Toronto once a week on Thursdays. C-FTOC spent all his active time, 25 years, with Air Canada and was sold to Evergreen for spares in 1996 and finally scrapped at Opa Locka, Florida in 1999 (more of C-FTOC)
Email Autor Correction ID #1579913 / 323 Views
29-May-1980
D-ABKK delivered together with sistership D-ABKL in 1975 as tke last two B.727-200/Advanced to Condor. Other owners of D-ABKK thereafter: TC-AFD Nobel Air, TC-TCA TUR and finally ZS-NOU Safair (more of D-ABKK)
Email Autor Correction ID #1579046 / 598 Views
-April-1987
D-AMUT Lufttransport Sud was founded in 1983 in Munich. Flight operations began in May 1984 with the Boeing B757-200 sistership D-AMUR , which was the first to be registered in Germany. In November 1987 the name of the airline was rebranded into LTU-S�d International Airways. (more of D-AMUT)
Email Autor Correction ID #1578952 / 169 Views
-February-1988
D-AMUW Basking in the winter sun three months after delivery in November 1987. Built as 757-2G5, she was cnverted after service with Ryan Intl AW as N929RD and temporary storage at Victorville to 757-2G5(SF) freighter and delivered in March 2011 to FedEx as N943FD (more of D-AMUW)
Email Autor Correction ID #1578831 / 998 Views
-September-1986
D-AERN The only Tristar -200 in the LTU fleet, converted from the -1 series in April 1986 with the more powerful Rolls Royce RB211-524B4 engines, which also powered the Tristar 500. After fifteen operational years for LTU, D-AERN was sold to Millon Air in July 1996, converted to a freighter and registered as N851MA. (more of D-AERN)
Email Autor Correction ID #1578802 / 601 Views
-October-1977
CS-TJB Started her life with TAP 5/72 and seen here on a charter flight for the annual autumn shoe fair at DUS. From 10/84 until 10/92 she served for TWA as N302TW and then sold to Tower Air as N611FF 4/93. Finally stored and broken up at Victorville in 2005 (more of CS-TJB)
Email Autor Correction ID #1578090 / 652 Views
-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 (more of G-ASDC)
Email Autor Correction ID #1577952 / 389 Views
-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. (more of D-ABYF)
Email Autor Correction ID #1577541 / 389 Views
-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. (more of D-AIBB)
Email Autor Correction ID #1577536 / 696 Views
-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. (more of D-ABUG)
Email Autor Correction ID #1560061 / 161 Views
-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. (more of G-BAEF)
Email Autor Correction ID #1559907 / 86 Views
-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. (more of G-BMNC)
Email Autor Correction ID #1558196 / 151 Views
-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. (more of D-AMAY)
Email Autor Correction ID #1558194 / 102 Views
-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.. (more of D-AHLT)
Email Autor Correction ID #1557682 / 225 Views
-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. (more of D-AMAX)
Email Autor Correction ID #1557548 / 592 Views
-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. (more of D-AHLN)
Email Autor Correction ID #1432187 / 201 Views
-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. (more of N741PA)
Email Autor Correction ID #1431791 / 134 Views
-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. (more of A7-AAB)
Email Autor Correction ID #1431557 / 151 Views
-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. (more of JA8506)
Email Autor Correction ID #1431538 / 128 Views
-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. (more of JA8039)