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Email Autor Correction ID #752438 / 1333 Views
FAP-01 Formerly Lineas Aereas Paraguayas (LAP) ZP-CCF, this beauty was the Presidence Aircraft during Juan Carlos Wasmosy's goverment (90's). Also, the Paraguayan Soccer Team flew in the FAP-01 for official matches in South America. Currently, parked at 'Grupo AerotŠctico de la Fuerza Area Paraguaya', waiting to be sold to a brazilian company in the next few months. (more of FAP-01)
Email Autor Correction ID #695104 / 522 Views
N8079U c/n 45947/341. This aircraft crashed shortly after take-off at Sacramento-McClellan 16.02.2000 while operating for Emery. The three crew were killed. (more of N8079U)
Email Autor Correction ID #695103 / 428 Views
ZP-CDO By the time this photo was takes the aircraft had already been wfu for 19 years. (more of ZP-CDO)
Email Autor Correction ID #694676 / 1352 Views
FAP-91 Interesting array of aircraft on the Fuerza Aerea Paraguaya ramp: On the left DC6s T-89, T-91 and 4001 can be seen, along with C131D 2001. In the center PBY-5A 2002 is parked with DC3s 2028, 2030 and 2032. The four C-212s are 2027, 2029, 2031 and 2033, while the DHC6 was identified as FAP-01. (more of FAP-91)
Email Autor Correction ID #694675 / 626 Views
ZP-CBZ Overview of the LAP maintenance area at ASU, taken from the departing B707-321B ZP-CCF: The airworthy L188 is ZP-CPZ which later crashed in Zaire as 9Q-CRR with 141 pax on board. To the right, L188s ZP-CBX / Y can be seen wfu, while B707-321B ZP-CCG can is parked partly inside the hangar. In the background L-049 N86533 can be seen surrounded by trees. This aircraft was in very bad condition at the time this photo was taken, but has since found its way to the Brazilian Wings of a Dream Museum in San Carlos / Brazil where it is the star of the exhibition. (more of ZP-CBZ)
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FAP-2002 c/n 1737. This aircraft later went to the Museo Aeronaval de la Armada Argentina at Bahia Blanca, Argentina. (more of FAP-2002)