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Email Autor Correction ID #1636105 / 219 Views
SX-CBG Mount Menalon, the former Wiesbaden, which was in service with Lufthansa as D-ABKJ until February 1990, seen here a few month later still with Lufthansa cheatline. Clearly visible also the place, where the Wiesbaden city coat of arms and townname was painted (more of SX-CBG)
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D-ABLI The Ludwigshafen, seen here with promotion sticker for the UEFA 1988 European Football Championship in Germany, after push back from its Terminal A gate position in front of hangar 5. In January 1990 D-ABLI was sold to a leasing company, new operator was Pan American World Airways, registered as N358PA , named Clipper Antelope (more of D-ABLI)
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ZS-NZV one of the last regular B727 operators @ DUS was indeed Olympic Airways sending the oldie usually on Tuesdays lunch time flight (more of ZS-NZV)
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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)
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SX-CBG c/n 20918 l/n 1093. Built in 1974 and delivered to Lufthansa as D-ABKJ. "Mount Menalon" (more of SX-CBG)
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D-ABHI One of THE classic airliners. Kodachrome-25-slidescan. (more of D-ABHI)
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TC-AFP Speeding up Runway 18, Paperprintscan. (more of TC-AFP)
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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. (more of D-ABKG)