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D-ABYM Delivered to Lufthansa in 1978 and withdrawn from service in 2001 in the wake of 9-11. Preserved at the Technikmuseum Speyer and mounted on poles in March 2002. (more of D-ABYM)
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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)
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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. (more of D-ABYW)
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EP-IAI really happy to catch (one of) the last B742 in pax service; also first picture of this old lady in database (more of EP-IAI)
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D-ABYM Original seats inside this classic beauty! (more of D-ABYM)
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D-ABYM The claddings of the walls were removed, so the visitors can see the interiority of the cabin better. The seats are still the original ones. (more of D-ABYM)