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Email Autor Correction ID #1379466 / 2795 Views
D-AERE In 1977 LTU bought three Tristars series 1 from Pacific Southwest Airlines. D-AERE was the first one, followed by D-AERI and D-AERU. All three aircraft retained the PSA lower deck passenger accomodation / bar inclusive a foldable passenger stair. The FAA required modifications you can see behind the nosewheel doors. Photo was taken during "photo and film safari" in summer 1978. (more of D-AERE)
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D-AERE I took this picture on my very first flight ever to our holidays in Palma. this plane was the trigger for my aviation enthusiasm. Perhaps it is the first plane picture I took at all. So sad that this beauty is no longer existing... Scan from paper print (more of D-AERE)
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D-AERE Back in the good old days - during a delay of 3hrs pax were free to leave the aircraft, walk around and, fi. take snapshots.. ;-) (more of D-AERE)
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D-AERE Congratulations to LTU for flying half a century ! (more of D-AERE)
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D-AERE Delivered 5/11/77 to LTU; leased to ATA but still flew the German Reg.; withdrawn from service in 1997 (more of D-AERE)
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D-AERE / 22 years ago.. boarding my first ever flight.. on a LTU TriStar to Faro. Clearly no Train station with obs deck in sight :) (more of D-AERE)