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Email Autor Correction ID #1432187 / 168 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 / 121 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 / 136 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 / 109 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)
Email Autor Correction ID #1430860 / 118 Views
-May-1982
JA8548 This DC-10-40-Domestic flew time of her life on Internal-Japanese flight routes and was retired finally at Mojave, California in 2003. (more of JA8548)
Email Autor Correction ID #1430797 / 287 Views
-May-1982
JA8137 operated for twenty years by ANA until this `Short Range´-B.747 was sold to Atlas Air and parted out for spares by them at Wichita, Kansas in 1999. (more of JA8137)
Email Autor Correction ID #1430049 / 1518 Views
-August-1985
D-ADUC leased from and operated by German Cargo for the summer seasons in 1985 and 1986. D-ADUC was acquired in 1984 from the US airline Arrow Air, which had converted her from 63CF - to 73CF-standard two years ago. After twelve years of operations for German Cargo and Lufthansa Cargo this particuar DC-8 was sold to Emery Worldwide as N605AL. (more of D-ADUC)
Email Autor Correction ID #1430041 / 1003 Views
-February-1985
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)
Email Autor Correction ID #1429273 / 170 Views
-May-1982
JA8417 was operated for about 28 years on the Japanese register first by All Nippon AW and then by Air Nippon. In 2000 this particular B.737 was sold to Canadian operator Westjet, but only for use as a cabin trainer at Calgary. Visible in the background is DC-8-53 F-GDPM of Minerve, ex-JA8009 of JAL, waiting for its delivery flight to France. (more of JA8417)
Email Autor Correction ID #1428454 / 179 Views
29-November-1979
PP-VJT parked for a night stop in the cargo area after a diversion into Dusseldorf due to bad weather conditions at Frankfurt. This particular B.707 crashed nearly two yeras later while landing in heavy rain at Manaus, Brazil on the 6th of November in 1981. (more of PP-VJT)
Email Autor Correction ID #1428452 / 606 Views
-April-1978
N28726 on her way for take off to Chicago on Easter in 1978. Only a few years later, in 1985, this B.707 was bought by Boeing and she was broken up at Waco, Texas. (more of N28726)
Email Autor Correction ID #1428451 / 389 Views
20-May-1980
N7104 on one of the once weekly operated TMA-Cargo flights Beirut-Dusseldorf. The green body painting had been taken over from the previous owner Braniff and was completed with a yellow tail unit painting by TMA. Later N7104 was bought by TMA and reregistered OD-AGZ. From 1985 until 1998 this B.707 was operated at least by Ethiopian Airlines Cargo as ET-AIV. (more of N7104)
Email Autor Correction ID #1427893 / 431 Views
-August-1976
N18709 in the tenth operational year with TWA on a charter flight during the summer holidays. This pax-B.707 saw also services as 4X-ATD with El AL and Arkia and was finally sold to the US Air Force for the KC-135A-reengine program in spring 1989 and broken up at Davis Monthan AFB-Arizona by August the same year. (more of N18709)
Email Autor Correction ID #1427892 / 716 Views
-May-1976
N881PA "Clipper Reindeer" at the age of eight in front of Terminal A, which was under construction at this time. In 1983/84 N881PA was leased by Global International and in 1985 the former ` clipper´ was transferred to the US Air Force for the reengine-program of their KC-135A´s and dismantled at Davis Monthan AFB-Arizona. (more of N881PA)
Email Autor Correction ID #1426981 / 614 Views
-February-1989
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)
Email Autor Correction ID #1426052 / 72 Views
-September-1989
ZE704 operating trooping flights for about 30 years for the Royal Air Force, as part of 216 Squadron at RAF Brize Norton. and seen here on a trooping flight with destination Canada. (more of ZE704)
Email Autor Correction ID #1425960 / 523 Views
-June-1981
N510PA "Clipper George T. Baker" airborne for the first time two months earlier, here on his way for take off runway 26 at Orly. N510PA was operated by Pan Am for approximately 5 years, then traded in for B.747-100´s from United Airlines. who in turn sold him to Delta Airlines in June 1988, registered as N760DH and flown until retirement at Victorville in 1999. (more of N510PA)
Email Autor Correction ID #1425953 / 182 Views
-April-1985
ZE704 delivered in November 1984 as part of 216 Squadron at RAF Brize Norton, ex N508PA "Clipper Bald Eagle" of Pan Am and pictured here in an unusual basic white c/s. (more of ZE704)
Email Autor Correction ID #1425540 / 242 Views
-August-1977
5X-UVJ One of a total of five Super VC-10´s, operated by this three-nation-airline from the mid 60´s until 1977. Sistership 5X-UVA was destroyed at Addis Ababa in 1972 and the other three were registered as 5H-MMT, 5H-MOG and 5Y-ADA. All four aircraft left were sold to the Royal Air Force and were converted to VC-10 K3-tankers. 5X-UVJ became ZA149 and she was retired after 47 years of civilian and military operations and stored at Bruntingthorpe, UK (more of 5X-UVJ)
Email Autor Correction ID #1424953 / 607 Views
-October-1977
ZS-SPA "Matroosberg" on a diversion flight due to bad wheather conditions at Frankfurt. In the 26 years of operations, collecting 74.000 hours, this ´SP´-Jumbo saw also services in the livery of Luxair, Air Mauritius and Alliance Air. In spring 2002 ZS-SPA was withdrawn from service and dismantled at Johannesburg. (more of ZS-SPA)
Email Autor Correction ID #1424705 / 103 Views
-February-1988
EC-EDM was the first Boeing 737 series 300 on the Spanish register, delivered on June, 5th 1987 and she is seen here on her first visit to Lohausen in basic Sunworld Airways colours. A few weeks later EC-EDM was repainted in new Universair colours. After 30 in the air, last operator was Southwest AL, she was withdrawn from service in February 2016. (more of EC-EDM)
Email Autor Correction ID #1424679 / 296 Views
20-February-1980
SE-DDT "Amund Viking" was delivered on March, 7th 1979 as the final of a total of 49 DC-9-41s deliverd new to SAS, and the 4th and last in natural metal colours. SE-DDT was withdrawn from service in January 2002 and she was scrapped at Roswell, New Mexico in 2003. The forward fuselage first was installed in a mall in Sunrise, Florida and after the closure in 2012 she moved again to a place somewhere in Texas. (more of SE-DDT)
Email Autor Correction ID #1423819 / 566 Views
14-October-1978
PH-BUC "Amazon" on an unscheduled visit together with another B.747-200 and a DC-8-63 of KLM due to bad wheather conditions at Schihol. Other operator of this first generation B.747 was Amerca West, aircraft registered as N533AW, withdrawn from service in 1992 and finally scrapped at San Antonio in 1994. (more of PH-BUC)
Email Autor Correction ID #1423818 / 309 Views
-August-1978
PH-DEE "Abel Tasman", named after the Dutch discoverer and seaman Abel Janszoon Tasman, also name giver of the Australian island Tasmania, on a brief visit at Lohausen, flying for Tunis Air. PH-DEE joined the UPS-fleet in 1986, converted to a DC-8-73 freighter, equipped with 4 CFM56 engines and registered as N819UP. (more of PH-DEE)
Email Autor Correction ID #1423295 / 181 Views
-October-1989
XR806 on one of the numerous trooping flights, carrying British personal and soldiers of the ´Rhine Army` to manoeuvres in Canada. This VC10 was written off after a ground accident that ended up with the aircraft sitting on it's tail after an unsuccessfully defuelling and it was later scrapped at Brize Norton during 1999. (more of XR806)