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Email Autor Correction ID #1654386 / 447 Views
23-September-2021
ZD950 These ex RAF Tristars all arrived by air in about 2014 and have been stored since. There was a possibility some years ago of them going to the USA for an American contract but I believe that contract fell through and the aircraft remain here stored and deteriorating (more of ZD950)
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23-September-2021
ZD950 Three of six ex RAF Tristars all arrived by air in about 2014 and have been stored since. There was a possibility some years ago of them going to the USA for an American contract but I believe that contract fell through and the aircraft remain here stored and deteriorating (more of ZD950)
Email Autor Correction ID #1638771 / 231 Views
-November-2011
N162AT two ex American Trans Air L1011 in storage at Ras Al Kaimah... In total 5 L1011 and six DC8 seen that day (more of N162AT)
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DUS/EDDL - Duesseldorf [Rhein-Ruhr/Lohausen], Germany
-September-1989
Hajo Warnken
United Kingdom - Air Force  Lockheed L-1011-500 TriStar KC.1
ZD953 ThisTriStar KC1, ex-G-BFCF of British AW, was the initial converted L-1011-500 by Marshall Aerospace in Cambridge and delivered to the Royal Air Force on 24 March 1986, becoming No. 216 Squadron's first TriStar. Shown here with the refueling device, which was offset to the right above the cockpit and made it possible to refuel from tanker to tanker. This device was later removed (more of ZD953)
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DUS/EDDL - Duesseldorf [Rhein-Ruhr/Lohausen], Germany
12-June-1992
Konstantin von Wedelstaedt
LTU International Airways  Lockheed L-1011-500 TriStar
D-AERT The Evergreen 747 was provided by McDonnell Douglas to LTU for late delivery of the MD-11. (more of D-AERT)
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