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21-October-2019
JA8731 On display at Gifu-Kakamigahara Air and Space Museum. The YS-11 was Japans first passenger aircraft developed and produced after the war. The prototype first flew on 30 August 1962. Deliveries commenced in 1965 to a large number of civil operators as well as the JASDF and JMSDF. A total of 182 YS-11 were built before loss-making NAMC ceased production. The wings and engine nacelles of this YS-11 were produced in Kakamigahara. (more of JA8731)
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23-December-2002
JA8768 It can not be helped that there is unreasonable in image quality. It is a valuable photo. (more of JA8768)
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28-May-1990
P4-YSD c/n 2007 de-registered 09 July 1993 (more of P4-YSD)
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11-February-2012
RP-C2252 Currently the only active YS-11 in the Philippines. (more of RP-C2252)
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14-February-2009
RP-C3339 This was the Philippines's last active pax YS11, now stored. (more of RP-C3339)
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14-February-2009
RP-C2252 The Philippines' last flying YS11. (more of RP-C2252)
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24-September-2008
PP-CTI Ex: Cruzeiro. The YS-11 approached Navegantes in poor visibility (500m visibility, dense fog over the runway) and touched down 460m past the threshold. Control was lost and the aircraft ran off the right side of the runway, colliding with light beacons. The nose and left main gear collapsed. (more of PP-CTI)