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2-January-2006
VP-CZY Taxiing out towards Rwy 05 after a brief stop on this busy day at GVA. (more of VP-CZY)
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13-March-1981
N7050U First flight of this ex-United Airlines B.727-100 was on November 12th, 1965 and she is seen here at Sky Harbour airport still wearing Allegheny Airlines colors . (more of N7050U)
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12-March-1981
N727RW The "Spirit of Mexiko" in a modified Hughes Airwest colourscheme with a bare metal vertical stabilizer after the merge with Republic in January 1981, Republic also was a merge of Southern Airways and North Central Airlines on July, 1st 1979. (more of N727RW)
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15-March-1981
N408BN "The Flying Colors Of The United States" at McCarran. Back in 1975 Braniff engaged the american artist Alexander Calder to paint a B727 in commemoration of the 200th anniversary of the United States. In the early up to the mid 70īs Calder painted also another Braniff plane, a DC-8-62 known as the "Calder's Flying Colors". From 1988 until 1990 this B.727 operated also in Europe as TC-AJY for Torosair, unfortunately in a little colorful white painting. (more of N408BN)