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Email Autor Korrektur ID #1244339 / 77 Aufrufe
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1243726 / 86 Aufrufe
-January-1993
N1280E The Guachichil language is now extinct and very little is known about it. It may have been an Uto-Aztecan language closely related to the Huichol language (mehr von N1280E)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1243339 / 83 Aufrufe
10-February-1994
XA-RYQ A320-231 "Teotitlan" was the only A320 painted in this red colour scheme (mehr von XA-RYQ)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1242891 / 69 Aufrufe
-April-1993
XA-RJW A320-231 XA-RJW “Huajicori” and B727-264 XA-HOH “Cora" were painted with the Huichol design but in a lighter shade of green. (mehr von XA-RJW)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1239926 / 73 Aufrufe
-November-1993
N230RX This is the orange and red variation of the Azcapotzalco design, Besides A320-231 N230RX “Cuitlahuac” also B727-264 XA-HOV “Atzacualco” and B727-264 XA-HOX “Tenamaxtli” were painted like this. (mehr von N230RX)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1238604 / 106 Aufrufe
-March-1994
XA-IEU This B727-264 “Guelaguetza” was the only aircraft painted in a yellow and green version of the Mitla tail design. (mehr von XA-IEU)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1238446 / 72 Aufrufe
17-March-1993
XA-MEB “Ichcatlan” was the only aircraft painted like this. B727-264 XA-MEF “Tula” and A320-231 XA-RYS “Tecpantla” had this design but with the colours reversed (mehr von XA-MEB)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1236897 / 61 Aufrufe
-May-1992
XA-MXB The Quetzalcoatl design in pink and blue was only applied to B727-264 XA-MXB "Azcapotzalco". Three other aircraft had a colour variation in red and orange and those were B727-264 XA-HOV "Atzacualco", B727-264 XA-HOX "Tenamaxtli" and A320-231 N230RX "Cuitlahuac" (mehr von XA-MXB)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1235907 / 107 Aufrufe
10-February-1994
XA-MEL This tail design was applied in two shades of green to B727-264 XA-MEL “Meztitlan”. B727-264 XA-MEJ “Yacatecutli” and A320-231 XA-RJY “Jocotitlan” had this design but in green and blue. (mehr von XA-MEL)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1234111 / 77 Aufrufe
18-March-1993
XA-MED This colour scheme was applied to B727-265 XA-MED "Saltillo", B727-264 XA-DAT "Chiautempan" and A320-231 XA-RYQ "Teotitlan" (mehr von XA-MED)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1233838 / 70 Aufrufe
-March-1994
N552NA Besides B727-2J7 N552NA named “Talavera”, another two B727-264 had this tail colour scheme, those were XA-DUI “Cacaxtla” and XA-MXA “Mexicapan”. Other aircraft with this design were: A320-231 N225RX “Atlixcayotl”, A320-231 XA-RJX “Tizatlan”, A320-231 XA-RKB “Cuautzingo”, F100 XA-SGE “Huitzilihuitl”, F100 XA-SHJ “Tetlepanquetzatl” and DC10-15 N1003W “Ixcamilpa”. (mehr von N552NA)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1233330 / 91 Aufrufe
-June-1992
XA-MEC Only two aircraft were painted with this colour scheme, B727-264 XA-MEC named “Nayarit and A320-232 N247RX “Aztlan”. B727-2M7 XA-MXE “Tehuayo” had this design applied but with the colours reversed. Unfortunately the blue background always stood out over the purple textile design. It was the most difficult tail to photograph. (mehr von XA-MEC)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1232566 / 68 Aufrufe
-March-1994
XA-MXC This tail design was applied to B727-264 XA-MXC named “Mitla”, other aircraft painted with the sane scheme were B727-264 XA-MEI “Tlacochahuaya”, B727-264 XA-MXD “Montealban”, A320-231 XA-RYT “Zapoteco”, A320-231 N431LF unnamed, A320-231 N441LF “ Tenochtitlan”, F100 XA-TCG “Acamapichtli”, F100 XA-SGS “Ahuitzotl”, F100 XA-SGH “Chimalpopoca”, and DC10-15 N10045 “Mazaltepec”. (mehr von XA-MXC)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1232130 / 78 Aufrufe
-March-1994
N1279E This tail design was applied to B727-2Q6 N1279E named Olinala, the same design but with a colour variation of green and pink was used for B727-264 XA-MEH "Guerrero" and A320-231 XA-RZU "Tlapa" (mehr von N1279E)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1231742 / 163 Aufrufe
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1230585 / 106 Aufrufe
-October-1992
XA-MEI San Jerónimo Tlacochahuaya is a town and municipality in the Mexican State of Oaxaca. The name Tlacochahuaya comes from Nahuatl and means “in wet land” or “in the swamp.” Tradition states that the town was founded by a Zapotec warrior by the name of Cochicahuala. Its main church is the Templo de San Jerónimo, which was built along with a monastery at the end of the 16th century. It has notable altrapieces and an organ that dates from colonial times. (mehr von XA-MEI)