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-August-1989
G-BAEF Was the first Boeing 727 on the British Register in 1972. Due to the high dense seating, the fuselage of the five Dan-Air London Boeing B.727-46 (ex Japan Air Lines) were modified with an additional passenger door on each side, clearly visible in front of the engines. Last operator of this Boeing 727 was Aerorepublica of Colombia, registered as HK-3480X, and a/c was withdrawn from use in 2001. (more of G-BAEF)
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-August-1989
G-BMNC Previously registered as D-AMAX and operated by Germanair, Bavaria Germanair and Hapag Lloyd, was in service with Dan-Air London, one of Britain`s largest independent airlines, only for two years. Other operators thereafter were Air Inter and Holiday Airlines, with registration F-GIJU, Translift/Trans Aer and Sobelair, as EI-TLB. (more of G-BMNC)
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4-June-2019
G-ALZO Arrived by road from Lasham in 1985 and restoration took nearly 30 years and is now displayed outside as part of the Duxford Airliner Collection (more of G-ALZO)
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4-June-2019
G-ALZO Arrived by road from Lasham in 1985 and restoration took nearly 30 years and is now displayed outside as part of the Duxford Airliner Collection (more of G-ALZO)
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30-May-2017
G-BEJD Saved from the scrapman at Blackpool and transported by road to the Crowne Plaza Hotel and being restored in Dan Air colours (more of G-BEJD)
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28-May-2017
G-BEJD Arrived by road a few years ago in poor condition after being stored at Blackpool for many years. It is now being restored in Dan Air colours at the old Speke airport which is now a hotel (more of G-BEJD)
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-February-1988
G-BDIW in a dismantled state before her departure to the new home at the Hermeskeil Aviation Museum near Trier, where she was preserved first in the same colours and later repainted again in Dan Air London´s 1990 colour scheme, (more of G-BDIW)
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-September-1986
G-BDIW This former Dan Air London Comet 4C was repainted in `Rhein Ruhr Flughafen Düsseldorf´house colours in spring 1986 and she was preserved for another two years together with D-BABY, visible on the left side. (more of G-BDIW)
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-June-1985
G-BDIW After the closure of the Air Classic Aviation Museum, she was preserved for another three years together with Vickers Viking D-BABY beside the LTU-hangar. (more of G-BDIW)
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11-April-1981
G-BDIW Seen during her towing to the Air Classic Museum, which sadly didn´t exist very long. After the closure of the museum G-BDIW crossed the road again to her resting place just beside LTU-hangar 8. (more of G-BDIW)
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