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N1807 Braniff was the epitome of colorful and creative painting schemes. Here in the chocolate brown ultra colors. The planes rightly carried the additional “Flying Colors” inscription at times, not just from the point of view of all spotters. The uniforms of the flying staff also reflected the style of the flower power era in the 70s and early 80s (more of N1807)
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N799AL This DC-8-62 "combi" is preserved at the Naval Air Museum Barbers Point near the southwestern corner of Oahu. In this configuration, the aircraft has a large cargo section up front and a smaller passenger compartment with six rows of seats in back. The aircraft also possesses its original engines and cockpit. The museum is well worth a visit and tour. (more of N799AL)
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HB-IDI "Solothurn" on her way back to Zurich. In the 70s and early 80s the DC-8-62s of Swissair were a frequent upgrade to the regular DC-9-32s, which usualy operated the services from Dsseldorf to Zurich and Geneva. (more of HB-IDI)
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HB-IDL "Aargau" taxies to her gate position with a B.727-100 of Hapag Lloyd in the background. n 1984 HB-IDL was sold to Capitol as N924CL and from 1986 she was operated by Airborne as parcel-express` N802AX. (more of HB-IDL)
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HB-IDF "Schwyz" is seen here after a late evening arrival before a scheduled nightstop at Rhein-Main. Other operators were Nationair of Canada and after conversion to DC-8-62F standard Buffalo Air Cargo, Cargo Lion and Silkway. (more of HB-IDF)
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HS-TGS The only one DC-8-62AF of SAS was aquired by Thai AW in 1978, named "Jiraprapha" and she is seen here at Lohausen, leaving her nightstop-position after a diversion from Frankfurt. (more of HS-TGS)