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-November-1986
N4935C "Stanvaste" basking in the sun instead at Paramaribo in the unusually cool air at Lohausen after a diversion from Amsterdam-Schiphol. Former EC-BMY of Iberia and Aviaco was bought by Surinam AW in 1985 and they operated this `Super Sixty�until November 1992 (more of N4935C)
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-November-1986
N4935C Airport Overview with diversions from Schiphol on a sunny sunday in autumn. From left ro right: C-FCRE "Empress of Canada", PH-AGA "Rembrandt", C-GCPD "Empress of British Colombia", N4935C "Stanvaste" and PH-BUA "Mississippi" (more of N4935C)
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-November-2011
9G-TOP Ras al Kaimah used to be DC8 heaven due to maintenance by Heavylift. During our visit we indeed saw not less than eight DC8 on the ground (more of 9G-TOP)
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-November-2011
YA-VIC nice storage line up : two DC8, one B727 and one L1011 (more of YA-VIC)
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24-May-2016
PR-SKC Nose section preserved at Kidzania in Eldorado Shopping Mall, S�o Paulo, Brasil (more of PR-SKC)
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-August-1978
PH-DEE "Abel Tasman", named after the Dutch discoverer and seaman Abel Janszoon Tasman, also name giver of the Australian island Tasmania, on a brief visit at Lohausen, flying for Tunis Air. PH-DEE joined the UPS-fleet in 1986, converted to a DC-8-73 freighter, equipped with 4 CFM56 engines and registered as N819UP. (more of PH-DEE)
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-May-1985
HB-IDZ was one of only six, originally ordered by and buildt for Eastern AL DC-8-63PF, a `Super Sixty` with strengthened cabin floor for operations also as full freighter, but originally without cargo door. In December 1985 HB-IDZ was sold to UPS as N874UP, she was modified to DC-8-73PF standard with CFM56-engines and operated until February 2009, when she was withdrawn from service and stored at Roswell, New Mexico. (more of HB-IDZ)
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