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-January-1986
D-AHLT In 1979/80 Hapag Lloyd took delivery of three brand-new Boeing 727-200, registered D-AHLT/U/V, whereby only the first two were in service with Hapag Lloyd for around ten years. Other operators of D-AHLT were later Ethiopian AL, SAM Colombia, Venus AL, Lineas Aereas Canarias, Safair, Falcon Air Express and finally Allegro Airlines.. (more of D-AHLT)
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-September-1979
D-AMAX named �Maximilian`, an early buildt A300, c/n 12, in the basic colours of the first owner Germanair. From 1988 onwards this A300 was in service with Dan-Air London as G-BMNC, later with Air Inter and Holiday Airlines as F-GIJU, and finally with Translift AW / Sobelair as EI-TLB. (more of D-AMAX)
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-January-1984
D-AHLN Hapag Lloyd bought this Boeing 727 series -81, like sisterships D-AHLL and D-AHLM, from ANA All Nippon Airways in 1972. In 1986 D-AHLN was sold to SAT Fluggesellschaft, later renamed Germania. After her career as pax a/c she was converted into a freighter in 1988 and spent her lifetime with CF Airfreight and Express One until retirement in 1995. (more of D-AHLN)
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12-July-2000
D-AHLB scanned - Running out of fuel because they couldn`t retract landing gear after departure out of Chania, Greece. Destination should have been Hannover, Germany but unfortunately they crashed few meters away from RWY34 at Vienna, Austria (more of D-AHLB)