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F-RAFE Reflection picture in a little water puddle. (more of F-RAFE)
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N817NA Departing on one of its last mission's while measuring tropical weather around the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean for the month of June. Note the additional titles, Armstrong Flight Recenter / Earth Space. (more of N817NA)
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N803DH storage together with N805DH (DHL DC-8), N727VJ (Boeing 727) and some ex Spanair MD-80 (more of N803DH)
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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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N782SP Passing through on a crew rest. (more of N782SP)
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N873SJ together with N802DH (DC-8 of DHL) (more of N873SJ)
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EC-IGZ face to face with this old lady. Seen here lining up rwy 03. (more of EC-IGZ)
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JA8039 "Tukuba" makes a smokey touchdown at Itami after an other flight from Taiwan. In the early 80s JAA operated a small fleet of DC-8-50/61 and DC-10-40. JA8039 was leased in 1986/87 to CTA-Canafrica Transportes Aereos, registered as EC-DZA and finally this DC-8 was converted to a freighter and flown by Airborne Express as N848AX until retirement in 2007. (more of JA8039)
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D-ADUC leased from and operated by German Cargo for the summer seasons in 1985 and 1986. D-ADUC was acquired in 1984 from the US airline Arrow Air, which had converted her from 63CF - to 73CF-standard two years ago. After twelve years of operations for German Cargo and Lufthansa Cargo this particuar DC-8 was sold to Emery Worldwide as N605AL. (more of D-ADUC)
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PR-SKC Nose section preserved at Kidzania in Eldorado Shopping Mall, S„o Paulo, Brasil (more of PR-SKC)
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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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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)