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|Left: G-TDTW (cn 46983/252) |
Middle: G-TAOS (cn 47832/318)
Right: G-DPSP (cn 46646/285)
All three former Airtours/MyTravel DC-10-10s are stored at this airfield in the Cotswolds.
Also these three aircraft can be seen at Johannesburg Jan Smuts airport.
|Looks like an Airbus A340-600 after take off from Johannesburg Jan Smuts.||12/17/2008||450|
|McDonnell Douglas DC-9-31 over Juan Díaz, Venezuela||01/29/2008||542|
|Kulula (Comair) McDonnell Douglas MD-82 (DC-9-82) Durban - International (Louis Botha) - South Africa||01/26/2008||374|
|Operator: Air Transport International - ATI|
Type: McDonnell Douglas DC-8-72CF
The Douglas DC-8 is a four-engined jet airliner, manufactured from 1958 to 1972. Launched later than the competing Boeing 707, the DC-8 nevertheless established Douglas in a strong position in the airliner market, and remained in production unt...
|The McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II is a two-seat supersonic long-range all-weather fighter-bomber originally developed for the U.S. Navy by McDonnell Douglas. The Phantom was used by the U.S. military from 1960 to 1996, and was the primary air superiority fighter and a workhorse fighter-bomber for the US Air Force, Navy and Marines during the Vietnam war. As of 2001 over 1,000 F-4s were in se...||06/08/2007||467|
|McDonnell Douglas F-4D-31-MC Phantom II - Boron, CA ||01/20/2008||270|
|This McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 (YV-135C) ran off the runway while landing in poor weather conditions on November 26, 1993 at Buenos Aires Ministro Pistarini Airport.|
|Type: McDonnell Douglas F-4E Phantom II|
Owner: Greece - Air Force
USAF version with an integral M61 Vulcan cannon in the elongated RF-4C nose, AN/APQ-120 radar with smaller cross-section to accommodate the cannon, J79-GE-17 engines with 17,900 lbf (79.379 kN) of afterburner thrust each. Late-series aircraft equipped with lea...
|F-GPVC (cn 48265/345)|
At the terminal C15 Paris Orly.
|Located outside Mesa. It was formerly a McDonnell-Douglas plant.||05/05/2006||710|
|Turkish Airlines Flight 981 was a McDonnell Douglas DC-10, registered TC-JAV and nicknamed the Ankara, that crashed just outside Senlis, France, on 3 March 1974 killing all on board. Known as the Ermenonville air disaster, from the forest where the aircraft crashed, the accident resulted in the deaths of all 346 on board. The crash of Flight 981 was the deadliest air disaster of all time before...||07/20/2009||789|