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User currently offlineKjet12 From United States of America, joined Mar 2001, 976 posts, RR: 6
Posted (12 years 9 months 6 days 12 hours ago) and read 4473 times:

I just found this photo and it finally has sunk in, NW is retiring their DC-10s. It almost brings a tear to my eye.  Crying

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So, I thought it was time to get sentimental. What are some of your DC-10 memories?

My first DC-10 flight that I can remember (I think it was my first anyway) was on Sun Country from MSP-MCO. I don't remember it well, but I do remember the old HHH terminal not having any windows.

My first flight without my parents was when a friend and I were about 7 or 8 and we went to visit another friend who had moved to Seattle. We were seated in the second to last row of the aircraft on the HJ side. I remember the movie was Dave on the MSP-SEA flight and that the flight attendant didn't like us very much. On the return flight, also a DC-10, the movie was Homeward Bound and the meal was pretty crappy so we made weird concoctions with the salad dressings.

My first trip to Hawaii was when I was 9 and we flew a NW DC-10 from MSP-LAX-HNL. I remember those flights like it was yesterday. The breakfast was like an egg mcmuffin, and the movie to LAX was Heavyweights and from LAX-HNL the meal was a Hawaiian chicken, and the movie was Outbreak. I remember that my mom and dad said I was too young to watch the movie. I remember that the 5 hour flight to HNL seemed to take forever. On the return flight we flew HNL-SEA-MSP on a DC-10. I remember that it was my first red-eye flight ever. I think I slept most of the way home on both flights.

My first long haul flight was on a UAL DC-10 from ORD-HNL. That was about 6 years ago. I don't remember much about it but except that it ended up being 10 hours non stop and thought it was really boring. I also remember it being one of the last UA planes in the old orange and white livery.

My last DC-10 flight was last year from HNL-MSP. Unfortunately it is not a good memory, and sad that it could very well have been my last DC-10 flight. It was ruined by bad seating, poor service, and rude crew.


AA - Doing what we do best.
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User currently offlineCptkrell From United States of America, joined Sep 2001, 3220 posts, RR: 12
Reply 1, posted (12 years 9 months 6 days 12 hours ago) and read 4426 times:

Piano bar in the lounge; AA, ORD-LAX...jack

all best; jack
User currently offlineNWA757 From United States of America, joined Aug 2003, 172 posts, RR: 0
Reply 2, posted (12 years 9 months 6 days 12 hours ago) and read 4393 times:

Rough landings at LGW on NW DC10-30's.

Fly High!
User currently offlineIslandHopper From United States of America, joined Feb 2003, 327 posts, RR: 2
Reply 3, posted (12 years 9 months 6 days 12 hours ago) and read 4382 times:

I flew CO Micronesia DC10s to Hawaii and Guam several times during 2000 and 2001 before they were replaced by the 777s. The interiors were pretty shot by then. The whole interior shook and rattled and buzzed on takeoff, and many times the reading lights didn't work and/or the sound system was kaput. One time a ceiling panel fell down when we landed and barely missed hitting someone's head! DC10s were magnificent planes, but the time had come for them to retire.

On the other hand I always enjoyed the flights because I knew I was headed to the island where I lived for a couple years: Pohnpei, Micronesia (PNI).

User currently offlineSolnabo From Sweden, joined Jan 2008, 930 posts, RR: 1
Reply 4, posted (12 years 9 months 6 days 12 hours ago) and read 4365 times:

**SAS DC10-30** (CPH-SEA)
ca 10 hours of pure relaxation
and no turbulence, classy f/a,
great food, seats of B-class on
DC10 was the best in SAS-fleet!
I wished they got MD11, but no....
cuz of the ETOPS they bought B767´s!

Airbus SAS - Love them both
User currently offlineClrd2go From United States of America, joined Feb 2003, 1000 posts, RR: 0
Reply 5, posted (12 years 9 months 6 days 12 hours ago) and read 4357 times:

1st DC-10 flight..ORD-YYZ on UA..my first wide body trip and my first
international business trip (a few very enjoyable days in a beautiful city)

on one DC-10 flight from DEN-SFO I recall one of the flight crew talking
about the beautiful sunset ahead of us..and later coming out to the cabin
to repair an overhead light

On a flight from SFO-DEN we took off from 19L (a rare occurence) and made
a quick left turn after liftoff..and the seatback lock on my seat didn't work
and my seat kept falling back

pictures of the AA DC-10 crash at ORD

my first first class flight on a CO DC-10 from DEN-BOS

I can't recall my last DC10 flight


What a long strange trip it's been
User currently offlinePeachAir From United States of America, joined Dec 2000, 370 posts, RR: 2
Reply 6, posted (12 years 9 months 6 days 12 hours ago) and read 4318 times:

My very first flight ever, was in June 1974 on board N1810U a United DC-10 - from LAX to IAD in the stars and stripes livery. I can remember that flight as though it were yesterday.

It was so shiny and new, and I can remember getting off the airplane at Dulles an walking off the stairs down to the shuttle vehicle or "Porta-loungers" (I don't remember them raising to the plane back then).

I also remember distinctly a flight that I took in either 1975 or 1976 from LAX to ORD to BUF (N101AA). It was a through flight and I remember being an unaccompanied minor (13 yrs old) so I sat on the plane and watched all the airport activity at O'Hare while the cabin service people cleaned the plane. I thought of how cool it was to see the Southern DC-9's, North Central Dc-9's and Eastern DC-8, DC-9's - something I never saw in my early interests in aviation at LAX. I remember thinking how weird it was to see aircraft taking off and landing on the many different cross/intersecting runways. LAX only had the straight parallel runways - so I'd never seen crossing runways before. It really was the flight that got me in to spotting!

User currently offlineNtspelich From United States of America, joined Aug 2003, 764 posts, RR: 0
Reply 7, posted (12 years 9 months 6 days 12 hours ago) and read 4315 times:

Being delayed 5 1/2 hours in BOS waiting for a replacement oil pump to come in on the next flight NW from DTW. I remember my friend going "The thing has three engines, so who cares if one doesn't work?" The customer service folks didn't seem to like that comment.

What a way to start a spring break trip to AMS...


United 717 heavy, you're facing the wrong way. Any chance you can powerback to get off of my deice pad?
User currently offlineMav75 From United States of America, joined Dec 2000, 228 posts, RR: 1
Reply 8, posted (12 years 9 months 6 days 12 hours ago) and read 4316 times:

Unfortunately, I've only flown on a DC-10 once. UA 11 from EWR - LAX. The flight was actually supposed to be operated on a 762 but there was an aircraft swap. I'd been on the L-1011 several times up to that point, so imagine my happiness when I knew I'd be able to experience the other widebodied trijet.

When I visited the cockpit, I was surprised that you had to step up to get inside, and then again to sit at the Captain's and F/O's seats. The cockpit was very roomy and I remember there being a very good view of the outside since the windows were huge.

Taxiing out and listening to channel 9 (I wish every airline had that channel!), I was amused to hear that we had to stop so the S/O could help fix a jammed overhead that wouldn't close. When we actually took off, the flight was great. This was 1992, when airlines actually served real meals. I think I had some kind of hot chicken dish with metal silverware. The movie was Lethal Weapon 3. Most of the way out there, I listened to channel 9, getting a mental picture of the traffic around us. A Continental 747 was told to reduce speed from Mach .86 to .84.

The landing was good...nothing eventful. I never got to fly on a DC-10 again. I had hoped to fly on a CO DC-10 before they were retired, but never got the chance. My first aircraft model was a 1/250 scale UA DC-10 in the red, orange and blue livery to remember my only flight on a DC-10. I'll miss them!

User currently offlineKL808 From United States of America, joined May 1999, 1596 posts, RR: 2
Reply 9, posted (12 years 9 months 6 days 12 hours ago) and read 4303 times:

my first ride on a DC-10-30 was with MH from AMS-DXB-KUL-MNL

the second was on UA from HNL-LAX

fond memories of the 3 holer


User currently offlineCapital146 From United Kingdom, joined Jun 2003, 2125 posts, RR: 39
Reply 10, posted (12 years 9 months 6 days 12 hours ago) and read 4290 times:

I have only flown one round trip on a DC-10 way back in 1981 when I was just 7 years old. We flew Air Florida on LGW-MIA-LGW on holiday (before the days when all the British tourists landed at MCO or SFB).

I still think the Air Florida colours looked great on the DC-10.

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Like a fine wine, one gets better with age.
User currently offlineJohnJ From United States of America, joined Jun 2000, 1726 posts, RR: 2
Reply 11, posted (12 years 9 months 6 days 11 hours ago) and read 4257 times:

Hmmm... let's see:

My first-ever DC-10 flight was DFW-LAX and return on American Airlines back in 1986 on my way to Los Angeles for Spring Break. I remember that AA operated only four DFW-LAX flights a day then, all on DC-10 equipment. On the return trip I was really late for the flight and they were about to shut the door when I came running up to the gate. I got on the flight, but lost my assigned seat and wound up sitting in the dead center of the middle area in the SMOKING SECTION!! Yuck. The woman next to me had smuggled some whiskey on board, though, and kept feeding it to me on the way over to DFW, which took a bit of the pain out of the situation.

Other DC-10 flights I've taken include:

American SFO-JFK
American DFW-HNL (my honeymoon!!)
United PDX-ORD
Northwest DTW-LAX
Continental Micronesia AA), Japan">NRT-GUM
Continental HNL-EWR (apparently an ex-SAS plane - the F/A intercoms still had the SAS labels on them).

Oh and I almost forgot - I used to load them on occasion when I worked for FedEx in Memphis. I normally got sent out to load 727s after the sort, so it was a treat when I got a DC-10 assignment. Standing underneath one of those beasts was truly impressive.

[Edited 2003-08-28 19:50:12]

User currently offlineSkyone From Mexico, joined Feb 2001, 448 posts, RR: 0
Reply 12, posted (12 years 9 months 6 days 11 hours ago) and read 4256 times:

My first experience was on an AeroMexico DC-10 flying the Mex-GDL-TIJ route. AM used to send the 10's on high density routes like TIJ, CUN, GDL and MTY. I remember that in TIJ we used the stairs to exit the airplane, since TIJ did not have jetways back then. Being in the tarmac watching this airplane was absolutely amazing... and helped develop my hobby!!!

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My second experience was a Mexicana DC-10 flying TIJ-LAP. Mexicana flew the 10's on the Mex-LAP-TIJ route for a long period of time. Since I was living in Los Cabos, we did not get seats on the TIJ-SJD flight so we flew to LAP instead. One interesting thing was that MX DC-10 was configured 2-4-3 which was a lot better than AM DC-10's 2-5-2.

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My final experience on a DC-10 was on American Airlines flying Mex-DFW. AA did not send the 10's on a schedule basis to Mexico City, but only when load factors were high. This time we were flying to YYZ for a summer camp via DFW and we were a group of 100 people. I found out that I was flying on a DC-10 when I got to the gate, since this flight was schedule to be a B722.

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User currently offlineTrident From United Kingdom, joined Feb 2000, 484 posts, RR: 0
Reply 13, posted (12 years 9 months 6 days 11 hours ago) and read 4252 times:

Trans International DC-10s arriving at Dublin, ferrying Irish troops to the Lebanon for UN peace keeping duties in 1978.

My first flight to the USA - British Caledonian DC-10 - Gatwick - Houston in 1981.

User currently offlineGoose From Canada, joined Aug 2003, 1849 posts, RR: 14
Reply 14, posted (12 years 9 months 6 days 11 hours ago) and read 4208 times:

Putting an MGB roadster on a pallet in the front cargo compartment of a CP DC-10-10..... going to LHR.

"Talk to me, Goose..."
User currently offlineLuisinho From Portugal, joined Nov 2000, 230 posts, RR: 1
Reply 15, posted (12 years 9 months 6 days 11 hours ago) and read 4200 times:

Hii Folks...  Big thumbs up

Well, I don't have many good memories from DC-10.

A few years ago, a DC-10-30 from Martinair crashed in my airport, Faro LPFR, killing 56 passengers, several injuring 175 and just injuring the rest of them.

The Weather that day was a bit though, heavy winds but good visibility and a little of rain. The pilot approached runway 10, missed the aproach and went around. Then he tried again... But go around again, on third try he went again to runway 10, but this time made a very strange approach, he was to high, and when he was close to runway then, near 100 feet high, captain cutted power and let the speed fall to near 130 knots and less and the aircraft with full flaps didn't holed and stalled. That time heavy crossed winds were blowing over the runway.

he touched the runway with only one boogie... the right one, and then then with the ailerons we tried to center the aircraft but it was to much aileron and the left wing touched ground and splited off from the aircraft, and then aircraft started to zig-zag on the runway, and then he turned hard right. With the turn the fuselage was not designed to hold that forces and broke in the middle section.

Terrible tragedy... the last mortal body removed was a baby boy... with no more then 3 months old found in the middle of left boogie of landing gear.

I cried like a child when I saw it... I think I will be traumatized for the rest of my life... I think I will never enter on a DC-10... blergh....

See some fotos of the tragedy:


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User currently offlineDispatch From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 16, posted (12 years 9 months 6 days 10 hours ago) and read 4152 times:

I had 10 flights on the -10.
KLM (2), JAL (1), Martinair (4), United (2) and VIASA (1).
Can't remember anything special, just uneventful flights really.


User currently offlineTurk223 From Barbados, joined Aug 2003, 440 posts, RR: 1
Reply 17, posted (12 years 9 months 6 days 10 hours ago) and read 4148 times:

Always loved the "growl" the DC-10 makes at takeoff power - the 747 classics sort of make the same noise but the 10s always seemed to do it...

I remember DC-10s of Northwest Orient and National when I lived near TPA as a kid.

First DC-10 trip was on AA - last row and it was cool to look back and see the horizontal stabilizer from the cabin window. Big cabin windows by the way...
Also loved the wardrobes - had a little elevator mechanism the lifted the coats inside of it them.
Was on a UA DC-10 once too - very nice.

And! I remember the Wardair interior on the DC-10 especially...

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User currently offlineAreopagus From United States of America, joined Sep 2001, 1380 posts, RR: 1
Reply 18, posted (12 years 9 months 6 days 10 hours ago) and read 4130 times:

I was on a UAL DC-8 taxiing out to depart BOS bound for DEN on my way to SJC, when the captain pulled out of line and ran some tests. After some time, he annourced that the flight was being cancelled due to a failing thrust reverser, and taxiied back to the gate. I was rebooked on a DC-10 bound for ORD, with a connecting flight by 727 to SFO. The Ten was configured 2-5-2, and I got an aisle seat in the right group (don't remember what letter that is), a little ahead of the wing engine. Every seat was taken. The FA announced that the flight had been delayed for the benefit of us refugees from the cancelled flight, but in their haste to depart, they not been able to upload the additional meals; she'd appreciate volunteers to forgo the meal.

We took off into the night with strong acceleration and a fast climb, the engine fans making a loud buzz-saw noise.

Near the end of food serving, a man seated in the center seat of the center section began yelling, "I paid for a first-class ticket, and you stuck me in the middle seat of coach, and I didn't even get dinner!" Man, was he steaming!

User currently offlineJohnJ From United States of America, joined Jun 2000, 1726 posts, RR: 2
Reply 19, posted (12 years 9 months 6 days 10 hours ago) and read 4085 times:

"Taxiing out and listening to channel 9 (I wish every airline had that channel!), I was amused to hear that we had to stop so the S/O could help fix a jammed overhead that wouldn't close."

Channel 9 is indeed cool, but in my post above I forgot the best part about my first-ever DC-10 flight on American: I believe they, too, had cockpit audio at that time and went one step further with a camera in the cockpit that captured the pilot's view forward. The image was shown on the movie screens during takeoff and landing.

User currently offlineBHMNONREV From United States of America, joined Aug 2003, 1403 posts, RR: 3
Reply 20, posted (12 years 9 months 6 days 9 hours ago) and read 4056 times:

Rough landings at LGW on NW DC10-30's.

You and I must have been on the same flight...lol

User currently offlineCanadi>nBoy From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 21, posted (12 years 9 months 6 days 9 hours ago) and read 4060 times:

Two particular DC-10 memories come to mind.

1. 1980. I flew YYZ-FRA on a Lufthansa DC-10. My parents were very late in
getting me to the airport, which meant I was SOL for a window seat. I sat in the centre seat of the middle section (2-5-2 configuration) and talk about claustrophobic! I also recall the great cabin crew and the delicious German Schnitzel for dinner, mmmmmmm!

2. 1983. My first flight on the Wardair DC-10-30 (YYZ-BGI). As soon as we stepped on-board this aircraft, it was "Woooooooooo!" due to the, ahem,
colourful interiors (seats and sidewalls; see photo above). My oldest brother remarked a few times that flying the WD DC-10-30 interior was like taking LSD and flying inside an Easter Basket, LOL. Actually, I loved the DC-10, and the WD seats were tres comfy. Also recall the delicious breakfast served enroute to BGI; a large ham (Black Forest) and cheese omelette, warm fresh crossaints, cold assorted fruit bowl of pineapple, strawberry and kiwi, and fresh Columbian coffee.... On the way back......filet mignon and scalloped potatoes, asparagus, salad, and.....hmmmm, I think Black Forest cake for dessert. God.......I'm hungry!

User currently offline747400sp From United States of America, joined Aug 2003, 4246 posts, RR: 2
Reply 22, posted (12 years 9 months 6 days 9 hours ago) and read 4026 times:

Most of the flights I flew on was on AA DC10. My first flight was on an AA DC10 when I was round one years old. My parents told me that, while the other baby was crying, I was jumping and laughing. Even I of the pilot said will number something something (I had on a lakers shirt with Karem number on it) get ready for landing. This was a nonstop from LAX to ORD. I also remember one flight with my mom and sister my father could not come and my bother was not born yet. The flight was from LAX to DFW then DFW to ORD on another DC10.
I remember a flight that my whole family even my bother and father was traveling on. I remember my bother had to sit on my mother lap. My father show me some sites out the window. The dinner was lasagna or beef tips I do not like lasagna and they ran out of beef tips so I did not eat my sister was sitting next to me and she ate the lasagna and lost her lunch 15 minutes later. We landed at DFW and transferred to an American Eagle commuter plane that was flying to Texarkana where my mom family live. My last flight on a DC10 was a night flight from LAX to ORD in 1991. It departed LAX at around 11:00 pm midway into the flight I went to sleep and in the mooring we landed. Every flight I ever took on a DC10 was with AA, and they was ether between LAX and DFW, LAX and ORD and once DFW and ORD. Because of the DC10 I thought all plane had twin ailes until I flew on an AA MD80. The only other widebody I ever flew on was a DL L1011 Tristar from DFW to LAX. Thank You DC10 for all those great flight when I was a child.

User currently offlineA330Fan1 From United States of America, joined Jul 2003, 856 posts, RR: 10
Reply 23, posted (12 years 9 months 6 days 9 hours ago) and read 4024 times:

I remember taking the DC10 only twice in my life...from LAX - HNL - LAX in the summer of 1997, on Sun Country Airlines. I remember the layout being like that of a 747, with a seat configuration of 3-4-3. The seats were not too generous...that's all I remember of this old bird.

-Adios, A330Fan1

User currently offlineSwissgabe From Switzerland, joined Jan 2000, 5266 posts, RR: 30
Reply 24, posted (12 years 9 months 6 days 9 hours ago) and read 4017 times:

The first time I flew the Dc10 was on United from SFO to OGG. I really liked the trip. Flew also back from OGG to SFO on D10.

My last trip on a Dc10 was back in October 2002 on Biman Bangladesh from Chittagong to Dhaka (Domestic). I think flying the D10 is like a trip back 20 years ago ...

Smooth as silk - Royal Orchid Service /// Suid-Afrikaanse Lugdiens - Springbok
25 Ckfred : My only DC-10 flight was on AA from ORD to PHX. The thing I liked was the cockpit camera, which was turned on after the safety-briefing video until th
26 Jetjack74 : When we had the DC10 on the AMS-DEL/BOM, I was able to bid for it over holidays and weekends. When the caterers opened 4R/4L, and 1R/2R for the out bo
27 Planemannyc : First time I flew a DC-10 was on a British Caledonian from LGW to Abidjan, Ivory Coast. I was only 12 years old, but loved the relative spacious cabin
28 747400sp : Ckfred One of the DC10 flights I took to DFW in the late 80's had a camera in the cockpit. This was after the ORD crash.
29 Post contains images DeltaRules : I faintly remember my first DC-10 trip....MSP-LAX in 1992. I remember going to the cockpit & being stunned that there were three pilots on that plane
30 CV990 : Hi! When I came to USA with my family in the summer of 1998 I had a flight from IAD to SEA. I went to UA homepage and started to see what flights the
31 B6FA4ever : All i know is that i'm pretty much a DC-10 slut :-P 90% of my travels were between CA and HNL...and in the 90's airlines primarily used the DC-10. Flo
32 ATA L1011 : Flown it several times with CO from IAH to LAX in the 90's by choice. I loved the way the GE's on the series 30 sound great sound, I remember a very l
33 Stlguy : Several great DC-10 memories... 1) First visit to NYC, 1989 Flew DFW-LGA on an AA DC-10-10...coach...still amazed they flew these heavy birds into LGA
34 Aviasian : The DC-10 is my all-time favourite airliner . . . but regrettably, I could only count two flights on this beauty. First was on Malaysian Airline Syste
35 Tommy767 : Only DC-10 flight I have ever flown was in 1997 from EWR--MCO. I remember I was in the 4th grade, and I was really not too concerned about which aircr
36 767er : What a great thread....... My first DC10 flight was in 1976 from AKL SYD. My first international flight, my first wide body flight. Those ANZ 10s were
37 Dc10guy : I remember the 1st time I had to manually crank and stow a #2 engine thrust reverser in the freezing rain in MEM. I think that's when I realized just
38 ARCJET : June 2001 Omni Air International DC-10 N540GX KBWI - EDDF - OKBK Crowded Military Charter to Kuwait. Departed BWI at 10pm, saw the sunrise Just past G
39 Post contains links and images Cdgdtw : I love the DC10. It took me back and forth to Paris when I was a student there and now it is my favourite plane to work. You get a sense of heaviness
40 Post contains images StevenUhl777 : Thank you...great topic...sure beats "how is xxxx airline doing?" and "favorite colors on an xxx airplane" !!!!! Sooooo many memories of DC-10s! All m
41 Flybynight : Luisinho - Did the captain survive? That's a pretty intense picture from the cockpit of that Martinair DC10.
42 RayChuang : I've only flown on a DC-10 once, in 1986. The flight was HKG-NRT on a UA DC-10-30 (ex-British Calendonian airplane), and the flight was not bad.
43 Post contains links and images Megatop : My memories of the DC-10 goes back to August 1979. Not long after the crash in ORD I was flying from JFK to DTT on a NW (then Northwest Orient) on a D
44 RoyalDutch : I love the -10...It's always been so steady and reliable, I can't really think of one specific flight that I enjoyed more than another. I'm really loo
45 Luisinho : hiii Sorry RayChuang... i sended you an e-mail that was for Flybynight, but your post was under.... and... i made a mistake... eheh sorry! Then i trie
46 Andersjt : Surprisingly, my first time on a DC-10 did not happen until 1993. My widebody Tri-jet experiences had all been L-1011 (Delta, TWA and Eastern) up to t
47 N62NA : My first DC-10 was on the old National Airlines MIA-EWR. Wow, what a beautiful plane - inside and outside! After that, my DC-10 experiences were on UA
48 Post contains images SNARN : I remember my first longhaul flight alone. I was 17 years old, traveling AA ARN-ORD-LAX to visit my sister. The flight ARN-ORD went smoothly with AA 7
49 Contrails : I have a quite a few memories of the DC-10, but they all involve people getting killed. I'll be happy if I never see one again.
50 Post contains images Luisinho : hii contrails I feel same way as you... so i understand your pain... When i see some Martinair's MD-11 landing in Faro on Runway 10, i always think on
51 Modesto2 : I remember flying on UA50, SFO-IAD...a nice redeye flight. A fairly empty cabin and a very early morning arrival to Dulles. I miss anything with 3 eng
52 Nwcoflyer : I remember flying NW D10s a lot. The first flight I flew was when I was in the 4th grade from LAX-MSP-LGW. That was the first time I ever flew on a wi
53 Post contains images Pl4nekr4zy : All my DC-10 flights were on CO between IAH and MCO. CO didn't use the DC-10 on that route much; seems like they increased the use of it on that route
54 Copaair737 : i once flew the old 10 on a HNL-GUM flight. it was really rickety, and we hit some turbulence, it was the bumpiest ride i have ever taken on a plane.
55 Jeffrey1970 : I remember in the late 70's me, my mom, and my brother flew from Washington D.C. to LAX on an AA DC-10. That was also, unfortunately my last flight on
56 JMChladek : First flights on DC-10s for me were in the mid 80s (probably around 1985 or so). On the second leg of a trip, my family flew a NW DC-10-40 from MSP to
57 Mawelsh : I remember my first and only widebody experience was a UAL DC-10 in the summer of '88 on a trip to California. As an infrequent (once or twice a year)
58 Post contains links and images MadViking : I flew many SAS 10s all over the globe on passes. On one trip from Toronto to Bangkok, I flew Forde Viking CPH-BKK and then after two weeks in BKK con
59 Reddevl442 : My only DC-10 flight was in December 1984,HNL-LAX on American. My family was moving from Hawaii to Spokane,Wash. All I remember was it was a red eye a
60 Post contains links and images Hkg_clk : Been on DC-10s twice - once on British Caledonian and once on Canadian. But it's been a long time since I've been on one. However, I was glad to recen
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