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What Happened To The 767 Named "Wolfgang Mozart"?

Wed Jun 26, 2002 12:55 am

What happened to the 767 named "Wolfgang Mozart" ?
As I recall, it was operated by Lauda. Does anyone know where that 767 is today?

 
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RE: What Happened To The 767 Named "Wolfgang Mozart"?

Wed Jun 26, 2002 12:57 am

Scattered in the Thai jungle.
"The A340-300 may boast a long range, but the A340 is underpowered" -- Robert Milton, CEO - Air Canada
 
 
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RE: What Happened To The 767 Named "Wolfgang Mozart"?

Wed Jun 26, 2002 4:37 am

I actually flew that very aircraft just a few months before the crash. I believe it was their newest 767. I flew the plane from Chania in Crete to Vienna. I remember walking across the tarmac at night to board the plane and seeing "Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart" painted on the nose. That was my second ride ever in a 767.

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