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More: Aloha Airlines
More: Boeing 737-297
More: Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (BFI / KBFI)
More: USA - Washington, March 1969
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N73711 (cn 20209/152) This AC came apart on 4-88 in flight but landed at Maui without the forward top of the cabin
More: Mel Lawrence
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