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| A visitor from - posted Mon July 30, 2012:|
This plane used for Indonesian Air Force One, but replaced by DC-10 in 1985, and bought in 1973
| A visitor from - posted Wed December 28, 2011:|
This aircraft was one of the best aircraft in Indonesia Airforce. It maintain very careful until the end of the service. The service was stop several years ago, as the maintenance was getting difficult and sparepart getting rare. They still have several 737-200 and 737-400. The 737-400 is ex-Garuda Indonesia. Actually, Indonesian Airforce receive the 25 years Zero Accident Certificate for their Boing 737-200 from Boeing Company. At that time, 707 was use for VIP/VVIP services. Also for Airforce Cadet long-range navigation training. The Red Pentagon is the Indonesia Airforce's aircraft insignia.
| A visitor from Israel posted Tue February 1, 2011:|
Probably a state guest at the former captial city of Germany.
It surely isn't a former GAF jet, as they used it from 1968 - 1999.
A vistor from Cologne.
| A visitor from Netherlands posted Thu December 2, 2010:|
@ A visitor from Germany:
I don't think it EVER was in Germany. As stated in the remarks, it was delivered factory new to Pelita and that is in Indonesia
| A visitor from Germany posted Tue May 18, 2010:|
Ex-LH or ex-Luftwaffe probably...
| A visitor from United States posted Mon April 12, 2010:|
| A visitor from Brazil posted Mon April 12, 2010:|
The red pentagon sign is a great detail!!