Aviation Photo #1133449 Boeing 747-146 - Japan Air Lines - JAL

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Japan 62 heavy to NRT is seen rolling runway 24L, while a TWA 707 is seen over the numbers landing runway 24R from STL. First flight was June 9, 1970. Delivery date was June 27, 1970. Built as 747-146, cvt'd to 747-146(SF) freighter. Other serials - N703CK with Kalitta Air, American Intl Awys, Kitty Hawk Intl, & Saudia Saudi Arabian Als, JA8103 with Japan Asia - transfer from JAL in November 1982, and also N40483 with Kalitta Air. Stored at OSC (Oscoda) as N703CK, & was eventually broken-up.
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    Frank C. Duarte Jr.
    Japan Air Lines - JAL
    Boeing 747-146
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    Boeing 747-100
    Boeing
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    JA8103
    Los Angeles - International
    California
    USA
    March 1977
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