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Picture of the McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32 aircraft

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More: KLM - Royal Dutch Airlines (Planes Plaza)
More: McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32
More: Amsterdam - Schiphol (AMS / EHAM)
More: Netherlands, March 19, 2013
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N929L / 6229 (cn 47174/286) Good to see the planes plaza again, a unique area in my opinion. Canon EOS600D Rebel T3i [EF38-135mm 1:3.5-5.6 IS]
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A visitor from United States posted Wed April 3, 2013:
Nice to see where some old wrecks end up. The lighting is very good.

A visitor from France posted Wed April 3, 2013:
Can we be allowed to enter in the cockpit and enjoy it?

A visitor from Spain posted Wed April 3, 2013:
The landing gear and the front part of the fuselage belong do different airplanes. The DC-9 gear is much smaller.

A visitor from Netherlands posted Wed April 3, 2013:
Well, the landing gear itself is from a DC-10 as is the engine cowling in the background; there's nothing wrong with your perception. ;)

A visitor from United States posted Wed April 3, 2013:
Nice to see a DC-9 in the current KLM colours (in which the -9s never flew by the way). Although KLM had lots of DC-9-30s, this particular example never served KLM.
To the visitor below: I believe that the landing gear strut in the background is from a DC-10, just like the engine cowling behind. This scene is a nice illustration of the long lasting KLM-Douglas commercial relation.

A visitor from Netherlands posted Wed April 3, 2013:
The landing gear is an ex-DC10 one, the fuselage is a former DC9

A visitor from - posted Wed April 3, 2013:
It's the landing gear of a DC-10

A visitor from United States posted Tue April 2, 2013:
Is the landing gear nearly as tall at the 2/3 of the fuselage? seems way to large to me. maybe my perceptions are just off

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