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Aircraft Taken at
More: RAPSA - Rutas Aereas Panamenas
More: Martin 202
More: Panama City - Tocumen (General Omar Torrijos Herrera) (PTY / MPTO)
More: Panama, November 15, 1971
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HP-398 (cn 9133) A small airline company RAPSA Panama operated a single Martin 202 (ex N93047) and 4 DC-3's from Panama
More: Ger Buskermolen
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A visitor from United States posted Fri April 17, 2015:
This is a response to an old comment -- but no one responded. The aircraft is a Martin, not a Convair. The two are very similar, but the differences are most noticeable around the tail.

A visitor from - posted Fri April 17, 2015:
Rapsa was short-lived. At that time it was COPA competitor on PTY-DAV and PTY-CHX/BOC Changuinola routes.
If not mistaken a crash on a BOC-DAV flight was fatal for the future of that company.

A visitor from Greece posted Thu June 12, 2014:
Isn't this a Convair 340?Why does the photographer say it's a Martin aircraft?

A visitor from - posted Fri April 15, 2011:
Is very beautiful this aircraft panamanian

A visitor from Panama posted Sun September 25, 2005:
This pictures is great, I don´t have any idea of this panamenian airlines. Very fine and antique.


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