Aviation Photo #0347673 Lockheed L-1049H/01 Super Constellation - Trans World Airlines - TWA (Airline History Museum)

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Arriving from the demonstration flight. L1 door has already been opened during taxiing. Because those air-conditioning system is not so efficient today, we need some fresh air especially in summer season. As it might be my 100th picture on the Airliners.net, I thought I would make it something special. This is my favorite angle of one of the most beautiful aircraft in aviation history. Please enjoy!
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    Jean - AirTeamImages
    Trans World Airlines - TWA (Airline History Museum)
    Lockheed L-1049H/01 Super Constellation
    Lockheed Constellation/Starliner (C-69/C-121)
    Lockheed Constellation/Starliner (C-69/C-121)
    Lockheed
    4830
    N6937C
    Longview - East Texas Regional (-Gregg County)
    Texas
    USA
    July 13, 2001
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Photo Added: May 03, 2003

Comments (4)

Anonymous
11 years ago
A wonderful photo, Jean.
Anonymous
10 years ago
Really nice picture! Unbelievable that there are only 100 SCs remaining in the world. Does somebody know if the front-wheel is normal because it seems beended???
Anonymous
8 years ago
Its so clear and vivid with great timeing on the props with a good angle
Anonymous
8 years ago
A very nice picture. Yes the nose wheels stand at an angle. They point inwards towards the bottom this is normal on the Connie.

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