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| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri November 2, 2012:|
Interesting to note the American Flyers Airline 727 in the background, a regular transatlantic service - also Wardair (707 on the left) operated 727s transatlantic - presumably with at least one fuel stop - great picture, thanks.
| A visitor from - posted Fri October 21, 2011:|
Great memories.That was about the time I started working at Gatwick and all the old DC3s,Dc4s etc were still regular visitors.Real aircraft.
| A visitor from - posted Tue March 15, 2011:|
Redefines the meaning of "classic"
| A visitor from - posted Thu January 27, 2011:|
Those happy days.. unforgettable
| A visitor from Netherlands posted Thu January 27, 2011:|
Steve, one of the oldies but I worked on them with Transavia Holland. This aircraft has been used flying food during the Biafran war, for Joint Church Aid. (called Jesus Christ Airlines)
| A visitor from United States posted Tue June 22, 2010:|
It's old-fashioned and a good close-up.
| A visitor from United States posted Thu May 20, 2010:|
Is that American Trans Air on the right?? Great photo on legendary Kodachrome film. -Mario
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Thu May 20, 2010:|
Thank you Steve. This takes me back to my days of standing on the piers at Gatwick spotting with real aeroplanes to see rather than plastic jets!!!