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Photo ID: 2511286
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Gambia - Government
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New York - John F. Kennedy International (Idlewild) (JFK / KJFK)
USA - New York, September 22, 2014
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C5-RTG (cn 1356234) GMB001 inbound for runway 31R, bringing Persistent Yahya Jammeh to the 69th session of the UN General Assembly.
Chris Gimmillaro
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Photo ID: 2510961
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Air Koryo
Ilyushin Il-62M
Pyongyang - Sunan (FNJ / ZKPY)
North Korea, September 17, 2014
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P-881 (cn 3647853) This Russian beauty is parked on the taxiway in Pyongyang between flights seemlingly appeared to be unused for some time without any regular service because of the An-148 and Tu-204 taking over the schedualed International serivces of Air Koryo. Nobody knows when or where the end of the line for the IL-62 is?
Tim Bowrey - Sydney Spotters
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Photo ID: 2507064
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Air Koryo
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Pyongyang - Sunan (FNJ / ZKPY)
North Korea, September 19, 2013
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P-885 (cn 3933913) After our sightseeing flight, many people had quickly gotten off after taking a few photos in the cockpit. They made a dash towards the terminal and I was puzzled why they were doing that. Soon I realized that there was a puddle of water there, which was the result of the cooling of brakes, a standard procedure for the Russian jets in North Korea. And there we were; 10-15 people flat on a concrete apron in one of the most isloated countries in the world. Must've been a sight!
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