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McDonnell 220
El Paso - International (ELP / KELP)
USA - Texas, September 2001
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N4AZ (cn 1) I drove from San Antonio to El Paso just get this frame it is a great pity that this didn't go into production as this is a very good looking aircraft and the only one made, scanned from a slide in my collection.
George N Dean
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Photo ID: 0486324
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McDonnell 220
El Paso - International (ELP / KELP)
USA - Texas, March 18, 2002
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N4AZ (cn 1) 1st shot of this four-engined (B58 Hustler lookalike) biz-jet on A.net. Ferried to El Paso in Dec 1985 and its been there ever since. Hopefully it will be preserved in a museum.
Bill Blanchard - AirTeamImages
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McDonnell 220
Albuquerque - International Sunport (Kirtland AFB) (ABQ / KABQ)
USA - New Mexico, June 21, 1972
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N119M (cn 1) A whole new type for Airliners.net! Originally designated model 119 (1959) and registered N4AZ, this four engined utility transport was designed to compete with the Jetstar for Airforce contracts. The Jetstar won and this aircraft was redesignated model 220, and marketed as an executive jet. This concept also didn't sell due to heavy competition and it was used as an MD corporate transport until 1965. The years between '65 and '70 are mysterious, there was talk of this aircraft flying covert operations in Latin America.....quite a history!
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