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Photo ID: 2480680
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Lufthansa Cargo
McDonnell Douglas MD-11F
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Japan, June 2014
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D-ALCL (cn 48804/644) After getting airborne from runway 16R, we are turning right towards the north-west over the city lights. The departure plate can be seen on the captain's EFB.
Felix Gottwald
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Photo ID: 1502804
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Qatar Airways
Airbus A330-302
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Tanzania, March 4, 2009
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A7-AEJ (cn 826) A very relaxing cabin; Onboard Qatar Airways A330 cruising at 33000 ft, while routing from JNB to DOH. Many thanks to friendly crew on Qatar Airways. For all my friends in Persian Gulf Team. "IRAN - PERSIAN GULF"
Mohammad M.Rasi - Persian Gulf Team
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Photo ID: 1234479
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Falcon Airways
Aviation Traders ATL-98 Carvair
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UK - England, May 1979
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N80FA (cn 10273/7) Working at Southend Airport in the 'Seventies produced some great opportunities. Just before N80FA departed on its ferry flight to Texas, I was able to fix up an air-to-air session from Cessna 172 G-ATLN. We flew as fast as possible, the Carvair as slow as it could with everything down. I can still hear those P&Ws roaring over the sound of my open window and the general racket in the Cessna. I even sold my car to one of the Falcon directors who duly loaded and flew home to the States with it - truly Car-via-air as Freddie Laker originally intended. This aircraft crashed in Alaska in 1997 as N103; another of the few remaining Carvairs suffered a similar fate up there in May 2007, so now only two survive.
Richard Vandervord
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Photo ID: 1423392
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Cologne / Bonn (- Konrad Adenauer / Wahn) (CGN / EDDK)
Germany, September 2008
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Not the ordinary office ... what would you give for a view like that? All important screens in one picture (left to right): pushback tug schedule, arrivals/departures with parking positions, weather information, ground radar, flight status information, lots of camera views, ATC radar + airport lighting control. Plus lots of buttons, phones and microphones. Outside you can see a small part of the full cargo apron with 6 of the 17 widebodies (A300F, B762F, B763F + MD-11F). The passenger terminal area can be seen on the upper left side.
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