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“Airplane Portrait Shots”

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Photo ID: 1768637
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Pan American World Airways - Pan Am
McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10
New York - John F. Kennedy International (Idlewild) (JFK / KJFK)
USA - New York, November 1982
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N69NA (cn 46942/162) Taken as dusk falls, appropriately enough from the Pan Am Worldport of course. National Airlines received N69NA fresh off the line in 6.75, merging into PA in 1.80. Went to American as N161AA in 11.83 and bought by Omni Air in 11.97. Converted to firebomber and active as N450AX with "10 Tanker Air Carrier" titles.
Richard Vandervord
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Photo ID: 1010919
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Grand Canyon Airlines
De Havilland Canada DHC-6-300 Twin Otter/VistaLiner
Grand Canyon - Grand Canyon National Park (GCN / KGCN)
USA - Arizona, August 6, 1985
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N76GC (cn 248) Destroyed in a mid-air collision with Bell 206B JetRanger N6TC while both were on sightseeing flights over the Grand Canyon on June 18, 1986. Previous regn was N386EX.
Bob Garrard
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Photo ID: 0046322
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Mayse Air Service
Ryan B-1 Brougham
Winslow - Lindbergh Regional (INW / KINW)
USA - Arizona, 1929
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N5216 (cn 104) First plane to land at Winslow Municipal Airport flown by Charles Lindbergh, technical advisor for TAT (now TWA). Lindbergh is the tall man with dark jacket under wing. Photo taken by my father, Will Miley on July 8, 1929.
Ted Miley
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