Photo Album: "Avianca throughout the ages"

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“A photographic history of the Colombian airline”

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Boeing 747-259BM
Stockholm - Arlanda (ARN / ESSA)
Sweden, December 14, 1982
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HK-2300 (cn 21730/372) "Cartagena de Indias" AV010 Midnight departure to Frankfurt... Del June 6, 1979
Kjell Nilsson
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Boeing 707-321B
Los Angeles - International (LAX / KLAX)
USA - California, March 1985
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HK-2015 (cn 19361/618) Seen parked on the Western Airlines ramp. She'll depart tonite as Avianca 071 heavy routing LAX-MEX-BOG. First flight was August 26, 1967. Delivery date was September 8, 1967 to Pan Am. Delivery date to Avianca was during February 1977. Other serials - N426PA with Pan Am as "Clipper Bald Eagle", and also N707LE with Million Air - delivered during November 1994. Broken-up at MIA during March 1996. See the Federal Express DC-10-10(F) across the way? That's where they use to park in 1985!
Frank C. Duarte Jr.
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Boeing 727-2H3/Adv
Philipsburg / St. Maarten - Princess Juliana (SXM / TNCM)
St. Maarten, April 1995
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HK-3480X (cn 20739/952) Photo 3 of 3...you really get a feeling for how low the approach was when compared with the short guy standing in the right of the photo (thanks Frank!).
Derek Hellmann
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