Photo Album: "Modified"

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“Aircraft that have been cut, chopped or changed”

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Photo ID: 1003025
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Albarka Air
BAC 111-520FN One-Eleven
Luqa - Malta International (MLA / LMML)
Malta, February 4, 2006
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5N-BBQ (cn 230) Here seen towed across the Malta International Airport perimeter road towards the Civil Protection Dept. / International Fire & Safety School located at Hal Far (closed)Airfield. His last destination and resting place.
Mark Farrugia
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Photo ID: 0645163
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Untitled
Boeing 747-3B3
Merville - Calonne (LFQT)
France, July 27, 2004
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F-GDUA (cn 22870/573) The remains of this ex UTA Jumbo are used for training purposes at the 'Institute Aeronautique Amaury de la Grange'.
Marc Lehmann
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Photo ID: 0981894
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Flying Tigers
Boeing 747-136
San Carlos (SQL)
USA - California, November 13, 2005
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G-AWNG (cn 20269/150) This a/c was delivered to BOAC on 8th Sept, 1971. It was scrapped at Roswell in 1999. After that the nose section was trucked to SQL to be a part of the Hiller Aviation Museum. Feels good to see this angle of the B747 standing on the ground.
Manas Barooah
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Photo ID: 0434168
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Plane Boats
Boeing 307 Stratoliner
Off-Airport - Miami
USA - Florida, September 27, 2003
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N19904 (cn 1997) Formerly owned/used by Howard Hughes (bought 1939 TWA). One of 10 307s built. First high-altitude commercial and first four-engine airliner in scheduled domestic service. Total of 500 flight hours over 25 years until hurricane damage in 1964. In 1974, wings/tail off, and fuselage converted motor yacht. The “plane-boat” features twin V-8 inboards incorporating the original aircraft cockpit controls that were used to fly the plane, propelling the vessel over 20 mph. Shame or glory? I am not sure. Only in Miami!
Suresh A. Atapattu
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