Photo Album: "Douglas DC-8-20 to 50 Series"

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Photo ID: 0904563
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AeroMexico
Douglas DC-8-51
Miami - International (Wilcox Field / 36th Street / Pan American Field) (MIA / KMIA)
USA - Florida, March 1984
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XA-PIK (cn 45685/204) "Veracruz" on short final into MIA with the 50th anniversary logo on the fin. Later converted to (F). Other regns include C-FFRZ, HI-588CT and HK-3816X.
Bob Garrard
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Photo ID: 1033078
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Viasa (KLM - Royal Dutch Airlines)
Douglas DC-8-53
Freetown - Lungi (FNA / GFLL)
Sierra Leone, April 1968
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PH-DCH (cn 45383/120) On 29 Jun 1968, two months after this shot was taken, the aircraft was destroyed in a hangar fire at Amsterdam.
Phil Rix
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Photo ID: 0362308
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Viasa (KLM - Royal Dutch Airlines)
Douglas DC-8-53
Amsterdam - Schiphol (AMS / EHAM)
Netherlands, September 1963
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PH-DCH (cn 45383/120) A photograph by my father. His comment: I took this picture from the visitor's promenade above the departure hall. At the time the aircraft, "Orville Wright", was leased to VIASA by KLM, hence the Dutch registration. The aircraft was destroyed in a hangar fire on June 29th 1968. During the replacement of one of main tank No.4's fuel-pumps a shortcut came about which caused a destructive fire. Five mechanics sustained major burn injuries.
Theo Mestrum Jr
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