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Photo ID: 2250347
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Trans International Airlines - TIA
Douglas DC-8-51
London - Gatwick (LGW / EGKK)
UK - England, July 23, 1966
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N8008D (cn 45252/1) The prototype DC-8 which first flew in Series 11 form on 30 May 1958. Converted to Series 51 first flying on 20 December 1960. Operated by TIA from June 1962 until sale to Delta in October 1967.
R.A.Scholefield
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Photo ID: 1835693
Views: 7062
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Delta Air Lines
Douglas DC-8-51
New York - John F. Kennedy International (Idlewild) (JFK / KJFK)
USA - New York, October 1978
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N8008D (cn 45252/1) I still remember the good old days when I could spend the entire day taking pictures from the old Pan Am terminal parking lot at JFK. Here, I was fortunate to photograph the #1 DC8 on a crisp fall day in 1978
Jay Selman - AirlinersGallery
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Photo ID: 1640382
Views: 4859
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Douglas DC-8-51
Marana - Pinal Airpark (Silver Bell AHP / Marana AFB / AAF) (MZJ)
USA - Arizona, October 9, 1987
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XA-DOE (cn 45252/1) Despite its historical significance as the very first jet airliner built by Douglas, "Ship One" was broken up at Marana in 2001.
Fergal Goodman
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Photo ID: 1048380
Views: 5520
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Douglas DC-8-51
Marana - Pinal Airpark (Silver Bell AHP / Marana AFB / AAF) (MZJ)
USA - Arizona, November 13, 1987
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XA-DOE (cn 45252/1) Final resting place for the first ever built DC-8 in this world. Registrations used by this airframe: N8008D, CF-CPN, XA-DOE [Canon AE-1 + K64 Slide]
Johan Ljungdahl
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Photo ID: 1009142
Views: 11621
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Delta Air Lines
Douglas DC-8-51
Dayton - James M. Cox Dayton International (DAY / KDAY)
USA - Ohio, September 1977
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N8008D (cn 45252/1) Pushback from the gate of this very unique plane. View from rooftop observation deck. Wow was I lucky to catch this one.
Ellis M. Chernoff
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Photo ID: 1002634
Views: 8276
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Douglas DC-8-51
Marana - Pinal Airpark (Silver Bell AHP / Marana AFB / AAF) (MZJ)
USA - Arizona, April 24, 1991
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XA-DOE (cn 45252/1) This is the DC-8 prototype. First flight May 30, 1958. Still in basic Aeromexico colors.
Felix Goetting
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Photo ID: 0626927
Views: 14098
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Delta Air Lines
Douglas DC-8-51
Dayton - James M. Cox Dayton International (DAY / KDAY)
USA - Ohio, September 1977
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N8008D (cn 45252/1) I almost missed this one! Unique features on this plane include the pylons from the original prototype turbojet configuration and only 2 pitot masts on the nose. Photo taken from observation deck.
Ellis M. Chernoff
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Photo ID: 0458896
Views: 12401
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Douglas DC-8-51
Marana - Pinal Airpark (Silver Bell AHP / Marana AFB / AAF) (MZJ)
USA - Arizona, October 21, 1993
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XA-DOE (cn 45252/1) This was the original prototype DC-8-11 ex N8008D, converted to DC-8-51, which was in storage at Marana for many years, sadly reports indicate that it was recently broken up.
Chris Waby
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Photo ID: 0399374
Views: 7230
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AeroMexico
Douglas DC-8-51
Los Angeles - International (LAX / KLAX)
USA - California, May 1980
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XA-DOE (cn 45252/1) This AM DC-8 is the 1st DC-8-50 built, being registered N8008D, and delivered to DL. This flight is going to Mexico City this morning. Also to CF-CPN. Broken-up at MZJ during 2001.
Frank C. Duarte Jr.
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Photo ID: 0148848
Views: 7508
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TAC Columbian
Douglas DC-8-51
Marana - Pinal Airpark (Silver Bell AHP / Marana AFB / AAF) (MZJ)
USA - Arizona, July 2, 1997
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XA-DOE (cn 45252/1) This one's special! Wearing the remnants of its former Aeromexico colors, and with TAC Colombian titles, the very first DC-8 ever built deserves a long term future
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