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Photo ID: 0188160
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Boeing 767-223/ER
Boston - General Edward Lawrence Logan International (BOS / KBOS)
USA - Massachusetts, November 15, 1999
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N334AA (cn 22332/169) This same plane (seen arriving at its gate) leaving from this very Airport, was deliberately crashed into World Trade Center tower one in NYC on September 11, 2001.
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Photo ID: 0188161
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American Airlines
Boeing 767-223/ER
Boston - General Edward Lawrence Logan International (BOS / KBOS)
USA - Massachusetts, November 15, 1999
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N334AA (cn 22332/169) This same plane, leaving from this very Airport, was deliberately crashed into World Trade Center tower one in NYC on September 11, 2001.
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Photo ID: 0179151
Views: 34062
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American Airlines
Boeing 767-223/ER
Boston - General Edward Lawrence Logan International (BOS / KBOS)
USA - Massachusetts, April 18, 2000
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N334AA (cn 22332/169) Editor's note: This aircraft (as flight 11) was deliberately crashed into the World Trade Center building 1 in New York on September 11, 2001 after being hijacked by terrorists.
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Photo ID: 0053267
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Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress (299P)
Manchester (MHT / KMHT)
USA - New Hampshire, October 12, 1989
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N9563Z / 297400/K/E (cn 32204) "Fuddy Duddy", ex 44-83563, Douglas built, painted as USAAF 297400/E/K. Was a VB-17G and firetanker before restoration. It is one of only 9 Flying Fortresses still flying today. If an Airshow comes to your area go see it. For it is one of the most classic and historical planes ever built! Over 5000 of these and their crews were lost to enemy fire during missions above Europe in World War 2. They helped win a war and preserve the freedoms we have today!
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Photo ID: 0032605
Views: 16084
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Air France
Aerospatiale-BAC Concorde
Boston - General Edward Lawrence Logan International (BOS / KBOS)
USA - Massachusetts, May 1974
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F-WTSA (cn 02) The first visit of the Concorde to Boston - before it began regular flights to the USA. It had British Airways colors on the other side.
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Photo ID: 0053084
Views: 15002
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Northrop F-20A Tigershark
Boston - General Edward Lawrence Logan International (BOS / KBOS)
USA - Massachusetts, June 15, 1983
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82-0062 / 339 (cn GG1001) A prototype of the new Northrop F20 fighter jet visits Logan Airport during the Summer of 1983 (note Control Tower in background). Only 3 were ever built and just 1 survives today at the Los Angeles County Museum of Science. Due to lack of overseas sales further developement was terminated in November of 1986. Total project cost at that point was a staggering $1.2 billion dollars, the most expensive commercial venture ever!
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Photo ID: 1705501
Views: 10183
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Eastern Air Lines
Boeing 727-225/Adv(F)
Boston - General Edward Lawrence Logan International (BOS / KBOS)
USA - Massachusetts, April 26, 1987
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N815EA (cn 22552/1773) Seen here with its first employer - Eastern Airlines - this 727 (delivered Oct. 1981 and still flying) is closing in on 30 years of service. An impressive milestone indeed.
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Photo ID: 0032604
Views: 9774
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British Airways
Aerospatiale-BAC Concorde
Boston - General Edward Lawrence Logan International (BOS / KBOS)
USA - Massachusetts, May 1974
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F-WTSA (cn 02) The first visit of the Concorde to Boston - before it began regular flights to the USA. It had Air France colors on the other side.
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Photo ID: 0033672
Views: 7973
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American Eagle
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Boston - General Edward Lawrence Logan International (BOS / KBOS)
USA - Massachusetts, August 12, 1987
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N101AE An American Eagle awaits its next flight as a pair of DC-10's, Sabena and American Airlines tower over it.
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