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Alitalia
Boeing 777-243/ER
Everett - Snohomish County / Paine Field (PAE / KPAE)
USA - Washington, November 20, 2002
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N5014K (cn 32857/424) Wearing a Boeing test reg, this will become I-DISO, the third 777 for Alitalia. However, they will need to re-paint the tail, as the color is wrong.
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Photo ID: 0004088
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Boeing
Boeing 777-367
Keflavik (KEF / BIKF)
Iceland, April 18, 1998
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N5014K (cn 27507/94) This is not an Icelandic Airliner, but the latest Boeing 777-300 prototype. It spent Saturday April 18, 1998 doing crosswind landings and take-offs at Keflavik. We know that Keflavik is windy, but evidently its fame has spread to Seattle. The aircraft is shown taking off for home on April 19, rotating at exactly 3500 feet on runway 11 as the pilots said it would.
Baldur Sveinsson
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Keflavik (KEF / BIKF)
Iceland, April 18, 1998
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N5014K (cn 27507/94) Doing one last flyby of Keflavik before flying over Reykjavik, the capital of Iceland, the 777-300 leaves with a very satisfied crew of test personnel, having landed and taken off for three hours in beautiful 20-25 knot right angle steady crosswinds the day before. Could not have been better!!
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