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Photo ID: 2505408
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Pan American World Airways - Pan Am
Boeing 747-123(SF)
Miami - International (Wilcox Field / 36th Street / Pan American Field) (MIA / KMIA)
USA - Florida, February 1990
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N9670 (cn 20109/90) "Clipper Empress Of The Skies" is slowing down rwy 30. The B747 was built for American Airlines in 1970. In May 1984 the aircraft went to Pan Am and was converted to -123C. Later it flew for UPS and finally for Polar Air Cargo as N858FT in October 1995.
Perry Hoppe
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Photo ID: 2116548
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Pan American World Airways - Pan Am
Boeing 747-123(SF)
Frankfurt am Main (Rhein-Main AB) (FRA / FRF / EDDF)
Germany, July 2, 1990
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N9670 (cn 20109/90) "Clipper Empress of the Skies". Originally delivered to American Airlines 12/70. In service with Pan Am 5/84 - 12/91. Then sold to UPS and later to Polar Air Cargo as N858FT. [Kodachrome 64]
Marc Lehmann
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Photo ID: 1046760
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American Airlines
Boeing 747-123
London - Gatwick (LGW / EGKK)
UK - England, August 8, 1982
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N9670 (cn 20109/90) AA51 pushing back. Del AA 29/12/70. In 05/84 went to PA and converted to -123C. To UPS 03/92 and finally Polar Air Cargo as N858FT 10/95.
Tim Rees
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Photo ID: 0435498
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American Airlines
Boeing 747-123
Los Angeles - International (LAX / KLAX)
USA - California, October 1983
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N9670 (cn 20109/90) American 2 heavy on taxiway Echo approaches runway 24L for departure to JFK. First flight was December 1, 1970. Delivery date was December 29, 1970. Built as 747-123, cvt'd to 747-123F/SCD in June 1989 for CRAF - Civil Reserve Air Fleet. Other serials - N858FT with Polar Air Cargo & Arkia Leasing, and also N9670 with Pan Am as "Clipper Empress of the Skies", & Polar Air Cargo. Wears FN 670 with American Airlines. WFU by Polar Air Cargo on June 13, 2006. Stored at ROW (Roswell) in January 2007 as N858FT.
Frank C. Duarte Jr.
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Photo ID: 0241549
Views: 18578
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American Airlines
Boeing 747-123
London - Gatwick (LGW / EGKK)
UK - England, 1982
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N9670 (cn 20109/90) Aircraft being pushed back in readiness for departure on a misty morning at Gatwick
Simon Willson - AirTeamImages
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Photo ID: 0176175
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Pan American World Airways - Pan Am
Boeing 747-123
Miami - International (Wilcox Field / 36th Street / Pan American Field) (MIA / KMIA)
USA - Florida, January 1985
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N9670 (cn 20109/90) "Clipper Empress of the Skies" and L1011-500 parked on the Pan Am maintenance base with downtown Miami in the background. One of the former National hangars (behind the nose of the 74) is now being demolished to provide more ramp space (July 2001).
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