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Douglas DC-9-15RC
San Diego - International / Lindbergh Field (SAN / KSAN)
USA - California, July 1996
N29AF (cn 45826/79) Seen approaching runway 27 for departure - moving federal prisoners. Configured for 80 passengers & some cargo. First flight was December 14, 1966. Delivery date was March 7, 1967. Other serials - CF-TON with Air Canada, N8901 with Continental Als, N782TW with Ameristar Air Cargo, N229DE with Ross Avtn for U.S. Dept of Energy, and also N29AF with Air Florida, Cayman Awys, & Ross Avtn for U.S. Dept of Energy. Wears FN 29 with Ross Avtn, & FN 782 with Ameristar Air Cargo. Active as N782TW in October 2015.
Frank C. Duarte Jr.
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