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National Airlines
McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10
Los Angeles - International (LAX / KLAX)
USA - California, October 1977
N66NA (cn 46708/62) National 42 heavy is starting her take-off roll runway 24L wearing all white fuselage with no name. Previously named "Shirley". First flight was September 15, 1972. Delivery date was October 19, 1972. Built as DC-10-10, cvt'd to DC-10-10(F) freighter, and again cvt'd to MD-10-10F freighter at VCE during April 2007. Other serials - N66NA with Pan Am - named "Clipper Sirius", and also N153AA with American Airlines and Hawaiian Airlines - named "Maui - The Valley Isle". To FedEx as N554FE named "Brett".
Frank C. Duarte Jr.
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