Just saw this photo in the Top 5 on the Front-Page, the description says:
The DC-8 is fresh out of a paint hangar and awaiting for the delivery. The aircraft was reactivated and ferried from Kingman on May 26.
Date is September 2017. That Frame is now over 47 years old, delivered in 1970 to Trans International Airlines.
Why would anyone bring a DC-8 back into Service in 2017? Aren't there much newer, more capable and less fuel-thirsty second-hand frames available these days? 762s ,763s, old 777s, classic 737s, old A320s and A330s. Perhaps even old 757s or did they all get picked up?