Aviation Photo #0491116 McDonnell Douglas DC-9-41 - Airborne Express

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Airborne DC-9-41 doing a tail stand after sloughing large sheets of ice after three day ice storm in PDX. Accumulation on some aircraft at PDX reached over two inches from nose to tail. Note the tow bar attached to the nose wheel.
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    Duke Geren
    Airborne Express
    McDonnell Douglas DC-9-41
    McDonnell Douglas DC-9 (C-9 Nightingale/Skytrain II)
    McDonnell Douglas DC-9 (C-9 Nightingale/Skytrain II)
    McDonnell Douglas
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    N952AX
    Portland - International
    Oregon
    USA
    January 9, 2004
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Comments (4)

Anonymous
15 years ago
I remember this. A bit of ice and Oregon goes chaotic! I'm glad no planes were damaged too bad.
Anonymous
15 years ago
First truly winter scene of the season!What a start! ;)
Anonymous
13 years ago
Why are the reverse thrust flaps extended?
Alaska, USA
5 years ago
ouch

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