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MIAMIAIR_727-200_N803MA_JFK_0100_JP_MAIN_small.jpg
MIAMIAIR_727-200_N803MA_JFK_0100_JP_MAIN_small.jpgKodachrome 64 slide
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AMERIJET_727_N794AJ_MIA_105D_JP_small1.jpg
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SINGAPORECARGO_747-400F_9V-SFD_LAX_0299_JP_MAIN_small.jpg
SINGAPORECARGO_747-400F_9V-SFD_LAX_0299_JP_MAIN_small.jpgKodachrome 64 slide
AVENSA_727-200_YV-94C_MIA_0197_JP_MAIN_small.jpg
AVENSA_727-200_YV-94C_MIA_0197_JP_MAIN_small.jpgKodachrome 64 slide
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CONTINENTAL_737-300_N14383_LGA_0396_MAIN_JP_small.jpgKodachrome 64 slide
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ATA_727-200_N780AT_JFK_0999_JP_small.jpgKodachrome 64 slide
AEROPOSTAL_727_N79749_MIA_0106_JP_small.jpg
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PETERNYGARD_727-100_VP-BPZ_FLL_1014B_JP_small.jpg
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FALCONAIR_727_N54348_MIA_0106E_JP_small.jpg
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BCAD-FEDEX_727-200F_N235FE_FLL_0115E_JP_small1.jpg
BCAD-FEDEX_727-200F_N235FE_FLL_0115E_JP_small1.jpgBroward County Aviation Department 727 donated by Fedex
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AMERICAN_727-200_N598AJ_MIA_0116_1_JP_small.jpg
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CARGOJET_727-200F_C-JCJV_EWR_0915_4_JP_small.jpg
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AMERIJET_727-200_N794AJ_FLL_1015_JP_small.jpg
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BCADEXPRESS_727-200_N235FE_FLL_1014_JP_small.jpg
BCADEXPRESS_727-200_N235FE_FLL_1014_JP_small.jpgThe beautiful Broward County Aviation Department 727 donated by FedEx for training sits on the Northwest side of the field
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CARNIVAL_727-200_N8861E_JFK_1097_JP_MAIN_small.jpg
CARNIVAL_727-200_N8861E_JFK_1097_JP_MAIN_small.jpgKodachrome 64 slide
AMERIJET_727_N604AJ_MIA_0105D_JP_small.jpg
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AMERIJET_727-200_N128NA_MIA_1008_JP_small.jpg
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MEXICO-AF_3506_OPF_0112_JP_small.jpg
MEXICO-AF_3506_OPF_0112_JP_small.jpgThe 727 inside the hangar is also Mexican government in the non-military white scheme
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ASSOCIATEDAIRCARGO_727-200_5N-BHV_MIA_0110_JP_small2.jpg
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KINGFISHER_A321_VT-KFR_BOM_1107C_JP_small.jpg
KINGFISHER_A321_VT-KFR_BOM_1107C_JP_small.jpgBusy morning at Bombay. Kingfisher A321, followed by Finnair A340, Indian A320 and in the background a couple of Air India Express 737-800's and a JET Airways 777-300. Oh, and the Kingfisher 727-100 corporate jet
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AEROSUR_727-200_CP-2515_MIA_1009_JP_small2.jpgThis Aerosur (Bolivia) 727 was operating flights to Havana several times a day from Miami
AMERIJET_727_N804AJ_MIA_0105_JP_small2.jpg
AMERIJET_727_N804AJ_MIA_0105_JP_small2.jpg
SERVIVENSA_727-100_YV-763C_MIA_0196_TAKE1_JP_small.jpg
SERVIVENSA_727-100_YV-763C_MIA_0196_TAKE1_JP_small.jpgServivensa 727-100 on final approach for the South side of MIA, while American 727-200 is seen on final approach on the North side

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EASTERN_727-200_N834EA_LGA_0191_TAKE2_JP_small.jpgOne of my favorite photos in the collection, Eastern 727-200 flaring to land on runway 22 at LaGuardia, photographed New Year's Day 1991 in the bitter cold... Unfortunately, shortly after this photo was taken, Eastern went bankrupt.

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CARGOJET_727-200F_C-FCJV_EWR_0515D_jP_small.jpg
AVENSA_727-200_YV-96C_JFK_1196_JP_MAIN_small2.jpg
AVENSA_727-200_YV-96C_JFK_1196_JP_MAIN_small2.jpgKodachrom 64 slide
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KITTYHAWK_727-200F_N90AX_EWR_1000_JP2_small2.jpgKodachrome 64 slide
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VIASA_727-200_YV-128C_MIA_0193_JP_MAIN_small.jpgKodachrome 64 Slide
AMERIJET_727-200F_N495AJ_MIA_1211F_JP_small2.jpg
AMERIJET_727-200F_N495AJ_MIA_1211F_JP_small2.jpg
AMERICAWEST_757-200_N904AW_EWR_0797_MAIN_JP_small.jpg
AMERICAWEST_757-200_N904AW_EWR_0797_MAIN_JP_small.jpgKodachrome 64 slide
PETERNYGARD_727-100_VP-BPZ_FLL_1014_JP_small.jpg
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KITTYHAWK-CARGO_727_N6806_MIA_0104e_JP_small.jpg
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AEROCOSTARICA_727-200_N354PA_MIA_0193_JP2_small.jpg
AEROCOSTARICA_727-200_N354PA_MIA_0193_JP2_small.jpgVery hard to scan Kodachrome 64 slide
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ATA_SJU_1297_JP_small.jpgKodachrome 64 slide
TWA_727-200_N64347_JFK_0397_JP_small.jpg
TWA_727-200_N64347_JFK_0397_JP_small.jpgKodachrome 64 slide
NORTHWEST_727-200_N289US_LGA_0498_jP_small.jpg
NORTHWEST_727-200_N289US_LGA_0498_jP_small.jpgKodachrome 64 slide
FALCONAIR_727-200_MIA_105B_JP_small1.jpg
FALCONAIR_727-200_MIA_105B_JP_small1.jpg
DOMINICANA_727-200_HI1606CA_JFK_0992_JP_small1.jpg
DOMINICANA_727-200_HI1606CA_JFK_0992_JP_small1.jpgKodachrome 64 slide
TURKISH_A310_TC-JDC_JFK_0491_jP_small.jpg
TURKISH_A310_TC-JDC_JFK_0491_jP_small.jpgEktachrome 100 slide
NORTHWEST_727-200_N286US_MIA_0193_JP_small.jpg
NORTHWEST_727-200_N286US_MIA_0193_JP_small.jpgKodachrome 64 slide
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AMERICAN_727-200_N6822_ORD_0698_JP_small.jpgKodachrome 64 slide
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AMERICAN_727-200_N982AA_SJU_1297C_JP_small.jpgKodachrome 64 slide
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AMERIJET_727-200_N905AJ_MIA_1013B_JP_small.jpg
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FALCONAIR_727-200_MIA_106_JP_HDR_small.jpg
FALCONAIR_727-200_MIA_106_JP_HDR_small.jpgAlicia & Ann Marie
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PRIVATE_727-200_M-STAR_JFK_0713D_JP_small.jpg
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WORLDPORT_JFK_1290_JP__TAKE1_small.jpgPhotographed from the old tower

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AMERIJET_727-200_N395AJ_MIA_1013_JP_small.jpg
AMERIJET_727-200_N395AJ_MIA_1013_JP_small.jpg
CANADIAN_737-200_C-GGPW_LGA_1095_JP_MAIN_small.jpg
CANADIAN_737-200_C-GGPW_LGA_1095_JP_MAIN_small.jpgKodachrome 64 slide
MIAAIRPORT_727-200F_MIA_0114_JP_small.jpg
MIAAIRPORT_727-200F_MIA_0114_JP_small.jpgThis former Fedex 727 is owned by Miami International Airport and will be used for training
ATA_727-200_N785AT_JFK_0698_JP_MAIN_small.jpg
ATA_727-200_N785AT_JFK_0698_JP_MAIN_small.jpgATA 727-200 blasts out of runway 13R on a beautiful June afternoon in New York. Very difficult to process Kodachrome slide, hence not the best color rendition

Kodachrome 64 slide
TWA_727-200_N54350_JFK_1095_JP_MAIN_small.jpg
TWA_727-200_N54350_JFK_1095_JP_MAIN_small.jpgKodachrome 64 slide
MIAMIAIR_727-200_N808MA_MIA_0193_MAIN_JP_small.jpg
MIAMIAIR_727-200_N808MA_MIA_0193_MAIN_JP_small.jpgPhotographed on my first ever trip to Miami 21 years ago

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BRITISHAIRWAYS_747-400_G-BNLH_SFO_0899_JP_MAIN_small.jpgPlenty of Boeing and McDonnell Douglas action in this one...

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LASCOLOMBIA_727-200F_HK-4354_1208H_JP_small.jpg
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AMERIJET_727-200_MIA_1013F_JP_small.jpg
AMERIJET_727-200_MIA_1013F_JP_small.jpgAmerijet 727-200F on final approach to runway 9 @ MIA
FEDEX_727-200F_N277FE_MIA_1012B_JP_small.jpg
FEDEX_727-200F_N277FE_MIA_1012B_JP_small.jpgMy tribute to the last Fedex 727 ops. This Fedex 727 was donated to Miami Dade County for training purposes
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CONTINENTALEXPRESS_EMB145_N14972_EWR_0501_JP_small.jpgEvenings at Newark are always busy, as evidenced by this May 2001 photo showing 3 airplanes headed to runway 22R for departure, which the American 727 is performing

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LUFTHANSA_727-200_D-ABKT_JFK_1090B_JP_small.jpgI was 18 when I photographed this Lufthansa 727-200 @ JFK. At the time I was amazed that a Lufthansa 727 was actually at JFK! -I've been told by a friend that it was carrying the Sultan of Brunei's sister on a U.S. shopping expedition

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AECACARGA_727-100F_HC-BRF_MIA_0194B_JP_small.jpgKodachrome 64 slide
PETERNYGARD_727-100_VP-BPZ_LAX_1109B_JP_small.jpg
PETERNYGARD_727-100_VP-BPZ_LAX_1109B_JP_small.jpgBeautiful Peter Nygard 727-100 rests overnight at LAX with Raytheon & Boeing buildings seen behind it
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AIRJAMAICA_727-200_N123NA_EWR_1096_TAKE1_JP_small.jpgThis was a very difficult slide to process, but this amazing color scheme and this amazing airplane simply must be shared...

Air Jamaica 727-200 (operated by Nations Air) slows down on EWR's runway 4R, after arriving from Montego Bay

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MIDWAY_F100_N106ML_LGA_1096_JP_small.jpgKodachrome 64 slide
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NORTHWEST_727-200_N720RC_DTW_0797_JP_small.jpgKodachrome 64 slide
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MEXICANA_A320_N347TM_LAX_1204_JP_small.jpgMexicana A320 about to touch down on runway 25L as Southwest 737-700 is seen on the North complex on final approach to runway 24R. In the background are American 767-200 and Kitty Hawk 727-200F
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PLATINUMAIR_727-200_OPF_0109_JP_small.jpgThis Brazilian 727 awaits its turn with the unfortunate ax...
VARIG_777-200_PP-VRC_MIA_0205_JP_small.jpg
VARIG_777-200_PP-VRC_MIA_0205_JP_small.jpgShown in this photo is Concourse J in February 2005 as construction was well under way
AMERICAN_727-200_N701AA_JFK_1090_JP_small.jpg
AMERICAN_727-200_N701AA_JFK_1090_JP_small.jpgNote the beautiful World Trade Center towers on the left side of the photo...
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LAKER_727-200_N745US_FLL_0193_JP_small.jpgKodachrome 64 slide
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AMERICAN_727-200_MIA_0199_JP_small2.jpgKodachrome 64 slide
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AIRFRANCE_747-200_F-BPVT_SFO_0899_JP_small.jpgAir France 747-200 departs SFO's runway 28R on a late August evening. In the background is a treasure trove of cargo-hauling beauties including EVA Air Cargo MD11F, American International DC8F, Kitty Hawk L1011F and Kitty Hawk 727-200F

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AMERICAN_727-200_N895AA_JFK_0191_JP_small.jpgAmerican 727-200 departs on runway 4L. In the background we see the new tower at JFK under construction. On the IAB ramp we have two El Al 747-200's, Air France Concorde, Varig 747-300, Zambia DC10

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PLANET_727-200_N79745_JFK_1202_JP_MAIN_small.jpg
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FALCONAIR_727_N54348_MIA_0106B_JP_small.jpg
FALCONAIR_727_N54348_MIA_0106B_JP_small.jpgAlicia sits at J overflow as J concourse is seen under construction (October 2006)
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NORTHWEST_727-200_N204US_MAX_1106_JP_small.jpg
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CAPITALCARGO_727_N898AA_FLL_0204_JP_small.jpg
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NORTHWEST_727-200_MAX_0905_JP_small.jpg
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T4_JFK_0503_JP_small.jpgTACA A320 at gate 29, Champion Air 727 at gate 31. North American 767-300 at hardstand, El Al 747-400 taxiing out on taxiway Kilo with Delta Connection Dornier 328 jet looking on from Delta's T3 ramp
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VARIG_MD11_PP-VTK_MIA_0105_JP_small.jpgVarig MD11, Aerolineas Argentinas A340 and Falcon Air 727 are parked at J Concourse while it was still under construction
AEROSUR_727-200_CP-2515_MIA_1009B_JP_small.jpg
AEROSUR_727-200_CP-2515_MIA_1009B_JP_small.jpgI rarely ever shoot into the sun, but for an exotic 727 from Bolivia, you do what you have to do...
AMERIJET_727-200F_N495AJ_MIA_1211F_JP_small.jpg
AMERIJET_727-200F_N495AJ_MIA_1211F_JP_small.jpgSuch a beautiful airplane, sadly, almost extinct now at U.S. and European airports...
NORTHWEST_727-200_N204US_MAX_0905_JP_small.jpg
NORTHWEST_727-200_N204US_MAX_0905_JP_small.jpgNorthwest 727's left to be cannibalized and eventually cut up into scrap metal. Sad sight...
DHL_727-200_HP-1310_DAE_MIA_0197_JP_TAKE1small.jpg
DHL_727-200_HP-1310_DAE_MIA_0197_JP_TAKE1small.jpgThe building behind the 727 no longer exists. The airplanes don't exist anymore either! -Kodachrome slide scan
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LAB_727_CP-1367_MIA_1006_JP_small.jpgThe 727 is one of the most loved airplanes for aviation aficionados such as myself. This particular one is just oh so beautiful... -The operator is LAB of Bolivia. Some of the most beautiful color schemes on airplanes have originated in Bolivia. It is most unfortunate that in March 2012, just a day after I uploaded this photo, we lost Aerosur and "Sharko"
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ALLIEDAIR-CARGO_727_5N-RKY_MIA_01_JP_small.jpg
ALLIEDAIR-CARGO_727_5N-RKY_MIA_01_JP_small.jpgThis nicely painted 727 is taxiing out for the long flight to Lagos, Nigeria after complete overhaul at MIA (not sure if the flight was nonstop)
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DHL_727_MIA_1006B_JP.jpgDHL Panama 727 on finals for rwy 9 at MIA. The DHL Panama 727 fleet has since been replaced by 757s
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policiafederal727PF-401MIA111.jpgThis former Policia Federal Mexico (I think it was a prisoner transporter for the Mexican government) is about to be converted into a freighter. Look at the prep work already done to cut out the front left fuselage to create a cargo door
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planet727JFK1102.jpgThe rear end of a 727-200 shown here
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aeopostal727N79749MIA0106.jpgPhotographed departing MIA with the last useable light, this Aeropostal 727, previously with Continental as witnessed by the registration is enroute to Caracas, Venezuela. In the background, the red white and blue 757 devoid of titles was previously used by the John Kerry presidential campaign
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northernaircargo721N727YKopf0109.jpgThis former Northern Air Cargo (Alaska) 727-100 sits at Opa Locka, waiting for the chopping block..
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mbi7271mia0410N400RG.jpgThis nice 727-100 was heavily upgraded with Valsan Conversion (MD80 size engines and winglets), but has been sitting in MIA for probably a good 2 years now, either waiting for a new owner or waiting for the chopping block..
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aerosur727CP-2515may10.jpgMay 2010 and we still have a passenger 727 operating in the U.S.A. -love it! This Aerosur Bolivia 727 mostly does charter flights from Miami to Havana
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peternygard_727_N727PM_JFK_0906jp.jpgThis beautiful 727-100 is owned by fashion designer Peter Nygard
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zeroG_727_n794aj_fll_dec09b.jpgThe interior of Zero G 727 is mostly made up of leather padding. Synthetic padding is not used as per FAA in case of onboard fire. Zero G is a neat 727 that takes you up to 32,000 feet and then does dives and climbs which simulates weightlesness. NASA sends their people on flights and I'm told that civilians can also go, the cost is $3,000 per person (not sure how long the flight is)
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zeroG_727_n794aj_fll_dec09.jpgZero G is a neat 727 that takes you up to 32,000 feet and then does dives and climbs which simulates weightlesness. NASA sends their people on flights and I'm told that civilians can also go, the cost is $3,000 per person (not sure how long the flight is)
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LAS-COLOMBIA_727-200F_UIO_1209jp.jpgFor sure one of the highlights of Quito is the daily LAS Colombia 727-200 service
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ECUADOR-AIRFORCE_727-200_UIO_1209jp.jpgReplacing the Ecuadorian Air Force's 727-100, which I photographed in Quito last year (12/08) is this beauty, ex TAME 727-200 with the military titles and registration
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peternygard727-100.jpgBy far the nicest color scheme I've ever seen on a 727. Making it even more special is that it's a 727-100, which is a shorter variant of the 727-200. This 727 additionally sports winglets and a Super 727 conversion, which is a huge engine upgrade (the engines look like MD80 engines, which are much bigger than typical 727 engines), in addition to the beautiful BOEING sign in the background
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dhl_727_mia_1009.jpgDHL 727-200 climbs out of runway 27L at MIA as the sun quickly sinks under the horizon
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PETERNYGARD_727-100_JFK_0909b.jpgNot sure who chartered this nice looking 727-100 with winglets to New York
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GAMBIA-GOVT_727-100_JFK_0909b.jpgOf all the nice airplanes I saw at JFK, this was probably the most rarely seen, Governemnt of Gambia 727-100. Seeing a 727 these days is neat, seeing a 727-100 these days is a treat!
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sam727UIODEC08.jpgFor my 500th photo I uploaded this special early morning Quito shot featuring an LAS Colombia 727 and the absolutely incredible jewel of Quito, the famous Cotopaxi volcano, which is over 19,000 feet high, seen here on this very clear winter morning. Note the incredible landscape on the bottom of the photo.
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lascolombia727_hk4354dec08uio.jpgPhotographed while standing on my hotel balcony- incredible. Too bad the airport is closing/relocating in 2010..
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champion727N685CA1203jfk.jpgThere's definetely a reason that just about every movie's outdoor city night scene features wet streets. Unlike Hollywood though, this photo was taken with nature's water on the ground, not water from water-tank truck. Both Champion Air and Travelspan (the 757 in the background) are history..
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platinum727PRPLQN984RT0109OPF.jpgOpa Locka is where airliners typically come in whole and go out in many pieces, either to be resold or recycled
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DHL_727_CLT_32005.jpgUnfortunately, DHL has ended all U.S. based operations
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727maxton34612sep05.jpgWhile I visit numerous major airports, I don't visit many remote, off the beaten path airports. This obscure 727-100 has been rotting for years in this airfield located in Laurinburg North Carolina, about 2 hours from Charlotte, where some airliners come for scrapping. If you have any info on this airplane please share in the comments section
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n609kwdec97sju.jpgWhile not the "real" Pan Am, still nice to see this Pan Am 727 operated by Carnival Airlines

Kodachrome 64 slide
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CHAMPIONAIR_727_N681CA_LAS_02_07small.jpgAt the time, this was the last 727 passenger operator in the U.S. Sadly, Champion Air is no longer operating, and hence no more 727 pax operations in the U.S. anymore. Like many of you, I used to dismiss TWA, Pan Am, American, Delta and US Air 727s because they were so common. Not anymore...
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CAP_727_N898AA_FLL_02_04small.jpgWhile the city of Fort Lauderdale makes for a great backdrop, most airplanes are much higher at this point in the takeoff. 727's loaded with cargo go long making this shot possible
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yv823c.jpgAhh, the days of passenger 727's at U.S. airports, those were the days...
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