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AMERICAN_DC10_N167AA_JFK_1196_JP_MAIN_small1.jpgKodachrome 64 slide
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ECUATORIANA_DC10_PP-SFB_JFK_1196C_MAIN_JP_small.jpgKodachrome 64 slide
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AIRTRAN_717_N937AT_MIA_0104_JP_small.jpgMD95
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TAB_MD10F_CP-2791_MIA_1016_56_JP_small.jpgVery heavy departure to La Paz
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CANADIAN_DC10_C-FCRD_YVR_0997_JP1_small2.jpgKodachrome 64 slide
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BRITISHAIRWAYS_DC10_G-BEBM_JFK_0595_JP_small1.jpgKodachrome 64 slide
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MARTINAIR_DC10_PH-BMT_JFK_1293_JP_TAKE1_small.jpgEctachrome 100 Slide
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NORTHWEST_DC10_N153US_LAX_0301_jP_TAKE1_small.jpgThe slide was too difficult to color correct so made it a black and white background and part of the Aviationart files

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NSW_DC10_XA-TDC_MIA_0199_JP_MAIN2_small.jpgKodachrome 64 slide
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LUFTHANSA_DC10-30_D-ADMO_JFK_1090_TAKE1_jP_small.jpgLufthansa DC10-30 flares to land on runway 31R. I was 19 years old when I took this shot in 1990.

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BIMANBANGLADESH_DC10_S2-ACR_JFK_0997_JP_small1.jpgKodachrome 64 slide
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TACA_767-300_N769TA_LAX_0400_JP_small.jpgLots of action in this April 2000 LAX south complex photo....

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NORTHWEST_DC10_N211NW_HNL_0298_JP_small.jpgKodachrome 64 slide
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NORTHWEST_DC10_N237NW_AMS_0802D_JP_small.jpgA KLM mechanic works on this Northwest DC10 in Amsterdam
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LATINAIR_DC10F_ZS-GAC_MIA_0114_JP_small.jpgFormer Gemini Air Cargo DC10 came from South Africa, being prepped for Latin Air Cargo Brazil
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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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TAB_DC10_CP2489_MIA_1013K_JP_small.jpgEven at past the 7 thousand foot marker, this DC10 was so heavy it went right by and finally rotated probably around 2 thousand feet further down the runway- amazing.
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TABCARGO_DC10F_CP-2555_MIA_0113E_JP_small.jpgProudly standing in front of this beautiful Bolivian DC10. I hope and pray that she continues to fly into Miami (this is the last DC10 operating into MIA, not counting the Fedex MD10's)
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GHANA_DC10_9G-ANE_JFK_1203_JP_small.jpgGhana Airways operated this DC10 for a short while after pulling it out of the desert. Two former operators are seen; Hawaiian's lady on the tail is visible scratched out in addition to the original registration of the original operator- American Airlines N141AA
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FEDEX_MD10_N372FE_FLL_0106_JP_small.jpg
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JAT_DC10_YU-AMT_JFK_1090_JP_small.jpg
JAT_DC10_YU-AMT_JFK_1090_JP_small.jpgThis is a photo that I was able to rescue because the original slide was full of scratches and dirt. This JAT DC10 is on final approach to runway 22L at JFK on a late October evening

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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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NORTHWEST_DC10_N237NW_AMS_0802_JP_small.jpgNorthwest DC10 undergoes heavy maintenance at KLM's maintenance facility at Amsterdam AMS
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AEROMEXICO_DC10_XA-AMR_JFK_1190_MAIN_JP_small.jpgAeromexico DC10 rotates on runway 22R. Next stop: Mexico City

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ARROWAIR_DC10_N524MD_MIA_0510_JP_small.jpg
ARROWAIR_DC10_N524MD_MIA_0510_JP_small.jpgArrow Air is sorely missed by the aviation folks down in MIA...
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WORLD_DC10_N352WL_JFK_0203_JP_small.jpgBusy morning at concourse B, Terminal 4 West side
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LAKER_DC10_N831LA_FLL_0107_MAIN_JP_small.jpgKodachrome 64 Slide
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JOE_JFK_1290_JP_small.jpgI'm 40 years old (July 2012), but people I meet at the airport these days don't believe I've been photographing at JFK since 1986! Here I am at the old IAB (now Terminal 4), December 1990 with 3 beauties behind me, Air France Concorde, UTA (France) DC10 and Air Afrique DC10. Forgive my awful cargo attire from those days...
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BIMANBANGLADESH_DC10_S2-ACQ_JFK_0905D_JP_small.jpgOne of the most exotic regular visitors to JFK was this Bangladesh Biman DC10, shown here touching down on runway 4R
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AMERICAN_DC10_N167AA_JFK_1196_MAIN_JP_small.jpgTaxiing on Zulu for 31L departure
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AOM_DC10_F-__MX_SXM_0401_TAKE1small.jpgAOM DC10 over Maho Beach in Saint Martin (nonstop from Paris!) -Kodachrome 64 slide
VARIGLOG_DC10F_PP-VMU_MIA_0108_JP_small.jpg
VARIGLOG_DC10F_PP-VMU_MIA_0108_JP_small.jpgI uploaded this photo on this day because yesterday, Varig Log ceased operations... Too bad.
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FEDEX_DC10_JFK_0112F_JP_small.jpgVery special photo. Fedex DC10 departs rwy 31L as the new Freedom Tower is seen under construction on the bottom right. It's not the World Trade Center that's for sure, but it's nice to at least see something there now... -oh, as i'm taking this photo, the temperature with windchill factored in is about 12 degrees. Brutal.
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FEDEX_MD10_N315FE_LAX_1204_JP_.jpgOn final approach to rwy 24R, this Fedex DC10F looks like it is resting on top of the building
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CENTURIAN_DC10F_N612GC_LAX_0208_JP.jpgCenturion DC10F departing 25R, while USAirways Express CRJ900 is on finals for rwy 24R on the North side of the field. The DC10 was formerly flown by Gemini Air Cargo, hence the GC reg.
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mtadc10PP-MTAmia1010.jpgMiami is one of few recipients of cargo DC10's, which mostly operate to South American destinations
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arrowdc10N524MDmia0410.jpgSomething a bit different- color night shot converted to black & white
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easternUmia0410.jpgArrow Air DC10 pushes back, while company 757 and LAN 777F are prepped for their next journeys to South America
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nwadc10N2281mxe0905.jpgThis McDonnel Douglas DC10 rots away in Maxton until the day it is sadly cut up for scrap metal. The registration N2281 is not a Northwest registration, it was assigned by the scrapping company
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nwa744_dc10maxton.jpgMaxton Laurenberg is where some airliners land for the last time to either be chopped up quickly or sit and rot away until finally getting chopped up
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nig742_tfabaJOEPRIES1.jpg3 relics in this photo, Nigeria 747 (leased at the time from Air Atlanta Icelandic, Biman Bangladesh DC10 and Varig MD11. On top left is Southeast MD80
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lan763cc-cbj0203.jpgTypical February evening at JFK. Shown is concourse B, Terminal 4 JFK-IAT. Note the Ghana DC10 all the way out on the hardstand
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arrowdc8N791AL0107.jpgArrow Air DC8, DC10 and two Gemini Air Cargo DC10's rest on the northeast side of MIA. All 4 airplanes are now history.
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FINNAIR_A330-300_JFK_0409.jpgBrand new A330-300 for Finnair. For many years Finnair operated DC10's and MD11's to JFK, that is history now. Finnair also has A340-300's but they never make it to North America, they are used primarily to the Far East and India
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nwac10tails.jpgLike the KLM tail lineups, here is another very common morning sight in AMS Schipol
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co10hnl.jpgRotating back to the mainland from HNL's reef runway
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n160us.jpgNorthwest DC10 and Saab340 pass by the control tower at MSP.

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