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TAB_MD10F_CP-2791_MIA_1016_56_JP_small.jpgVery heavy departure to La Paz
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HIFLY_A330-200_CS-TFZ_MIA-JFK_MAIN_JP_small.jpgThe difference between Miami and New York are literally night and day (no pun intended). HiFly (Portugal) A330-200 seen in New York Jan 2015 around 25 degrees (operating for Norwegian) and 10 months later in Miami in 75 degrees (operating for Santa Barbara Venezuela)
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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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