Ex Air Afrique, had just been re-assembled following transport by boat and road from Luxembourg to this location in the Leeghwaterpark in Purmerend. It is now seen here being prepared for use as a pancake restaurant, carrying "Intralux" titles. The restaurant was abandoned in the 1990s and the aircraft set on fire by vandals several times between 29 July 1998 and 31 December 1999. This caused too much damage, and it was eventually broken up for scrap on 23 August 2000.
Ex PH-DCO, N121GA shows the colours of is final operator under Dutch registry, ALM Antillean Airlines. It passed through several hands in the US before being converted to a freighter and sold to ARCA Colombia as HK-3746X
PH-DCK sporting PAL stickers for the service to Manila, then Singapore where it became a KLM flight to Amsterdam. It was leased to Viasa as YV-132C in 1976. While on lease to Viasa was sold to International Air Leases.
PH-DCM had KLM livery on the port side and Viasa on the right side. It also flew Philippine Airlines services into Sydney. It is not known if this photo was the weekly KLM service to Sydney or one of the PAL services that switched to a KLM flight number at Singapore. KLM services out of Sydney stopped at Manila in 1969, as they had done since the days of the Super Constellation. By 1971 the need for speed saw KLM's now twice weekly DC-8-63 service go directly to Singapore. -DCM became YV-C-VIG with Viasa in 1974.