This 1968 built DC-8 is seen at the end of another long haul charter to Gatwick. It was acquired by Point Air in 1982 then to Nationair in 1987 as C-GMXL, then in 94 being converted to freighter before lease to Buffalo N915BV. With Trans Continental as N184SK from Nov 96 and broken up in 2001. Scanned from a slide
from Aviation Safety Network: Flight JAL792 had taken off from Shanghai on 17 September 1982, at 9 minutes after takeoff, the crew heard a strange noise coming from the lower middle part of the aircraft. This was immediately followed by a hydraulic low level warning, a hydraulic reservoir air low pressure warning, a complete loss of hydraulic system pressure, abnormal flap position indications, and a complete loss of air brake pressure. The crew elected to return to Shanghai for a emergency landing. The DC-8 touched down fast on runway 36 and overran and came to rest in a drainage ditch.