5 results found
Registration / Serial:G-GCAL
Aircraft Original Type:McDonnell Douglas DC-10
Aircraft Generic Type:McDonnell Douglas DC-10 (C-10 Extender)
Aircraft Version:McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10
Operator / Titles:Cal Air
C/n (msn):46501 / 2
City / Airport:London - Gatwick (EGKK / LGW)Map
Region / Country:England, United Kingdom
Photo Date:10 April 1987
Photo by:John AllanContact
Photo ID:96150
View count: 22
Registration / Serial:G-GCAL
Aircraft Version:McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10
Operator / Titles:Cal Air
C/n (msn):46501 / 2
City / Airport:London - Gatwick (EGKK / LGW)
Photo Date:10 April 1987
Photo by:John AllanContact
Registration / Serial:N220AU
Aircraft Original Type:McDonnell Douglas DC-10
Aircraft Generic Type:McDonnell Douglas DC-10 (C-10 Extender)
Aircraft Version:McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10
Operator / Titles:Project Orbis
C/n (msn):46501 / 2
City / Airport:London - Stansted (EGSS / STN)Map
Region / Country:England, United Kingdom
Photo Date:15 July 2009
Photo by:Richard VandervordContact
Photo ID:20736
View count: 34
The second DC-10 to be built back in 1971 performed a valuable role flying worldwide as an eye hospital and was parked at Stansted for several weeks in summer 2009. Replaced by MD-10 N330AU and preserved at the Pima museum as of Nov 2016
Registration / Serial:N220AU
Aircraft Version:McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10
Operator / Titles:Project Orbis
C/n (msn):46501 / 2
City / Airport:London - Stansted (EGSS / STN)
Photo Date:15 July 2009
Photo by:Richard VandervordContact
Registration / Serial:G-GCAL
Aircraft Original Type:McDonnell Douglas DC-10
Aircraft Generic Type:McDonnell Douglas DC-10 (C-10 Extender)
Aircraft Version:McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10
Operator / Titles:Cal Air
C/n (msn):46501 / 2
City / Airport:London - Gatwick (EGKK / LGW)Map
Region / Country:England, United Kingdom
Photo Date:August 1986
Photo by:Richard VandervordContact
Photo ID:2366
View count: 38
DC-10 number two served Cal Air from 2.86 till 4.90 before going to Orbis. Ex N183AT (reg also used by ATA on a TriStar) and G-BELO
Registration / Serial:G-GCAL
Aircraft Version:McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10
Operator / Titles:Cal Air
C/n (msn):46501 / 2
City / Airport:London - Gatwick (EGKK / LGW)
Photo Date:August 1986
Photo by:Richard VandervordContact
Registration / Serial:N183AT
Aircraft Original Type:McDonnell Douglas DC-10
Aircraft Generic Type:McDonnell Douglas DC-10 (C-10 Extender)
Aircraft Version:McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10
Operator / Titles:American Trans Air - ATA
C/n (msn):46501 / 2
City / Airport:London - Gatwick (EGKK / LGW)Map
Region / Country:England, United Kingdom
Photo Date:August 1984
Photo by:Richard VandervordContact
Photo ID:1824
View count: 39
The second DC-10 to be built, first flying in 1.71 as N101AA and later N10DC - both registrations also used by the prototype. To Laker as G-BELO 6.77, ATA in 2.83 and Cal Air as G-GCAL in 2.86. Underwent conversion to hospital ship in 1991 and became well-known as the Project Orbis aircraft N220AU, now retired to the Pima collection
Registration / Serial:N183AT
Aircraft Version:McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10
Operator / Titles:American Trans Air - ATA
C/n (msn):46501 / 2
City / Airport:London - Gatwick (EGKK / LGW)
Photo Date:August 1984
Photo by:Richard VandervordContact
Registration / Serial:G-BELO
Aircraft Original Type:McDonnell Douglas DC-10
Aircraft Generic Type:McDonnell Douglas DC-10 (C-10 Extender)
Aircraft Version:McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10
Operator / Titles:Laker Airways Skytrain
C/n (msn):46501 / 2
Aircraft Name:Southern Belle
City / Airport:London - Gatwick (EGKK / LGW)Map
Region / Country:England, United Kingdom
Photo Date:1 June 1981
Photo by:Mick BajcarContact
Photo ID:1732
View count: 30
Seen getting a pushback at Gatwick. The background is typical of Gatwick at that time, showing a B.Cal Boeing 707, 3 BA Boeing 737, a Dan Air BAC 1-11, Aviogenex Tu 134 and another Laker DC 10.
Registration / Serial:G-BELO
Aircraft Version:McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10
Operator / Titles:Laker Airways Skytrain
C/n (msn):46501 / 2
City / Airport:London - Gatwick (EGKK / LGW)
Photo Date:1 June 1981
Photo by:Mick BajcarContact