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). This Tristar suffered a compressor stall in engine #1 during the take-off run for a Dutch Caribbean Airlines Amsterdam-Curaçao flight. The scene here is a few seconds later, showing the subsequent high-energy Rejected Take-Off (RTO) on rwy 24, causing significant damage to the landing gear. The aircraft was stored for repairs, but a second attempt three weeks later saw a repeat of the problem. It then remained stored at Schiphol for three years, until ferried to Lissabon on 20 July 2007, and on to Victorville, CA a month later for continued storage. In Jan 2014 it was acquired by TriStar History and Preservation Inc. and reregd to N91011, then sold to Orbital Sciences Corp. in April 2018.