A trio of DC-8s belonging to UTA, including the all cargo F-BNLD at rear left. Delivered in 1960, this early turbojet powered model became EC-CCN in 1973 and was scrapped at Palma in 1984. I once flew on an Air Canada DC-8 of similar vintage and it had no overhead bins and not even a hat rack. The passenger service panels were mounted in the seat-back facing you and hats or coats were hung in the cloak closet by the cabin attendant.
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