963 results found
Registration / SerialZS-AFD
Aircraft Original TypeJunkers Ju 52
Aircraft Generic TypeJunkers Ju 52
Aircraft VersionJunkers Ju 52/3mge
C/n (msn)5236
Operator / TitlesSouth African Airways / Suid-Afrikaanse Lugdiens
Aircraft NameSir Benjamin d'Urban
City / AirportJohannesburg - Rand (FAGM / QRA)Map
CountrySouth Africa
Photo DateApril 1935 to December 1935
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South African Airways was formed in 1934, coming under South African Railways & Harbours (SAR&H) administration. The title in Afrikaans is S.A. Lugdiens (S.A.S. en H.) on the port side of the nose. The aircraft name is below the titles. The construction number is according to German sources. Photo from: DRISA
Registration / SerialZS-AFD
Aircraft VersionJunkers Ju 52/3mge
C/n (msn)5236
Operator / TitlesSouth African Airways / Suid-Afrikaanse Lugdiens
City / AirportJohannesburg - Rand (FAGM / QRA)Map
Photo DateApril 1935 to December 1935
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Registration / SerialZS-AFD
Aircraft Original TypeJunkers Ju 52
Aircraft Generic TypeJunkers Ju 52
Aircraft VersionJunkers Ju 52/3mge
C/n (msn)5236
Operator / TitlesSouth African Airways / Suid-Afrikaanse Lugdiens
Aircraft NameSir Benjamin d'Urban
City / AirportJohannesburg - Rand (FAGM / QRA)Map
CountrySouth Africa
Photo DateApril 1935 to December 1935
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South African Airways was formed in 1934, coming under South African Railways & Harbours (SAR&H) administration. The title in Afrikaans is S.A. Lugdiens (S.A.S. en H.) on the port side of the nose. The aircraft name is below the titles. The construction number is according to German sources. Photo from: DRISA
Registration / SerialZS-AFD
Aircraft VersionJunkers Ju 52/3mge
C/n (msn)5236
Operator / TitlesSouth African Airways / Suid-Afrikaanse Lugdiens
City / AirportJohannesburg - Rand (FAGM / QRA)Map
Photo DateApril 1935 to December 1935
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Registration / SerialVH-EAG
Aircraft Original TypeBoeing 707
Aircraft Generic TypeBoeing 707-300 (C-18/C-137/E-3/E-6/E-8)
Aircraft VersionBoeing 707-338C
C/n (msn)19627 / 707
Operator / TitlesQantas
Aircraft NameCity of Hobart
City / AirportMelbourne - Tullamarine (YMML / MEL)Map
Region / CountryVictoria, Australia
Photo DateDecember 1971
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VH-EAG fitted with a fifth engine pod. The need to transport spare engines in pods ended with the 747/DC-10/L-1011 generation of airliners, largely due to the availability of 747 freighters to carry them internally. Photo by David Caughey
Registration / SerialVH-EAG
Aircraft VersionBoeing 707-338C
C/n (msn)19627 / 707
Operator / TitlesQantas
City / AirportMelbourne - Tullamarine (YMML / MEL)Map
Photo DateDecember 1971
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Registration / SerialVH-EAG
Aircraft Original TypeBoeing 707
Aircraft Generic TypeBoeing 707-300 (C-18/C-137/E-3/E-6/E-8)
Aircraft VersionBoeing 707-338C
C/n (msn)19627 / 707
Operator / TitlesQantas
Aircraft NameCity of Hobart
City / AirportMelbourne - Tullamarine (YMML / MEL)Map
Region / CountryVictoria, Australia
Photo DateDecember 1971
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VH-EAG fitted with a fifth engine pod. The need to transport spare engines in pods ended with the 747/DC-10/L-1011 generation of airliners, largely due to the availability of 747 freighters to carry them internally. Photo by David Caughey
Registration / SerialVH-EAG
Aircraft VersionBoeing 707-338C
C/n (msn)19627 / 707
Operator / TitlesQantas
City / AirportMelbourne - Tullamarine (YMML / MEL)Map
Photo DateDecember 1971
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Registration / SerialG-ALZK
Aircraft Original TypeDe Havilland D.H. 106 Comet
Aircraft Generic TypeDe Havilland D.H. 106 Comet
Aircraft VersionDe Havilland D.H. 106 Comet 1
C/n (msn)6002
Operator / TitlesBOAC
City / AirportJohannesburg - Palmietfontein (closed)Map
CountrySouth Africa
Photo DateJuly 1951
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The second prototype Comet during proving flights. Note the large single mainwheels and the square cabin windows. Palmietfontein served as a temporary airport for Johannesburg. Photo from: DRISA
Registration / SerialG-ALZK
Aircraft VersionDe Havilland D.H. 106 Comet 1
C/n (msn)6002
Operator / TitlesBOAC
City / AirportJohannesburg - Palmietfontein (closed)Map
Photo DateJuly 1951
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Registration / SerialG-ALZK
Aircraft Original TypeDe Havilland D.H. 106 Comet
Aircraft Generic TypeDe Havilland D.H. 106 Comet
Aircraft VersionDe Havilland D.H. 106 Comet 1
C/n (msn)6002
Operator / TitlesBOAC
City / AirportJohannesburg - Palmietfontein (closed)Map
CountrySouth Africa
Photo DateJuly 1951
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The second prototype Comet during proving flights. Note the large single mainwheels and the square cabin windows. Palmietfontein served as a temporary airport for Johannesburg. Photo from: DRISA
Registration / SerialG-ALZK
Aircraft VersionDe Havilland D.H. 106 Comet 1
C/n (msn)6002
Operator / TitlesBOAC
City / AirportJohannesburg - Palmietfontein (closed)Map
Photo DateJuly 1951
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Registration / SerialVH-RUN
Aircraft Original TypeDe Havilland D.H. 104 Dove
Aircraft Generic TypeDe Havilland D.H. 104 Dove (Devon)
Aircraft VersionDe Havilland D.H. 104 Dove 5
C/n (msn)04091
City / AirportDarwin - International (YPDN / DRW)Map
Region / CountryNorthern Territory, Australia
Photo DateSeptember 1969
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VH-RUN at Darwin after repainting ahead of being transferred to the Solomon Islands register as VP-PAL. Owned by Solair. Photo by Doug Leaver
Registration / SerialVH-RUN
Aircraft VersionDe Havilland D.H. 104 Dove 5
C/n (msn)04091
City / AirportDarwin - International (YPDN / DRW)Map
Photo DateSeptember 1969
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Registration / SerialVH-RUN
Aircraft Original TypeDe Havilland D.H. 104 Dove
Aircraft Generic TypeDe Havilland D.H. 104 Dove (Devon)
Aircraft VersionDe Havilland D.H. 104 Dove 5
C/n (msn)04091
City / AirportDarwin - International (YPDN / DRW)Map
Region / CountryNorthern Territory, Australia
Photo DateSeptember 1969
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VH-RUN at Darwin after repainting ahead of being transferred to the Solomon Islands register as VP-PAL. Owned by Solair. Photo by Doug Leaver
Registration / SerialVH-RUN
Aircraft VersionDe Havilland D.H. 104 Dove 5
C/n (msn)04091
City / AirportDarwin - International (YPDN / DRW)Map
Photo DateSeptember 1969
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Registration / SerialHB-XIB
Aircraft Original TypeAerospatiale SA-315/318 Alouette II
Aircraft Generic TypeAerospatiale SA-315/318 Alouette II Astazou/Lama
Aircraft VersionAerospatiale SA-315B Lama
C/n (msn)2531
Operator / TitlesAir Glaciers
City / AreaJungfrau [ Off-Airport ]
CountrySwitzerland
Photo Date1985
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Lifting a glider near the Jungfrau. Photo by: Dieter Enz / ETH-Bibliothek Zürich
Registration / SerialHB-XIB
Aircraft VersionAerospatiale SA-315B Lama
C/n (msn)2531
Operator / TitlesAir Glaciers
City / AreaJungfrau [ Off-Airport ]
Photo Date1985
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Registration / SerialHB-XIB
Aircraft Original TypeAerospatiale SA-315/318 Alouette II
Aircraft Generic TypeAerospatiale SA-315/318 Alouette II Astazou/Lama
Aircraft VersionAerospatiale SA-315B Lama
C/n (msn)2531
Operator / TitlesAir Glaciers
City / AreaJungfrau [ Off-Airport ]
CountrySwitzerland
Photo Date1985
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Lifting a glider near the Jungfrau. Photo by: Dieter Enz / ETH-Bibliothek Zürich
Registration / SerialHB-XIB
Aircraft VersionAerospatiale SA-315B Lama
C/n (msn)2531
Operator / TitlesAir Glaciers
City / AreaJungfrau [ Off-Airport ]
Photo Date1985
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Registration / SerialPH-ALR
Aircraft Original TypeDouglas DC-3
Aircraft Generic TypeDouglas DC-3 (C-47 Skytrain/Dakota)
Aircraft VersionDouglas DC-3-194B
C/n (msn)1939
Operator / TitlesKLM - Royal Dutch Airlines
Aircraft NameReiger
City / AirportJohannesburg - Rand (FAGM / QRA)Map
CountrySouth Africa
Photo Date19 January 1940 to 2 March 1940
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Photo ID294259Submit Correction
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PH-ALR undertook two route proving flights to South Africa, the first in December 1938 and the second in January 1940 despite the outbreak of WWII. Crew and passengers departed Amsterdam by train and boarded the aircraft in Naples which had become the European terminus of KLM's East Indies route. Note neutrality markings. Photo from: DRISA
Registration / SerialPH-ALR
Aircraft VersionDouglas DC-3-194B
C/n (msn)1939
Operator / TitlesKLM - Royal Dutch Airlines
City / AirportJohannesburg - Rand (FAGM / QRA)Map
Photo Date19 January 1940 to 2 March 1940
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Registration / SerialPH-ALR
Aircraft Original TypeDouglas DC-3
Aircraft Generic TypeDouglas DC-3 (C-47 Skytrain/Dakota)
Aircraft VersionDouglas DC-3-194B
C/n (msn)1939
Operator / TitlesKLM - Royal Dutch Airlines
Aircraft NameReiger
City / AirportJohannesburg - Rand (FAGM / QRA)Map
CountrySouth Africa
Photo Date19 January 1940 to 2 March 1940
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PH-ALR undertook two route proving flights to South Africa, the first in December 1938 and the second in January 1940 despite the outbreak of WWII. Crew and passengers departed Amsterdam by train and boarded the aircraft in Naples which had become the European terminus of KLM's East Indies route. Note neutrality markings. Photo from: DRISA
Registration / SerialPH-ALR
Aircraft VersionDouglas DC-3-194B
C/n (msn)1939
Operator / TitlesKLM - Royal Dutch Airlines
City / AirportJohannesburg - Rand (FAGM / QRA)Map
Photo Date19 January 1940 to 2 March 1940
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City / AirportRotterdam - Waalhaven (closed)Map
CountryNetherlands
Photo Date31 January 1929 to 31 October 1933
Photo fromAirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID294207Submit Correction
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The red Fokker C.II of KLM's photo flight, based here at Rotterdam. C.IIs were civilian versions of the C.I. A Dutch navy C.I, F-9, is seen in the background. PH-ABX ended up as a wind maker in a movie studio! Photo from: Nederlands Instituut voor Militaire Historie
Registration / SerialPH-ABX
Aircraft VersionFokker C.II
C/n (msn)1
Operator / TitlesKLM Fototechnische Dienst
City / AirportRotterdam - Waalhaven (closed)Map
Photo Date31 January 1929 to 31 October 1933
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City / AirportRotterdam - Waalhaven (closed)Map
CountryNetherlands
Photo Date31 January 1929 to 31 October 1933
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The red Fokker C.II of KLM's photo flight, based here at Rotterdam. C.IIs were civilian versions of the C.I. A Dutch navy C.I, F-9, is seen in the background. PH-ABX ended up as a wind maker in a movie studio! Photo from: Nederlands Instituut voor Militaire Historie
Registration / SerialPH-ABX
Aircraft VersionFokker C.II
C/n (msn)1
Operator / TitlesKLM Fototechnische Dienst
City / AirportRotterdam - Waalhaven (closed)Map
Photo Date31 January 1929 to 31 October 1933
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Registration / SerialOO-SHE
Aircraft Original TypeSikorsky S-55
Aircraft Generic TypeSikorsky S-55 (H-19/HO4S/HRS/Chickasaw)
Aircraft VersionSikorsky S-55
C/n (msn)55841
Operator / TitlesSabena
City / HeliportFlushing - Heliport (closed)Map
CountryNetherlands
Photo DateJuly 1955
Photo fromAirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID294140Submit Correction
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At the short-lived heliport near the railway terminus in Vlissingen (Flushing). Photo from: Foto Dert / Zeeuws Archief
Registration / SerialOO-SHE
Aircraft VersionSikorsky S-55
C/n (msn)55841
Operator / TitlesSabena
City / HeliportFlushing - Heliport (closed)Map
Photo DateJuly 1955
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Registration / SerialOO-SHE
Aircraft Original TypeSikorsky S-55
Aircraft Generic TypeSikorsky S-55 (H-19/HO4S/HRS/Chickasaw)
Aircraft VersionSikorsky S-55
C/n (msn)55841
Operator / TitlesSabena
City / HeliportFlushing - Heliport (closed)Map
CountryNetherlands
Photo DateJuly 1955
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At the short-lived heliport near the railway terminus in Vlissingen (Flushing). Photo from: Foto Dert / Zeeuws Archief
Registration / SerialOO-SHE
Aircraft VersionSikorsky S-55
C/n (msn)55841
Operator / TitlesSabena
City / HeliportFlushing - Heliport (closed)Map
Photo DateJuly 1955
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Registration / SerialDDR-2126
Aircraft Original TypeDFS Olympia-Meise
Aircraft Generic TypeDFS Olympia-Meise
Aircraft VersionJacobs Meise
Licence-built byLommatzsch
C/n (msn)0126
City / AirportLaucha (EDBL)Map
CountryGermany
Photo DateJune 1958
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Meise glider built in the GDR in 1957 by Lommatzsch. Deregistered in 1974. Photo by: Wolfgang Schröter / SLUB / Deutsche Fotothek
Registration / SerialDDR-2126
Aircraft VersionJacobs Meise
C/n (msn)0126
City / AirportLaucha (EDBL)Map
Photo DateJune 1958
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Registration / SerialDDR-2126
Aircraft Original TypeDFS Olympia-Meise
Aircraft Generic TypeDFS Olympia-Meise
Aircraft VersionJacobs Meise
Licence-built byLommatzsch
C/n (msn)0126
City / AirportLaucha (EDBL)Map
CountryGermany
Photo DateJune 1958
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Meise glider built in the GDR in 1957 by Lommatzsch. Deregistered in 1974. Photo by: Wolfgang Schröter / SLUB / Deutsche Fotothek
Registration / SerialDDR-2126
Aircraft VersionJacobs Meise
C/n (msn)0126
City / AirportLaucha (EDBL)Map
Photo DateJune 1958
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Registration / SerialZS-ACK
Aircraft Original TypeJunkers A 50 Junior
Aircraft Generic TypeJunkers A 50 Junior
Aircraft VersionJunkers A 50du Junior
C/n (msn)3584
Operator / TitlesSouth West African Airways - SWAA
City / AirportWindhoek - Eros (FYWE / ERS)
CountryNamibia
Photo DateFebruary 1931 to December 1935
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SWAA was run by Junkers. Their logo was a red circle with three planes within. The photo was taken at Windhoek airport, assumed to have been FYWE at this time. Photo from: Koloniales Bildarchiv / Frankfurt University
Registration / SerialZS-ACK
Aircraft VersionJunkers A 50du Junior
C/n (msn)3584
Operator / TitlesSouth West African Airways - SWAA
City / AirportWindhoek - Eros (FYWE / ERS)
Photo DateFebruary 1931 to December 1935
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Registration / SerialZS-ACK
Aircraft Original TypeJunkers A 50 Junior
Aircraft Generic TypeJunkers A 50 Junior
Aircraft VersionJunkers A 50du Junior
C/n (msn)3584
Operator / TitlesSouth West African Airways - SWAA
City / AirportWindhoek - Eros (FYWE / ERS)
CountryNamibia
Photo DateFebruary 1931 to December 1935
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SWAA was run by Junkers. Their logo was a red circle with three planes within. The photo was taken at Windhoek airport, assumed to have been FYWE at this time. Photo from: Koloniales Bildarchiv / Frankfurt University
Registration / SerialZS-ACK
Aircraft VersionJunkers A 50du Junior
C/n (msn)3584
Operator / TitlesSouth West African Airways - SWAA
City / AirportWindhoek - Eros (FYWE / ERS)
Photo DateFebruary 1931 to December 1935
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Registration / SerialZS-AGI
Aircraft Original TypeJunkers Ju 86
Aircraft Generic TypeJunkers Ju 86
Aircraft VersionJunkers Ju 86Z-7
C/n (msn)860275
Operator / TitlesSouth African Airways / Suid-Afrikaanse Lugdiens
Aircraft NameLouis Trigardt
LocationNot known
CountrySouth Africa
Photo Date1946
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South African Airways took delivery of eighteen Ju-86s. They were fitted or retrofitted to Ju 86Z-7 standard with P&W Hornet engines. The 'Ju 86Z-5' designation seems to be a modern invention. Photo from: DRISA
Registration / SerialZS-AGI
Aircraft VersionJunkers Ju 86Z-7
C/n (msn)860275
Operator / TitlesSouth African Airways / Suid-Afrikaanse Lugdiens
LocationNot known
Photo Date1946
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Registration / SerialZS-AGI
Aircraft Original TypeJunkers Ju 86
Aircraft Generic TypeJunkers Ju 86
Aircraft VersionJunkers Ju 86Z-7
C/n (msn)860275
Operator / TitlesSouth African Airways / Suid-Afrikaanse Lugdiens
Aircraft NameLouis Trigardt
LocationNot known
CountrySouth Africa
Photo Date1946
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South African Airways took delivery of eighteen Ju-86s. They were fitted or retrofitted to Ju 86Z-7 standard with P&W Hornet engines. The 'Ju 86Z-5' designation seems to be a modern invention. Photo from: DRISA
Registration / SerialZS-AGI
Aircraft VersionJunkers Ju 86Z-7
C/n (msn)860275
Operator / TitlesSouth African Airways / Suid-Afrikaanse Lugdiens
LocationNot known
Photo Date1946
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Registration / SerialG-AAUE
Aircraft Original TypeHandley Page HP-42
Aircraft Generic TypeHandley Page HP-42/HP-45
Aircraft VersionHandley Page HP-42
C/n (msn)42/2
Operator / TitlesImperial Airways
Aircraft NameHadrian
City / AirportLondon - Croydon (EGGC) (closed)Map
Region / CountryEngland, United Kingdom
Photo Date24 June 1931 to 29 May 1940
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Commandeered by the RAF as AS982 in May 1940, but lost a few months later when a gale flipped the big biplane on its back at Doncaster. Photo from: DRISA
Registration / SerialG-AAUE
Aircraft VersionHandley Page HP-42
C/n (msn)42/2
Operator / TitlesImperial Airways
City / AirportLondon - Croydon (EGGC) (closed)Map
Photo Date24 June 1931 to 29 May 1940
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Registration / SerialG-AAUE
Aircraft Original TypeHandley Page HP-42
Aircraft Generic TypeHandley Page HP-42/HP-45
Aircraft VersionHandley Page HP-42
C/n (msn)42/2
Operator / TitlesImperial Airways
Aircraft NameHadrian
City / AirportLondon - Croydon (EGGC) (closed)Map
Region / CountryEngland, United Kingdom
Photo Date24 June 1931 to 29 May 1940
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Commandeered by the RAF as AS982 in May 1940, but lost a few months later when a gale flipped the big biplane on its back at Doncaster. Photo from: DRISA
Registration / SerialG-AAUE
Aircraft VersionHandley Page HP-42
C/n (msn)42/2
Operator / TitlesImperial Airways
City / AirportLondon - Croydon (EGGC) (closed)Map
Photo Date24 June 1931 to 29 May 1940
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Registration / SerialSU-ABU
Aircraft Original TypeDe Havilland D.H. 89 Dragon Rapide
Aircraft Generic TypeDe Havilland D.H. 89 Dragon Rapide (Dominie)
Aircraft VersionDe Havilland D.H. 89 Dragon Rapide
C/n (msn)6313
Operator / TitlesMisr Airlines
Aircraft NameHeliopolis
City / AirportTel Aviv - Ben Gurion (LLBG / TLV)Map
CountryIsrael
Photo Date1936 to 1939
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The British pilot checking how the locals refuel his plane. Photo from: Library of Congress
Registration / SerialSU-ABU
Aircraft VersionDe Havilland D.H. 89 Dragon Rapide
C/n (msn)6313
Operator / TitlesMisr Airlines
City / AirportTel Aviv - Ben Gurion (LLBG / TLV)Map
Photo Date1936 to 1939
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Registration / SerialSU-ABU
Aircraft Original TypeDe Havilland D.H. 89 Dragon Rapide
Aircraft Generic TypeDe Havilland D.H. 89 Dragon Rapide (Dominie)
Aircraft VersionDe Havilland D.H. 89 Dragon Rapide
C/n (msn)6313
Operator / TitlesMisr Airlines
Aircraft NameHeliopolis
City / AirportTel Aviv - Ben Gurion (LLBG / TLV)Map
CountryIsrael
Photo Date1936 to 1939
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The British pilot checking how the locals refuel his plane. Photo from: Library of Congress
Registration / SerialSU-ABU
Aircraft VersionDe Havilland D.H. 89 Dragon Rapide
C/n (msn)6313
Operator / TitlesMisr Airlines
City / AirportTel Aviv - Ben Gurion (LLBG / TLV)Map
Photo Date1936 to 1939
Photo fromAirHistory.net Photo Archive
Registration / SerialG-AAUC
Aircraft Original TypeHandley Page HP-42
Aircraft Generic TypeHandley Page HP-42/HP-45
Aircraft VersionHandley Page HP-42
C/n (msn)42/4
Operator / TitlesImperial Airways
Aircraft NameHorsa
City / AirportAswan (closed)
CountryEgypt
Photo Date1933
Photo fromAirHistory.net Photo Archive
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The HP.42 certainly made an impression on the Imperial airways. Dating uncertain. Photo by: Ernst Ackermann / SLUB / Deutsche Fotothek
Registration / SerialG-AAUC
Aircraft VersionHandley Page HP-42
C/n (msn)42/4
Operator / TitlesImperial Airways
City / AirportAswan (closed)
Photo Date1933
Photo fromAirHistory.net Photo Archive
Registration / SerialG-AAUC
Aircraft Original TypeHandley Page HP-42
Aircraft Generic TypeHandley Page HP-42/HP-45
Aircraft VersionHandley Page HP-42
C/n (msn)42/4
Operator / TitlesImperial Airways
Aircraft NameHorsa
City / AirportAswan (closed)
CountryEgypt
Photo Date1933
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The HP.42 certainly made an impression on the Imperial airways. Dating uncertain. Photo by: Ernst Ackermann / SLUB / Deutsche Fotothek
Registration / SerialG-AAUC
Aircraft VersionHandley Page HP-42
C/n (msn)42/4
Operator / TitlesImperial Airways
City / AirportAswan (closed)
Photo Date1933
Photo fromAirHistory.net Photo Archive
Registration / SerialG-AAGX
Aircraft Original TypeHandley Page HP-42
Aircraft Generic TypeHandley Page HP-42/HP-45
Aircraft VersionHandley Page HP-42
C/n (msn)42/1
Operator / TitlesImperial Airways
Aircraft NameHannibal
City / AirportTel Aviv - Ben Gurion (LLBG / TLV)Map
CountryIsrael
Photo DateJanuary 1936 to April 1939
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Imperial dinosaur at Lydda, the future Ben Gurion Airport. The photographer took another shot from the new control tower. Photo from: Library of Congress
Registration / SerialG-AAGX
Aircraft VersionHandley Page HP-42
C/n (msn)42/1
Operator / TitlesImperial Airways
City / AirportTel Aviv - Ben Gurion (LLBG / TLV)Map
Photo DateJanuary 1936 to April 1939
Photo fromAirHistory.net Photo Archive
Registration / SerialG-AAGX
Aircraft Original TypeHandley Page HP-42
Aircraft Generic TypeHandley Page HP-42/HP-45
Aircraft VersionHandley Page HP-42
C/n (msn)42/1
Operator / TitlesImperial Airways
Aircraft NameHannibal
City / AirportTel Aviv - Ben Gurion (LLBG / TLV)Map
CountryIsrael
Photo DateJanuary 1936 to April 1939
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Imperial dinosaur at Lydda, the future Ben Gurion Airport. The photographer took another shot from the new control tower. Photo from: Library of Congress
Registration / SerialG-AAGX
Aircraft VersionHandley Page HP-42
C/n (msn)42/1
Operator / TitlesImperial Airways
City / AirportTel Aviv - Ben Gurion (LLBG / TLV)Map
Photo DateJanuary 1936 to April 1939
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Registration / SerialN64004
Aircraft Original TypeLockheed PV-1 Ventura
Aircraft Generic TypeLockheed PV-1/B-34 Ventura (L-37/137/237)
Aircraft VersionLockheed PV-1 Ventura
Licence-built byVega
C/n (msn)237-5336
Operator / TitlesTriangle Conduit & Cable
City / AirportMorristown - Municipal (KMMU / MMU)Map
Region / CountryNew Jersey, United States
Photo Date9 April 1952
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BuNo 33327 served with the RCAF as 2198. Converted to executive configuration by Aero Trades, New York, in 1950. Served several other companies after Triangle Conduit & Cable, undergoing further upgrades to Howard Super Ventura and Howard 350. Seized by Florida police in 1984. Still airworthy around the turn of the century but damaged by hurricane Katrina in 2005. Acquired by prospective museum at Orange Country Great Park, formerly MCAS El Toro, in 2008. Photo from: Library of Congress
Registration / SerialN64004
Aircraft VersionLockheed PV-1 Ventura
C/n (msn)237-5336
Operator / TitlesTriangle Conduit & Cable
City / AirportMorristown - Municipal (KMMU / MMU)Map
Photo Date9 April 1952
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Registration / SerialN64004
Aircraft Original TypeLockheed PV-1 Ventura
Aircraft Generic TypeLockheed PV-1/B-34 Ventura (L-37/137/237)
Aircraft VersionLockheed PV-1 Ventura
Licence-built byVega
C/n (msn)237-5336
Operator / TitlesTriangle Conduit & Cable
City / AirportMorristown - Municipal (KMMU / MMU)Map
Region / CountryNew Jersey, United States
Photo Date9 April 1952
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BuNo 33327 served with the RCAF as 2198. Converted to executive configuration by Aero Trades, New York, in 1950. Served several other companies after Triangle Conduit & Cable, undergoing further upgrades to Howard Super Ventura and Howard 350. Seized by Florida police in 1984. Still airworthy around the turn of the century but damaged by hurricane Katrina in 2005. Acquired by prospective museum at Orange Country Great Park, formerly MCAS El Toro, in 2008. Photo from: Library of Congress
Registration / SerialN64004
Aircraft VersionLockheed PV-1 Ventura
C/n (msn)237-5336
Operator / TitlesTriangle Conduit & Cable
City / AirportMorristown - Municipal (KMMU / MMU)Map
Photo Date9 April 1952
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Registration / SerialN1504
Aircraft Original TypeLockheed 18 Lodestar
Aircraft Generic TypeLockheed 18 Lodestar
Aircraft VersionLockheed 18-10 Lodestar
C/n (msn)18-2080
Operator / TitlesContinental Can Company - CCC
City / AirportMorristown - Municipal (KMMU / MMU)Map
Region / CountryNew Jersey, United States
Photo Date9 April 1952
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Delivered to Pan Am's Alaska division as NC33665 in 1941 but then to USN as BuNo 99093. Returned to civil registry in 1944. To Continental Can Company 1948. Later N1509. Seen in its timber Morristown hangar with the company's Liberator Express, N1503. Photo from: Library of Congress
Registration / SerialN1504
Aircraft VersionLockheed 18-10 Lodestar
C/n (msn)18-2080
Operator / TitlesContinental Can Company - CCC
City / AirportMorristown - Municipal (KMMU / MMU)Map
Photo Date9 April 1952
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Registration / SerialN1504
Aircraft Original TypeLockheed 18 Lodestar
Aircraft Generic TypeLockheed 18 Lodestar
Aircraft VersionLockheed 18-10 Lodestar
C/n (msn)18-2080
Operator / TitlesContinental Can Company - CCC
City / AirportMorristown - Municipal (KMMU / MMU)Map
Region / CountryNew Jersey, United States
Photo Date9 April 1952
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Delivered to Pan Am's Alaska division as NC33665 in 1941 but then to USN as BuNo 99093. Returned to civil registry in 1944. To Continental Can Company 1948. Later N1509. Seen in its timber Morristown hangar with the company's Liberator Express, N1503. Photo from: Library of Congress
Registration / SerialN1504
Aircraft VersionLockheed 18-10 Lodestar
C/n (msn)18-2080
Operator / TitlesContinental Can Company - CCC
City / AirportMorristown - Municipal (KMMU / MMU)Map
Photo Date9 April 1952
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Registration / SerialN1503
Aircraft Original TypeConsolidated B-24 Liberator
Aircraft Generic TypeConsolidated B-24 Liberator
Aircraft VersionConsolidated RLB-30 Liberator
C/n (msn)18
Operator / TitlesContinental Can Company - CCC
City / AirportMorristown - Municipal (KMMU / MMU)Map
Region / CountryNew Jersey, United States
Photo Date9 April 1952
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In 1951, the Continental Can Company built a large timber hangar at Morristown to house its executive Liberator Express. Barely visible in this photo is the company's logo on the forward fuselage. The aircraft went to Mexico as XC-CAY in 1959, and became the Confederate Air Force's N12905 Diamond Lil in 1968. It was reregistered as N24927 in 1990 and was still flying as such by 2019. Photo from: Library of Congress
Registration / SerialN1503
Aircraft VersionConsolidated RLB-30 Liberator
C/n (msn)18
Operator / TitlesContinental Can Company - CCC
City / AirportMorristown - Municipal (KMMU / MMU)Map
Photo Date9 April 1952
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Registration / SerialN1503
Aircraft Original TypeConsolidated B-24 Liberator
Aircraft Generic TypeConsolidated B-24 Liberator
Aircraft VersionConsolidated RLB-30 Liberator
C/n (msn)18
Operator / TitlesContinental Can Company - CCC
City / AirportMorristown - Municipal (KMMU / MMU)Map
Region / CountryNew Jersey, United States
Photo Date9 April 1952
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In 1951, the Continental Can Company built a large timber hangar at Morristown to house its executive Liberator Express. Barely visible in this photo is the company's logo on the forward fuselage. The aircraft went to Mexico as XC-CAY in 1959, and became the Confederate Air Force's N12905 Diamond Lil in 1968. It was reregistered as N24927 in 1990 and was still flying as such by 2019. Photo from: Library of Congress
Registration / SerialN1503
Aircraft VersionConsolidated RLB-30 Liberator
C/n (msn)18
Operator / TitlesContinental Can Company - CCC
City / AirportMorristown - Municipal (KMMU / MMU)Map
Photo Date9 April 1952
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Registration / SerialNC21782
Aircraft Original TypeDouglas DC-3
Aircraft Generic TypeDouglas DC-3 (C-47 Skytrain/Dakota)
Aircraft VersionDouglas DC-3-313
C/n (msn)2170
Operator / TitlesPennsylvania Central Airlines - PCA
City / AirportWashington - Ronald Reagan National (KDCA / DCA)Map
Region / CountryVirginia, United States
Photo DateJuly 1941
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Backstage at the new Washington National Airport. Photo by: Jack Delano / Library of Congress
Registration / SerialNC21782
Aircraft VersionDouglas DC-3-313
C/n (msn)2170
Operator / TitlesPennsylvania Central Airlines - PCA
City / AirportWashington - Ronald Reagan National (KDCA / DCA)Map
Photo DateJuly 1941
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Registration / SerialNC21782
Aircraft Original TypeDouglas DC-3
Aircraft Generic TypeDouglas DC-3 (C-47 Skytrain/Dakota)
Aircraft VersionDouglas DC-3-313
C/n (msn)2170
Operator / TitlesPennsylvania Central Airlines - PCA
City / AirportWashington - Ronald Reagan National (KDCA / DCA)Map
Region / CountryVirginia, United States
Photo DateJuly 1941
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Backstage at the new Washington National Airport. Photo by: Jack Delano / Library of Congress
Registration / SerialNC21782
Aircraft VersionDouglas DC-3-313
C/n (msn)2170
Operator / TitlesPennsylvania Central Airlines - PCA
City / AirportWashington - Ronald Reagan National (KDCA / DCA)Map
Photo DateJuly 1941
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Registration / SerialSU-ABQ
Aircraft Original TypeDe Havilland D.H. 89 Dragon Rapide
Aircraft Generic TypeDe Havilland D.H. 89 Dragon Rapide (Dominie)
Aircraft VersionDe Havilland D.H. 89 Dragon Rapide
C/n (msn)6299
Operator / TitlesMisr Airlines
Aircraft NameThebes
City / AirportTel Aviv - Ben Gurion (LLBG / TLV)Map
CountryIsrael
Photo Date21 April 1939
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Detail of photo 135779. Aircraft delivered in September 1935. Crashed near Port Sudan on 9 October 1941. Photo from: Library of Congress
Registration / SerialSU-ABQ
Aircraft VersionDe Havilland D.H. 89 Dragon Rapide
C/n (msn)6299
Operator / TitlesMisr Airlines
City / AirportTel Aviv - Ben Gurion (LLBG / TLV)Map
Photo Date21 April 1939
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Registration / SerialSU-ABQ
Aircraft Original TypeDe Havilland D.H. 89 Dragon Rapide
Aircraft Generic TypeDe Havilland D.H. 89 Dragon Rapide (Dominie)
Aircraft VersionDe Havilland D.H. 89 Dragon Rapide
C/n (msn)6299
Operator / TitlesMisr Airlines
Aircraft NameThebes
City / AirportTel Aviv - Ben Gurion (LLBG / TLV)Map
CountryIsrael
Photo Date21 April 1939
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Detail of photo 135779. Aircraft delivered in September 1935. Crashed near Port Sudan on 9 October 1941. Photo from: Library of Congress
Registration / SerialSU-ABQ
Aircraft VersionDe Havilland D.H. 89 Dragon Rapide
C/n (msn)6299
Operator / TitlesMisr Airlines
City / AirportTel Aviv - Ben Gurion (LLBG / TLV)Map
Photo Date21 April 1939
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