2 results found
City / Airport:Berlin - Tegel (EDDT / TXL)Map
Country:Germany
Photo Date:1989
Photo by:Günter SchützeContact
Photo ID:201314Submit Correction
View count: 421
ex El Al 4X-ATB
Registration / Serial:N130KR
Alternate Registration:D-ABOC
Aircraft Version:Boeing 707-458
C/n (msn):18071 / 216
Operator Painted:Lufthansa
City / Airport:Berlin - Tegel (EDDT / TXL)Map
Country:Germany
Photo Date:1989
Photo by:Günter SchützeContact
City / Airport:Berlin - Tegel (EDDT / TXL)Map
Country:Germany
Photo Date:1989
Photo by:Günter SchützeContact
Photo ID:201314Submit Correction
View count: 421
ex El Al 4X-ATB
Registration / Serial:N130KR
Alternate Registration:D-ABOC
Aircraft Version:Boeing 707-458
C/n (msn):18071 / 216
Operator Painted:Lufthansa
City / Airport:Berlin - Tegel (EDDT / TXL)Map
Country:Germany
Photo Date:1989
Photo by:Günter SchützeContact
City / Airport:Berlin - Tegel (EDDT / TXL)Map
Country:Germany
Photo Date:20 April 2008
Photo by:Edward KehlerContact
Photo ID:160107Submit Correction
View count: 802
Delivered to El Al in 06/61 as 4X-ATB. A terrorist hijacking incident took place on board on September 6, 1970, but the aircraft was not badly damaged and continued to serve with El Al and later Arkia until 1985. It was returned to Boeing for the KC-135 conversion program, but Boeing chose to donate the aircraft to Berlin's Technikmuseum in honor of the city's 750th anniversary in 1987. Originally placed on public display in Lufthansa colors with the fake registration "D-ABOC," the aircraft was moved to a remote corner of Tegel airport around 2000 to serve as a fire trainer. Left derelict, it was scrapped in May 2021.
Registration / Serial:N130KR
Alternate Registration:D-ABOC
Aircraft Version:Boeing 707-458
C/n (msn):18071 / 216
City / Airport:Berlin - Tegel (EDDT / TXL)Map
Country:Germany
Photo Date:20 April 2008
Photo by:Edward KehlerContact
City / Airport:Berlin - Tegel (EDDT / TXL)Map
Country:Germany
Photo Date:20 April 2008
Photo by:Edward KehlerContact
Photo ID:160107Submit Correction
View count: 802
Delivered to El Al in 06/61 as 4X-ATB. A terrorist hijacking incident took place on board on September 6, 1970, but the aircraft was not badly damaged and continued to serve with El Al and later Arkia until 1985. It was returned to Boeing for the KC-135 conversion program, but Boeing chose to donate the aircraft to Berlin's Technikmuseum in honor of the city's 750th anniversary in 1987. Originally placed on public display in Lufthansa colors with the fake registration "D-ABOC," the aircraft was moved to a remote corner of Tegel airport around 2000 to serve as a fire trainer. Left derelict, it was scrapped in May 2021.
Registration / Serial:N130KR
Alternate Registration:D-ABOC
Aircraft Version:Boeing 707-458
C/n (msn):18071 / 216
City / Airport:Berlin - Tegel (EDDT / TXL)Map
Country:Germany
Photo Date:20 April 2008
Photo by:Edward KehlerContact