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Photo of PH-MCS McDonnell Douglas MD-11(CF) by Dutch Expand image
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Comments (11)
Posted by Jan Sch. on June 22, 2016

Fantastic picture!!:)

Posted by Jorge on April 24, 2016

One of those great special shots!

Posted by Manuel Llama - Benalmadena Spotters on April 03, 2016

Awesome photo. Congratulations.

Posted by Rafael Borba Griz on February 05, 2016


Posted by Oliveira Cosme on January 29, 2016

Magnificent image.

Posted by Marc González on December 29, 2015

Beautiful photo

Posted by Alejandro Alvarez on December 27, 2015

Congrats, very nice pic

Posted by M. Azizul Islam on December 07, 2015

WOW! What a stunner, very well done Dutch!

Posted by Renato Serra Fonseca - AirTeamImages on December 07, 2015

Fantastic!! Congrats!! =)

Posted by DoubleDutch on December 07, 2015

What a great shot but what a sad sight. Will it leave soon for the scrapper?

Posted by steve on December 07, 2015

Fantastic. Great color and tack sharp.

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