This is one out of two DC-9-51s in service for Aeropostal. (Ex. N649HA and YV-35C).
Arriving to Gate 15
Climbing to FL330.
Taken during the boarding of Aeropostal's flight number 932 to Bogota, cleared to Final Cruise altitude of 34000 Ft
Loading up for departure as ALV344, basic Panel, no GPS. oh... those were the days, ooops we're still flying like that! =)
It's interesting to know that Aeropostal is the only IATA certified Venezuelan airline, albeit they're facing challenging times now.
A nice sunlight bathes this DC-9 on finals. Dedicated to Jesus Farias.
One of the few airplanes left in service in Aeropostal. (Ex. OH-LYO, HP-1389ALV and YV-43C)
Taxiing to Rwy 9. Dedicated to Roberto Leiro and Guillermo Mendoza
New registration to the database. Ex Hawaiian Air (N649HA) and Aeropostal (YV-35C). In 2004 was in Mojave, and now return again with Aeropostal.
Although you see a lot of DC-9's in CCS, you never get bored of them!
Aeropostal's back... now with 3 DC-9s. This is one of them.
Some years ago if you went to CCS, Aeropostal was a common sight everywhere. Unfortunately, they are facing challenging times from which I hope they will overcome and keep flying for years to come... (more)