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Remarks: To Pan American as N6532C, "Clipper Aurora" was converted to a DC-6BF in 1975, eleven years after being bougth by Dominicana. She was written from use in 1982. Still stored here 26 years later.
Remarks: If someone just cared, this one could survive. Taino Air. Delivered to SAS in 1957 as OY-KPE "Sune Viking"..
Remarks: Once this was a proud 707. Has been stored here for quite a while. The undergrowth has been taken away.
Remarks: Suit? too hot here! scd D228 from FPPR-FOOL.
Remarks: Good overview of Gabon's main airport. Taken from SCD Aviation D228
Remarks: The most famous airport from above. Taken from a Song 752.
Remarks: Sad end for this once proud Air France aircraft. Completely cut up by April 2007. Before it was stored here for about 2 years.
Remarks: Air Max Gabon only operated for a short time and went bankrupt in 2006. The MD-81 looks like it had been around for a lot longer. Sits here to die. Ex Air Bosna.
Remarks: Coming back to life after long time in storage. Will be painted in new Gabon Airways colours.
Remarks: Too bad this great interior is ruined. The scrapping is scheduled for march 2007. Overran the runway in LBV in 2001.
Remarks: What a ballroom. Has room for six crewmember.
Remarks: I expect the -200 series to fly many more years here in Africa. Flying for Benin Golf Air.
Remarks: I expect the -200 series to fly many more years here in Africa.
Remarks: What a beautiful place to visit. I recommend this place to all. A true paradise. Look at the moutains. The only airline that comes here is SCD Aviation with the DO228.
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