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Photo of C-FTNA Lockheed L-1011-150 Tristar by Laurent FAURE  -  Alpes^^Air^^Pic Expand image
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Stored at LYS since July 2001. Emergency landing due to a strong hail storm : note damages on the engine, sames hail impacts on others engines, wings, cockpit... Former Air Canada, Air France.

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Posted by on September 09, 2006

Hail? Looks more like it flew over some war zone!! That is incredible damage!! If its been stored for the last 5 years, then I'm guessing the towel has been thrown in. Its all done. Very interesting photo, Laurent!!


Posted by Michael Valentine on September 09, 2006

Ouch! Some holes there too!


Posted by Wim Mulder on September 09, 2006

Would not have wanted to be on that flight during that storm. That looks pretty bad.


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