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McDonnell Douglas DC-10 (N220AU) - 12R arrival.
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McDonnell Douglas DC-10 (N220AU)

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12R arrival.

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Dwight Hartje
Very good catch and timing! Seen at the top of the page in the Daily Newsletter!
Robert Ferrell
Nice shot. Usually the only planes this size I see at KSAT are FedEx MD-11s.
Patrick Becker
Amazing picture of an amazing plane !
dragonjedi20000
When was this photo taken?
Chris Partin
THIS IS AMAZZZIINNGGG!! TOUCHDOWN OF THE FLYING HOSTPITAL!! I AM GIVING THIS FIVE STARS RIGHT NOW!
Greg Byington
That is a great catch, Richard! Too bad this bird isn't flying any longer. It is now at the Pima Air and Space Museum in Tucson, AZ. I got a pic of it this last April. See it here:

https://flightaware.com/photos/view/729112-b4f1d1f65ccfc476f93673c64c6a8ef95fac053b/aircraft/N220AU/sort/votes/page/1
Greg Byington
I just looked at the Orbis website and found that the new bird is a MD-10-30F, N330AU, that was apparently donated by FedEx. You can take a virtual tour of the aircraft on the website, and I have to say that it is pretty impressive.
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