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Boeing 727-200 (TG-ALA)

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Aviateca B727-25C archief jaren 80

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Mark Thomas
How did this get to Amsterdam Cornelis?
Cornelis BeetsPhoto Uploader
Dear Mark, the photo I've taken in the 80 's. stand along the rwy and there he came out of the fog on doom. Was just so amazed I can remember. Possible used for holiday flights 84-90? Am still searching on the internet.. Gr Cornelis
30west
An oldie, but goodie!

However, it is a B727-100, the most easily identifiable difference from this view between it and a -200 is the mid-fuselage R1 door just forward of the wing.
Steve Hoker
It's a -100 not a -200, someone should have caught that.
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