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ID 18126 Views: 317
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Atlas Air
Boeing 747-230B(SF)
Columbus - Rickenbacker International (Lockbourne AFB / ANGB) (LCK/KLCK)
USA - Ohio, September -, 2007
Kenneth Koehn
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N512MC (cn 21220) The title "Atlas Air" is befitting the mighty 747. One of my favorite Cargo liner schemes.

ID 13246 Views: 401
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Atlas Air
Boeing 747-230B(SF)
Columbus - Rickenbacker International (Lockbourne AFB / ANGB) (LCK/KLCK)
USA - Ohio, September 28, 2007
Mark Plumley
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N512MC (cn 21220) Beautiful rear shot of this beast. Really gives you an idea of how big a 747 is. [Best viewed at 1152]

ID 5834 Views: 296
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Atlas Air
Boeing 747-230B(SF)
Columbus - Rickenbacker International (Lockbourne AFB / ANGB) (LCK/KLCK)
USA - Ohio, September 30, 2007
Mark Plumley
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N512MC (cn 21220) Atlas Air 747 sits at the cargo ramp

ID 5732 Views: 324
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Airline / Aircraft Type Location and Date Photographer
Atlas Air
Boeing 747-230B(SF)
Columbus - Rickenbacker International (Lockbourne AFB / ANGB) (LCK/KLCK)
USA - Ohio, September 30, 2007
Mark Plumley
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N512MC (cn 21220) N512MC Atlas Air at the cargo area Rickenbacker Airport.

ID 4050 Views: 363
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Lufthansa
Boeing 747-230 BM
Houston - George Bush Intercontinental (IAH/KIAH)
USA - Texas, March -, 1993
Chuck Slusarczyk Jr.
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D-ABYJ (cn 21220) Now a freighter with Atlas Air (as N512MC), this Lufthansa 747 was named "Hessen" and is pictured parked at the IAB Building at Houston Intercontinental. The windows in that terminal were great for photos at the time, I don't know how it is now. March 1993

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