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ID 31975 Views: 593
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Airline / Aircraft Type Location and Date Photographer
Arrow Air Cargo
McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10(F)
Miami - International (MIA/KMIA)
USA - Florida, February 23, 2005
Chuck Slusarczyk Jr.
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N68041 (cn 46900) Landing runway 09 in 2005 with a company DC-8-60 visible in the distance, this was a former Continental and Emery Air Freight bird, and has since been retired. On May 2, 1972 while on a training flight out of Tucson, this aircraft suffered a massive number 2 engine failure causing separation of the aft portion of the engine from the airframe. Further information on this incident can be found here: http://www.airdisaster.com/reports/ntsb/AAR72-29.pdf

ID 11904 Views: 271
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Airline / Aircraft Type Location and Date Photographer
Arrow Air Cargo
McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10(F)
Miami - International (MIA/KMIA)
USA - Florida, February 23, 2005
Chuck Slusarczyk Jr.
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N68041 (cn 46900) Landing on runway 09 showing off what at the time was its new paint scheme.

ID 5333 Views: 245
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Airline / Aircraft Type Location and Date Photographer
Arrow Air Cargo
McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10(F)
Miami - International (MIA/KMIA)
USA - Florida, February 23, 2005
Chuck Slusarczyk Jr.
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N68041 (cn 46900) Coming in for runway 09 wearing its shiny new colors. February 23, 2005

ID 2299 Views: 223
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Airline / Aircraft Type Location and Date Photographer
Arrow Air Cargo
McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10(F)
Miami - International (MIA/KMIA)
USA - Florida, February 23, 2005
Chuck Slusarczyk Jr.
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N68041 (cn 46900) This ex-Continental bird spent some time with Emery Air Freight after its cargo conversion before coming to Arrow Air. With the callsign "Big A" , they are a very noticeable presence at Miami. February 23, 2005

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