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— — - Was visiting the Niagara Falls Air Museum at the airport when Allegiant landed, discharged and re-loaded. An older workhorse for many airlines, this aircraft looked in great shape. IAG is the home of Bell Aircraft where the P-39 Aracobra were produced in WW II. I was stationed there in 1958/9.
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Was visiting the Niagara Falls Air Museum at the airport when Allegiant landed, discharged and re-loaded. An older workhorse for many airlines, this aircraft looked in great shape. IAG is the home of Bell Aircraft where the P-39 Aracobra were produced in WW II. I was stationed there in 1958/9.

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