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AVIATION TRADERS Carvair (G-APNH) - 1967 at Düsseldorf (EDDL)
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AVIATION TRADERS Carvair (G-APNH)

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1967 at Düsseldorf (EDDL)

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ian mcdonell
great pic thanks Peter
Roy Hunte
Wow nice one
96flstc
Worked them at Falcon Airways 1979 (KADS)
John Moore
Brings back a lot of good memories I worked on this old girl in the sixties at Southend Airport
Good shot to.
Andrew Vane
Great pic and aircraft! This looks like Auric Goldfinger's transport.
Stephen Graham
How strange (thank you wikipedia), a flying alternative to car ferries across the channel 3-5, cars at a time. I never knew such a thing existed. Fun!
Chris Clark
Looks like a 747 and a DC-6 had a child
J Schooot
Carvair was the name of this lady.
There is dike a few 100 mtrs away from the approach of the runway. This lady was to low in the preparation of his landing and did hit this dike with his landing-gear. It ended upside down just inside the fence from the airport. The pilot died, three crew members + 14 passengers survived. 3 jaquars cars total loss. The company name was painted black just after the accident and before the press arrived.
My dad was a engineer on airport Rotterdam in this period. I earned my first money there by cleaning small airplanes. From the hanger we had a direct view on the scene
zhang qianhai
classical
JOE CUNNINGHAM
Saw one in Gainesville, TX last week. Been there a long time.
CHRIS ROBEY
Ansett in Australia also operated the Carvair...with an excellent safety record!
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