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Dornier Do-28D Skyservant (N123CA)

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jesse kyzer
N123CA - Is reg to a 1964 DORNIER DO28 A-1
.........Good looking A/C, NICE pic!
John Rumble
I do believe that's the first time I've seen one
Ross Selvidge
In 1970-1971 I was a US Navy Civil Engineer Corps officer building projects for the South Vietnamese Army at remote locations in the Central Highlands.
I was flown from one project location to another on a weekly basis by Continental Air Service (kind of like the better known Air America operation). The aircraft was usually a Beechcraft Barron. Sometimes when STOL was required, I was flown in a Do-28.
Not only did it look very odd from the outside but sitting inside in the right seat looking out over the engine pods at the mountains/forest/jungle below was unique. Usually a fun ride taking off and landing. Two engines was reassuring.
norman kellman
did not fly them but did fly IN the one that Mike Erich had on the Northslope, Barrow operating as Arctic Guides. in 1975
Robert Ferguson
I flew in one out of PAOT in the mid 70's. The one thing that I remember about the aircraft is that it had the exact same headliner that my 1972 VW bus had.
John.A. Lucas
Well done, a nice crisp photograph.
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08-Aug-2020 UnknownNear Henlow, EnglandNear Henlow, England First seen 11:47AM BST Last seen 01:15PM BST 1:27
01-Aug-2020 UnknownTurweston Aerodrome ()Near Henlow, England 02:28PM BST Last seen 02:47PM BST 0:19
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