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Email Autor Correction ID #1436109 / 524 Views
5-January-2016
N220AU ex orbis DC-10. Meanwhile replaced by a former FedEx MD-10. (more of N220AU)
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5-January-2016
N220AU meanwhile replaced by a former FedEx MD-10 N330AU (more of N220AU)
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25-July-2012
N220AU the classic cockpit of the Orbis Jet. Many thanks to the crew! (more of N220AU)
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20-November-2012
N220AU Orbis taking off on runway 10 SJU lifting all the water that was falling in the area at the time of his departure in sju Was this plane doing a fuelstop. (more of N220AU)
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17-July-2009
N220AU What a great Airplane... Stored at STN. (more of N220AU)
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25-September-2005
N220AU c/n 46501. "Saving sight worldwide". Used as an ophtalmic hospital in 3rd world countries. Seen on landing from Mitiga Libya (MJI/HLLM). Deptarted to Dubai (DUB/OMDB) in UAE. (more of N220AU)
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6-June-2005
N220AU The greatest highlight of our trip, she will stay until the end of June 05 in VAR. (more of N220AU)
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6-June-2005
N220AU you need very much luck to catch this one in flight....nice, seen here during touchdown to a 3 week visit in VAR. (more of N220AU)
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6-June-2005
N220AU the absolute highlight during our days at Varna. (more of N220AU)
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5-April-2003
N220AU A flying eye clinic- well it's original! (more of N220AU)
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29-March-2003
N220AU ex: G-GCAL; c/n: 46501/2. The ORBIS DC-10 is a fully-equipped eye surgery hospital. The idea of a flying ophthalmological teaching hospital was conceived by Dr. David Paton, of Texas. The first ORBIS aircraft was a DC-8 donated by United Airlines. Photo taken from the spotters wall early in the morning. (more of N220AU)
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