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  • Ron Cuskelly
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    • Dec 2004
    • 232

    Super Constellation N11SR

    This photo of N11SR would have been taken prior to October 1975 when it was fitted with tip tanks. Can anyone identify the location? The name on the small hangar at right reads; "AI AIR"

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    Ron

    "History should always be studied in the morning, before anything else can happen."
    Charles M. Schulz 1923-2000
  • L4x2
    Rank 5 Registered User
    • Jun 2011
    • 472

    #2
    http://www.aussieairliners.org/l-1049os/n11sr.html

    does that help?

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    • Brenden S
      Rank 5 Registered User
      • Dec 2016
      • 206

      #3
      in the standard livery at Jersey Airport, April 1975

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      • Hooligan
        Rank 5 Registered User
        • Mar 2017
        • 564

        #4
        Just doing a search on Duncan Baker and came across this gem about N11SR from the late Steve Piercey...

        https://www.flightglobal.com/FlightP...20-%200522.PDF

        https://www.flightglobal.com/FlightP...20-%200523.PDF

        https://www.flightglobal.com/FlightP...20-%200524.PDF

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        • Ron Cuskelly
          Rank 5 Registered User
          • Dec 2004
          • 232

          #5
          L4x2

          Thanks for that link. I obtained the image from a different source.

          Brenden S

          Did you get that from the link in Post #2 or from a different source?

          Is there anyone with local knowledge who can confirm that it is Jersey?

          The aeroplane did indeed have a colourful history:

          http://www.adastron.com/lockheed/con...on/vh-eab2.htm

          Regards

          Ron

          "History should always be studied in the morning, before anything else can happen."
          Charles M. Schulz 1923-2000

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