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Search Criteria: Manufacturer: Boeing, Model: 747, Variation: 100, Designation/Version: 131
Total photos: 5
N93104, Boeing 747-100, TWA - Trans World Airlines
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Airline: TWA - Trans World Airlines
Aircraft: Boeing 747-100 (131)
RegNo: N93104
Location: Greece, Athens
Hellinikon Airport (HEW / LGAT)
Date: 4/9/1992
Photographer: George Pantalos
Remarks: A 747-131 is watching one of its sisterships departing. Those were the days of Hellinikon airport...
Photo ID:36949  |  Date added:12/10/2015  |  Views:688
N53110, Boeing 747-100, TWA - Trans World Airlines
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Airline: TWA - Trans World Airlines
Aircraft: Boeing 747-100 (131)
RegNo: N53110
Location: Greece, Athens
Hellinikon Airport (HEW / LGAT)
Date: 10/6/1992
Photographer: George Pantalos
Remarks: Just the 63rd 747 built, this -100 series passed all his life with TWA before going to MHV for scrap.
Photo ID:30299  |  Date added:27/3/2013  |  Views:638
N93119, Boeing 747-100, TWA - Trans World Airlines
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Airline: TWA - Trans World Airlines
Aircraft: Boeing 747-100 (131)
RegNo: N93119
Location: Greece, Athens
Hellinikon Airport (HEW / LGAT)
Date: 9/8/1993
Photographer: George Pantalos
Remarks: The aircraft of the famous TWA800 flight which exploded in mid air, 12 minutes after take-off from JFK en route to CDG killing all 230 on board, on 17th July 1996.
Photo ID:22009  |  Date added:24/8/2011  |  Views:1210
N53110, Boeing 747-100, TWA - Trans World Airlines
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Airline: TWA - Trans World Airlines
Aircraft: Boeing 747-100 (131)
RegNo: N53110
Location: Greece, Athens
Hellinikon Airport (HEW / LGAT)
Date: 11/6/1995
Photographer: George Pantalos
Remarks: Peak season for American tourists in Greece and TWA was bringing 2 747s every Sunday.
Photo ID:9845  |  Date added:17/12/2009  |  Views:1646
N608FF, Boeing 747-100, Tower Air
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Airline: Tower Air
Aircraft: Boeing 747-100 (131)
RegNo: N608FF
Location: Greece, Athens
Hellinikon Airport (HEW / LGAT)
Date: 6/7/1998
Photographer: George Pantalos
Remarks: Tower Air was a frequent visitor to ATH, sometimes with 2 747s at the same time. Here a quite old 747-100, the 28th Jumbo built, is resting besides its sistership.
Photo ID:3807  |  Date added:30/10/2008  |  Views:648
Total photos: 5
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