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10:08
Forgotten little gem from 1970! Concerns the going's on at SFO, and an attempted bank heist via an ONA DC-9-30! The opening is the best part, where we are treated to one of the RARE Runway 1 landings at SFO. We get to see a Modern Air CV-990 (Ex-American Airlines) turn into a DC-8, B-52, & 707 before the final rollout after landing!
3934 days ago    30356 views     Henry Tenby
09:23
Forgotten little gem from 1970! Concerns the going's on at SFO, and an attempted bank heist via an ONA DC-9-30! The opening is the best part, where we are treated to one of the RARE Runway 1 landings at SFO. We get to see a Modern Air CV-990 (Ex-American Airlines) turn into a DC-8, B-52, & 707 before the final rollout after landing!
3934 days ago    33149 views     Henry Tenby
09:13
Forgotten little gem from 1970! Concerns the going's on at SFO, and an attempted bank heist via an ONA DC-9-30! The opening is the best part, where we are treated to one of the RARE Runway 1 landings at SFO. We get to see a Modern Air CV-990 (Ex-American Airlines) turn into a DC-8, B-52, & 707 before the final rollout after landing!
3934 days ago    31095 views     Henry Tenby
09:22
Forgotten little gem from 1970! Concerns the going's on at SFO, and an attempted bank heist via an ONA DC-9-30! The opening is the best part, where we are treated to one of the RARE Runway 1 landings at SFO. We get to see a Modern Air CV-990 (Ex-American Airlines) turn into a DC-8, B-52, & 707 before the final rollout after landing!
3934 days ago    32523 views     Henry Tenby
09:21
Forgotten little gem from 1970! Concerns the going's on at SFO, and an attempted bank heist via an ONA DC-9-30! The opening is the best part, where we are treated to one of the RARE Runway 1 landings at SFO. We get to see a Modern Air CV-990 (Ex-American Airlines) turn into a DC-8, B-52, & 707 before the final rollout after landing!
3934 days ago    31536 views     Henry Tenby
02:28
The Douglas DC-4E was an experimental airliner that was developed before World War II. The design originated in 1935 from a requirement by United Air Lines. The goal was to develop a much larger and more sophisticated replacement for the DC-3, before the first DC-3 had even flown. There was enough interest from other airlines, that American Airlines, Eastern Air Lines, Pan American Airways, and TWA joined United in providing $100,000 each toward the cost of developing the new aircraft. With a planned capacity of 42 passengers, the DC-4 (as it was then known) would seat twice as many people as the DC-3. It would be the first large airplane with a nose wheel.
3928 days ago    24896 views     Henry Tenby
09:18
Forgotten little gem from 1970! Concerns the going's on at SFO, and an attempted bank heist via an ONA DC-9-30! The opening is the best part, where we are treated to one of the RARE Runway 1 landings at SFO. We get to see a Modern Air CV-990 (Ex-American Airlines) turn into a DC-8, B-52, & 707 before the final rollout after landing!
3929 days ago    31226 views     Henry Tenby
09:37
Forgotten little gem from 1970! Concerns the going's on at SFO, and an attempted bank heist via an ONA DC-9-30! The opening is the best part, where we are treated to one of the RARE Runway 1 landings at SFO. We get to see a Modern Air CV-990 (Ex-American Airlines) turn into a DC-8, B-52, & 707 before the final rollout after landing!
3929 days ago    31400 views     Henry Tenby
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