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Aer Turas CL44171 viewsPhotographed by Juha Ritaranta, http://www.abpic.co.uk/photo/1114783/corkspotter
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Canadian Department of Transport105 viewsPhotographed by juha ritaranta, http://www.abpic.co.uk/photo/1114783/. It had experienced a catastrophic engine failure on takeoff (at a low speed), with the debris scattered on the runwaycorkspotter
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Cathay Pacific A330-300233 viewsF-WWKB seen at Cork on a test flight in late '96, early '97. It was originally an Airbus demonstrator. The aircraft was later converted to an A330-342 and delivered to Cathay Pacific as VR-HLK.SCronin
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Air Afrique DC-10-30163 viewsTU-TAM on a visit to Cork during the 90's.SCronin
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Airport '86245 viewsAn inprobable scene at the 25 year celebrations in October 1986 showing both an hot air balloon and a parachute along with crowded balconies (not to mention the top of the control tower)G Frost
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Alphajet146 viewsFrench Air Force Alphajet 314-TA on the south ramp in July 1985 prior to the aborted Air Spectacular.G Frost
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Brymon Twin Otter111 viewsBrymon Airways Twin Otter G-BWRB on finals for 35 in November 1986.G Frost
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Aer Lingus Iolar135 viewsAre Lingus D.H. Dragon EI-ABI "Iolar",on the ramp at Cork during the 25 year celebrations in October 1986.G Frost
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Frecce Tricolori at Cork!217 viewsFamous Italian aerobatic team, the "Frecce Tricolori" parked on the south ramp at Cork prior to the unheld Air Spectacular in 1985G Frost
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Airport 64!321 viewsA tranquil scene taken from the ramp on 30/7/1964 shows Aer Lingus Viscount EI-AMA preparing for a flight to London. Note the handful of people on the balconies, a stark contrast with todays vista!G Frost
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US Coast Guard C-54306 viewsUS Coast Guard C-54S 9147 brightens the south ramp in May 1966, having flown a long way from Elizabeth City, New Jersey. Note the cleanliness of the machine!G Frost
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Intra Jersey DC-3140 viewsIntra Jersey was one of the many small charter outfits that operated with DC-3s in the 1960s and 1970s. G-AMPY was operated by many of these and is seen here on the south ramp after operating a flower charter in May 1973.G Frost
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