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AEROSUR_767-200_MIA_1214C_JP_small.jpgThe "claw" decimates what remains of Aerosur 767-200
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AEROSUR_767-200_CP-2659_MIA_0111_jP_small.jpg"Sharko"
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AEROSUR_727-200_CP-2515_MIA_1009_JP_small2.jpgThis Aerosur (Bolivia) 727 was operating flights to Havana several times a day from Miami
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AEROSUR_767-200_CP-2521_MIA_0611_JP_small.jpgThis Aerosur 767-200 sits in Miami for months as its fate is decided (eventually would be broken up)
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AEROSUR_707F_CX-BPZ_JFK_1090_JP_small.jpgAerosur 707 on final approach for runway 13L @ JFK. On top of the photo is what appears to be a US Air DC9, which just departed La Guardia

Ektachrome 100 slide
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AEROSUR_767-200_CP-2659_MIA_1012_JP_small.jpgSharko was a beautiful airplane that will be sorely missed for years to come by the aviation photography community in addition to the folks who work at Miami Int'l Airport...
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AEROSUR_727-200_CP-2515_MIA_1009B_JP_small.jpgI rarely ever shoot into the sun, but for an exotic 727 from Bolivia, you do what you have to do...
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AEROSUR_767-200_CP-2659_MIA_1010F_JP_small.jpgSadly, this airplane sits in Miami as Aerosur is no longer in business, its fate is unknown..
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aerosur762cp-2659mia1010.jpgAerosur did a heck of a job with this "Sharko" 767! The people/kids on other airplanes and in the terminals who see this thing must go crazy for it!

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aerosur762cp-2659mia1010b.jpgCertainly a "one of a kind"!
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aerosur762cp-2659mia1010c.jpg"Sharko" is pushed back and ready for taxi to rwy 8R as the journey to Bolivia begins..

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aerosur727CP-2515may10.jpgMay 2010 and we still have a passenger 727 operating in the U.S.A. -love it! This Aerosur Bolivia 727 mostly does charter flights from Miami to Havana
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aerosur737c-fnax0903mia.jpgI know that many of you who visit this web site are interested in learning, as I am, about an airplane's future and past. If you google C-FNAX, you'll see that the airplane was previously with Canada3000 Airlines (they went belly up several years ago) and at the time this photo was taken, the 737 was being prepped for Aerosur Bolivia (hence the green tail)
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aerosur757jan03n526na.jpgThis Aerosur 757 is pretty rare, I only shot it on this day and it only flew like this during the winter of 2008. It is owned by Ryan Air (not to be confused with Ryanair of the UK)
 
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