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ARROWAIR_757-200_N868AN_MIA_1009_JP_small.jpgArrow Air 757-200F rests on the Northeast ramp @ MIA on this fine October evening
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ARROWAIR_DC10_N524MD_MIA_0510_JP_small.jpgArrow Air is sorely missed by the aviation folks down in MIA...
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ARROWAIR_DC8_N784AL_MIA_1209B_JP_small.jpgSad sight as this beautiful DC8 is slowly cannibalized until finally the "claw" comes and chops it up into little pieces...
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ARROW_LAN_MIA_0510_JP_small.jpgLong live Arrow Air!
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ARROWAIR_DC8_N661AV_MIA_0106_JP.jpgLong live Arrow Air!
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arrowdc8N784ALmia0510.jpgJust days before getting completely chopped up into little pieces. Long live Arrow Air and long live Diesel 8's!
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arrowdc8JAN03n802bnmia.jpgArrow Air titles on the fuselage with a FineAir tail just after Arrow Air bought out Fine Air (both carriers are now history)
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arrowdc8N784ALmia0410.jpgThe last remaining Arrow Air DC8 sits on the north side of the field in MIA minus lots of parts. This one will end up as a fire trainer or be cut to pieces for scrap metal
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arrowdc10N524MDmia0410.jpgSomething a bit different- color night shot converted to black & white
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easternUmia0410.jpgArrow Air DC10 pushes back, while company 757 and LAN 777F are prepped for their next journeys to South America
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arrowdc8N791AL0107.jpgArrow Air DC8, DC10 and two Gemini Air Cargo DC10's rest on the northeast side of MIA. All 4 airplanes are now history.
     
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