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NORTHWEST_DC9_N9335_JFK_03002_MAIN_JP_small2.jpgKodachrome 64 slide
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USAIR_DC9_N932VJ_JFK_0794_JP_small1.jpgKodachrome 64 slide
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VALUJET_DC9_N914VV_FLL_0197_MAIN_JP_small.jpgToday (May 11, 2016) marks 20 years since Valujet DC9 went down in the Everglades after departure from Miami. Shown is another Valujet DC9 waiting for departure to Atlanta out of Fort Lauderdale

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DELTA_757-200_N608DA_ATL_414_AAZZZJ_JP_BWMAIN_small1.jpgThis photo is very special. The 757 makes one final stop at Woolman Place (note the green sign. C.E. Woolman was the founder of Delta) before proceeding to rest for its remaining years in the museum. Seen on the left is the DC9-50, which has already made the street crossing
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DELTA_757-200_N608DA_ATL_414ZI_JP_small1~0.jpgMy favorite shot of the 757/DC9 move to the museum photo shoot is this one as the sun was coming up early in the morning, the light conditions were just perfect and the FLY DELTA JETS sign and tower were still very much standing out
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DELTA_DC9-50_N675MC_ATL_414D_JP_small.jpgThis photograph was taken the evening before the following day's move of these two beauties to the museum across the street
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TRINITY_DC9_N1288L_MIA_0194_JP_small.jpgEktachrome 100 slide
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DELTA_DC9-50_N675MC_ATL_414ZZB_JP_HDR_small.jpgThe DC9 is about to go over the pedestrian curb as the 757 awaits its turn to do the same
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AMERICAN_737-800_N887NN_ATL_414N_AVART_JP_small.jpgDelta 757 and DC9 share the ramp at Landmark Aviation on the North side of Atlanta Hartsfield Int'l Airport on the final night that the two Delta jets are going to be on airport grounds (in the morning they were both towed over to the Delta museum)
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DELTA_757-200_N608DA_ATL_414ZB_JP_small.jpgThe 757 and DC9 are displayed on the North side of Atlanta Hartsfield Int'l Airport in the early morning hours before their final move across the street to the Delta Museum
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DELTA_DC9-50_N675MC_ATL_414A_JP_small.jpgPhotographed during the last night this DC9 will ever spend on an airport ramp. In the morning, it will be moved to the Delta museum where it will be placed on 3 concrete pads in the grass as an exhibit
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DELTA_717_N935AT_ATL_1013c_JP_small.jpgSetting up the elevated photo, the airplanes are towed to their respective positions before the lift goes up
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DELTA_717_N935AT_ATL_1013ZH_JP_small.jpgI am pleased to share with you this once in a lifetime photo showcasing Delta's entire McDonnell Douglas narrow-body fleet, which includes: 717 (MD95), DC9-50, MD88, MD90. A tremendous amount of logistics and manpower went into making this photo a reality, in addition to the fact that the minute the photo shoot ended, 3 of the 4 airplanes were immediately towed to the terminal for their next flight assignments. I was honored to be invited to photograph this event, thank you Delta Air Lines!
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DELTA_717_N935AT_ATL_1013ZF_JP_small.jpgI am pleased to share with you this once in a lifetime photo showcasing Delta's entire McDonnell Douglas narrow-body fleet, which includes: 717 (MD95), DC9-50, MD88, MD90. A tremendous amount of logistics and manpower went into making this photo a reality, in addition to the fact that the minute the photo shoot ended, 3 of the 4 airplanes were immediately towed to the terminal for their next flight assignments. I was honored to be invited to photograph this event, thank you Delta Air Lines!
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SUNJETINTL_DC9_EWR_1096_JP_small.jpgNot a high quality photo, but one worthy of sharing. Sunjet Int'l DC9 takes off on runway 4L @ Newark with the beautiful towers looking on. This photo was taken 5 years and one month before 9/11/01.

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DELTA_ATL_1112G_JP_small.jpg747-400, MD88 and DC9-50 in the bay for maintenance
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NORTHWEST_DC9_N953N_JFK_0603B_JP_small.jpgNorthwest DC9-30 rests overnight at gate A2 at terminal 4
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AIRCANADA_DC9_C-FTMZ_LGA_0601_JP_small.jpgSome interesting lighting on this photo as clouds are in and out...

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NORTHWEST_DC9_N982US_JFK_0604B_JP_small.jpgRunway 22R departure for this classic Northwest DC9-30
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DOMINICANA_DC9_OPF_1009_JP_small.jpgThis DC9-30 was the unfortunate victim of "the claw", which chopped it up into little pieces (March 2012)
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midwestexpdc9_main_ewr1203.jpgNorthwest mechanic performing line maintenance on this Midwest Express DC9-30
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tigredwmd80_n682rw_fll_1_03.jpgThis former Northwest DC9-50 flies around the Detroit Tigers and Redwings sports teams to their games across the country and Canada
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nwadc9_n622nw2_ewr_10_02.jpgNWA DC9 just departed rwy 22R
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AERO_CALIFORNIA_DC9_LAX.jpgNote the registration, N840AT. This is a former AirTran airplane which I believe was retired by AirTran in July, 2003.
 
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