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McDonnell Douglas DC-10 (T264) - DC-10 converted to KDC-10 at DFW.
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McDonnell Douglas DC-10 (T264)


DC-10 converted to KDC-10 at DFW.


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I guess that they removed this type of aircraft from the fleet sometime ago.
Thibault Dosunmu
This is a KDC-10 of the Dutch Royal Airforce and it is still in service (last flight on Feb 07th from Catania to Eindhoven)
marylou anderson
Jim Smirh
Hard to see the tail boom at this angle. Looks like it's a DC-10-30 (note the center line main gear) that was once or still is in use as a freighter. Looks like a hard working aircraft that could use a paint job or at least a wash! ;)
David Seider
It looks like ol' Prins Bernhard could use a good scrub-down.
But seeing a three-holer in active service is always a good thing!
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