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Texas International DC-9

Texas International was among many local service airlines to use the

SABENA 747 (Belgian airline, no longer in business)

- Photo taken at Brussels - National (Zaventem) / Melsbroek (BRU / EBBR / EBMB) in Belgium in Early

ValuJet Douglas DC-9-21 N126NK at Orlando-International, circa December 1995. (Photo: Michael F. McLaughlin)

ValuJet Douglas (registered taxiing at Orlando-International, circa December (Photo: Michael F.

Partial view of the Braniff Terminal at DFW  Courtesy of Andrew Stiffler

Partial view of the Braniff Terminal at DFW Courtesy of Andrew Stiffler, air art, airliners, 727

Boeing 707 British Caledonian at Manchester. Photo by Planes International

Boeing 707 British Caledonian at Manchester. Photo by Planes International

Continental Airlines Boeing 707... The Proud Bird with the Golden Tail!

Continental Airlines Boeing 720 took me to visit my relatives in Chicago .

Boeing 727s, Lambert International Airport, St. Louis, 1970's - Ozark Airlines

Aviation Photo McDonnell Douglas - Ozark Air Lines

Texas International Airlines, DC 9 32

Last day of TI operation, prior to the merger with Continental - Photo taken at St. Louis International (STL / KSTL) in Missouri, USA on October

Continental Airlines Boeing 707

Continental Airlines Boeing 707

Continental Airlines McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10 N68048 in flight over Arizona, September 1981. N68048 was being utilised as a test bed for winglet technology that would eventually go into the development of the MD-11. (Image: McDonnell Douglas / Continental Airlines / Geoffrey Thomas)

Continental Airlines McDonnell Douglas in flight over Arizona, September was being utilised as a test bed for winglet technology that would eventually go into the development of the (Image: McDonnell Douglas / Continental Airlines / Geoffrey Thomas)

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10,  Continental Airlines at Chicago O'Hare Airport

Continental Airlines Livery: Proud Bird with Black Contrail Tail Logo, Jingle: "We really move our tail for you!

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