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Boeing 727-100 (N8842E) - B727-200  1976
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Boeing 727-100 (N8842E)

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B727-200 1976

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Mark Follmer
That's a -200
Keith Brown
Vintage photo! An airline with a very checkered past, reading the history is almost like a fiction novel, and the personalities involved. Rickenbacker, Lorenzo, even Donald Trump. I once knew a guy that was a captain at Eastern and lost his job during the labor issues.
Fritz Cooper
Somewhere in Florida, MIA, FLL or PBI, 42E turning off after a cross-wind landing. See the Australian pines in the background, wind appears from NE at 15 given the deflection of the tree tops.
Ric Saboya
The post about 42E landing is questionable as per flt cntrl surfaces set for take off not landing and it's definitely a -200
George General
Nice. I remember flying on those.
cougardad
B727-225. last seen @ KMHV 1995, broken up. good example of a real workhorse.
easy to hand fly & very stable going to CAT 2 minimums.
Justin Smith
Every time I see Eastern's livery (the vintage Eastern), I think about how they went bankrupt while we were on Spring Break....and we got stuck in Miami. Good memories, thanks mom and dad!
Ralph Wigzell
It could be after landing if they were in the process of retracting the flaps, because the TE flaps appear to be less than 15 but slightly more than 5. -200
Doug Zalud
I'm curious about the tail section off the nose, as well. N
CESAR MATTOS
Yes Mark, that is 200
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