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Name Douglas DC-9-30

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Image of Northeast Airlines DC-9-30, N9000NE, Model Airplane -

Northeast Airlines DC-9-30, N9000NE, Model Airplane -

Northeast Airlines DC-9-30, N9000NE, model airplane painted in yellowbird livery. Plastic model with metal stand and attachment on bottom of fuselage. Scale - 1:50

Image of Hughes Airwest Douglas DC-9-30 Model Airplane - ca. 2010

Hughes Airwest Douglas DC-9-30 Model Airplane - ca. 2010

Hughes Airwest Douglas DC-9-30 model airplane painted in livery of Sundance Yellow and Universal Blue colors. On the fuselage is the Hughes Airwest logo, designed by Mario Zamparelli in 1971, consisting of a horizontal axis linking three diamond-like units, which makes a stylized "HH," the initials of the airline's famous owner Howard Hughes. This aircraft livery was in use from September 1971 until Hughes Airwest merged with Republic Airlines in 1980. Model and stand made of mahogany wood. Scale - 1:100

Image of Delta Douglas DC-9-32, N3301L, Ship 201 Model Airplane - 1960s

Delta Douglas DC-9-32, N3301L, Ship 201 Model Airplane - 1960s

Delta Douglas DC-9-32, N3301L, Ship 201 model airplane painted in classic widget livery. Model is plastic with metal attachment for stand. Metal floor stand missing. Scale - 1:24

Image of Republic Airlines Douglas DC-9-30, N9357 Model Airplane  - ca. 2000-2017

Republic Airlines Douglas DC-9-30, N9357 Model Airplane - ca. 2000-2017

Republic Airlines Douglas DC-9-30, N9357 painted model airplane in aqua blue and white livery. Model and stand are mahogany wood. Scale 1:100

Image of Delta DC-9-32, at Kansas City - 12/31/1973

Delta DC-9-32, at Kansas City - 12/31/1973

Digital image, TIFF format, 72 mb Delta DC-9-32 and terminal building with snow on the ground at Kansas City International Airport on New Year's Eve.

Image of Delta Douglas DC-9-32, Ship 262, ATL - 01/08/1974

Delta Douglas DC-9-32, Ship 262, ATL - 01/08/1974

Digital image, TIFF format, 72 mb Delta Douglas DC-9-32, Ship 262, in flight, landing at Atlanta.