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Pictures courtesy of galloper, who provided them on IMCDb.


Can't find out what is written on the logo ... it seems "AERO - [Something] " Sixcyl 03:22, 24 January 2016 (MST)

Perhaps the same plane seen there : Suivez cet avion ? If yes, it's F-BLOZ. LVCDC 10:33, 24 January 2016 (MST)

Good intuition! yes it is F-BLOZ actually, which belongs to the AJBS association in Aérodrome de La Ferté-Alais (LFFQ). The airplane , an ex USAAF modified as DC3 by Canadair in 1946, sold to Air France as F-BAXG ,then to the CNET (French national telecommunications research centre) , was given to the AJBS in 1985. Wearing ex CNET livery (a mix with Air France livery) as F-SEBD, then F-BLOZ. In 1988, it wears Aero-Liner logo (as on these pics) ... see the link to AJBS web site: L'histoire du DC-3 n° 13142 (2ème partie :1985-2001, l'AJBS) . Thanks a lot LVCDC! Sixcyl 13:57, 25 January 2016 (MST)