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Air Pictorial 1976-10
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G.Endres - Air Afrique
Pan Am Boeing 707 N890PA on lease to Air Afrique for the New York service
One of many Boeing 707s leased from Air France in the mid-1960s. F-BHSB is seen at Dakar
Air Afrique's sole Douglas DC-3. TU-TCL, seen at Abidjan in 1970, was purchased in 1966 and is still in service.
Air Afrique DC-4 (C-54A) TU-TBQ was leased from Air France from August 1961 to December 1963.
Air Afrique's workhorse in the early years was the Douglas DC-4, numbers of which were operated on lease from Air France and UAT. Shown under the tail of a Nord Noratlas is UAT DC-4 F-BFGP which later became Air Afrique's TU-TBK
Air Afrique's second McDonnell Douglas DC-8-53, TU-TCB, shortly after delivery in January 1964
DC-8-33 TU-TCD in Air Afrique’s current livery landing at Malta
One of two Caravelle 11Rs purchased in 1967, in French marks, shortly before delivery
F-BGSL a DC-6B which later became TU-TCJ
TU-TBM is a DC-6A
Air Afrique's workhorse in the early years was the Douglas DC-4, numbers of which were operated on lease from Air France and UAT. Shown under the tail of a Nord Noratlas is UAT DC-4 F-BFGP which later became Air Afrique's TU-TBK
Air Afrique's first McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30, TU-TAL
F-BHBO, later TU-TBA. was one of two Lockheed L.1649A Starliners leased from Air France and used to start international long-haul services on 16th October 1961
TU-TIE was one of two NAMC YS-11As operated for a short period by Air Afrique in 1971-72. The aircraft were later transferred to Air Ivoire