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31June 09, 2006 - 05:32 PM
Claude Suire from France
suirecl@yahoo.com

An interesting site dedicated to a wonderful plane. I really enjoyed flying rock solid DC8s, 50s, 60s and 70s between 1977 and 1988. Now a 330/340 captain, I still remember those years on DC8 with a great pleasure...

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32February 21, 2006 - 01:52 AM
Frank Ketteler from Germany
frank@dc-8.de - Visit my homepage

Hi Ken,
it's allways a pleasure comming back to your site!

Best regards
Frank

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33December 30, 2005 - 02:05 PM
JJ from United States

The DC-8 is a very nice plane to watch taking off but thats the only plus i can see in the plane.As a mechanic i think the plane sould be grounded, it was poorly designed.They call the DC-8 a paper airplane and i can see why,they put the plane together while it was still on the drawing board and it shows.In my honest oppion i think the DC-8 should be taken out back,throw some gas on it and light it,bid it good-bye and drink a few beers for good old times and slam the book on the diesel 8.

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34November 27, 2005 - 10:41 PM
Anthony M. Kudrik from United States
DC_8_60s_70s@msn.com

I flew the DC-8 first with Rosenbalm,then Translift of Ireland,and finally Rich.The DC-8's I've flown were 50's,60's and finally 70's in passenger,freight and combination.Most modern aircraft will never see the life and cycles that the DC-8 has flown except the DC-3. Any crew members I flown with contact me at the above address!

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35November 23, 2005 - 12:12 PM
Anthony M. Kudrik from United States
DC_8_60s_70s@msn.com

As a crew member of the DC-8, this aircraft never left me down!! It takes a licking and keep on ticking!! Very strong and dependable!! Boeing wake up and make a real jet again!! Maybe a
DC-8-80 series or name it a BD-787.

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