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Condor Flugdienst introduces a 1963 “Yellow Tail” Retrojet

Condor Flugdienst (Frankfurt) today (July 30) rolled out at the Manchester paint shop this former Alitalia (2nd) (Rome) Boeing 767-31B ER registered as EI-CRF (msn 25170). The second company retrojet displays the famous “yellow tail” livery introduced on the Vickers Viscounts in 1963.

Top Copyright Photos: Nik French (above) and Keith Wignall (below).

Bottom Copyright Photo: Gunter Mayer. The first Condor Flugdiest retrojet is this Airbus A320-212 D-AICA (msn 774) introduced at Berlin on December 5, 2011. The airliner displays the original 1961 color scheme and is named “Hans”.

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3 responses

  1. Brian McDonough | Reply

    Nice, hopefully it will now come to BWI for me!

    1. Go for it Brian. Thanks.

      Bruce

  2. Hendrick deWolff | Reply

    Personally I like the 1961 color scheme best.

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