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D-ABYA "Brandenburg"

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Herr Drabek's marvelous take on the Lufthansa 747-8i D-ABYA, "Brandenburg".  I'm partial to this one..

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This image shows her departing Nairobi, Kenya.  On 11/20/1974, D-ABYB, "Hessen", a 747-130, crashed here on departure to Johannesburg.  For that reason, there will not be another D-ABYB.  

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Cruising over Lake Victoria. Entebbe, Uganda is seen below.

Great work, as usual, Steve!

-Scott Brandenburg.

 

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Scott: Lovely shot of the banking and climbout. Looks majestic. Thanks!

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Great shots Scott!

She was fun to paint.  Hope you enjoy many flights with her.

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Regards,

Steve Dra

Download my paints here at Avsim by clicking here

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