L-1011

As ANA had already introduced the current lively when this photograph was taken, this Mohican lively originated from the Boeing house colors for fitted well for this three holers when the blue portion highlighted the shape of the No.

L-1011 Tristar  The L1011 never crashed due to mechanical failure.  Among one of the safest airliners in the Jet Age with advanced avionics decades ahead of its time.

Tristar The never crashed due to mechanical failure. Among one of the safest airliners in the Jet Age with advanced avionics decades ahead of its time.

Delta Air Lines Lockheed L-1011-385-1 TriStar 1, circa 1978. (Photo: Courtesy of Delta Flight Museum)

Delta Air Lines Lockheed TriStar circa (Photo: Courtesy of Delta Flight Museum)

LTU - old German carrier - Lockheed L-1011-385-1 TriStar 1 aircraft picture

LTU - old German carrier - Lockheed TriStar 1 aircraft picture:

Pan American World Airways Lockheed L-1011-385-3 TriStar 500 (cn 193Y-1186)

Pan Am - Pan American World Airways Lockheed TriStar 500 (cn "Clipper Bald Eagle" flaring for a landing on runway 30 at MIA became ZE 704 with the Royal Air Force.

Air Canada Lockheed L-1011-385-1 TriStar 1 C-FTNA in flight over Montreal, 1973. (Photo: Courtesy of Jorge Carmo)

Air Canada Lockheed TriStar 1 C-FTNA in flight over Montréal, (Photo: Courtesy of Jorge Carmo)

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