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D-BOBL, De Havilland Canada DHC-8-102A, Cirrus Airlines, Team Lufthansa, Euro Flag, Q100
Code Number:
TAFV11P12_18
Title:
D-BOBL, De Havilland Canada DHC-8-102A, Cirrus Airlines, Team Lufthansa, Euro Flag, Q100
CN: 225
Test registration: C-GFQL

History:
12/09/1990 Hamburg Airlines D-BOBL
03/04/1998 Cirrus Airlines D-BOBL
26/09/2007 Royal Bengal Airlines S2-AEL
Keywords:
Bombardier Dash 8, Dash-8, de Havilland, DHC-8, Fixed wing twin engine, Propeller, Turboprop, Turbo Prop, STOL, Regional Airliner, propjet, Single-aisle, Fixed wing multi engine, Commuter, medium range, DHC8, Propliner, Fixed-Wing Airliner, Passenger Plane, Aircraft, Airline, Airplane, Commercial Aviation, Fleet, Livery, Equipment, Airframe, Commerce, Transport, Travel, Technology, Aerospace, Civil Transportation, Avion, History
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Wernher Krutein

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