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Halfway between San Francisco and San Jose in San Carlos is a small museum Hiller Aviation. The museum is dedicated mainly aircraft Hiller's, but I was interested in another object or fuselage of Boeing 747-136 in the colors of the historical line already Flying Tigers. Same lines operated the first regular cargo carrier in the United States. They are providing a service to a large extent for the US Army. In 1988, they were taken over by a FedEx. A fragment of the fuselage which appears in the picture never belonged to the FT, was first delivered in 1971 to the line BOAC, and after the name change served in the British Airways to 1999. Then he went to Roswell, New Mexico, and a few years later, the hull was taken to San Carlos and It has been repainted in the colors FT.

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Halfway between San Francisco and San Jose in San Carlos is a small museum Hiller Aviation. The museum is dedicated mainly aircraft Hiller's, but I was interested in another object or fuselage of Boeing 747-136 in the colors of the historical line already Flying Tigers. Same lines operated the first regular cargo carrier in the United States. They are providing a service to a large extent for the US Army. In 1988, they were taken over by a FedEx. A fragment of the fuselage which appears in the picture never belonged to the FT, was first delivered in 1971 to the line BOAC, and after the name change served in the British Airways to 1999. Then he went to Roswell, New Mexico, and a few years later, the hull was taken to San Carlos and It has been repainted in the colors FT.

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