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Lockheed EC-121 Constellation (VH-EAG) - Avalon Airshow - 18th March 2005
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Lockheed EC-121 Constellation (VH-EAG)


Avalon Airshow - 18th March 2005


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Paul Wisgerhof
ROTFLMAO!! This is a Lockheed 1049 that was never a USAF EC-121.
Viv Pike
Are you sure of yourself ?
Viv Pike
I would suggest that this C-121 has never flown a commercial passenger.

Gavin Hughes
This particular Connie was a C-121C with the USAF serial no. 54-0157, construction no 4176. See history at https://hars.org.au/lockheed-c-121c-super-constellation/. The 'EC' description is probably one of those FA issues.
gwapo santa
I was in Ceylon 1959 when Quantas used RAF Negombo saw many and PanAm 707. DC3
What a magnificent photo of a magnificient aircraft. Sunset / sunrise adds to the pleasure of seeing this.Brightened up my morning no end. Wandered around inside one when it came to the UK a few years ago...
Gets my vote for the most beautiful piston engine transport ever built. Thanks for posting, great photo!
Diana Rose
Google This: USN EC-121 Warning Star Barbers Point 1964 8x12 Photo.
Photo Description: A left side view 8x12 photo of a United States Navy Lockheed ( C-121 Constellation) EC-121P Warning Star aircraft SH-28 ( BuNo 143205 ) assigned to An Airborne Early Warning Barrier Squadron Pacific (AEWBARRONPAC) pictured taxiing at Naval Air Station (NAS) Barbers Point, Hawaii, on March 8, 1964. It was later converted to WC-121N before going into storage in 1971. In 1976 it was scrapped. Please be advised this photo is a bit soft.
Johns Carey
Wholeheartedly agree, this is one of, if not the most beautiful aircraft to fly the skies.
Dw Mack
Actually this bird is STILL around. Check out https://hars.org.au/lockheed-c-121c-super-constellation/
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