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Le Caravelle Club :: Caravelle back in Finnair livery

Theme LiveriesPosted by The Blog Owner Sun, March 25, 2012 19:02:36

Finnair’s (Helsinki) Caravelle days are being remembered in a movie currently being filmed in Stockholm. Le Caravelle Club’s Sud Aviation SE.210 Caravelle III SE-DAI (msn 210) has been repainted in the 1966 livery of Finnair as OH-LSB. OH-LSB is also named “Tampere”. The shade of blue used in the repainting appears to be a lighter shade of blue than what was used in this era. The original OH-LSB (msn 182), also named “Tampere”, was actually a larger SE.210 Caravelle 10B3.

Top Copyright Photo: Stefan Sjogren. The new “OH-LSB” is parked close to taxiway W at Stockholm – Arlanda today. Filming is taking place this month in Stockholm. The Caravelle was repainted just a few days ago at Arlanda.

Bottom Copyright Photo: Jacques Guillem. The historic photo of Douglas DC-9-15 OH-LSK is an actual aircraft painted in the 1966 livery which appears to be a darker shade of blue. The “F in the circle” logo by the nose was introduced in 1968.

Source: AirlinersGallery

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