The venerable Lockheed L-1011 TriStar was designed as a medium to long haul airliner in the 250 seat range. The 500 was the long range model designed to make the L-1011 more competitive with the DC-10. Shorter than earlier models, it sacrificed passenger capacity for greater range. The TriStar was well liked by pilots and passengers alike, and no greater tribute can be paid to this old workhorse than the fact that some L-1011's are still in front line service today, 36 years after its maiden flight.

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Left runway view
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Right runway view
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Left flight view
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Right flight view
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Flight view
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Flight view
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Top view
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Bottom view
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Poor landing approach
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Roll out
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Headed to the gates

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L1011 Mike Stone Aircraft
http://members.gtw.net/~blade/home.htm
Texture for Mike Stone's Fs2002 L1011 aircraft
http://www.gjsmith.com/fs2002.htm
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