Manila’s Super Constellation goes downunder

Lockheed C-121J Super Constellation

4 Responses

  1. Winkson Crawford says:

    Is this really taking place?
    I’m Winkson Crawford the Main Son of Winky
    please up date me on this plane.

  2. I risked getting whiplash each time I rubbernecked to find Connie, whether I was driving on the road beside the airport or peeking out the window of an airplane that gave me a vantage point. Am I ever so glad the old gal is getting a proper and well-served retirement. In fact, I hope she gets a restoration!

  3. Tom Harwood says:

    May I offer a quick clarification? The Qantas Founders museum isn’t part of Qantas. We’re an independent Western Queensland community-based organisation which endeavours to tell the story of Qantas where the story began, in Longreach, in 1922. We have a very good working relationship with the airline but we’re separate entities and the museum, not the airline, bought the airframe which has been reconstructed, painted in Qantas livery and in which displays are currently being developed. (I’m the Curator at the museum which is how I know)

    • waebi says:

      Thank you very much for your contribution and your clarification.
      Is it OK for you to leave this clarification in your comment
      or do you prefer to have it put as an update in the main article.

      Cheers, waebi

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