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Several soldiers would start engines with the help of a jeep equipped with a gasoline-powered electric generator. The aircraft would taxi out to the runway, taking 3 minutes. Clearance given, it would be in the air 4 minutes later. The average turnaround time for aircraft from an unloading base (Berlin) was a remarkable 49 minutes. P. Tunner wrote: "A force of a couple of hundred men equipped with new landing mats, sand, and asphalt, lined the runways. " "Like a Damn Coal Mine" Rapid Turnaround Once landed at Tempelhof, aircraft took 5 minutes to reach the hardstand and shut down all engines.
Occurred on 18 August 1949. SAF C-54 approaches and touches down at Fassberg. ) --f'~ ~~ ~ ISLoading -~o Area 0 20C-54s ~ ~t;J XCELLE 37 The Northern Corridor Fields Hamburg The civilian airport at FuhlsbUttel, Hamburg, was the last airfield to be included in Berlin Airlift operations. It was first opened on 10 January 1911, as an airship base. After the World War of 1914-1918, it was used exclusively by heavier-than-air aircraft and in 1933 underwent a large expansion program. F. base on 20 September 1945.
Alaska Airlines flew 87 trips from New York to Germany. It also brought eleven loads of German War brides back to America late in 1948. The Survivor The rather austere markings of this era were derived from the MATS military-style colors, and preceded the more decorative color schemes created by America S Ihost noted industrial designers in the early-1950s. Curiously, of all the many commercial operators, scheduled and non-scheduled, American and British, who participated in the Airlift, Alaska Airlines is the only one that continues to operate under the same name today.
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