Biman Bangladesh Airlines, the last commercial operator of passenger-configured Douglas DC-10s, similar to the one shown, completed the type's last scheduled passenger service on Feb. 20, flying from Dhaka to Birmingham, England, via Kuwait. The aircraft, a DC-10-30 registered S2-ACR, then carried out a series of scenic flights around the U.K. for aviation enthusiasts. The type is being replaced in service by the Boeing 777-300ER. Biman plans to donate the DC-10 to a museum, and a final ...
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