Remarks: The cockpit section of this aircraft, the second prototype of the Caravelle is preserved in the wonderful Musee de l'Air. From an enthusiasts point of view, it is a pity that the two dummies are in the seats, though this is probably appreciated by young visitors.
Remarks: Cn 105. Still in Air France colors. Note the small radome above the forward fuselage, used for testing navigation aids. This aircraft was later destroyed by an explosion in Kinshasa, DR of Congo, around 2000.
Remarks: SE-DAI (cn 210) Del. to Scandinavian Airlines 10. 2 -66 as "Alrik Viking". Swedish Air Force bt. 30.11 -71 as 85210/21. 85210/852 Swedish Air Force tfd 5.80. Withdrawn from use at Malmslätt 19. 11 -98. Restored to civil config. antennas removed 11. -98 - 01. -99. Delivered to Le Caravelle Club, flewn from Malmslätt to Stockholm/Arlanda 28. 01 -99 (TT 22367:58, TL 17346). 07. -99
Remarks: Delivered to SAS Scandinavian Airlines System 10.02.66 as Alrik Viking. To the Swedish Airforce 30.11.71. To Le Caravelle Club 10.01.99. Pls notice the remaining radio/instrument rack (ex. airforce installation).