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Off to MEXICO with BOB ROWE Behind us there's two hundred faces Beholding our jet break left The snapping thunder of our JT 8s Has left the odd one, full of breath What a buzz, 300 feet Directly over the hotel pool Everyone looked up, some of them waved Perhaps someone said, `those fools' Maybe we were a little low Though well left of the tall TV antenna With the plane on its side the logo would show Advertising is always such a dilemma The last time I flew out of here Was 71, in slow old red Aeronca Snapping out of the turn Bob and I split for Mexico Behind us, West End, Grand Bahama For the last two days we've been partying back there We know lots of the people that waved Fifteen years ago, my plane was 200 knots slower Back then I wasn't so bold or so brave But Bob had said, `Lets do it!
Regarding the picture of a DC7 in front of a Swissair DC8 on an european airport and why it might have been there, I can contribute the following: In July of 1964 I flew on a Pacific Western DC7c from Frankfurt to Toronto via Shannon and Gander and returned to Frankfurt in August of 1964 on a DC6B.
The flights were chartered by AFS (American Field Service), an international student exchange organization headquartered in New York, to transport exchange students between the US and Europe.
It was this ramp crew that loaded and off loaded tons of cargo, baggage and mail.
In terms of tonnage, it was probably the biggest ramp operation in the system.