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Bring Our Birds Home
The ZK-NZC DC8 first arrived in 1965 and was used for the Royal Tour to Rarotonga. It's now derelict in Brazil.
The ZK-NZC DC8 was sold in 1983 and is now in a sorry state in Brazil. Photo: Mark Cranston
This DC10 NZS is the only one of eight Air NZ DC10s surviving and is believed to be in Cuba.
DC10 in Cuba, Havana
A Boeing 737 - this NQC was sold in 2003 and is now in Quebec.
A Lockheed Electra operated by TEAL from 1959-72. Now in Alberta, Canada.
The Lockheed Electra arrived in NZ in 1959 and was sold in 1972. It's still operational in Alberta, Canada.
The type of display envisaged one day by Bring Our Birds Home.
ZK-NBT, a 747-400 seen here in earlier days in Frankfurt.
ZK-NBT, a 747-400 that was scrapped in 2012 and may be in a desert graveyard in Arizona.
A display envisaged by Bring Our Birds Home.
A DC8 in Wellington - only one of seven that flew in our skies survives.
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