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The Revolutionary Caravelle 12 / 2018
In 1953, SNCASE, was awarded a contract to develop 2 prototypes of their proposed short to medium range jet powered aircraft. Capitalizing on DeHavilland's experience developing the Comets, the proven Rolls Royce Avon engine, and a fortuitous market segment selection, the project developed smoothly, and by 1955 the first prototype took flight.
   The first orders were received in 1956. By April 1959 the tail mounted twin engine design entered service. While Boeing, Douglas, and DeHavilland battled over long haul jet orders, the Caravelle was unchallenged, and sold some 280 aircraft world wide.
    The sleek Caravelle breathed life into the struggling French civil aircraft industry, and in fact helped to launch the Concorde years later.
    Following are examples from most Caravelle operators, followed by a collection of assorted Caravelle cards.
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Sud Aviation Caravelle Prototype #1 KCF
Shown on this rare card are the prototype Caravelles in 1957. In the foreground is F WHHI, the second prototype. In the background is F WHRA, the first prototype, wearing Air France colors.
The card, issued by Editions D'Art Raymon, was kindly shared by Kuo Ching Fu.


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Sud Aviation Caravelle 1 #1 KCF
Somewhat surprisingly, Scandinavian flew the first actual revenue flight with the Caravelle. This card, by courtesy of Kuo-Ching Fu shows the first Caravelle 1s in the colors of Scandinavian and Air France.

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Aero Tour Caravelle 6N
Aerotour operated 7 Caravelle 6s and a single Caravelle 3 during its five years of service. Shown on this Aerotour issue is F BVPU, their first Caravelle  delivered in 1975 from original operator SABENA. After shutdown the aircraft served Corse Air International until WFU in 1984

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Aerolineas Argentinas Caravelle 6 #1w
The original Caravelle III prototype was built in 1959. After testing and demonstrations it was converted to a 6 model and delivered to Aerolineas Argentinas in January 1962. This excellent Cordoba Airport card from my want list features that aircraft, LV-HGX. It ultimately was sold to Europe Aero Service in 1979. Four additional 6N models were operated by Aerolineas Argentinas, each of which went to the Argentine Air Force in 1973.

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Aerosucre Caravelle 11
Aerosucre, founded in 1969, and still operating today, began Caravelle operations in 1982, with 2 ex Trans Europa model 11Rs. Six additional Caravelles  were added, but by 2000 727s and 737s had taken over all operations.
  This aircraft, HK 2850, was delivered new to Trans Europa in 1969, where it operated until sale to Aerosucre in 1982. It was written off at Arauca, in Nov. 1986.
   The card is an Aviation Data Centre issue


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Aerotal Caravelle 6 #4 RW
Aerotal of Colombia, operated 6 Caravelle VI-Rs from 1975-1985. This one, HK-1779 was originally a LAN Chile aircraft delivered in 1964. It went to Aerotal in 1975, and was wfu in 1981.
   Card is a Movifoto issue, by courtesy of Russ Williamson


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Air Afrique Caravelle 11 #3
The great multi-National Airline Air Afrique operated from 1961-2002. In 1967 it took delivery of 2 new 11R models, which it operated through 1984. Two additional model 10Rs were operated from 1973-1978.
   The card is the less common of 2 Air Afrique issues.


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Air Algerie Caravelle 3 #1
Air Algerie, founded in 1947 operated 8 Caravelles. 7T VAG, shown on this excellent Air Algerie issue was the 18th Caravelle delivered. It was delivered as a model 1 in December 1959, and converted to a 3 in 1961. It operated for the airline from 1959-1975, and later served with the Algerian Air Force.

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Air Burundi Caravelle 3
This Caravelle 3, 9U BTA was an ex Air France model, delivered to Air Burundi in 1975. It was the sole Caravelle operated by the  airline until wfu in 1995.
  Card is a JJ issue.


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Air Caledonie Caravelle 10 #2bd
Air Caledonie International, (now AirCalin), operated F GEPC from 1984-1988. Originally a Syrian Arab aircraft, it left Air Caledonie for Europe Aero Service, but in 1994 was sold to Ibero America in Colombia. It apparently landed on a dry lake in Mexico with a load of drugs, and was cut up by Mexican police in 1995.
   Card is an Editions PI issue by courtesy of Bernd Dienel.


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Air Charter Caravelle 3 #1
Air Charter International operated a substantial fleet of ex Air France Caravelle IIIs from 1970-1980. This beauty, F-BJTO, was delivered to Air France in 1963, operating until sale to Air Charter in 1971. It was wfu in 1980 at Orly.
  Card is an Aironautica Issue


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Air City Caravelle 10 #2
Air City of Switzerland operated 2 Caravelle 10Bs. This one, HB ICJ, shown on a nice Air City Issue was the Prototype 10B3, subsequently delivered to Finnair in 1966. It later served with CTA, Altair and Europe Aero Service before joining Air City from 1988-1991. It operated for nearly a decade in Zaire with Waltair and was retired in 2005.

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Air Congo Caravelle 11
Air Congo, later Air Zaire, took delivery of 2 new Caravelle 11Rs in 1968. This one, 9Q CLC, went to COTAM, (French Air Force) from 1976-1995. It was then acquired by Air Gabon and finally Trans Air Cargo, where it was written off in 2004.
    Card is a Dexempo issue.


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Air Zaire Caravelle 6 #1TH
The other Air Congo Caravelle 11R, shown in its Air Zaire Colors.
Card is an APC Publications issue by courtesy of Terry Hale.


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Air France Caravelle 3 #19KCF
Air France, naturally, was committed to the Caravelle, first taking delivery of the 1 models which were subsequently converted to 3s, and then additional 3s totaling 33. Strangely, however, Air France never operated the more advanced models.
   Card is a vintage Editions PI issue by courtesy of Kuo-Ching Fu


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Air Inter Caravelle 3 #3
Air Inter's first Caravelle IIIs were delivered in 1967, and a number of second hand IIIs joined the fleet later. F BNKE, shown on this Air Inter issue was the 3rd Caravelle delivered new to the airline, and was retired in December of 1980.

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Air Inter Caravelle 12 #3
Air Inter's first Caravelle 12 was delivered in December of 1972, and they also took delivery of the last Caravelle aircraft built, in March of 1973. This one however, F GCVK was originally a Sterling airliner, delivered to Air inter in 1982.
Card is an Editions PI issue.


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Air Toulouse Caravelle 6 #1
Air Toulouse was one of the last Caravelle operators, taking delivery of their first model 10 in December 1991. Ultimately seven Caravelles were operated, giving way to 737s by 1995.
  F BMKS, shown on this Birmingham Airport card was delivered new to Finnair. It passed through Kar Air and Air Charter, before arriving at Air Toulouse in 1992.


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Air Viet Nam Caravelle 3
Air Vietnam Nam operated a solitary Caravelle from 1964-1969. It was originally delivered to Varig in 1959, serving for just 5 years. In 1969 it was acquired by Air France, but leased to Royal Air Maroc in 1970.
     The card is an excellent Air Vietnam Nam Issue.


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Alia Caravelle 10
Alia Royal Jordanian ordered 3 Caravelle 10 Rs, the first of which was JY ACS, delivered in 1965, and shown on this Alia issue. It later served with Air Afrique, Trans Europa, Hispania, corse Air and Europe Aero Service, before retirement in the late 1980s

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Alitalia Caravelle 6 #7
Alitalia operated a total of 21 Caravelles.    This model 6N, I DABI, was delivered in April of 1961. It served through 1969, when it went to SAM. It ultimately went to African Air Charter in 1980 and was written off in 1985.
  Card is a GM issue for Genoa Airport


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Armee de L'air Caravelle 3
Naturally the French Military acquired Caravelles. This one, (unidentified) is seen on an Armee de L'air issue. Most were retired by the early 1980s.

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Altair (Italy) Caravelle 3
Altair of Italy acquired two ex Air Inter Caravelle 3s in 1982, later adding three 10Bs in 1984.
This one, I GISA, was delivered to Finnair in 1960, serving withLTU, Transavia & Air Inter before arriving at Altair. It was sold in 1986 to Air Transport Service of Zaire.
Card is an Aviation Hobby Shop Issue.


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Austrian Caravelle 6 #4 KCF
Austrian's First Caravelle IVR arrived in June of 1963. This splendid Alpine Luftbild issue shows OE LCE, the first of five. It operated for Austrian until 1972, when it went to Luxair. Retired in 1978.
   Card by courtesy of Kuo-Ching Fu.


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Aviaco Caravelle 6
Aviaco operated 9 Caravelles, including both 6s and 10s. All were obtained from Iberia in 1972 and 1973. Shown on this 1973 Aviaco issue is a model VI R, EC
ARK, which operated until 1976 and was sold to Aerocesar of Colombia.


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Belgian International Caravelle 6 #1KCF
Perhaps the shortest lived Caravelle operator was Belgian International. The airline acquired a United model IV R in March of 1971, operating for 15 months before sale to Air Touring of France. In 1973 it went to Catair where it was retired in 1975.
  Card is a rare airline issue provided by courtesy of Kuo-Ching Fu.


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C T A  Caravelle 10 #2
CTA of Switzerland operated 4 Caravelle 10Rs until their merger into Balair in 1993. This one, HB CTO was originally delivered to Sterling in 1969, but was sold to SATA in 1971. It passed over to CTA in 1978, operating until 1988.
  Card is an excellent CTA issue.


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Catair Caravelles
Catair operated a fleet of 10 Caravelles, the first of which was an ex Swissair model III delivered in 1971. Additional model 6s were added through the early 1970s, and finally, 1 12 model. The first Caravelle operated only 2 years before sale to China Airlines.
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China  Caravelle 3
China airlines operated 4 Caravelle IIIs, the first of which were received from Swissair in 1971. All were WFU by 1979.
     This China Airlines issue is not  very common.


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Cruzeiro Caravelle 6 #6
Cruzeiro operated a fleet of 7 Caravelle VIs during the years from 1962 to 1975. PP-CJA, illustrated on this rather uncommon Cruzeiro issue was the first, delivered to Cruzeiro in 1962. It spent its later years hauling freight for Airborne express, and was on display for years at the Cincinnati airport.

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E A S  Caravelle 10
EAS operated as many as 19 Caravelles, including 6s and 10s. This one, F GDJU, a 10B3, was originally delivered to Sterling in 1965. It was sold to Syrian Arab in 1971, where it operated until delivery to EAS in 1982. It operated briefly for Air Toulouse, before ending life in Zaire.
Card is an Avimage Issue.


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Euralair Caravelle 6 #1
Euralair operated three Caravelle 6s between 1972 and 1980. This one, F BSEL, was originally an Austrian aircraft, that was sold to Euralair in 1972. It operated until 1980 and ended its career in Colombia with Lineas Aereas Suramericanas.
The card is an excellent over-length Euralair issue.


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Far Eastern Caravelle 6
In August of 1973 Far Eastern Air Transport received the first of three ex Iberia Caravelle 6s. All were retired by 1979, but are remembered on this FATS issue.

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Finnair Caravelle 10 #4
Finnair's Caravelle service began in 1960 with 1As, their first jet aircraft. Later deliveries included IIIs, VIs, and by 1964, the first of 9 10B3s arrived.
OH LSB, shown on this oversized Finnair issue, was the 2nd 10B received. It operated for Finnair until 1981, when sold to Europe Aero Service. There it operated for 10 years and then joined SERCA in Colombia, where it was W/O in May of 1993.


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Iberia Caravelle 6 #6 KCF
Iberia began receiving model VI Caravelles in early 1962, with deliveries continuing until 1965.  A total of 12 were operating through 1976, when the last were retired. This one, shown on a rare oversized Iberia Issue, went to AVIACO in 1973, and TAC of Colombia in 1976. Iberia introduced 10Rs in 1967 and even operated 2 leased 11Rs.
   Many thanks to Kuo-Ching Fu for sharing this card.


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Indian Caravelle 6N #1KCF
One wouldn’t imagine by the postcard population that Indian was a significant Caravelle operator. However Indian received 9 new Caravelle VI Ns between 1963 and 1967, plus three additional VI Ns to replace crashed aircraft. The Caravelles operated until the latter 1970s, and other than a couple for Pushpaka, the fleet was essentially scrapped.
This rare Indian issue is consistent with some of their other early cards in the rather inaccurate portrayal of the aircraft shown.

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J A T Caravelle 6 #2
Although JAT received their first Caravelle VI in 1963, they intermittently added VI  models through 1969 ultimately operating 8. YU-AHG, shown on this excellent JAT issue was one of the last, delivered in January 1968. It left JAT in 1973, and flew for Indian, Air Inter and Minerve before retirement.

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Kingdom of Libya Caravelle 6 #2 bm
Kingdom of Libya Airlines acquired three Caravelle VIs in the late 1960s, which went on to serve with Libyan Arab as late as 1987. 5A DAA, shown on this rare Kingdom of Libya issue was originally delivered to the French Military in 1963. It was WFU from Libyan Arab in 1975.
Card by courtesy of  Bertrand Mouchmino.


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LAN Chile Caravelle 6 #1a KCF
LAN Chile was the second South American airline to order Caravelles. Three Caravelle VI Rs were delivered in the spring of 1964, and initially, LAN used them on the international routes to North America. The 3 Caravelles served until August of 1975, when they were sold to Aerotal of Colombia.
Shown is a Sud Aviation issue shared by Kuo-Ching Fu. The same image was released  on a Lyna Paris issue.


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L T U  Caravelle 10R #1
LTU acquired their first Caravelle III from Finnair in 1964 followed by a new one in 1967. They were quickly replaced by 5 10R models delivered from 1967-1969. Shown on this LTU issue is D ABAP, delivered in December 1967. It operated until 1979, when sold to SAT. In 1986 it went to Istanbul Airlines.  WFU in 1988.

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Luxair Caravelle 6
LX-LGE, shown on this excellent Luxair issue was the 234th Caravelle, delivered to Luxair in March of 1970. Two more VI Rs were added to the Luxair fleet in 1972. In 1978, two of the Caravelles went to SAN of Ecuador. This one went earlier to SATA of Switzerland, and later served with Catair and Air Inter.

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Middle East Caravelle 6 #2
Middle East took delivery of their first Caravelle VI in 1963, later assuming another from the merger with Air Liban. Others were acquired from Air France and Royal Air Maroc. Shown on this splendid Sud Aviation issue is presumably OD AEF delivered new to MEA in May of 1963.

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Panair Do Brasil Caravelle 6 #1
Panair do Brasil took delivery of 4 Caravelle 6 Rs in 1962, but by 1966, all we're gone. Two went to Cruzeiro, 1 to the Brazilian Air Force, and PP PDU, illustrated on this card issued by Flavio Barbosa Amaral was actually damaged beyond repair executing an emergency evasive maneuver on approach to Recife Airport in September, 1963.

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Royal Air Maroc Caravelle 3 #1
Royal Air Maroc was one of the earliest Caravelle operators, taking delivery of their first 1A in May of 1960. Six more were delivered, with the last being CN CCT, in 1968. It is featured on this nice R A M issue. It was sold to Air Alexandrie in 1980, and ended its service in Zaire in 1990.

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Sabena Caravelle 6 #10
Caravelles joined Sabena's fleet in January 1961, operating until the early 1970s. This excellent Sabena issue shows OO SRG in flight, one of many Sabena Caravelle cards. It operated through 1973, and finished its career with Indian Airlines. Several others were transferred to subsidiary Sobelair.

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SAN Ecuador Caravelle #1 RW
SAN operated a total of 5 Caravelle VIs, of which three were ex TAP aircraft, and two came from Luxair. Their first (TAP) Caravelles were delivered in 1975, the Luxairs came in 1978. All were W/O or WFU by 1983.
The card is a Movifoto issue by courtesy of Russ Williamson.


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SAETA Caravelle III #1
The Ecuadorian Airline SAETA acquired 6 ex Alitalia Caravelles in the late 1970s, three of which were used for parts. Shown on this Manche issue is HC BAD, a III model, built in 1960 for Alitalia, and delivered to SAETA in 1977. It flew only 2 years, retiring in 1979. SAETA's last Caravelle operations were in 1986.

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SAM Caravelle 6 #1
SAM, the charter subsidiary of Alitalia operated 12 Caravelle 6s during the period from 1968 to 1976. I DABT, shown on this excellent SAM issue was the first Caravelle delivered, and the last retired in February 1977.

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S A S Caravelle 3 #14 KCF
Scandinavian, the first airline to operate a Caravelle service, ordered 20, the first of which was delivered in April of 1959. The Caravelles operated until 1975, but few found homes after their SAS service.
Shown on this stunning vintage Jaeger issue is LN KLH, sn 3, the first Caravelle delivered.
This card by courtesy of Kuo-Ching Fu.


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S A T  Caravelle 10s
The German Charter Airline SAT received two Caravelle 10s from LTU in 1979. D-ABAV and D ABAP, shown on this Storms Kunstverlag issue, were delivered new to LTU in December 1967 and February 1968. They served with SAT for 7 years and were sold to EAS, and Istanbul Airlines, finally retiring in 1989.

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S A T A (Swiss) Caravelle 10
The Swiss charter airline SATA operated 4 Caravelle 10Rs, plus one 6R. Shown on this nice SATA issue is HB ICN, which was delivered new to the airline in 1968. After 10 years of service it went to CTA, wher it served another 10 years before sale to Istanbul

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Sobelair Caravelle 6
Sobelair acquired 3 Caravelle VIs from Sabena plus 1 Caravelle III from Swissair in 1971. They operated only through 1975. OO SRD, shown on this excellent Sobelair issue went to Royal Air Maroc in December 1973 and crashed 12 days later.

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Sterling Caravelle 10 #4
Sterling Airways was a major operator of Caravelles, operating a total of 34, beginning with their first 10B3 in 1965. Deliveries continued and by 1971 Sterling was introducing the first of a fleet of 7 new 12s. In 1972 their fleet was expanded with 13 ex United model 6Rs.
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Swissair Caravelle 3 #1
Swissair acquired their first 4 Caravelle IIIs in 1960. These were originally ordered by SAS, but not delivered. In 1962, 4 more Caravele IIIs were acquired to complete an 8 aircraft fleet.
HB ICZ, shown on this common Swissair issue operated through 1969, was temporarily leased to Air Algerie, and finally sold to Transavia in 1970. WFU in 1975.


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Syrian Arab Caravelle 10
Syrian Arab ordered two 10B3s for delivery in 1965 and 1966. In 1971, 2 additional 10B3s were acquired from Sterling. Two of the Caravelles flew for Syrian Air until the mid 1990s, nearly 30 years!
This Syrian Arab issued card shows one of the 10Bs.


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TAC Caravelle 6 #2
TAC of Colombia operated three 6Rs in the mid to late 1970s. They were all originally Iberia aircraft that served three years with AVIACO before sale to TAC. This one, shown on a splendid Movifoto issue, is HK-1810, received in February 1976, and destroyed apparently by a bomb in 1980.
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TAE Caravelle 10 #2
T A E  of Spain operated a fleet of 3 Caravelle 10Bs from 1976 through 1989. EC CUM, shown on this excellent TAE issue was originally delivered to UTA in 1966. It flew for Sterling and Finnair before arriving at TAE in 1976. It, like many others went to Colombia with Aerosucre in 1993.

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TAP Caravelle 6 #4
For an airline that operated only 4 Caravelles, TAP was generous with their postcards. Shown on this TAP issue is CS-TCA, their first of three new VI Rs, delivered in 1962 and 63. A fourth was leased in 1968. The three new aircraft were all sold to SAN in 1975.
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Thai (International) Caravelle 6
Thai international entered an agreement with Scandinavian to help develop a world class international airline. In connection with that effort, 8 Scandinavian Caravelles were leased for operations in the Orient.
This Thai International issue shows the Caravelle along with the original destinations.


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Transavia Caravelle 6 #1
Transavia began adding Caravelles in 1970, most of which were ex United VI Rs. Most were WFU in 1975, but Transavia operated a total of 15 Caravelles during those years.
Shown on this spectacular Transavia issue is PH TRS, an ex United aircraft which entered service in 1970, but went to Air Afrique in 1974 and the Republic of Chad in 1976.
Absolutely my favorite Caravelle card!


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TransEuropa Caravelle 11
TransEuropa took delivery of 2 new Caravelle 11Rs in 1969, plus a 10R in 1970. Five more used 10Rs were added during the 1970s from various airlines, but by 1982, the airline began eliminating them.
This nice TransEuropa issue shows 11R EC-BRX, in flight. It went to Aerosucre in 1982, and was W/O at Arauca Colombia in 1986.


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Transwede Caravelle 10
This beautiful 10B3 Caravelle is one of 3 operated by Transwede. All were originally Sterling aircraft received by Transwede in 1985 and 86.  They only operated through 1989. Shown on this Aeroprint issue is LN-BSE, which was later reregistered as SE DHA. It left Transwede in 1990 for Sultan Air of Turkey, but spent its last 10 years with Lineas Aereas Suramericanas from 1992 to 2002.

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Tunis Air Caravelle 3 #1
Tunis Air received their first of four new Caravelle IIIs in August of 1961. The last new Caravelle, TS ITU was delivered in 1968. Four others were leased in the early 1970s to complete their Caravelle fleet.
TS MAC, shown on the above Tunis Air issue , was the 3rd Caravelle delivered, which operated from 1966-1977.


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U T A Caravelle 10
U T A acquired 3 Caravelle 10s in 1966 and 1967. One went to Sterling in less than a year, and another went to SATA after 5 years.
F-BNRA, the first delivered, operated for 10 years and was sold to Air Afrique.
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United Caravelle 6 #1
United, somewhat surprisingly was the only US Airline to order the Caravelle. Twenty were ordered, with the first N1001U arriving in January 1961. In 1971 it went to Transavia, and is now at the Pima Air Museum.
N1010U, shown on this vintage Minneapolis airport card was one of the fleet of United Caravelles acquired by Sterling.


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Varig Caravelle 3 #2
VARIG joined the Caravelle club in 1959, but only operated 3, as illustrated on this Varig issued card from 1961. By 1964 they were gone. The first one, PP VJC, became the sole Air Vietnam Caravelle in 1964.

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Aerotal Caravelle 6 #1
Movifoto issue

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Aerotal Caravelle 6 #2
Movifoto issue

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Aerotal Caravelle 6 #3
Aerotal issue

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Air Afrique Caravelle 11 #1
Airline issue

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Air Algerie Caravelle 6 #1
Air Algerie issue

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Air Algerie Caravelle 6 #2
Air Algerie issue

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Air Algerie Caravelle 6 #3
Air Algerie issue

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Air Algerie Caravelles
Air Algerie issue

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Air Caledonie International Caravelle 10
Post Card Issue (Czech)

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Air Charter Caravelle 3 #2
Editions PI issue

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Air Charter Caravelle 10
Editions PI issue

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Air City Caravelle 10 #1
JJ Postcards issue

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Air City Caravelle 10 #3KCF
Air City issue
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Air France Caravelle 1 #1 KCF
Issued by Tobler Chocolates
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Air France Caravelle 1 #2 KCF
Valentine's Issue
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Air France Caravelle 1 #3 KCF
Marseilles Marignane Airport Issue
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Air France Caravelle 1 #4 KCF
Societe Editions de France  Ryner
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Air France Caravelle 1 #5 KCF
Aerotheque
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Air France Caravelle 1 #6 KCF
Valentines Issue
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Air France Caravelle 1 #7 KCF
Societe Editions de France   Ryner
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Air France Caravelle 1 #8 KCF
Frith's Series,  Reigate
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Air France Caravelle 1 #9 KCF
Jaeger Issue
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Air France Caravelle 1 #10 KCF
A V Fry Issue
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Air France Caravelle 1 #11 KCF
Sud Aviation Issue
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Air France Caravelle 1 #12 KCF
Editions d'art Yvon
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Air France Caravelle 1 #13 KCF
Societe Editions de France  Ryner
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Air France Caravelle 1s
Hercules Issue

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Air France Caravelle 3 #1
The common Air France issue

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Air France Caravelle 3 #2
Beringer & Pampaluchi issue

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Air France Caravelle 3 #3
Beringer & Pampaluchi issue! Also J Arthur Dixon

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Air France Caravelle 3 #4
Lyna Paris issue

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Air France Caravelle 3 #5
Nice Airport, Editions d'Art Montluet

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Air France Caravelle 3 #6
Editions PI # 199

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Air France Caravelle 3 #7
Paul Perrin issue

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Air France Caravelle 3 #8
Salmon issue

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Air France Caravelle 3 #9
Editions d'Art Yvon

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Air France Caravelle 3 #10
Editions PI  #109

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Air France Caravelle 3 #11
Edition Perrochet, Lausanne

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Air France Caravelle 3 #12
Society Editions de France. Ryner

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Air France Caravelle 3 #13
Editions PI #193

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Air France Caravelle 3 #14
Editions PI #88

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Air France Caravelle 3 #15
Editions PI 114

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Air France Caravelle 3 #16
Werner Friedli issue

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Air France Caravelle 3 #17
Editions PI #91

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Air France Caravelle 3 #18KCF
Editions PI #115

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Air France Caravelle 3 #20
Editions PI #91 Colorized

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Air France Caravelle 3 #21
Air France issued schedule card

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Air France Caravelle 3 #22
Editions PI #66

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Air France Caravelle 3 #23 BM
Aeroport du Havre issue
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Air France Caravelle 3 #24 KCF
Joseph Kessel Issue
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Air France Caravelle Prototype #1KCF
Unidentified Japanese Issue
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Air Inter Caravelle 3 #1
Airline issued data card

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Air Inter Caravelle 3 #2
Editions PI #231

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Air Inter Caravelle 12 #1
Airline Issue? Optilux

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Air Inter Caravelle 12 #2
Editions PI

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Air Inter Caravelle 12 #4 KCF
Airline issue Historical
"By courtesy of Kuo-Ching Fu"
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Air Inter Caravelle 12 #5KCF
Airline issue Historical
"By courtesy of Kuo-Chig Fu"
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Alia Caravelle 10 #2 KCF
Airline Issue
"By courtesy of Kuo-Ching Fu"
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Alitalia Caravelle 3 #1
Alitalia Issue

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Alitalia Caravelle 3 #2
G M issue, Milan

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Alitalia Caravelle 3 #3
Alitalia Issue

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Alitalia Caravelle 3 #4
Alitalia Issue

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Alitalia Caravelle 3 #5
Alitalia Issue

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Alitalia Caravelle 3 #6
Ernest Thill Issue,  Brussels

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Alitalia Caravelle 3 #8
Genoa Airport, GM issue

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Alitalia Caravelle 3 #9
Beringer & Pampaluchi Issue

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Alitalia Caravelle 3 #10 KCF
Airline Issue Historical
"By courtesy of Kuo-Ching Fu"
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Alitalia Caravelles
Alitalia Issue

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Austrian Caravelle 6 #1
Austrian Issue

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Austrian Caravelle 6 #2
Austrian Issue

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Austrian Caravelle 6 #3
Editions PI #204

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Austrian Caravelles
Austrian Issue

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C T A  Caravelle 10 #1
CTA Issue

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Cruzeiro Caravelle 6 #1
Manche Historical

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Euralair Caravelle 6 #2
La Cigogne Issue, Ajaccio

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Euralair Caravelle 6 #3
Euralair Issue

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Finnair Caravelle 3 #1
Finnair Issue

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Finnair Caravelle 3 #2
Finnair Issue

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Finnair Caravelle 3 #3
Finnair Issue,  US

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Finnair Caravelle 3 #4KCF
Finnair Issue  Historical
"By courtesy of Kuo-Ching Fu"
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Finnair Caravelle 3 #5 KCF
Finnair Issue
"By courtesy of Kuo-Ching Fu"
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Finnair Caravelle 10 #1
Finnair Issue

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Finnair Caravelle 10 #2
Finnair Issue

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Finnair Caravelle 10 #3
Kuultokuva Issue

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Finnair Caravelle 10 #5
Finnair Issue

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Finnair Caravelle 10 #6
Finnair Issue. Data Card

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Finnair Caravelle 10 #7 KCF
Finnair issue  Historical
"By courtesy of Kuo-Chinf Fu"
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Finnair Caravelle 10 #8 KCF
Finnair Issue
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Finnair Caravelle 10 #10 KCF
Glacee 50592
"By courtesy of Kuo-Ching Fu"
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Iberia Caravelle 6 #1
Iberia Issue

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Iberia Caravelle 6 #1a KCF
Iberia Issue
"By courtesy of Kuo-Ching Fu"
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Iberia Caravelle 6 #2
Iberia Issue

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Iberia Caravelle 6 #3
Iberia Issue

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Iberia Caravelle 6 #4
Iberia Issue

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Iberia Caravelle 6 #5
Iberia Issue

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Iberia Caravelle 6 #5a KCF
Iberia Issue
"By courtesy of Kuo-Ching Fu"
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J A T Caravelle 6 #1
JAT Issue

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J A T Caravelle 6 #3
JAT Issue

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J A T Caravelle 6 #4 KCF
JAT Issue   pre delivery?
"This rare card by courtesy o..."
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Kingdom Of Libya Caravelle 6
Kingdom of Libya Issue

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LAN Chile Caravelle 6 #1
Sud Aviation Issue

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L T U  Caravelle 3 #1
LTU Issue data and seating card

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L T U  Caravelle 10R #2
LTU Issue

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L T U  Caravelle 10R #3
LTU Issue

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Middle East Caravelle 6 #1
Buchair 6642

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Panair Do Brasil Caravelle 6 #2
Christmas Issue. Associacao dos Pilotos da Panair do Brasil

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Panair Do Brasil Caravelle 6 #3
Panair do Brasil Issue

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Royal Air Maroc Caravelle 3 #2
Royal Air Maroc Issue

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Royal Air Maroc Caravelle 3 #2a KCF
Royal Air Maroc Issue alternate size
"By courtesy of Kuo-Ching Fu"
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Sabena Caravelle 6 #1
Sabena Issue

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Sabena Caravelle 6 #2
Sabena Issue

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Sabena Caravelle 6 #3
Sabena Issue

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Sabena Caravelle 6 #4
Sabena Issue

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Sabena Caravelle 6 #5
Sabena Issue

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Sabena Caravelle 6 #6
Vintage Plastichrome Issue

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Sabena Caravelle 6 #7
Sabena Issue

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Sabena Caravelle 6 #8
Editions PI #208

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Sabena Caravelle 6 #9
Milan Airport,  Ed. Giesse

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Sabena Caravelle 6 #11 KCF
Unidentified vintage card
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Sabena Caravelle 6 #12 KCF
Landowne Publishing Issue
"Card by courtesy of Kuo-Chin..."
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Sabena Caravelle 6 #13 KCF
Edition Lander
"By courtesy of Kuo-Ching Fu"
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Sabena Caravelle 6 #14 KCF
Edition Lander
"By courtesy of Kuo-Ching Fu"
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Sabena Caravelle 6 #15 KCF
Sabena Old Timers issue
"By courtesy of Kuo-Ching Fu"
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Sabena Caravelle 6 #16 KCF
Sabena Issue
"By courtesy of Kuo-Ching Zfu"
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SAM Caravelle 6 #3
SAT Issue

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S A S Caravelle 3 #1
Scandinavian issue

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S A S Caravelle 3 #2TH
Scandinavian issue (Continental Size)

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S A S Caravelle 3 #3
Scandinavian issue

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S A S Caravelle 3 #4
Scandinavian issue

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S A S Caravelle 3 #5
Scandinavian issue

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S A S Caravelle 3 #6
F. Munthe issue,  Copenhagen

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S A S Caravelle 3 #7
Fornebu Airport issue,  Honefoss Kunstforlag

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S A S Caravelle 3 #8
Conwa Grossovertrieb

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S A S Caravelle 3 #9
Editions Thill

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S A S Caravelle 3 #10 KCF
Editions PI. # 108
"Card by courtesy of Kuo-Chin..."
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S A S Caravelle 3 #11 KCF
SAS Flight Academy issue
"By courtesy of Kuo-Ching Fu"
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S A S Caravelle 3 #12 KCF
Scandinavian historical issue
"Card by courtesy of Kuo-Chin..."
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S A S Caravelle 3 #13 KCF
Lyna Paris issue
"By courtesy of Kuo-Ching Fu"
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S A S Caravelle 3 #15 KCF
Unidentified Japanese issue
"By courtesy of Kuo-Ching Fu"
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S A S Caravelle 3 #16 KCF
Grafisk Konst issue
"This rare issue by courtesy ..."
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S A T  Caravelle 10 #1
SAT issue

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S A T  Caravelle 10 #2
D ABAW. SAT issue

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S A T  Caravelle 10 #3TH
SAT issue
"Card by courtesy of Terry Ha..."
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Sterling Caravelle 10 #1
Sud Aviation issue

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Sterling Caravelle 10 #2
Sterling issue

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Sterling Caravelle 10 #3
GM issue,  Milan

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Sterling Caravelle 12
Billund Airport,  Billund Boghandel

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Swissair Caravelle 3 #2
Swissair Issue

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Swissair Caravelle 3 #3
Beringer & Pampaluchi

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Swissair Caravelle 3 #4
Werner Friedli issue

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Swissair Caravelle 3 #5
Werner Friedli issue

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Swissair Caravelle 3 #7 KCF
Landowne Publishing
"By courtesy of Kuo-Ching Fu"
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Swissair Caravelle 3 #6KCF

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Swissair Caravelle 3 #8 KCF
Beringer & Pampaluchi issue
"By courtesy of Kuo-Ching Fu"
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TAC Caravelle 6 #1
Movifoto issue

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TAE Caravelle 10 #1
Coincard issue

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TAP Caravelle 6 #1
TAP Issue

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TAP Caravelle 6 #2
TAP Issue

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TAP Caravelle 6 #3
TAP Issue

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TAP Caravelle 6 #5
TAP Issue

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Transavia Caravelle 3 #1
Euro motel Limburger issue

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Transavia Caravelle 3 #2
Transavia issue

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Transavia Caravelle 3 #3
Transavia Issue?

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Transavia Caravelle 3 #4
Felua Groep issue

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Tunis Air Caravelle 3 #2
Tunis Air Issue

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Tunis Air Caravelle 3 #3 KCF
Tunis Air Historical issue
"By courtesy of Kuo-Ching Fu"
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United Caravelle 6 #2
United Airlines issue

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United Caravelle 6 #3
Aviation World

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United Caravelle 6 #4
John Byrne Co.

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United Caravelle 6 #5
World Great Airlines issue

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United Caravelle 6 #6 TH
IAWP Historical issue
"By courtesy of Terry Hale"
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United Caravelle 6 #7
Hartford Springfield Airport

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United Caravelle 6 #8
Sud Aviation issue

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United Caravelle 6 #9 KCF
Hugo Hooftman
"By courtesy of Kuo-Ching Fu"
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United Caravelle 6 #10 KCF
Frontier Productions
"By courtesy of Kuo-Ching Fu"
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United Caravelle 6 #11 KCF
Frontier Productions
"By courtesy of Kuo-Ching Fu"
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United Caravelle 6 #12 KCF
Frontier Productions issue
"By courtesy of Kuo-Ching Fu"
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United Caravelle 6 #13 KCF
Frontier Productions
"By courtesy of Kuo-Ching Fu"
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Varig Caravelle 3 #1
Varig Issue

 
   
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