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Boeing 747-245F Flying Tigers Miami 3/11/1987 - by Ken Meegan

Boeing Flying Tigers Miami - by Ken Meegan

ZRH-Spotter‏ - Flying Tigers Cargo Airlines (seen with Viasa Venezuela cheatline) B747-273C N749WA Dec. 1986

ZRH-Spotter‏ - Flying Tigers Cargo Airlines (seen with Viasa Venezuela cheatline) B747-273C N749WA Dec. 1986

Boeing Test Pilot Jim Goodell with Flying Tiger Pilots during training on the newly acquired 747, Early 1970's - Vintage Airliners (@VintageAirliner) | Twitter

Boeing Test Pilot Jim Goodell with Flying Tiger Pilots during training on the newly acquired 747, Early 1970's - Vintage Airliners (@VintageAirliner) | Twitter

Flying Tigers Cargo Airline Coffee mug, rare

Flying Tigers Cargo Airline Coffee mug, rare

Flying Tigers Advert (Cropped Image)

Flying Tigers Advert (Cropped Image) Advertisement for the Tiger flight attendants.

Flying Tigers timetable April 25, 1982

The Flying Tiger Line - Flying Tigers

We are going way back today! #ThrowbackThursday: A quarter-century ago today, Flying Tigers joined forces with Federal Express to become the world’s largest full-service, all cargo airline. Read about “T-Day” on our blog. http://oak.ctx.ly/r/1hzw6 #TBT

Promotional poster/advert of the FedEx acquisition of the Flying Tiger Line in 1989

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