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Iren Dornier Project – Dornier Do-24 ATT RP-C2403

Company: Iren Dornier Project Airport: Berlin - Schonefeld (EDDB)
Type: Dornier Do-24 ATT Country: Germany
Registration/CN: RP-C2403/5345 Date: May 20th, 2006
Camera: Canon Eos 350D Lens: Sigma 18-200DG
Remarks: The last Do 24 was the Do 24TT (later known as the Do ATT), the result of Dornier's desire to test the high seas capability of an amphibious, economical aircraft. Production began in 1979 and was completed in 1983, the Do ATT was fitted with an advanced technology wing cut from a single piece of aluminum spar to simplify production efforts with improved PT6A-45Bs. It took to the skies on April 25, 1983 and was later retired to the Deutsches Museum in Germany. Iren Dornier, grandson of Claude Dornier, then removed the aircraft from the museum and brought it to the Philippines in 2003. It was retrofitted and restored in good working condition. It also underwent a series of rigorous test flights both on land and water and has received its airworthiness from the Philippine Aviation Authority (ATO). The certification became the GO SIGNAL of the aircraft to push through with the planned World Tour which jumpstarted on February of 2004. ILA 2006
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