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Four DC-10s have been equipped with the large belly tank holding up to 45,000 liters or 12,000 gallons of water or fire retardant. The aircraft started seeing use in 2006, and have since successfully opera- ted against wildfires in the US and Australia.
Aeroflot Cargo DC-10-40 VP-BDE (1:400) by AeroClassics Item Number: ACAFL1216
Aeroflot Cargo DC-10-40 VP-BDF (1:400) by AeroClassics Item Number: ACAFL1216A
Aerolyon DC-10 (1:250)
Air Florida DC-10-30 N103TV (1:200) by InFlight Models Item Number: IFDC100717
Air Lib DC-10-30 F-GPVC (1:200) by Inflight 200 Scale Diecast AirlinersItem Number: IFDC10777
Air Liberte DC-10-30 F-GPVA "British Airways World Tails" (1:200) by Aviation200 Diecast AirlinesItem Number: AV2DC100215
Air New Zealand DC-10-30 ZK-NZS (1:200) by InFlight Models Item Number: IFDC100617P
Air Pacific McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 N821L (1:200) by InFlight Models Item Number: IFDC100718
Alitalia DC-10-30 I-DYNA (1:500) by AeroClassics Item Number: AC519162
The first commercial flight of the "jumbo tri-jet", developed mainly according to specifications issued by American Airlines, took place on August 5, 1971. With a total count of 66 aircraft, American was to remain the largest operator of the type.�
ATA DC-10-30 'Freedom Bird' (1:200) by InFlight 200Item Number: IF103015