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  1. De Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter series 300 in Air Panama livery Twin Otter serial number 360 was acquired by Air Panama in 2004 and served there for about 15 years, registered as HP-1509PS. The airframe was repainted presumably around 2009 from a red and blue pin running from back to front, to a blue and red horizon. This livery is the latter. Air Panama was founded in 1980, and is based at Albrook "Marcos A. Gelabert" International Airport (MPMG). No Twin Otters are serving in current fleet. Exclusively available at Flightsim.to Livery specs Red: #DA121A Blue: #072357 White: #F8F9FA Black: #343434 Resolution: 2K title="Aerosoft DHC-6 Series 300 Wheels Pax Air Panama HP-1509PS (2009)" ui_type="DHC-6-300 Wheels Pax" ui_variation="Air Panama HP-1509PS (2009)" atc_id="HP1509PS" atc_airline="air panama" atc_flight_number="1509" icao_airline="PST" After a nose wheel incident, the nose wheel fork was painted in white/base grey. Sources Twin Otter World MSN-360 719 Squadron (DHC-6 Twin Otters in Norway) MSN-360 AirHistory.net (The Aviation History Image Archive) HP-1509PS Flickr (Vernon Harvey) MSN-360 in parts -_- Wikipedia (Air Panama)
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