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In 2000 i got a contract with Lufthansa technic at Stuttgart.Nothing unusual there except walking past the terminal i looked up and there was a DoX lit up on the roof!

It turned out to be a museum up there! Worth a visit BTW.The 1st job i got sent out to i biked out the Hangar and right out front was a JU52 iI was starting to wonder if I'd either become a time lord or an extra in Quantum Leap!I couldnt believe how small a Dox was either.

Good contract tho' got to work on a lot of different airlines and new (to me any way)aircraft types.

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In 2000 i got a contract with Lufthansa technic at Stuttgart.Nothing unusual there except walking past the terminal i looked up and there was a DoX lit up on the roof!

It turned out to be a museum up there! Worth a visit BTW.The 1st job i got sent out to i biked out the Hangar and right out front was a JU52 iI was starting to wonder if I'd either become a time lord or an extra in Quantum Leap!I couldnt believe how small a Dox was either.

Good contract tho' got to work on a lot of different airlines and new (to me any way)aircraft types.

A Dornier is perfectly possible, a Do.X absolutely impossible (and not a small aircraft, by any standard)! Of the three built, the first was destroyed during WWII in a bombing of the Air Museum in Berlin, the other two were scrapped in Italy after a few years of attempts to find a use for them.

Michele

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