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Samolot JU-52 z czasów II wojny światowej wciąż wozi pasażerów (11)

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An employee of JU-Air is seen in silhouette with a Junker JU 52 collector aircraft in the background during a press conference of the Swiss company which operates WWII vintage planes, in Dubendorf on August 17, 2018. - Swiss JU-Air company operating WWII vintage planes resumed flights after the crash of their Junker JU 52 HB-HOT collector aircraft into Piz Segnas mountain with 20 people onboard on August 4. (Photo by Fabrice COFFRINI / AFP)
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JU-Air company's chief pilot officer Andreas Pfisterer poses in the cockpit of a Junker JU 52 collector aircraft after a press conference held by the Swiss company which operates WWII vintage planes, in Dubendorf on August 17, 2018 - Swiss JU-Air company operating WWII vintage planes resumed flights after the crash of their Junker JU 52 HB-HOT collector aircraft into Piz Segnas mountain with 20 people onboard on August 4. (Photo by Fabrice COFFRINI / AFP)
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An employee of JU-Air prepares a Junker JU 52 collector aircraft ahead of a press conference of the Swiss company which operates WWII vintage planes, in Dubendorf on August 17, 2018. - Swiss JU-Air company operating WWII vintage planes resumed flights after the crash of their Junker JU 52 HB-HOT collector aircraft into Piz Segnas mountain with 20 people onboard on August 4. (Photo by Fabrice COFFRINI / AFP)
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The logo of Swiss company JU-Air which operates WWII vintage planes is seen on a footmat in front of a ladder of a Junker JU 52 collector aircraft in Dubendorf on August 17, 2018. - Swiss JU-Air company operating WWII vintage planes have resumed flights after the crash of their Junker JU 52 HB-HOT collector aircraft into Piz Segnas mountain with 20 people onboard on last August 4. (Photo by Fabrice COFFRINI / AFP)
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A Junker JU 52 collector aircraft of the Swiss company JU-Air, which operates World War II vintage airplanes, takes off from the airport in Dubendorf on August 17, 2018. - Swiss company JU-Air operating WWII vintage airplanes resumed their flights after the crash of their Junker JU 52 HB-HOT collector aircraft into Piz Segnas mountain killing the 20 people onboard on August 4. (Photo by Fabrice COFFRINI / AFP)
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A Junker JU 52 collector aircraft of the Swiss company JU-Air, which operates World War II vintage airplanes, takes off from the airport in Dubendorf on August 17, 2018. - Swiss company JU-Air operating WWII vintage airplanes resumed their flights after the crash of their Junker JU 52 HB-HOT collector aircraft into Piz Segnas mountain killing the 20 people onboard on August 4. (Photo by Fabrice COFFRINI / AFP)
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JU-Air company's chief pilot officer Andreas Pfisterer gives a thumb up from the cockpit of a Junker JU 52 collector aircraft prior to taking off at Dubendorf airport on August 17, 2018. - Swiss company JU-Air operating WWII vintage airplanes resumed their flights after the crash of their Junker JU 52 HB-HOT collector aircraft into Piz Segnas mountain killing the 20 people onboard on August 4. (Photo by Fabrice COFFRINI / AFP)
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A Junker JU 52 collector aircraft of the Swiss company JU-Air, which operates World War II vintage airplanes, takes off from the airport in Dubendorf on August 17, 2018. - Swiss company JU-Air operating WWII vintage airplanes resumed their flights after the crash of their Junker JU 52 HB-HOT collector aircraft into Piz Segnas mountain killing the 20 people onboard on August 4. (Photo by Fabrice COFFRINI / AFP)
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Passengers gather to board a Junker JU 52 collector aircraft of the Swiss company JU-Air, which operates World War II vintage airplanes, at the airport in Dubendorf on August 17, 2018. - Swiss company JU-Air operating WWII vintage airplanes resumed their flights after the crash of their Junker JU 52 HB-HOT collector aircraft into Piz Segnas mountain killing the 20 people onboard on August 4. (Photo by Fabrice COFFRINI / AFP)
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A technician walks past a Junker JU 52 aircraft of the Swiss company JU-Air, which operates World War II vintage airplanes, as its motor starts up at the airport in Dubendorf on August 17, 2018. - Swiss company JU-Air operating WWII vintage airplanes resumed their flights after the crash of their Junker JU 52 HB-HOT collector aircraft into Piz Segnas mountain killing the 20 people onboard on August 4. (Photo by Fabrice COFFRINI / AFP)
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A Junker JU 52 of the Swiss company JU-Air, which operates World War II vintage takes off from the airport in Dubendorf on August 17, 2018. - Swiss JU-Air company operating WWII vintage planes resumes their flights after the crash of their Junker JU 52 HB-HOT collector aircraft into Piz Segnas mountain with 20 people onboard on last August 4. (Photo by Fabrice COFFRINI / AFP)
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