Trijets in The Bahamas: Remembering Sir Freddie Laker

Lee Cross charts the turbulent final decades of Sir Freddie’s career, which embodied the aviation pioneer’s dogged determination and love for flying

Sir Freddie Laker
McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30, N831LA (c/n 46936), pictured in the skies above Dusseldorf in 1997
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