09 August 2012

VIP Aboard Hawaiian's Bellanca

Yesterday, the Hawaiian Airlines Bellanca CH-300 Pacemaker had a very special passenger for one of its air tours over O‘ahu. Archbishop Desmond Tutu, his wife, and son-in-law were treated to an air tour on the 80-year-old propliner, flown by Hawaiian's President and CEO Mark Dunkerley. Archbishop Tutu is seen above, seated in the co-pilot's seat, with CEO Dunkerley seated in the left seat, as the Bellanca taxies back from its flight.

I came across this flight while trying to get photos of the China Eastern 737-79P delivery flight. Upon editing the photo, I noticed the honored passengers aboard the Bellanca, along with other photos I took after the plane parked.

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