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Dear Editor I read with interest the article on the Airtruk. I have a couple of points that might have been over looked or not considered of interest.

The very first Airtruk design occurred in New Zealand in September of 1959 and known as the PL-11, designed by Luigi Pellarini.

In August of 1960, the PL-11 (ZK-BPV) had its.

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