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Mirage III-DS J-2012
Switzerland

The Mirage III-DS J-2012, originally a Mach 2 fighter of the Swiss air force, is today under its civil registration HB-RDF used as a civil airplane and with which passengers can fly.

See  http://www.clindailes.ch/opv_mirage_eng.html

also  http://www.clindailes.ch/operations_eng.html

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