McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30
Biman Bangladesh Airlines
Biman Bangladesh Airlines began operating in 1972. The airline started flying the Boeing 707 on international services but in 1983 it began replacing those early jets with DC-10-30s. Biman acquired a total of eight DC-10s and in 2012 four of these were still in service. The DC-10s are in the process of being replaced by Boeing 777s and 787s.
The aircraft on both pictures are approaching London Heathrow Airport. The DC-10 on the photo below is in the basic colour scheme of Canadian Airlines. This aircraft was delivered to Biman in 1999.