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The first civil airliner with speedbrakes under the vertical tail instead of a fixed tailcone was the Fokker F-28. The design feature was later used by British Aerospace for its BAe 146/RJ. This image clearly shows the shape of the clamshell door-type airbrakes when deployed. The aircraft is former Lufthansa CityLine Avro RJ85 (BAe 146) c/n 2304 (/n 304) D-AVRQ with the colours of new operator Air Botswana, parked at the permises othe Aviodrome mueum at Lelystad airport in The Netherlands (EHLE) on 13 October 2012, awaing ts delvery flight, after which it would receive its new registration A2-ABH.
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