L100 prototype (3946) N1130E. On its initial flight, the first L-100 flew for 25 hours and one minute, which at the time was a world-record for first flight length. The plane flew all but 36 minutes on only two of its engines. [Lockheed Martin Aeronautics archives]
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Aircraft Database: C-130 #N1130E
Prototype for the L100 series had first flight April 20, 1964. The L100 is the civilian versions of the C-130. Another amazing fact was that the first flight was 25 hours long.
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