Originally delivered to American Air Lines as N94252. Also operated with Southeast Airlines, Ozark Airlines and Mohawk Airlines as well as a fair number of corporate operators. It was in the ownership of a private owner when on 15 Feb 1980 sometime after departure from Port-au-Prince it returned due to engine problems. An emergency landing was made with the left engine and wing on fire. The three occupants had disappeared by the time rescue services arrived. The aircraft was carrying marijuana.
Delivered to American as N94270 in 1949. To Mohawk as N1022C in 1960. To other operators after 1966 then to TI-AOC in 1979. To Trans Florida as N2642Z in 1981 then back to N1022C in 1982. To Orlando-Apooka Airport for preservation in 2010.
"Flagship Detroit" was delivered to American Airlines on 15 December 1948. It was sold for executive use in October 1959, being written off in a belly landing in April 1977 when N10AV. From American 60 years ago.
"Flagship Newark" on a photo sortie over its namesake city. Delivered to AA on 29 February 1948 and sold on 31 December 1957. Later with Cruzeiro as PP-CFA and Aereolineas Colonia as CX-BHC. From AA 60 years ago.