This DC-9 was delivered to Iberia during Feb. 1972 and was named 'Ciudad de Mahon'. The plane was leased to Aviaco for nine years from July 1990 and finally retired from service in April 2001. The nose section is now on display at the super Museo del Aire.
"Ciudad de Valladolid" was with Iberia January 24, 1970 until March 1994 when it was withdrawn and leased to Austral Lineas Aereas. Becoming LV-WGU, the DC-9 was bought by the airline in July 1995 and flown until January 2000 when it was stored at Aeroparque Jorge Newbery airport in Buenos Aires .
A DC-9 delivered to Air Canada July 27, 1968 that flew with them almost 30 years. Sold to Cebu Pacific Air as RP-C1535 in December 1997,it was withdrawn from service and stored at Manila in October 2001. The aircraft was broken up there in May 2007.