This DC-10 was delivered to Continental in May 1972, also spending some time across the Pacific with Continental Micronesia. In June 2001 it underwent freighter conversion and joined Emery but this was to be rather short-lived as it was wfu and ferried to MZJ in September 2002. The frame hung on for a while in the Land of Sand but finally had its date with the axeman in 2015.
This United DC-10-10 had been bought by Federal Express and had been heavily scrubbed ready for painting, also it's United titles and tail emblem had been removed before heading to Venice for Cargo conversion via this night stop at Prestwick along the way.
Parked on Stand 6 after a night stop, Federal Express ferry DC-10's through Prestwick while they are routing to Venice for either conversion of passenger DC-10's to freighters or to have a digital cockpit installed on existing freighters.
Parked on Apron H at Prestwick after a night stop, this DC-10 was on it's way to Venice for MD-10 conversion and these flights arrive about every 5 weeks from Bangor about 6pm and leave on the next day about 11am.