A regular visitor of Miami's international airport, taxiing to the cargo ramp under the hot Florida sun. During the late 1980s TAN operated two Electras into Miami, HR-TNL and this one. TNL was lost when it crashed into a mountain in March 1990, but TNT soldiered on (later as HR-SHN of SAHSA). In April 1997 it was sold to Conair in Canada as C-FZCS and was converted to water bomber. By 2017 it still served in that role in Canada with Air Spray, fighting forest fires as Tanker 87.
Ordered by Braniff as long ago as 3.56 and delivered 6.59 as N9703C. Sold to TAN 12.70 and later went on to the Argentine Navy before returning to the US as N5535 with Evergreen in 5.87. Prepared at Shannon for Channel Express in 10.93 and became G-CHNX, making her last flight in 6.01. Scrapped at Bournemouth mid-2002 (nose saved and taken to Pershore)