Previously operated with United Airlines N7415U, Emery Worldwide N431EX and UPS N944UP. Registered OY-UPD Apr 95. Returned to the USA in Jul 2004 as N944UP again. Retired and stored Roswell NM in Mar 2007. Subsequently broken up.
With Eastern Airlines from 1966 - 74, this 727 came to Canada with Quebecair as C-GQBE. Pictured with Westburne International (1980 - 87), the 727 would also fly corporately in the USA before going to Indonesia as PK-VBA and PK-VBR. It was scrapped in Jakarta after 2001.
This 727 Convertible was delivered to United Airlines October 25, 1968. Federal Express added it to their fleet in February 1980. Retired in 2001, the aircraft was parked at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and used as a trainer. In 2011, it was donated to Atlanta's National Museum of Commercial Aviation.
First Boeing 727 at RTM. Flew in Esso staff from Gatwick. It's crazy how often Pan Am aircraft were renamed. This 727 served Pan Am from 1969 until 1975 and according to one source it was Clipper Australia, Clipper Pocahontas, Clipper Berlin, Clipper David Crockett and Clipper München - but here it is Clipper Hamburg! Photo by: Ary Groeneveld / Stadsarchief Rotterdam