"The Nassak Diamond" was originally delivered to KLM in 1965 as PH-DNB and transferred to AWAS who leased it to BMA in 1982. In may 1995 was brought to Taesa who used it until 1999 when they stored it it at Toluca, Mexico.
Delivered on 29.04.1972 and initially christened "Castilla", it became the first Boeing 727 in the Spanish register. It was written from use on February 1995 and broken up eight moths later. In this photo is carrying "Xacobeo" markings.
Rotating from Palma's 24R in the previous Air Europa colors. Notice the numeric registration that was applied for a maximum of three months to the new aircraft of the Spanish register before a definitive three letter combination was applied (in this case she became EC-FXJ). This system lasted from 1987 to 1996.