This Mad Dog was originally delivered as N9806F to TranStar in December 1986 before going to Continental the following year as (firstly N936MC then) N98876. It went to Surinam as PZ-TCL in February 2003 but was retired and stored at MIA in May 2009 before being scrapped.
Pictured departing from rw12. In February 2018, whilst operating for Smartlynx, this aircraft was substantially damaged at Tallinn (TLL) after a touch and go training sesssion. This frame is now 'preserved' in Germany as a KSK Bundeswehr (German special forces) training aid
Pictured about to touch down on rw09. This frmae was delivered originally to Pacific Western Airlines as C-GMPW in June 1980 and then to Canadian in April 1997. It joined Bahamasair in December 1997 and flew with them until 2006 when it was retired and scrapped.
This Mad Dog was originally intended for Continental as N14845 but this was ntu and so it went instead in May 1988 to Oasis and then Aviaco. It then passed through many different operators before finishing a lease in December 2007 with Hellas Jet as SX-BEV and being ferried to TUS for storage. It is pictured here being readied for lease to SBA (from Ascerca Airlines) and was delivered to Venezuela in February as YV485T.
This MD-90 was delivered to China Eastern in October 1997. It was retired from their fleet in February 2010, ferried to MIA and is pictured here undergoing refurbishment prior to its future life with Delta. The VIP configured MD-87 is P4-AIR, which was originally delivered to Austrian as OE-LML in December 1987 but is currently stored at IAH.
The 'Susan G. Komen' 757 is pictured lined up and ready to go for a dusk departure off rw12. This plane was delivered to American in March 1992 and opertaed its last revue flight for the airline on 6th September 2011 from MIA to DFW. Shortly afterwards it was ferried to ROW for storage with 20,978 cycles 20978 and 61063.37 h total time. It was conveerted to a freighter in December 2014 and now flies for Cargojet as C-FGKJ.