To N109TW (date unknown). Ditched and sank 75Km north of Pago Pago, American Samoa, after running out of fuel on a ferry flight to Pago Pago. The pilot had stated to ATC that he was unable to transfer fuel from the tip tanks to the main tank and would have to ditch. Sadly, he was never found.
Operated by Tursair. Substantially damaged whilst crew training at Opa Locka 21 Jan 82. Not much known afterwards except that it was apparently sold a few times (but presumably not in airworthy condition) and that the registration was eventually cancelled in Aug 2012.
A look at this superb Mallard from the other side. It went on to fly with Panamanian, Thai, American and various Canadian registrations until finally returning to the USA circa 2010 with Pacific Flying Boats as N54GZ.
It was by this time privately owned after being purchased Mar 79 from the US Marshal District of Nevada who had seized it circa 78/79. It changed owners again and on 15 Feb 80 was again seized, this time by the US Customs Service at Tico Airport FL, with dope on board. Sold on again but nothing known after 1984. Eventually struck off the register Jun 2013.
It once operated with BOAC as G-AGIK from Mar 44 to Jul 45. After that it went to the Royal Norwegian Air Force as 2594. Then to LN-UXB and SE-BTG before returning to the USA as N94532 in 1951. Registered N202H in Aug 64. Last noted at Opa Locka in Apr 84. I found nothing after that.
Started life in Jul 54 as OO-CTP with SABENA. It also later operated with the Belgian Air Force as KY-4. To SFAir (France) in 1977 as F-BYCJ. Registered to Atlas Aircraft Corporation in Sep 79. Sold to Miami Air Lease in Apr 80. Struck the water and broke up near Bimini, Bahamas, 28 Nov 80. It was reportedly on a clandestine flight.