Built in 1946, it started life as F-BBYB with STA-Société Transatlantique Aérienne registered in Aug-1946. From Sep-1947 to 1948 it was leased to COSARA in then French Indochina. In Oct-1948 it went to the French Air Force as 222. In 1950 it was delivered to the Yugoslavian Air Force where it was serialled 7208. From 1951 to 1953 it flew temporarily as YU-ACF with JAT. At an unknown date it was converted with P&W R-1340 engines. It made its last flight in 1965 when it flew to Belgrade where it was stored. In Jul-1969 it became part of the Muzej Vazduhoplovstva Beograd. Click here
for a photo from its earlier life as F-BBYB.