Built for USAAF as 42-96712. Bought by LACSA of Costa Rica in 1949 and registered TI-1007. TI-1007C from 1961. Re-registered TI-LRA in 1974. Sold in 09.79 as N8064E. Later YN-BVL of Lanica before crashing on 15.05.80.
Built in November 1954 at T-29D 52-9979, serving as a trainer and communications aircraft. Stored at Davis Monthan from June 1975. Seen at Opa-locka in 1979, the aircraft still wears USAF markings crudely painted out. Owned by Caribbean Aviation Services.
Originally Pan Am's N727PA from 1.60 and converted to 321(F) in 11.71 on sale to Donaldson, becoming G-AZWA next year. Repo by Pan Am on Donaldson's collapse in 8.74 and to BMA in 2.75. Leased to Kuwait, MAS and EAS; to International Air Leases 10.77 and to Bayu Indonesia before sale to Aerotal Colombia a few days before this shot still in basic Kuwait colours. Re-registered HK-2410X in 9.80 but did not last long as dbr at Bogotá on 20.12.80, crashing in heavy rain and dense fog. Ex Jamaica and Concord DC-8s to the right