Delivered July 8, 1975, sold after the merger with Delta Airlines was approved on October 29, 2008 and registered to Logistic Air on November 17, 2008. The aircraft was stored in Marana, AZ and available for lease. A freighter right from the production line, it has the nose cargo door as well as the side cargo door on the aft fuselage.
Delivered October 18, 1966, this was Pilgrim Airlines' first Twin Otter. One of 15 either purchased, leased or acquired in the merger with Newair in 1985. Pilgrim was itself bought by Business Express Airlines and merged in February 1986. The Twin Otters were retired with N121PM being withdrawn in March. Sold in 1986, the aircraft has been flying for Skydiving schools ever since.
This is a former American Airlines 720 originally delivered July 24, 1960 with Pratt & Whitney JT3C turbojet engines and later upgraded to a 720B with Pratt & Whitney JT3D turbofans. The aircraft was retired by American in 1974. Monarch Airlines would buy the airliner in 1977 and it's pictured on lease to Royal Air Maroc from September 1979 through January 1980. Sold to MAOF Airlines in October 1981, it was retired to Tucson, AZ in January 1986 for KC-135 parts.
Originally delivered to Braniff February 17, 1967, N7100 was leased to TMA via the Chemical Bank April 29, 1971. TMA bought and re-registered the aircraft as OD-AGW July 5, 1980. An explosion during the shelling of Beirut airport July 1981 caused extensive damage and the 707 was not repaired.
Delivered new to Golden West July 1977, this 330 along with three others were stored after the shut down of the airline in 1983. Picked up by the US Army for duties at the Kwajalein Missile Range in the South Pacific, the aircraft were given military serial numbers; this one received 85-25342. Retired in 1992 and placed in storage at Lakehust, New Jersey, it was sold to K and K Aircraft Inc in 1998 as N8154G.
Started life with Seaboard as N125SW on 7.7.61 and then to Transglobe (G-AWDK) in April 1968. After service with TMA and Tradewinds, rolled out for Bayu at Lasham on 10.8.79. Stored at Jakarta-Halim from 1990 but later b/u
A later shot of G-AXAA than I uploaded as part of a fog diversion group at Southend. Here with additional IAS sticker on a crisp winter morning at her Stansted base, she was Flying Tiger's N449T being ferried JFK - SEN for TMAC on 13.1.69. Went to AEI as N122AE in 9.81, into storage at Greensboro, NC, in 1989 and broken up for scrap 1999