Starting with a DC-4 in 1973, Worldways Canada entered the jet age with 3 Boeing 707s bought in 1981/82. This is the second aircraft which was delivered in November 1981. The aircraft went to Brazil as PT-TCP in February 1986, first with TransBrasil and later with AeroBrasil Cargo. On November 26, 1992, the airliner struck an approach light tower with the right landing gear during take-off. The gear collapsed when landing back at Manaus-Eduardo Gomes airport causing it run off of the runway. It was not repaired.