Christened "Flagship Chicago" when delivered to American Airlines in 1948 as a Convair 240, N94205 was converted to a 600 for Trans Texas Airways in 1963. Viking International bought the aircraft in March 1980, sold it to a leasing company the next month, leased it back and operated it until 1994. Kitty Hawk Air Cargo leased it until 2000 when it was withdrawn from use and broken up the following year.
Initially built for Pan American in 1947 as N86520; Later sold to Air France as F-BAZR which used it in the Fifties. Finaly used as flying test bed for Bastan trurboprop engine. Wfu in 1975 and preserved in Musée de l'Air et de l'Espace.
Just over a year old at this time and probably staging on to the USA with Saddam Hussein for further talks about the Iran-Iraq war, the presidential SP was positioned to Tozeur in Tunisia prior to the first Gulf War in 1990 for safe keeping. It remains there to this day, all white and maintained by Iraqi mechanics every six months. By 11.10 was up for sale by Iraqi Airways