A GPA Group 737 leased by Piedmont Airlines on delivery July 9, 1986. Re-registered N341US November 1988 after the airline was purchased by US Air in 1987. Fully merged into US Air in 1989, this 737 was returned and leased to AirAsia as 9M-AAI in 2003 then transferred to Thai Asia in 2007 as HS-AAI. The aircraft was stored in 2010.
Left behind when Malta International Aviation Company (MIACO) moved to a site in the outskirts of the village of Safi that once housed Royal Air Force Maintenance Unit (MU) No. 103. Here it's just shade for the local goats. It was later taken over by the International Fire & Safety School in Malta and finished off during fire training.
Delivered November 9, 1981, CF-THA would operate BWIA's last Tristar service and was parked at Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago January 28, 2003. Sold to Star Air as 9L-LED it re-registered to Star Jet as A6-BSM July 2005. While operating a flight for Olympic Airlines on July 4, 2005, the tri-jet suffered an engine failure in take off from Paris Charles de Gaulle. Investigators found several unsafe systems in the aircraft and the airplane remained in Paris. With little or no work done on the Tristar, it was finally broken up there in March 2017.
VH-TAW joined Qantas on the merger of Australian Airlines and Qantas in 1993 before being transferrd to Jet Connect in New Zealand as ZK-JNH in 2003.It returned to Australia as VH-XMO in 2006 and was converted to a freighter.
VH-SDZ was originally used by Northern Airlines under a coastal surveillance contract. When Northern ceased operations the contract and the Nomad passed to Ansett subsidiary NTAW. In 1990 -SDZ was sold to the Philippine Air Force with the serial 87.