19.05.1973: Assembled in Long Beach

18.06.1973: To National Airlines (Renee, 81), N81NA

07.01.1980: Merged into Pan Am

12.06.1981: Leased to LAN Chile (Santiago), CC-CJN

13.06.1982: Returned to Pan Am (Clipper Atmosphere), N81NA

15.03.1984: To American Airlines

06.1984: Re-registred N140AA

15.11.1993: WFU and stored in Marana, Arizona

Hours / cycles accumulated by 15/11/1993: 78305 / 18218

????: Leased to Finavion SA

06.1996: Sub-leased to Transaero Airlines

????: Named (Los Angeles)

17.03.1998: To WTC Trustee, lease to Finavion / Transaero continues

29.11.1998: Leased to Hawaiian Airlines

20.12.1998: First service for Hawaiian Airlines

21.02.2003: Last service for Hawaiian Airlines from Los Angeles to Kahului

14.03.2003: WFU and stored

19.03.2003: Ferried to Mojave

Hours / Cycles accumulated by 19/03/2003: 94534 / 21537

2003: Charter operations for United States of America

10.2003: To BCCI LLC

10.2003: Leased to Ghana Airways, 9G-AND

27.07.2004: Grounded after the FAA withdrew Ghana Airways' permission to fly into the USA

02.09.2004: Ferried from Baltimore to Marana, WFU and stored

13.05.2005: Returned to Lessor as N140AA

2007: Broken up in Marana, AZ




3 CF6-50C2

Photo by Carsten Jorgensen

#106 was leased to Transaero Airlines in 1996 and retained its bare metal scheme. It was used on the not longer existing routes to Los Angeles as seen on this photo.

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Photo by Mark Abbott

#106 short before touchdown in Los Angeles on November 24th 2000.

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Photo by Alan Radecki

Ghana Airways breathed new life into #106. The aircraft is seen here at Mojave Airport in October 2003, short before delivery. Note that the aircraft still has its US reg here.

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