05.10.1972: Assembled in Long Beach

12.12.1972: To Northwest Orient Airlines (114), N144US

30.04.1984: To Boeing

04.05.1984: To Jet Charter Service

1984: Leased to Air Panama

10.1984: Re-registred N144JC

19.06.1985: Repossessed by Boeing

23.08.1985: Leased to Jet Charter Service

14.10.1985: Returned to Boeing

22.11.1985: To Progress Aviation USA

04.1986: Leased to Northwest Orient Airlines (1143)

16.06.1986: Sub-leaseed to Sun Country Airlines (1144)

04.1988: To American Finance Group and leased to Sun Country Airlines

08.1989: To Investors Asset Holding Corporation and leased to Sun Country Airlines

20.07.1991: Returned to Northwest Airlines

????: To AFG Air Finance and leased to Northwest Airlines

04.03.2002: WFU and stored at Minneapolis/ St. Paul

11.03.2002: Back in service

23.04.2002: WFU and stored in Roswell, NM

Hours / cycles accumulated by 04/2002: approx. 76900 / 28400




3 JT9D-20

Photo by Miguel Snoep

#66 is one of the DC-10s which were initially ordered by Northwest, as a larger part of the fleet is acquired from several airlines, for example Swissair, Thai and Korean. It is shown here in Amsterdam/Schiphol

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