16.01.1978: Assembled Long Beach

13.03.1978: To Western Air Lines (908), N908WA

01.04.1987: Merged into Delta Air Lines

05.1988: To United Aviation Services

17.05.1988: Leased to Scanair

28.06.1988: To Scandinavian Air Chartering, leased to Scanair and sub-leased to American Airlines

12.01.1989: Returned to Scanair

20.03.1989: Re-registred SE-DHZ and named (Moby Dick)

20.06.1991: Sub-leased to Sun Country Airlines

19.04.1994: Re-registred N572SC

????: To Europeisk Luftcharter and leased to Premiair (Scanair merged into this airline), sub-leased to Sun Country Airlines

1998: Returned to Airtours (instead of Premiair)

09.06.1998: Sub-leased to Ryan International

25.08.1998: Ferried to Manchester for repainting (arrived in partial Sun Country scheme) (!)

25.01.1999: Operated for Skyservice USA

04.08.2000: Re-registred N572RY

2000: Additional "Suntrips" titles applied

????: WFU and stored in Roswell, NM




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Photo by Wolf-Andreas Hahn

The first generation of Sun Country Airlines DC-10, included a DC-10-40 and several DC-10-10, including #251

Click here to see more photos in this Sun Country Airlines scheme

Photo by Ken Fielding

#251 returning to Airtours on August 25th 1998 in a partial colour scheme. The aircraft is approaching Manchester's runway 24.

Previous aircraft: 46984/ 250 Next aircraft: 46983/ 252

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