03.08.1981: Assembled in Long Beach

02.11.1981: To CP Air (Empress of Lima, 906), C-GCPH

25.03.1983: Leased to United Airlines (planned registration N1851U was not taken up)

26.04.1987: Canadian International Airlines (New name of CP Air) merged into Canadian Airlines International, name and fleet number retained

22.05.1987: Returned to Canadian Airlines International

????: Converted to DC-10-30ER

27.02.2000: Last service for Canadian Airlines, WFU and stored in Vancouver

Hours / cycles accumulated by 27/02/2000: 77332 / 12050

09.06.2000: Ferried to Marana, Airzona (via Tucson)

Hours / cycles accumulated by 09/06/2000: 77335 / 12052

03.05.2001: To Wilmington Trust Company, N482CR

2004: Broken up in Marana, AZ


later -30ER



3 CF6-50C2B

Photo by Canadian Airlines

Although Canadian (CP) first wanted to order the Lockheed TriStar, the airline was a long-time costumer of the DC-10-30.

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