Parked next to it, 757-200, looks flyable, N951PG. One-Two-Go livery according to the database. Wonder what it is doing in MIA? Anyone know who these belong to? Since both regs end in PG I guess must be the same owner, or was at one time. http://airplanepics.homestead.com/pag2.html
Coyoteguy From Mexico, joined Oct 2001, 432 posts, RR: 0 Reply 2, posted (6 years 8 months 5 days 21 hours ago) and read 9122 times:
Interesting... aparently it was in Tucson in Feb this year, and clearly flew to MIA after that. Not sure how long it has been here, I just spotted it today, but with those holes in the tail it clearly could not fly at the moment. Wonder what the future plans are for it?
I wish I knew.... it is next to a similar yellow colored 727 of DHL, but as far as I know, DHL do not and never did have DC-10s, so I think this is coincidence. I'll see if I can get close enough to see the reg, but unfortunately I doubt it unless they move it.
Interesting orange 737-200, not in flying state, N985PG. Don't see it in the database.
formerly of Zip.
Quoting Coyoteguy (Thread starter):
Parked next to it, 757-200, looks flyable, N951PG. One-Two-Go livery according to the database.
ok, according to airfleets:
27/03/1984 Air Europe G-BPGW
04/04/1989 Air Europa EC-265
24/05/1989 Air Europa EC-EOK
26/03/1990 Air Europe G-BPGW
01/11/1990 Avensa YV-78C
01/06/1994 Servivensa YV-78C
23/09/1994 American Express Bank N270AE
14/06/1995 Air Europa EC-845
03/08/1995 Air Europa EC-GCA
19/10/1997 Iberia EC-GCA
31/05/2001 Avianca N951PG ret to lessor - Stored at Goodyear 11/07/03
23/07/2004 Orient Thai Airlines HS-OTB Stored 04/2006
2H4 From United States of America, joined Oct 2004, 8950 posts, RR: 62 Reply 15, posted (6 years 8 months 5 days ago) and read 5064 times:
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Quoting SpiPLANE (Reply 11): Would you happen to know what the Avialeasing AN-26 has been doing in Florida for all these years
You mean besides visciously taunting those of us who have nothing but CRJs to spot?
Well, the short answer is no. I don't personally know what their business has been. A look at Flightaware indicates the AN-26 operates very regular flights between OPF and Nassau.
According to Wikipedia (a suspect source, I know), Avialeasing is a cargo airline based in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, and they operate freight services to Almaty, Bishkek and Kabul. I'm certainly no conspiracy theorist, but it makes me wonder whether the US government is involved...
After all...I can't fathom voluntarily choosing to operate....and maintain....Antonovs all the way over here, and expecting to run a remotely profitable operation.
Their website is http://www.srx.aero, and contains some nice photos, as well as some photos stolen from the A.net database.