DTWAGENT From United States of America, joined Jan 2006, 1283 posts, RR: 0 Posted (7 years 11 months 1 week 5 days 3 hours ago) and read 3614 times:
Hello, all. I have been watching some video clips of Pan Am ( the orginal one) and was wondering something. What ever happened to the Aircraft named "Clipper Detroit". I believe it was either an A310 or A300. And it was flying DTW-LHR and DTW-MIA flights.
What has happened to this aircraft and is it still in service???
Quote: 17/05/1985 Pan Am N212PA
04/03/1995 Apollo Airlines SX-BAY
01/12/1996 Airbus Industrie SX-BAY
04/07/1997 Grand Air F-OHPN
16/03/1999 AVSA N212PA Converted 300B4-203F
19/10/1999 European Air Transport OO-DLG
Serial number 208
First flight date 23/08/1982
Test registration F-WZMQ
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It's an A300. Looks like it's still in service as a freighter for Belgian carrier European Air Transport that operates flights for DHL. It had a couple of other fairly brief operators after Pan Am including a defunct Greek charter carrier Apollo Airlines.