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|Quoting Clickhappy (Reply 14):|
Isn't Pan Am still flying their winglet fitted B727-200's?
Boston-Maine Airways: 4 B727-200
|Quoting Blsbls99 (Reply 17):|
Didn't United Services (United Airlines) sell Pan Am II (or was it III, the one based out of Portsmouth, NH) like 20+ 727-200s a few years back? I thought this transaction took place under the premise that Pan Am was not to use the aircraft on US domestic services.
|Quoting INTENSS (Reply 18):|
That number is incorrect. They have 3 a/c currently flying and another half dozen that have flown recently but are now parked. There are also a dozen or so ex-United parts planes in Sanford and Portsmouth.....though they're being dismantled.
|Quoting Viasa (Reply 19):|
I have the information, that E9 us the N342PA, N343PA, N348PA and N349PA.
|Quoting United_Fan (Reply 21):|
the USPS 721's were flown by Ryan under contract to the PO
|Quoting Falstaff (Reply 9):|
DHL has some too.
|Quoting Wjcandee (Reply 25):|
DHL uses two airlift contractors in the US. One, ABX Air, is the flight arm of the old Airborne Express, and flies a couple of DC8s with the old engines, DC9s and 767-200SFs. AStar Air Cargo, the former DHL Airways, flies approximately 29 727s
|Quoting Bahadir (Reply 28):|
What's the secret?
|Quoting Coyoteguy (Reply 31):|
I hope we see them around for a long time!
|Quoting DC3CV3407AC727 (Reply 30):|
Again,no complaints, I just love that smoky, thunder jet.