Thanks for participating - I realized some questions were vague, and one was wrong, so this will help me out. Thanks for the input.
1. Court Line; they operated them from 1973 to 1974; they went into liquidation
2. Any 10 of the following: Eastern, TWA, Delta, British Airways, Pan Am, Cathay Pacific, Eastern, AirLanka, LTU, TAP, PSA, Gulf Air, Saudia, ANA, Alia (Royal Jordanian), BWIA, Court Line, Air Canada, Haas-Turner (a leasing group)
4. Cathay Pacific received 12 Tristars from Eastern; Delta received 10
5. Any 6 of the following: ATA, Air Ops, Air Atlanta Icelandic, Blue Scandinavia, Chile Inter, Air Transat, Royal Aviation, LTU, Yes, Caledonian, Novair, Star Europe, Court Line, Rich International
7. False; the year was 1998.
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8. The Algerian Government; it is currently in service as a Saudi VIP Transport (HZ-HM5)
9. The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
10. Tristar 200; higher MGTOW and more powerful RB211-524 engines
11. Thank you Ceilidh - the question was incorrect - this is verbatim from Ceilidh's response -
1) TAAG Angola (leased -500 from TAP)
2) LAM Mozambique (leased -500 from TAP)
3) Air Sudan (multiple aircraft)
3) Air Algerie (multiple aircraft)
4) Nigeria Airways (leased from Air Atlanta)
5) ADC Airlines
6) Cameroon Airlines (leased -500)
and the latest operator...
Congo Air Lines
12. Those nifty lower level lounges that were identifiable by the fairing behind the landing gear made PSA's Tristars different from any other.
13. 249 - the prototype, N1011, was never delivered and was scrapped in Ardmore, OK in 1986 with less than 9000 hours.
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