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United Airlines
Boeing 757-222
Orlando - International (McCoy) (MCO / KMCO)
USA - Florida, August 1991
N522UA / 5022 (cn 24931/320) Seen northbound on taxiway Charlie to runway 18L for departure back to IAD wearing bold titles. These colors are always fun to shoot! First flight was October 5, 1990. Delivery date was October 19, 1990. Other serials - N522UA with WFBN - Wells Fargo Bank NW. Wears FN 5022 with United Airlines, which was later changed to FN 5422. Painted to new company colors in January 2011. Stored at GYR (Goodyear) on September 24, 2015 as N522UA.
Frank C. Duarte Jr.
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