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PSA - Pacific Southwest Airlines
McDonnell Douglas MD-81 (DC-9-81)
San Diego - International / Lindbergh Field (SAN / KSAN)
USA - California, October 1982
N936PS (cn 48092/1034) Grinningbird seen over the numbers landing runway 27 from LAS in late afternoon hours. Serial not yet moved from engine cowling to fuselage. First flight was September 23, 1981. Delivery date was December 17, 1981. Other serials - N812US with USAir, US Airways, & Alameda Corporation - the scrapper! Wears FN 36 with PSA, & FN 812 with USAir. Temporary storage at LAS (Las Vegas) in April 2002 as N812US. Final storage at TUS (Tucson) in January 2003.
Frank C. Duarte Jr.
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