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Trans World Airlines - TWA
Lockheed L-1011-385-1 TriStar 50
Los Angeles - International (LAX / KLAX)
USA - California, May 1983
N41020 / 21020 (cn 193B-1072) Seen on taxiway Echo approaching runway 24L. First flight was April 13, 1974. Delivery date was April 27, 1974. Built as TriStar 1, cvt'd to TriStar 50 in April 1981. Other serials - TF-ABM with Air Atlanta Icelandic, Iberia, Peach Air, Caledonian Awys, & Istanbul Als, N41020 with Gulf Air, Eastern Air Lines, & Hawaiian Air, and also SE-DPP with ECU Air, Air Operations of Europe, & Sudan Awys. Wears FN 21020 with TWA. Stored at MZJ (Marana) as TF-ABM, & was broken-up at MZJ in 2002.
Frank C. Duarte Jr.
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