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Boeing 737-3B7
San Diego - International / Lindbergh Field (SAN / KSAN)
USA - California, September 1989
N508AU (cn 23383/1425) First photo wearing red USAir colors in db lining up runway 27. First flight was July 28, 1987. Delivery date was August 11, 1987. Built as 737-3B7, cvt'd to 737-3B7(F) freighter at MIA in 2005. Other serials - ZK-TLA with Toll Priority & Air Work New Zealand, N508AU with US Airways & Wells Fargo Bank NW, and also N377AU with USAir & Meridian Trust Company. Wears FN 377 with USAir wearing registration N377AU. Temporary storage at MHV (Mojave) in August 2002.
Frank C. Duarte Jr.
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