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Western Airlines
Boeing 727-247/Adv
Los Angeles - International (LAX / KLAX)
USA - California, July 1984
N2814W (cn 20870/1032) She's landing runway 25R, while Avianca 70 heavy (HK-2016 c/n 19276) from BOG & MEX lands runway 25L. First flight was April 11, 1974. Delivery date was April 26, 1974. Other serials - N2814W with Delta Air Lines. Wears FN 564 with Delta Air Lines, & FN 214 with Western Airlines. WFU by Delta Air Lines and stored at VCV (Victorville) in February 2001 as N2814W, & was broken-up in 2002. Sadly, HK-2016 was W/O January 25, 1990 near Long Island, New York due to fuel starvation.
Frank C. Duarte Jr.
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