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Last update in red  10/21/05



>>> N6080 (c/n # 2) at Detroit's - Willow Run airport , Michigan on May 27, 1996  (Daniel Compton)

<<<  Caribou (C/N # 107) on the ramp at the  Salinas - Municipal SNS/KSNS California airport  on 2-20-05. (Patrick Moran)

>>> VH-BFC (c/n # 23) location/date unknown assigned to Ansett-Mal Airlines in Australia for work in PNG. (Fred Niven)  Check out the History of Ansett at

<<< EC-GQM (C/N # 289) ex BDE, last owner known was Aviacion Insular Sociedad Anomina (AVINSA) stored at the Madrid's Cuatro Vientos airport, Spain on 8-22-04. (Manuel Pancorbo)

>>> T.9-9 (C/N # 287) ex Spanish Air Force stored at the Madrid's Cuatro Vientos airport, Spain on 8-22-04.  Last known operator was Aerofan Escuela de pilotos. (Manuel Pancorbo)

<<< N9013M (C/N # 80) Operated by Pen Turbo Aviation at Birmingham  International Airport, Alabama on December, 1992. (Gary Chambers)

>>> N6080 (C/N # 2) behind the Citation Jet at Detroit - Willow Run Airport - Michigan on July, 1999. (Gary Chambers)

<<< 5H-MRQ (unknown C/N) at Shoreham, UK on 4-26-80  (Martin Stephen)

>>> 5H-MRS (unknown C/N) (Ex-Tanazanian AF) departing Prestwick for Iceland on 1-11-79  (Martin Stephen)


MSP-001 (C/N # 81) Ministerio de Seguridad Publica at the Alajuela (San Jose) - Juan Santamaria International Airport, Costa Rica on November 21, 2004. Preserved in "La Candela Restaurant, in front of the airport terminal. (José Ramón Valero - IBERIAN SPOTTERS)


<<< Air Cargo America N544Y (c/n # 241) on the ramp at Miami International Airport, FL,  June 21, 1978.  (Mick Bajcar)

>>> N2225C (c/n # 215) with Greatland Air Cargo at the time. Anchorage, AK on 7/6/00.  (Snorre - VIP Vienna International Planespotters)

<<< Air Cargo America N544Y (c/n # 241) aiming for 9L at Miami International Airport, FL with the number one prop feathered.  December, 1983 (Bob Garrard)

>>> Ada Air (DHL Airways) N3760D at Shannon, Ireland 3-86         (Bill Sheridan)

<<<PK-YRJ (c/n # 27) on approach to the Dubai Airport, United Arab Emirates on 4/10/04.  (Teemu Tuuri)

>>> PK-YRJ (c/n # 27) at the Luqa Airport, Malta on 4/3/04.  (Joseph Xuereb)


Caribou (c/n # 81) ex Army 62-4146 last reported with the Costa Rica Security Police MSP 001was photographed at San Jose Airport in Costa Rica on January 22, 2004 by  Ben Beebe. He reported that the aircraft was seized for drug running.  The aircraft is supposed to be moved in about a year due to airport expansion. They are supposed to move it to a location on the west side of Costa Rica to an area north of PUNTERENAS or across the gulf from Punterenas on the peninsula for a restaurant/museum.


PK-YRJ (c/n  # 27) sitting at the Penn Turbo ramp at Cape May. NJ on 3-04. (Goby Gobalian)


PK-YRJ on approach to runway 06 at Malta on 4/2/04.  (Roberto Benetti)


These photos of PK-YRJ were taken by Malcolm Bezzina on Malta on 4/2/04.  Malcolm reports the routing PK-YRJ as follows:Cape  May, New Jersey-Bangor, Maine (RON) - St.Johns (Newfoundland) (RON) -Santa-Maria (Azores) - Lisbon (Portugal) - Menorca (Spain) - Malta (RON) - Luxor (Egypt) - Bahrain(UAE) - Dubai - Oman - Sri-Lanka (Colombo) - Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur) direct to Jakarta!!  The aircraft was  flow by a crew of three from Australia.


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