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Airframe History

Date Remark
August 1979 Ordered by Air Canada; order cancelled in April 1983
8 August 1983 First flight; aircraft remained undelivered at Palmdale; registered N64959
3 June 1985 Last L-1011 delivered to an airline - Royal Jordanian; re-registered JY-AGJ; named 'Princess Zein'
May 1988 Sold to Indosuez Finance and leased to Royal Jordanian
January 1989 Leased to TAP Air Portugal; re-registered CS-TEG; named 'Eça de Queiroz'
August 1995 Bought by Partnairs Leasing
November 1995 Bought by Caribjet; re-registered V2-LEK; leased to Air India
June 1996 Returned to Caribjet; stored at Cambridge/CBG
July 1997 Re-registered 9Y-BWC; not taken up by BWIA West Indies Airways; re-registered again V2-LEK
February 1998 Bought by Apollo Resor; re-registered SE-DVI
March 1998 Sold to Finans Skandic and leased to Novair
November 1999 Bought by Air Luxor while still being leased to Novair
June 2000 Entered in service with Air Luxor; re-registered CS-TMP
January 2004 Transferred to Luzair; operating under Air Luxor's AOC; blue tail and no titles
July 2005 Seen operating for LOT Polish Airlines between Warsaw/WAW and Toronto/YYZ
September 2005 Seen flying for Cubana de Aviación during 'Operación Milagro'
April 2006 Transferred to Luzair's AOC; Luzair titles; chartered for a world tour (LIS-CPT-MRU-PER-CHC-SCL-LIS)
July 2006 Chartered for evacuation flights between Larnaca/LCA and Montreal/YUL during Lebanon crisis
October 2006 Leased to Pakistan International Airlines for pre-Hajj and Hajj season till beginning of February 2007
24 November 2007 Leased to Meridian Airlines (Nigeria) for Hajj flights; operated for Meridian until end of January 2008
15 November 2008 Ferried to Aqaba/AQJ; stored and withdrawn from service after corrosion found in aircraft structure

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