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Lockheed L-1011 TriStar (N505PA)


This is the picture taken before about 30 years,
but a photo date isn't recording a photo date then,
and is unclear.
PA Lockheed L1011-500 TriStar
N505PA 1184


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Ron Carver
Didn't know Pan Am had any L-10's. Cool picture!
Yoshihiro Oshita Photo Uploader
As of 1985, PANAM owned L-10 (all 500 types) which are owned by the following 7 aircraft. N 501 PA, N 503 PA, N 510 PA, N 511 PA, N 512 PA, N 513 PA, N 514 PA.
After this, we will be transferred to United by absorption merger with United.
Ron Carver
Thanks! :)
Dave Sheehy
Very nice pictures Yoshihiro, thank you for sharing.
Yoshihiro Oshita Photo Uploader
It is regrettable that the sunlight from the side striking the airframe is too strong and the aircraft has become whitish.
Flew on this aircraft DEC 1984 MIA LAX First Class, then, Jan 2 1985 LAX MIA First Class. The outbound was the well known Flight 5 and return was Flight 4. Nicknamed the Movie "Star" flights because of various Hollywood, CA actor/commuters utilizing the rare non-stops between LAX & MIA. The flight numbers went on to other aircraft on the international routes, some around the world as the fantastic Pan American Airlines was known for. Miss PAA greatly, but, have very fond memories.
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