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CONVAIR CV-340 Convairliner (N1022C) - Formerly of Trans Florida Airlines, moved via truck from its last known location of storage at Daytona Intl to X04 Orlando Country Airport    N1022C started out as an American Airlines Flagship, and served as a Mohawk cosmopolitan named Air Chief Narraganset.    After Hartford, CT based Propliners of Americas intent to buy fell through, ownership was sold to the US Airline Industry Museum Foundation
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CONVAIR CV-340 Convairliner (N1022C)

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Formerly of Trans Florida Airlines, moved via truck from its last known location of storage at Daytona Intl to X04 Orlando Country Airport N1022C started out as an American Airlines Flagship, and served as a Mohawk cosmopolitan named "Air Chief Narraganset." After Hartford, CT based Propliners of America's intent to buy fell through, ownership was sold to the US Airline Industry Museum Foundation

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