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Lockheed L-1011 TriStar (N910TE)

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3/31/2016 Will be leaving Tucson area maybe in three weeks or so. Maybe Going to a Museum No more flying hospital

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Arthur Moss
I wish it were that was picking it up. They were a truly unique aircraft, as to how they built and flown. The first with Cat III auto-land. The PSA airplanes had a lower deck Lounge and air-stairs. Beat a DC-10 on a LA to Boston trip by 30-40 minutes one time. (Worked with it at the beginning for 4 years.)
Toby Sharp
very cool Mr. Moss, thank you.
mjorgensen1
kinda scary to think they are going to fly it out of tucson.
N204TA
Departed TUS on 7/14/17 but had to return after shutting down an engine. Departed again 7/15/17 for its new home at MCI as the TriStar Experience, a STEM learning lab for kids.
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