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BOEING 747-100 (N602FF) - Boeing 747-124 N602FF at Los Angeles International on January 6, 2000. It first flew on July 2, 1970. It was delivered to Continental Airlines as N26862 in July 1970. It was withdrawn from service and stored in January 1974. Boeing purchased the 747-124 in October 1975. It was to be sold to the Imperial Iranian Air Force, but it was not taken up. Boeing re-registered it as N747AV in September 1976 and leased it to Avianca Columbia that November. It was re-registered as HK-2000 by Avianca in December 1976 and named "Eldorado". Avianca returned it to Boeing in January 1983. The next month, Boeing Equipment Holding Corporation (BEHC) re-registered it as N747BA. They leased it to Scandinavian Airlines System in August 1983. Scandinavian sub-leased it to Air Algerie. It was returned to Boeing in October 1983. BEHC leased it directly to Air Algerie from December 1983 to January 1984. It was leased to Tower Air in May 1984. It was re-registered as N602FF in November 1984. Tower purchased it in October 1985. They leased it to Air Jamaica from July 1987 to May 1988 and Air Europe from May 1989 to February 1990. It was leased to Saudi Arabian Airlines on March 27, 1997. It was returned to Tower Air on September 14, 1998. It was broken up in October 2001.
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BOEING 747-100 (N602FF)

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Boeing 747-124 N602FF at Los Angeles International on January 6, 2000. It first flew on July 2, 1970. It was delivered to Continental Airlines as N26862 in July 1970. It was withdrawn from service and stored in January 1974. Boeing purchased the 747-124 in October 1975. It was to be sold to the Imperial Iranian Air Force, but it was not taken up. Boeing re-registered it as N747AV in September 1976 and leased it to Avianca Columbia that November. It was re-registered as HK-2000 by Avianca in December 1976 and named "Eldorado". Avianca returned it to Boeing in January 1983. The next month, Boeing Equipment Holding Corporation (BEHC) re-registered it as N747BA. They leased it to Scandinavian Airlines System in August 1983. Scandinavian sub-leased it to Air Algerie. It was returned to Boeing in October 1983. BEHC leased it directly to Air Algerie from December 1983 to January 1984. It was leased to Tower Air in May 1984. It was re-registered as N602FF in November 1984. Tower purchased it in October 1985. They leased it to Air Jamaica from July 1987 to May 1988 and Air Europe from May 1989 to February 1990. It was leased to Saudi Arabian Airlines on March 27, 1997. It was returned to Tower Air on September 14, 1998. It was broken up in October 2001.

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