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CONVAIR CV-340 Convairliner (N240HH) - Western Convair 240 N240HH The 49er at Chino on May 16, 2004. It was delivered to Western Air Lines on October 5, 1948. Air Carrier Service Corportation bought it in 1961 and sold it to Air Korea on February 6, 1961. Japan Domestic Airlines bought it in 1963, leasing it to Southwest Airlines in July 1967 and retiring it in 1968. Air Service Incorporated regiastered it as N8408H on January 23, 1969. Texas Instruments Incorporated acquired it in August 1971 and re-registered it as N240HH in January 1982. It was stored at Chino for many years. It is powered by a pair of Pratt & Whitney R-2800 eighteen-cylinder Double Wasp radial engines.
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CONVAIR CV-340 Convairliner (N240HH)

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Western Convair 240 N240HH The 49'er at Chino on May 16, 2004. It was delivered to Western Air Lines on October 5, 1948. Air Carrier Service Corportation bought it in 1961 and sold it to Air Korea on February 6, 1961. Japan Domestic Airlines bought it in 1963, leasing it to Southwest Airlines in July 1967 and retiring it in 1968. Air Service Incorporated regiastered it as N8408H on January 23, 1969. Texas Instruments Incorporated acquired it in August 1971 and re-registered it as N240HH in January 1982. It was stored at Chino for many years. It is powered by a pair of Pratt & Whitney R-2800 eighteen-cylinder Double Wasp radial engines.

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Kevin Haiduk
Southwest Airlines in 1967?
गतिविधि लॉग
क्या आप 1998 से N240HH के लिए पूरा इतिहास खोज चाहते हैं? अभी खरीदें। एक घंटे में इसे पायें।
दिनांक जहाज मूल गंतव्य स्थान प्रस्थान आगमन अवधि
No Recent History Data
रजिस्टर्ड यूजर (रजिस्टर करना नि:शुल्क और आसान है!) 3 months इतिहास देखें जुड़ें
 

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