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Lockheed L-049 - N88855 - Clipper Undaunted.  Photo Andy Christensen Lockheed L-049 - N88855 - Clipper Undaunted. Photo Andy Christensen
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Last Update: 13 April 2012

The following database is organized by the era in which the aircraft was operated, the aircraft type and the registration number. Although it generally follows the time line of Pan Am, it is not intended to be a chronological list of aircraft acquisitions.


Boeing 307 Stratoliner

NC 19902, Boeing 307 Stratoliner, Clipper Rainbow, notes: C/n 1995, delivered to Pan Am.

NC 19903, Boeing 307 Stratoliner, Clipper Flying Cloud, notes: C/n 2003, delivered to Pan Am. This aircraft has been fully restored and is currently in the collection at the National Air and Space Museum, registered N19903.

NC 19910, Boeing 307 Stratoliner, Clipper Comet, notes: C/n 2002, delivered to Pan Am. This aircraft was last on the United States registry as N75385.


Lockheed L-049 Constellation

N88831, Lockheed L-049 Constellation, Clipper Caribbean, notes: C/n 2031, delivered to Pan Am on 5 February 1946. This Constellation also carried the titles Uno Clipper, Clipper London, as well as Clipper Caribbean. On 24 September 1946, this Lockheed L-049 was damaged beyond repair while landing at Shannon, Ireland.

N88832, Lockheed L-049 Constellation, Clipper Flora Temple, notes: C/n 2032, delivered to Pan Am on 19 February 1946. This Lockheed L-049 was later converted to Lockheed 149 specifications. On 18 March 1955, while being operated by Panair do Brasil, registered PP-PDJ, this Constellation crashed while on approach to the airport at Asuncion, Paraguay

N88833, Lockheed L-049 Constellation, Clipper Bald Eagle, notes: C/n 2033, delivered to Pan Am on 25 February 1946. This Constellation also carried the titles Clipper Polynesia, Clipper Robin Hood, as well as Clipper Bald Eagle. It was leased to Panair do Brasil on 8 December 1950, and later purchased outright by the same company on 31 January 1951, registered PP-PDD. This Lockheed L-049 Constellation was reported as withdrawn for use and stored at Rio de Janeiro in July 1963, and ultimately broken up in 1969.

N88836, Lockheed L-049 Constellation, Clipper Mayflower, notes: C/n 2036, delivered to Pan Am on 5 January 1946. This Lockheed L-049 Constellation also flew under the title Clipper Yankee Ranger. In June 1953, it was sold to Cubana, registered CU-T-547. By 1968, after a number of operators, it ended as withdrawn from use and stored at Tel Aviv, Israel. It was reportedly broken up the same year.

N88837, Lockheed L-049 Constellation, Clipper Challenge, notes: C/n 2037, delivered to Pan Am on 12 January 1946. This Lockheed L-049 Constellation was later converted to L-149 specifications. On 11 January 1954, it went to Panair do Brasil, registered PP-PDG, and titled Joao Amaro Maciel Parente. It was withdrawn from use in 1965. Later, on 28 April 1969, this L-049 was bought by ASL Arruda Industria. Ultimately, on 29 May 1972, it crashed into the jungle in northern Brazil, after all four of its engines failed.

N88838, Lockheed L-049 Constellation, Clipper Donald McKay, notes: C/n 2038, delivered to Pan Am on 21 January 1946. This Lockheed L-049 was later converted to L-149 specifications. On 7 December 1953, it was purchased by Panair do Brasil, registered PP-PDF, and titled Garcia Rodigues Paes Leme. In February 1964, it was withdrawn from use and stored at Rio de Janeiro. This Constellation was ultimately broken up in 1974.

N88845, Lockheed L-049 Constellation, Clipper Eclipse, notes: C/n 2045, delivered to Pan Am on 24 February 1946. This Lockheed L-049 Constellation also flew under the title Clipper Dublin. On 19 June 1947, it was damaged beyond economical repair after a forced landing on the banks of the Euphrates River, near Meyadin, Syria

N88846, Lockheed L-049 Constellation, Clipper Great Republic, notes: C/n 2046, delivered to Pan Am on 29 February 1946. This Lockheed L-049 Constellation also flew under the title Clipper Bermuda. On 22 June 1951, it crashed into a hill north of Monrovia, Liberia.

N88847, Lockheed L-049 Constellation, Clipper Hotspur, notes: C/n 2047, delivered to Pan Am on 8 March 1946. On 30 July 1953, this Lockheed L-049 Constellation was purchased by Panair do Brasil, registered PP-PDE, and titled Estavao Ribeiro Parente. On 14 December 1962, it crashed into the jungle near Manaus, Brazil.

N88848, Lockheed L-049 Constellation, Clipper Golden Gate, notes: C/n 2048, delivered to Pan Am on 15 March 1946. This Lockheed L-049 was never actually flown by Pan Am, but rather went directly to Panair do Brasil, registered PP-PCB, and titled Domingos Alfonso Sertao. In May 1962, it was withdrawn from use and stored at Rio de Janeiro. It was sold in 1969, and ultimately broken up.

N88849, Lockheed L-049 Constellation, Clipper ?, notes: C/n 2L-049, delivered to Pan Am on 22 March 1946. This Lockheed L-049 Constellation was never actually flown by Pan Am, but rather went directly to Panair do Brasil, registered PP-PCF. It flew variously under the titles Antonio Rodrigues Velho and Manoel de Borba Gato. In July 1962, it was withdrawn from use and stored at Rio de Janeiro. It was finally broken up in 1969.

N88850, Lockheed L-049 Constellation, Clipper Intrepid, notes: C/n 2050, delivered to Pan Am on 20 March 1946.

N88855, Lockheed L-049 Constellation, Clipper Invincible, notes: C/n 2055, delivered to Pan Am on 22 April 1946. This Connie also carried the title Clipper Undaunted.

N88856, Lockheed L-049 Constellation, Clipper Paul Jones, notes: C/n 2056, delivered to Pan Am on 15 April 1946.

N88857, Lockheed L-049 Constellation, Clipper Unity, notes: C/n 2057, delivered to Pan Am on 19 April 1946. This Lockheed L-049 Constellation also carried the title Clipper Flying Mist. It was later converted to L-149 specifications. On 19 January 1955, it was bought by Panair do Brasil, registered PP-PDI, and titles Amador Bueno da Veiga. It was withdrawn from use and stored at Rio de Janeiro in January 1962, and finally broken up in 1970.

N88858, Lockheed L-049 Constellation, Clipper Empress of the Skies, notes: C/n 20, delivered to Pan Am on 25 April 1946.

N88859, Lockheed L-049 Constellation, Clipper Tallsman, notes: C/n 2059, delivered to Pan Am on 27 April 1946.

N88860, Lockheed L-049 Constellation, Clipper Courier, notes: C/n 2060, delivered to Pan Am on 1 May 1946.

N88861, Lockheed L-049 Constellation, Clipper Winged Arrow, notes: C/n 2061, delivered to Pan Am on 14 May 1946.

N88862, Lockheed L-049 Constellation, Clipper ?, notes: C/n 2062, delivered to Pan Am on 14 May 1946.

N88865, Lockheed L-049 Constellation, Clipper White Falcon, notes: C/n 2066, delivered to Pan Am on 24 May 1946.

N88868, Lockheed L-049 Constellation, Clipper Golden Fleece, notes: C/n 2067, delivered to Pan Am on 25 May 1946.

N90921, Lockheed L-049 Constellation, Clipper Jupiter Rex, notes: C/n 2051, originally delivered to American Overseas Airlines. Pan Am acquired this Lockheed L-049 Constellation on 25 September 1950, when Pan Am purchased American Overseas Airlines.

N90922, Lockheed L-049 Constellation, Clipper Mount Vernon, notes: C/n 2052, originally delivered to American Overseas Airlines. Pan Am acquired this Lockheed L-049 Constellation on 25 September 1950, when Pan Am purchased American Overseas Airlines.

N90923, Lockheed L-049 Constellation, Clipper Golden Rule, notes: C/n 2053, originally delivered to American Overseas Airlines, called Flagship Great Britain, on 29 March 1946. Pan Am acquired this Lockheed L-049 Constellation on 25 September 1950, when it purchased American Overseas Airlines. Pan Am later sold it to Delta Air Lines on 1 February 1956. It was later bought by American Flyers Airlines on 1 April 1960, then by California Airmotive in 1967. It was withdrawn from use and broken up in 1967.

N90924, Lockheed L-049 Constellation, Clipper Lafayette, notes: C/n 2054, originally delivered to American Overseas Airlines. Pan Am acquired this Lockheed L-049 Constellation on 25 September 1950, when Pan Am purchased American Overseas Airlines.

N90925, Lockheed L-049 Constellation, Clipper Courier, notes: C/n 2063, originally delivered to American Overseas Airlines. Pan Am acquired this Lockheed L-049 Constellation on 25 September 1950, when Pan Am purchased American Overseas Airlines.

N90926, Lockheed L-049 Constellation, Clipper Ocean Herald, notes: C/n 2064, originally delivered to American Overseas Airlines. Pan Am acquired this Lockheed L-049 Constellation on 25 September 1950, when Pan Am purchased American Overseas Airlines.

N90927, Lockheed L-049 Constellation, Clipper Wings of the Morning, notes: C/n 2065, originally delivered to American Overseas Airlines. Pan Am acquired this Lockheed L-049 Constellation on 25 September 1950, when Pan Am purchased American Overseas Airlines.


Lockheed 749 Constellation

N86527, Lockheed 749 Constellation, Clipper Glory of the Skies, notes: C/n 2525, originally ordered by Transcontinental and Western Airways but not taken up. It was delivered to Pan Am on 21 June 1947. This aircraft was then sold to Air France on 28 June 1950, registered F-BAZU. Air France converted it to Lockheed 749A Constellation standards. It was retired and stored in October 1960, then used by a technical school until it was finally broken up in 1976, at Vilgenis, France.

N86528, Lockheed 749 Constellation, Clipper Sovereign of the Skies, notes: C/n 2526, originally ordered by Transcontinental and Western Airways but not taken up. It was delivered to Pan Am on 21 June 1947. This aircraft was sold to Air France on 5 June 1950, registered F-BAZV. Air France converted it to Lockheed 749A Constellation standards. It was retired and stored in October 1960. It was finally broken up in November 1964.

N865297, Lockheed 749 Constellation, Clipper Romance of the Skies, notes: C/n 2527, originally ordered by Transcontinental and Western Airways but not taken up. It was delivered to Pan Am on 27 June 1947. This aircraft was sold to Air France on 12 August 1950, registered F-BAZX. Air France converted it to Lockheed 749A Constellation standards. This aircraft crashed while on approach to Vienna-Schwechat, Austria on 24 December 1958.

N86530, Lockheed 749 Constellation, Clipper Monarch of the Skies, notes: C/n 2528, originally ordered by Transcontinental and Western Airways but not taken up. It was delivered to Pan Am on 28 June 1947. This aircraft was sold to Air France in August 1950, registered F-BAZY. Air France converted it to Lockheed 749A Constellation standards. It carried the name Ville Lumiere. It was retired and stored in December 1969, and finally broken up in 1971


Boeing 377 Stratocruiser

N1022V, Boeing 377-10-19/26 Stratocruiser, Clipper Nightingale, notes: C/n 15922, delivered to Pan Am on 24 October 1950. This was the prototype Boeing 377 Stratocruiser, and first flew on 8 July 1947. It was operated by Boeing prior to delivery to Pan Am. It was withdrawn from use in 1960, and stored at Miami, Florida. Pan Am sold this Boeing 377 Stratocruiser on 7 February 1961, back to the Boeing Company. In April 1961, it was purchased by RANSA, who converted it into a freighter. In July 1969, this Stratocruiser was again withdrawn from use, and ultimately broken up at Miami, Florida.

N1023V, Boeing 377-10-26 Stratocruiser, Clipper Golden Gate, notes: C/n 15923, delivered to Pan Am on 19 March 1949. On 2 June 1958, this Boeing 377 Stratocruiser was damaged beyond repair after a gear up landing at Manila, Philippines.

N1024V, Boeing 377 Stratocruiser, Clipper Bald Eagle, notes: C/n 15924, delivered to Pan Am on 11 June 1949.

N1025V, Boeing 377 Stratocruiser, Clipper America, notes: C/n 15925, delivered to Pan Am on 31 January 1949.

N1026V, Boeing 377 Stratocruiser, Clipper Tradewind, notes: C/n 15926, delivered to Pan Am on 17 February 1949.

N1027V, Boeing 377 Stratocruiser, Clipper Friendship, notes: C/n 15927, delivered to Pan Am on 2 March 1949.

N1028V, Boeing 377 Stratocruiser, Clipper Flying Cloud, notes: C/n 15928, delivered to Pan Am on 14 March 1949.

N1029V, Boeing 377 Stratocruiser, Clipper Golden Eagle, notes: C/n 15929, delivered to Pan Am on 22 April 1949.

N1030V, Boeing 377 Stratocruiser, Clipper Southern Cross, notes: C/n 15930, delivered to Pan Am on 30 March 1949.

N1031V, Boeing 377 Stratocruiser, Clipper Mayflower, notes: C/n 15931, delivered to Pan Am on 28 April 1949.

N1032V, Boeing 377 Stratocruiser, Clipper United States, notes: C/n 15932, delivered to Pan Am on 21 May 1949.

N1033V, Boeing 377 Stratocruiser, Clipper Seven Seas, notes: C/n 15933, delivered to Pan Am on 23 June 1949.

N1034V, Boeing 377 Stratocruiser, Clipper Westward Ho, notes: C/n 15934, delivered to Pan Am on 3 July 1949.

N1035V, Boeing 377 Stratocruiser, Clipper Flying Eagle, notes: C/n 15935, delivered to Pan Am on 23 July 1949.

N1036V, Boeing 377 Stratocruiser, Clipper Washington, notes: C/n 15936, delivered to Pan Am on 12 August 1949.

N1037V, Boeing 377 Stratocruiser, Clipper Fleetwings, notes: C/n 15937, delivered to Pan Am on 8 September 1949. Pan Am placed this Stratocruiser in storage in 1960, and on 4 August of the same year, sold the airframe to Boeing. In 1963, it was bought by Aero Spacelines and converted into a 377-MG Mini-Guppy. In July 1981, it was purchased by Aero Union and registered N422AU. This Stratocruiser - Mini Guppy is currently preserved at the Tillamook Air Museum, Tillamook, Oregon.

N1038V, Boeing 377-10-26 Stratocruiser, Clipper Constitution, notes: C/n 15938, delivered to Pan Am on 29 September1949.

N1039V, Boeing 377 Stratocruiser, Clipper Good Hope, notes: C/n 15939, delivered to Pan Am on 27 August 1949.

N1040V, Boeing 377 Stratocruiser, Clipper Invincible, notes: C/n 15940, delivered to Pan Am on 31 October 1949.

N1041V, Boeing 377 Stratocruiser, Clipper Yankee, notes: C/n 15941, delivered to Pan Am on 8 November 1949.

N1042V, Boeing 377 Stratocruiser, Clipper Morning Star, notes: C/n 15942, delivered to Pan Am on 30 December 1949.

N90941, Boeing 377 Stratocruiser, Clipper America, notes: C/n 15957, originally operated by American Overseas Airlines, called Flagship Great Britain. It was also called Flagship Europe and Flagship Scandinavia. This Boeing 377 Stratocruiser was then acquired by Pan Am on 25 September 1950, when Pan Am bought American Overseas Airlines. It also carried the title Clipper Australia. It was damaged beyond economical repair as a result of a gear up landing at Tokyo, Japan on 9 July 1959.

N90942, Boeing 377 Stratocruiser, Clipper Glory of the Skies, notes: C/n 15958, originally operated by American Overseas Airlines, called Flagship Europe. It was also called Flagship Great Britain. This Boeing 377 Stratocruiser was then acquired by Pan Am on 25 September 1950, when Pan Am bought American Overseas Airlines. It was withdrawn from use in 1960, and stored at Miami, Florida. It was bought back by the Boeing Company on 25 January 1961, and was eventually purchased by Aero Spacelines in 1963. It was again withdrawn from use in 1963, and this time stored at Mojave, California. In August 1967, this Stratocruiser was damaged beyond repair when it was struck by another aircraft.

N90943, Boeing 377 Stratocruiser, Clipper Sovereign of the Sky, notes: C/n 15959, originally operated by American Overseas Airlines, called Flagship Holland. This Boeing 377 Stratocruiser was then acquired by Pan Am on 25 September 1950, when Pan Am bought American Overseas Airlines. On 16 October 1956, this Stratocruiser ditched in the Pacific Ocean after two of its engines failed on the Hawaii to San Francisco section

N90944, Boeing 377 Stratocruiser, Clipper Romance of the Skies, notes: C/n 15960, originally operated by American Overseas Airlines, called Flagship Ireland. This Boeing 377 Stratocruiser was then acquired by Pan Am on 25 September 1950, when Pan Am bought American Overseas Airlines. On 9 September 1957, this Stratocruiser crashed in the Pacific Ocean while on the San Francisco to Hawaii section.

N90945, Boeing 377 Stratocruiser, Clipper Monarch of the Skies, notes: C/n 15961, originally operated by American Overseas Airlines, called Flagship Norway. This Boeing 377 Stratocruiser was then acquired by Pan Am on 25 September 1950, when Pan Am bought American Overseas Airlines. It was withdrawn from use in 1960, and stored at Miami, Florida. On 7 February 1961, it was bought back by the Boeing Company and eventually was bought by RANSA. Boeing repossessed this Stratocruiser in July 1963, and sold it to Miami Air Charters in January 1967. It was finally retired and broken up for spares in April 1968, at Miami, Florida.

N90946, Boeing 377 Stratocruiser, Clipper Queen of the Skies, notes: C/n 15962, originally operated by American Overseas Airlines, called Flagship Sweden. This Boeing 377 Stratocruiser was then acquired by Pan Am on 25 September 1950, when Pan Am bought American Overseas Airlines. In 1961, it was withdrawn from use and stored at San Francisco, California. It then passed through the hands of the Israeli Aircraft Industries before going to the Israeli Air Force, with the registration 4X-FOD, then 4X-FPZ – Number 096. It was converted to Boeing 377M specifications. While operated by the Israeli Air Force this Stratocruiser carried the title Yodfat. It was finally withdrawn from use on 1 October 1973. The airframe was broken up for spares.

N90947, Boeing 377 Stratocruiser, Clipper Queen of the Pacific, notes: C/n 15963, originally operated by American Overseas Airlines, called Flagship Denmark. This Boeing 377 Stratocruiser was then acquired by Pan Am on 25 September 1950, when Pan Am bought American Overseas Airlines. It also carried the title Clipper Good Hope. In 1961, it was withdrawn from use and stored at San Francisco, California. It then passed through the hands of the Israeli Aircraft Industries before going to the Israeli Air Force, with the registration 4X-AOD, then 4X-FPX – Number 098. It was converted to Boeing 377M specifications. While operated by the Israeli Air Force this Stratocruiser carried the title Zipon. It was finally withdrawn from use on 1 September 1975. The airframe was presumably broken up.

N90948, Boeing 377 Stratocruiser, Clipper Eclipse, notes: C/n 15964, originally operated by American Overseas Airlines, called Flagship Scotland. This Boeing 377 Stratocruiser was then acquired by Pan Am on 25 September 1950, when Pan Am bought American Overseas Airlines. It also carried the title Clipper Mandarin. After being withdrawn from use and stored for a time, this Stratocruiser was purchased by the Israeli Air Force, carrying the registrations 4X-AOI, 4X-FOI and 4X-FPY – Number 097, on 2 February 1962. It was converted to Boeing 377M specifications. While operated by the Israeli Air Force this Stratocruiser carried the title Masada. It was finally withdrawn from use on 16 October 1975, and is currently preserved at Hatzerim Air Base, reportedly as the Officer’s Club.


Convair 240 ConvairLiner

N90655, Convair 240-2, Clipper Jamaica, notes: C/n 9, delivered to Pan Am on 25 June 1948. Pan Am sold this Convair 240 on 17 April 1950, to Mid-Continent Airlines. Over the years it was operated by a large number of firms including Braniff Airways and LOT-Polish Airlines. In the late 1970s, it spent some time under impound by the Bahamian Government. This Convair 240 was finally withdrawn from use in April 1979, and was reportedly placed in storage.

N90656, Convair 240-2, notes: C/n 14, delivered to Pan Am on 30 September 1948. Pan Am sold this Convair 240 on 11 November 1957, to VARIG, who registered it as PP-VCV. It was withdrawn from use and broken up in May 1970, at Sao Paulo, Brazil.

N90657, Convair 240-2, notes: C/n 19,delivered to Pan Am on 18 November 1948. Pan Am sold this Convair 240 on 18 November 1957, to VARIG, who registered it as PP-VCW. It was withdrawn from use and broken up in May 1970, at Sao Paulo, Brasil.

N90658, Convair 240-2, notes: C/n 24, delivered to Pan Am on 30 April 1948.
Pan Am sold this Convair 240 on 15 October 1954, to VARIG, who registered it as PP-VCP. It was withdrawn from use and broken up in May 1970, at Sao Paulo, Brasil.

N90659, Convair 240-2, Clipper Cuba, notes: C/n 34, delivered to Pan Am on 30 April 1948. Pan Am sold this Convair 240 on 8 March 1954, to Northeast Airlines. Later in 1954, it was purchased by VARIG, who registered it as PP-VCO. It was withdrawn from use and broken up in May 1970, at Sao Paulo, Brasil.

N90660, Convair 240-2, notes: C/n 39, delivered to Pan Am on 10 December1948. Pan Am sold this Convair 240 on 23 September 1954, to VARIG, who registered it as PP-VCK. On 22 September 1958, it crashed while on approach to the airport at Brasilia, Brazil.

N90661, Convair 240-2, notes: C/n 44, delivered to Pan Am on 28 October 1948. Pan Am sold this Convair 240 on 21 October 1954, to VARIG, who registered it as PP-VCR. It was withdrawn from use and broken up in May 1970, at Sao Paulo, Brasil.

N90662, Convair 240-2, notes: C/n 49, delivered to Pan Am on 23 November 1948. On 2 September 1951, this Convair 240 crashed into the sea while on approach to the airport at Kingston Jamaica.

N90663, Convair 240-2, Clipper Caracas, notes: C/n 55, delivered to Pan Am on 21 May 1948. Pan Am sold this Convair 240 to Mid-Continent Airlines on 9 March 1950. On 22 January 1959, while being operated by Air Jordan, registered JY-ACB, this Convair 240 crashed near Amman Jordan

N90664, Convair 240-2, notes: C/n 59, delivered to Pan Am on 1 June 1948. Pan Am sold this Convair 240 to Mid Continent Airlines on 17 March 1950. It later crashed on 27 February 1951, while on takeoff out of the airport at Tulsa, Oklahoma.

N90665, Convair 240-2, notes: C/n 65, delivered to Pan Am on 15 July1948. Pam Am later sold this Convair 240 to Northeast Airlines on 30 April 1954. It was then sold to VARIG, registered PP-VDH, on 16 February 1959. It was ultimately withdrawn from use in May 1970, and broken up.

N90666, Convair 240-2, Clipper Barranquen, notes: C/n 67, originally registered by the Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Company as N74667, before it was delivered to Pan Am on 17 September 1948. On 16 January 1954, Pan Am sold this Convair 240 to Northeast Airlines, who then sold it to VARIG, registered PP-VDG, on 7 January 1959. In March 1976, this airliner was donated to the Museu de Armas in Sao Paulo, Brazil. It is currently preserved.

N90667, Convair 240-2, notes: C/n 71, delivered to Pan Am on 10 June 1948. Pan Am sold this Convair 240 to Mid-Continent Airlines on 30 March 1950. Over the years it had been operated by a number of companies including Braniff Airways and Linee Aeree Italiane. Although the information is a bit vague, it appears that this Convair 240, carrying the Mexican registration XC-DOK, crashed on 25 January 1970, near the town of Poza Rica, Mexico.

N90668, Convair 240-2, notes: C/n 83, delivered to Pan Am on 26 August 1948. Pan Am sold this Convair 240 to VARIG, registered PP-VCY, on 19 October 1957. It was ultimately withdrawn from use in May 1970, and broken up at Sao Paulo, Brasil.

N90669, Convair 240-2, notes: C/n 84, delivered to Pan Am on 30 August 1948. Pan Am sold this Convair 240 to Mid-Continent Airlines on 10 January 1952. After being operated by a number of different firms including Braniff Airways, Iran Air and Air Jordan, it was finally purchased by a private individual on 25 May 1969. This Convair 240 was ultimately broken up in 1971, at Perryville, Missouri.

N90670, Convair 240-2, notes: C/n 90, delivered to Pan Am on 25 August 1948. Pan Am sold this Convair 240 to Northeast Airlines on 23 April 1954. On 15 August 1958, it crashed while on approach to the airport at Nantucket, Massachusetts.

N90671, Convair 240-2, notes: C/n 91, delivered to Pan Am on 27 August 1948. Pan Am later sold this Convair 240 on 26 October 1957 to VARIG, who registered the airframe as PP-VCZ. It was withdrawn from use and broken up in May 1970, at Sao Paulo, Brazil.

N90672, Convair 240-2, notes: C/n 98, delivered to Pan Am on 26 September 1948. Pan Am later sold this Convair 240 on 29 September 1954 to VARIG, who registered the airframe as PP-VCN. It was withdrawn from use and broken up in May 1970, at Sao Paulo, Brazil.

N90673, Convair 240-2, notes: C/n 99, delivered to Pan Am on 28 September 1948. Pan Am later sold this Convair 240 on 21 August 1957 to VARIG, who registered the airframe as PP-VCZ. It was withdrawn from use and broken up in May 1970, at Sao Paulo, Brazil.

N90674, Convair 240-2, notes: C/n 103, delivered to Pan Am on 8 October 1948. Pan Am later sold this Convair 240 on 26 October 1954 to VARIG, who registered the airframe as PP-VCQ. On 22 December 1962, this Convair crashed while on approach to the airport at Brasilia, Brazil.


Convair 340 ConvairLiner

N11136, Convair 340-54 ConvairLiner, notes: C/n 136, delivered to Pan Am on 18 December 1953. This Convair 340 was to be assigned to Mexicana, but was never delivered to that company, and was instead withdrawn from use and stored. On 21 September 1954, it was purchased by National Airlines. It was later operated by the Lockheed Aircraft Corporation and Allegheny Airlines. On 7 May 1962, while being operated by LAN-Chile, registered CC-C-LCA, it was damaged beyond repair near Vallenar, Chile.. It was ultimately broken up for spares.

N11137, Convair 340-54 ConvairLiner, notes: C/n 137, delivered to Pan Am on 22 December 1953. This Convair 340 was to be assigned to Mexicana, but was never delivered to that company, and was instead withdrawn from use and stored. On 21 September 1954, it was purchased by National Airlines. It was later operated by the Lockheed Aircraft Corporation, Allegheny Airlines and by LAN-Chile, registered CC-C-LCB. On 19 July 1965, this Convair 340 was bought by North Central Airlines and registered N7528U. It was late converted to Convair 440, and still later to Convair 580 specifications. After a time being flown in Canada, this Convair 580 is now being operated by Contract Air Cargo, registered N631MW.

N11150, Convair 340-54 ConvairLiner, notes: C/n 150, delivered to Pan Am on 11 February 1953. This Convair 340 was to be assigned to Mexicana, but was never delivered to that company, and was instead withdrawn from use and stored. On 9 August 1954, it was bought by National Airlines. It was owned by a number of firms, and was converted to Convair 440 specifications, before being bought on 12 June 1964, by North Central Airlines. In August 1968, it was further converted to Convair 580 specifications. Currently, this Convair 580 is owned by Air Venezuela, registered YV-969C, and is reportedly withdrawn from use and stored at Caracas, Venezuela.

N11151, Convair 340-54 ConvairLiner, notes: C/n 151, delivered to Pan Am on 18 February 1954. This Convair 340 was to be assigned to Mexicana, but was never delivered to that company, and was instead withdrawn from use and stored. On 9 August 1954, it was bought by National Airlines. On 18 February 1960, National Airlines sold it to Allegheny Airlines. It was then converted to Convair 440 specifications, and in April 1967, to Convair 580 specifications. Currently, this Convair 580 is being operated by Kelowna Flightcraft, registered C-FKFZ, out of Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada.






 

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