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Pan American Airways - Fleet List and Airframe Histories - The Boeing Jet Fleet (727)

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Last Update: 24 May 2008

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.

N314PA, Boeing 727-21, Clipper Sam Houston, notes: C/n 18992, delivered to Pan Am on 18 December 1965. This airliner also flew under the titles Clipper Stuttgart, Clipper Betsy Ross and Clipper Schrafer Otto. Pan Am sold this Boeing 727-21 on 31 August 1975, to Alaska Airlines, registered N314AS, who in turn sold it in June 1993, to Aero Controls.

N315PA, Boeing 727-21, Clipper White Falcon, notes: C/n 18993, delivered to Pan Am on 14 January 1966. This airliner also flew under the titles Clipper Berlin, Clipper Pocahontas and Clipper Desseldorf. It was sold to AVIANCA on 9 October 1974, and re-registered HK-1717. The airframe was then purchased on 23 April 1992, by Aerosucre Colombia, who converted it to Boeing 727-21F freighter specifications.

N316PA, Boeing 727-21, Clipper Buena Vista, notes: C/n 18994, delivered to Pan Am on 15 January 1966. This airliner also flew under the titles Clipper Frankfort, Clipper Numberg and Clipper Spreeathen. It was sold to Alaska Airlines on 20 October 1975, and re-registered N316AS. In December 1980, this airliner was sold to Aeronautics and Astronautics, who in turn leased it to Aerotal Colombia. It crashed at Simon Bolivar Airport, Colombia on 4 August 1982.

N317PA, Boeing 727-21, Clipper De Soto, notes: C/n 18995, delivered to Pan Am on 20 January 1966. This airliner also flew under the title Clipper Munchen. It crashed on 15 November 1966, during an approach to the Tegal Airport, West Berlin, Germany.

N318PA, Boeing 727-21, Clipper Inca, notes: C/n 18996, delivered to Pan Am on 19 February 1966. This airliner also flew under the titles Clipper Stuttgart, Clipper Hannover, Clipper Betsy Ross and Clipper Flotte Motte. Pan Am sold it on 17 September 1975, to Alaska Airlines, registered N318AS. In November 1980, this airliner was sold to Aeronautics and Astronautics, who in turn leased it to Aerotal Colombia. It crashed in November 1982.

N319PA, Boeing 727-21, Clipper Ponce de Leon, notes: C/n 18997, delivered to Pan Am on 28 February 1966. This airliner also flew under the titles Clipper Hamburg, Clipper Buena Vista and Clipper Spreeathen. Pan Am sold this Boeing 727-21 on 7 July 1981, to Ports of Call, registered N721PC. It was later bought by AVIANCA in December 1987, registered HK-3398, who in turn leased it to SAM Colombia.

N320PA, Boeing 727-21, Clipper Berlin, notes: C/n 18998, delivered to Pan Am on 13 March 1966. This airliner also flew under the titles Clipper White Falcon, Clipper Frankfurt, Clipper Dawn, Clipper John Alden, Clipper Langer Lulatsch and Clipper Dufte Biene. Pan Am sold this Boeing 727-21 on 30 September 1975, to Alaska Airlines, registered N320AS, who in turn sold it on 27 December 1979, to Luqa, Inc. After a number of additional operators, it was last reported to be under lease to Imperial Palace, Inc., in November 1991.

N321PA, Boeing 727-21, Clipper Koln-Bonn, notes: C/n 18999, delivered to Pan Am on 16 March 1966. This airliner also flew under the titles Clipper Hamburg, Clipper Unity and Clipper Matchless. It was sold on 20 September 1974, to AVIANCA, registered HK-1716. It crashed on 17 March 1988, during departure from Cucuta, Colombia.

N323PA, Boeing 727-21, Clipper Frankfurt, notes: C/n 19005, delivered to Pan Am on 28 April 1966. This airliner also flew under the titles Clipper Sam Houston, Clipper Stuttgart, Clipper Star of Peace, Clipper Schrager Otto and Clipper Langer Lulatsch. Pan Am sold this Boeing 727-21 on 30 June 1982, to ATASCO Leasing, Inc., who in turn leased it to AVIANACA, registered HK-2845X. After being returned off lease, it was sold on 17 September 1985, to Emory Worldwide, who converted it to Boeing 727-21F specifications. Over the ensuing years, this freighter was operated by several companies, including Omni Air Express. It was last reported under the ownership of a Mr. D. Tokoph.

N324PA, Boeing 727-21, Clipper Munchen, notes: C/n 19006, delivered to Pan Am on 5 May 1966. This airliner also flew under the titles Clipper Australia, Clipper Pocahontas, Clipper Berlin and Clipper David Crockett. Pan Am sold this Boeing 727-21 on 5 November 1975, to Alaska Airlines, registered N324AS, and later sold it to Luqa, Inc., in October 1980.

N325PA, Boeing 727-21, Clipper Dusseldorf, notes: C/n 19007, delivered to Pan Am on 18 May 1966. This airliner also flew under the titles Clipper Dawn, Clipper Inca, Clipper Stuttgart, Clipper Syren, Clipper Dufte Biene and Clipper Luftikus. Pan Am sold this Boeing 727-21 on 29 June 1982, to ATASCO Leasing, Inc., who immediately leased it to AVIANCA, registered HK-2846X. After being returned off lease in September 1985, it was subsequently sold to Emory Worldwide on 17 September 1985. It was then converted to Boeing 727-21F freighter specifications. As of January 1993, this freighter was still being operated by Emory Worldwide.

N326PA, Boeing 727-21, Clipper Munchen, notes: C/n 19035, delivered to Pan Am on 28 May 1966. This airliner also flew under the titles Clipper de Soto, Clipper Numberg, Clipper White Falcon, Clipper Raven, Clipper Wuchtbrumme and Clipper Beroline. Pan Am sold the Boeing 727-21 on 15 November 1975, to AVIANCA, registered HK-1803. It later crashed on 27 Novmber 1989, at Cali, Colombia.

N327PA, Boeing 727-21, Clipper Hannover, notes: C/n 19036, delivered to Pan Am on 24 June 1966. This airliner also flew under the titles Clipper Inca, Clipper Dusseldorf, Clipper Hannover, Clipper Pocohontas, Clipper Meteor and Clipper Berlin Express. On 3 September 1980 it over ran the runway at San Jose, Costa Rica, and was damaged beyond repair. It was then bought by the Aviation Sales Company and subsequently broken up for parts.

N328PA, Boeing 727-21, Clipper Hamburg, notes: C/n 19037, delivered to Pan Am on 22 June 1966. This airliner also flew under the titles Clipper Golden Rule, Clipper Belle of the Sky, Clipper Ponce de Leon, Clipper Hannover, Clipper Natchez, Clipper Berliner Luft and ClipperDusendroschke. Pan Am sold this Boeing 727-21 on 21 November 1975, to AVIANCA, registered HK-1804, who in turn leased it to SAM Colombia. It was last reported to have been withdrawn from use and placed in storage at Bogota, Colombia.

N329PA, Boeing 727-21, Clipper Lightfoot, notes: C/n 19038, delivered to Pan Am on 29 June 1966. This airliner also flew under the titles Clipper Dusseldorf, Clipper de Soto, Clipper Dawn, Clipper Frankfurt and Clipper Knorke. Pan Am sold this Boeing 727-21 on 14 January 1983, to ATASCO Leasing, Inc., who in turn leased it to Northeastern International. After being returned off lease, it was converted in January 1985, to Boeing 727-21F freighter specifications, and then leased the same month to Emory Worldwide, who was still flying this freighter in 1989.

N339PA, Boeing 727-21C, Clipper Stuttgart, notes: C/n 19134, delivered to Pan Am on 21 July 1966. This airliner also flew under the titles Clipper Talisman, Clipper Koln-Bonn, Clipper Golden Age, Clipper Dawn, Clipper Dusendroschke and Clipper Schrager Otto. Pan Am sold this Boeing 727-21C on 9 August 1982, to ATASCO Leasing, Inc., who in turn leased it to Fleming International. It was purchased outright by Fleming International in September 1983. Fleming International, which changed its name to CAM Air International in December 1983, eventually sold this aircraft in November 1985, to the Meridian Trust Company, who then leased it to Burlington Air Express the same month.

N340PA, Boeing 727-21C, Clipper Talisman, notes: C/n 19135, delivered to Pan Am on 2 September 1966. This airliner also flew under the titles Clipper Koln-Bonn, Clipper Golden Age, Clipper Berliner Luft and Clipper Dusendroschke. Pan Am sold this Boeing 727-21C on 10 May 1982, to ATASCO Leasing, Inc., who then leased it to Air Djibouti, registered J2-KAD. After a number of different operators, including Interstate Airlines, this airliner was purchased by the United Parcel Service on 1 May 1985, registered N934UP.

N341PA, Boeing 727-21C, Clipper Plymouth Rock, notes: C/n 19136, delivered to Pan Am on 27 September 1966. This airliner also flew under the titles Clipper Shooting Star, Clipper Flotte Motte and Clipper Schrager Otto. Pan Am sold this Boeing 727-21C on 2 October 1972, to Transbrasil, registered PT-TCA, who in turn sold it in December 1981, to International Air Leases, Inc. Over the ensuing years, this aircraft was operated by various firms, including Arrow Air and Evergreen International Airlines, until it was finally bought by Federal Express on 26 February 1987.

N342PA, Boeing 727-21C, Clipper Golden Age, notes: C/n 19137, delivered to Pan Am on 7 October 1966. This airliner also flew under the titles Clipper Koln-Bonn, Clipper Talisman and Clipper Berliner Bar. Pan Am sold this Boeing 727-21C on 2 October 1974, to Transbrasil, registered PT-TCB, who in turn sold it in December 1981, to International Air Leases, Inc. Over the ensuing years, this aircraft was operated by various firms, including Arrow Air and Evergreen International Airlines, until it was finally bought by Federal Express on 26 February 1987.

N355PA, Boeing 727-21, Clipper Andrew Jackson, notes: C/n 19257, delivered to Pan Am on 17 March 1967. This airliner also flew under the titles Clipper Numberg, Clipper de Soto, Clipper Dufte Biene, Clipper Bermuda and Clipper Archer. Pan Am sold this Being 727-21 on 5 December 1982, to ATASCO Leasing, Inc. After a few additional operators, it was converted to Boeing 727-21F freighter configuration and then sold in January 1985, to Emory Worldwide Airlines.

N356PA, Boeing 727-21, Clipper Belle of the Sky, notes: C/n 19258, delivered to Pan Am on 13 April 1967. This airliner also flew under the title Clipper Berliner Baer. It was sold to ATASCO Leasing, Inc. on 21 July 1983. After a few additional operators, it was converted to Boeing 727-21F freighter configuration and then sold in January 1985, to Emory Worldwide Airlines.

N357PA, Boeing 727-21, Clipper Betsy Ross, notes: C/n 19259, delivered to Pan Am on 10 May 1967. This airliner also flew under the titles Clipper Hannover, Clipper Ponce de Leon, Clipper Langer Lulatsch, Clipper Berolina and Clipper Yankee. Pan Am sold this 727-21 on 29 June 1983, to ATASCO Leasing, Inc. In December 1984, the airframe was converted to 727-21F freighter specifications. It was last reported in May 1989, to be under lease to Emory Worldwide Airlines.

N358PA, Boeing 727-21, Clipper David Crockett, notes: C/n 19260, delivered to Pan Am on 21 May 1967. This airliner also flew under the titles Clipper Berlin, Clipper Wuchtbrumme and Clipper Flotte Motte. Pan Am sold it on 15 September 1981, to International Executive Aircraft, registered N727SG. On 9 May 1984, it was purchased by Funair, and registered N727LA.

N359PA, Boeing 727-21, Clipper Unity, notes: C/n 19261, delivered to Pan Am on 17 June 1967. This airliner also flew under the titles Clipper Hamburg, Clipper Orpheus, Clipper Spreeathen and Clipper Sausewind. Pan Am sold the Boeing 727-21 on 14 August 1981, to International Executive Aircraft, registered N727DG. After a number of additional owners and operators, it was reported in 1991 to be under lease to Guess, Inc., registered N260GS

N360PA, Boeing 727-21, Clipper Golden Rule, notes: C/n 19262, delivered to Pan Am on 28 June 1967. This 727-21 also flew under the titles Clipper Berliner Baer and Clipper Berliner Weisse. Pan Am sold this airliner on 14 April 1981, to Inter-National Executive Aircraft, registered N199AM, who in turn sold it in May 1982 to Jetex International. After a number of subsequent operators, it was purchased in June 1992, by Skyways International, registered VR-BNA.

N361PA, Boeing 727-2D4, Clipper Berlin, notes: C/n 21849, originally ordered by Ozark Air Lines, registered N720ZK, this airliner was ultimately delivered to Pan Am on 23 October 1979. It also flew under the titles Clipper Rival and Clipper Shalom. Pan Am sold this airliner on 17 March 1987, to the CIS Corporation, who immediately leased it back to Pan Am. After being returned off lease to the CIS Corporation, it was sold to United States Leasing on 27 July 1993. On the same day, it was leased to Federal Express and later converted to Boeing 727-2D4F freighter specifications in January 1994.

N362PA, Boeing 727-2D4, Clipper Frankfurt, notes: C/n 21850, originally ordered by Ozark Air Lines, registered N721ZK, this airliner was ultimately delivered to Pan Am on 25 October 1979. It also flew under the title Clipper Wide Awake. Pan Am sold this Boeing 727-2D4 on 1 December 1987, to United States Airlease, who immediately leased it back to Pan Am. After being returned off lease to the United States Airlease, it was sold to United States Leasing on 27 July 1993. On the same day, it was leased to Federal Express and later converted to Boeing 727-2D4F freighter specifications in January 1994.

N363PA, Boeing 727-221, Clipper Racer, notes: C/n 22535, delivered to Pan Am on 22 April 1982. This airliner also flew under the title Clipper Wide Awake. This Boeing 727-221 was withdrawn from use and placed in storage in December 1991, and was ultimately sold on 25 January 1993, to Express One International.

N364PA, Boeing 727-221, Clipper Whistler, notes: C/n 22536, delivered to Pan Am on 29 December 1981. It was repossessed by the Greyhound Leasing and Financial Corporation on 28 May 1991, and then leased to Sterling Airways, registered OY-SCB, the following day. After being leased to the Airlines of the Americas and later to Ultrair, this airliner was last reported in 1993 to be under lease to Express One International.

N365PA, Boeing 727-221, Clipper Peerless, notes: C/n 22537, delivered to Pan Am on 29 December 1981. It was repossessed by the Greyhound Leasing and Financial Corporation on 28 May 1991, and then leased to Ultrair on 10 December 1992. This airliner was last reported in 1993 to be under lease to Express One International.

N366PA, Boeing 727-221, Clipper Expounder, notes: C/n 22538, delivered to Pan Am on 22 April 1982. This Boeing 727-221 was withdrawn from use in December 1991 and placed in storage, and was ultimately sold on 13 December 1992, to Express One International.

N367PA, Boeing 727-221, Clipper Matchless, notes: C/n 22538, delivered to Pan Am on 22 April 1982. This Boeing 727-221 was withdrawn from use in December 1991, and placed in storage. It was ultimately sold on 31 January 1993, to Express One International.

N368PA, Boeing 727-221, Clipper Goodwill, notes: C/n 22540, delivered to Pan Am on 26 May 1982. It was withdrawn from use and placed in storage in December 1991. Pan Am sold this Boeing 727-221 on 22 January 1993, to Jack Prewitt and Associates, who in turn leased it to Express One International. It was converted to Boeing 727-221F freighter specifications in August 1994.

N369PA, Boeing 727-221, Clipper Hotspur, notes: C/n 22541, delivered to Pan Am on 28 May 1982. This Boeing 727-221 was withdrawn from use in December 1991, and placed in storage. It sold on 18 February 1993, to Nomads, Inc., registered N727M.

N370PA, Boeing 727-221, Clipper Splendid, notes: C/n 22542, delivered to Pan Am on 26 May 1982. This Boeing 727-221 was withdrawn from use and placed in storage in December 1991, and was ultimately sold on 31 December 1992, to Express One International.

N371PA, Boeing 727-295, Clipper Friendship, notes: C/n 20248, originally delivered to Northeast Airlines on 10 October 1969, registered N1650. This airliner was taken over by Delta Air Lines on 1 August 1972, when Delta Air Lines bought Northeast Airlines. The airframe was returned to Citibank Industrial Credit on 11 October 1982, withdrawn from use and place in storage at Marana, Arizona. Pan Am bought this airliner on 11 November 1983, then later sold it to CIS Corporation on 17 March 1987, leasing it back the same day. Pan Am returned it off lease on 5 December 1991, after which it was again withdrawn from use and placed in storage. This Boeing 727-295 was last reported under the ownership of Global Aircraft Sales, and was leased for a short period of time in 1992 to Zuliana, registered YV-463C.

N372PA, Boeing 727-295, Clipper Onward, notes: C/n 20249, originally delivered to Northeast Airlines on 17 October 1969, registered N1651. This airliner was taken over by Delta Air Lines on 1 August 1972, when Delta Air Lines bought Northeast Airlines. The airframe was returned to Citibank Industrial Credit on 18 October 1982, withdrawn from use and place in storage at Marana, Arizona. Pan Am bought this airliner on 30 November 1983, then later sold it to CIS Corporation on 17 March 1987, leasing it back the same day. It was later sold to the Aeron Aviation Company in June 1989. This airliner also flew under the title Clipper Flying Fish. Pan Am returned it off lease on 5 December 1991, after which it was again withdrawn from use and placed in storage. It was last reported under the ownership of the First Security Back of Utah.

N373PA, Boeing 727-214, Clipper High Flyer, notes: C/n 20678, originally delivered to Pacific Southwest Airlines on 30 March 1973, registered N550PS. It was leased for a period of time in the early 1980s to Continental Air Lines, after which it was purchased by Pan Am on 1 November 1984. Pan Am sold this Being 727-214 in April 1985, to Howard P Batie, and immediately leased it back. Over the ensuing years, this airliner was own be several different leasing companies while still being flown by Pan Am. Finally, on 5 December 1991, Pan Am returned this aircraft, after which it was withdrawn from use and placed in storage at Miami, Florida. Subsequently, it was operated by Florida West Aircraft, Aerosur and was last reported in the fleet of Harco Air, registered 5N-PAX, in 1994.

N374PA, Boeing 727-214, Clipper Flying Arrow, notes: C/n 20679, originally delivered to Pacific Southwest Airlines on 11 May 1973, registered N551PS. It was sold to Pan Am on 27 December 1984, who in turn sold it to Travis Ecology, Inc., in May 1985, who then leased it back to Pan Am. Over the ensuing years, this airliner was owned by several leasing companies, while still being flown by Pam Am. Ultimately, Pan Am returned this Boeing 727-214 on 5 December 1991, after which it was withdrawn from use and placed in storage at Albuquerque, New Mexico. It was last reported to be in the fleet of Harco Air, registered 5N-PAL, in 1995.

N375PA, Boeing 727-214, Clipper Flying Cloud, notes: C/n 20875, originally delivered to Pacific Southwest Airlines on 15 March 1974, registered N554PS. It was sold to Pan Am in November 1984, sold to IAC Leasing Corporation one month later, and immediately leased back to Pan Am, who flew it until the airline went out of business. This airliner was then removed from service and placed in storage. It was then bought by Florida West Aircraft on 24 March 1994. It was last reported under the ownership of Jet Lease Finance on February 1995

N388PA, Boeing 727-121C, Clipper Ganges, notes: C/n 19818, delivered to Pan Am on 25 September 1967. Pan Am sold this airliner on 2 January 1968, to Air Vietnam, registered XV-NJB. In February 1976, it was seized by the Taiwan government and sold to Air China the following year. It was finally bought by the Taiwan Air Force in October 1982. The current status of this Boeing 727-121C is not certain.

N389PA, Boeing 727-121C, Clipper Golden Light, notes: C/n 19819, delivered to Pan Am on 16 January 1968, but was then sold to Air Vietnam on 23 January 1968. This Boeing 727-121C was blown up by a hijacker on 15 September 1975, while on approach to Phan Rang, Vietnam.

N604NA, Boeing 727-51, Clipper Troubadour, notes: C/n 19124, originally delivered to Northwest Orient Airlines on 16 December 1966, registered N478US. It was then purchased by National Airlines on 30 November 1979, registered N604NA. It then went to Pan Am with the purchased of National Airlines on 7 January 1980. Pan Am sold this airliner on 12 January 1982, to International Executive Aircraft. It was last reported to be in the fleet of Dallah Avco, registered HZ-DGI, in March 1987.

N4610, Boeing 727-35, Clipper Pathfinder, notes: C/n 18811, originally delivered to National Airlines on 23 October 1964, then to Pan Am 7 January 1980, when Pan Am purchased National Airlines. Pan Am sold this Boeing 727-35 to the Intercredit Corporation on 14 December 1984, who in turn sold it to the Boeing Company on 15 January 1985. It was the bought by the U.S. Air Force in October 1985, Serial Number 83-4610.

N4611, Boeing 727-35, Clipper Empress, notes: C/n 18812, originally delivered to National Airlines on 19 November 1964, then to Pan Am 7 January 1980, when Pan Am purchased National Airlines. Pan Am sold this Boeing 727-35 on 17 October 1984, to the Intercredit Corporation, who in turn sold it to American Trans Air, registered N290AT. It was then sold on 16 February 1990, to the Memphis Group, Inc., withdrawn from use and scrapped.

N4612, Boeing 727-35, Clipper Pacific Raider, notes: C/n 18813, originally delivered to National Airlines on 3 December 1964, then to Pan Am 7 January 1980, when Pan Am purchased National Airlines. Pan Am sold this Boeing 727-35 on 7 January 1983, to Air One, who in turn sold it on 29 June 1984, and leased it back. It was returned off lease on January 1985, and bought by the Boeing Company the same month. In October 1985, the airframe was bought by the U. S. Air Force, Serial Number 83-4612. It was withdrawn from use and placed in storage at Maxton, North Carolina.

N4613, Boeing 727-35, Clipper Prima Donna, notes: C/n 18814, originally delivered to National Airlines on 16 December 1964, then to Pan Am 7 January 1980, when Pan Am purchased National Airlines. Pan Am sold this Boeing 727-35 on 26 April 1984, to the Intercredit Corporation, who leased it on the same day to Flight International Airlines. It was sub-leased for six months in 1985, to Pride Air, and later in 1986, to AVIANCA. After a number of additional operators, it was last reported as being flown by Aero Continente.

N4614, Boeing 727-35, Clipper Reporter, notes: C/n 18815, originally delivered to National Airlines on 18 January 1965, then to Pan Am 7 January 1980, when Pan Am purchased National Airlines. Pan Am sold this Being 727-35 on 13 November 1984, to the Intercredit Corporation. Over the ensueing years this airliner was leased by a number of operators, including Flight International Airlines, Pride Air, Gulf Air and Independent Air. It was bought outright on 1 May 1988, by Bradley Air Services, registered C-GOFA. In March 1993, it was reported to be in storage at Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

N4615, Boeing 727-35, Clipper Ringleader, notes: C/n 18816, originally delivered to National Airlines on 10 February 1965, then to Pan Am 7 January 1980, when Pan Am purchased National Airlines. Pan Am leased this Boeing 727-35 on 10 February 1984, to Air One, Inc., who returned it off lease in November 1984. It was then sold outright on 28 December 1984, to the Intercredit Corporation, who then sold it on 15 January 1985 to the Boeing Company, who in turn sold it in October 1985, to the U. S. Air Force, Serial Number 83-4615.

N4616, Boeing 727-35, Clipper New Day-Amanecer, notes: C/n 18817, originally delivered to National Airlines on 26 February 1965, then to Pan Am 7 January 1980, when Pan Am purchased National Airlines. This airliner also flew under the title Clipper Young Mechanic. Pan Am sold this Boeing 727-35 in January 1983, to Air One, Inc, who in turn sold it on 29 June 1984, to the Aviation Sales Company. After being leased back to Air One, Inc., for a time in 1984, this airliner was ultimately sold in January 1985, to the Boeing Company, who sold it in October of the same year to the U.S. Air Force, Serial Number 83-4616.

N4617, Boeing 727-35, Clipper Young Brander, notes: C/n 18845, originally delivered to National Airlines on 3 September 1965, then to Pan Am 7 January 1980, when Pan Am purchased National Airlines. Pan Am sold this Boeing 727-35 on 24 February 1984, to ATASCO Leasing Inc., who in turn leased it to Northeastern International. On 6 December 1984, this airliner was bought by William J. Condren, who then sold it on 7 December 1984, to International Air Leases, who then leased it to Pride Air and later to AVIANCA. It was then sold outright to AVIANCA in November 1988. It was bought back by International Air Leases on 20 December 1990. After a period in storage, this Boeing 727-35 was leased by Faucett in April 1992. It was later withdrawn from use and again placed in storage.

N4618, Boeing 727-35, Clipper Wizard, notes: C/n 18846, originally delivered to National Airlines on 24 September 1965, then to Pan Am 7 January 1980, when Pan Am purchased National Airlines. Pan Am sold this Boeing 727-35 in September 1984, to the Intercredit Corporation, who sold it the same month to the Aircraft Sales Company. After a number of different operators, including Pride Air, Flight International Airlines, AVAINCA and International Pacific Traders, this airliner was last reported under lease to Aero Continente in 1994.

N4619, Boeing 727-35, Clipper Roman, notes: C/n 18847, originally delivered to National Airlines on 11 November 1965, then to Pan Am 7 January 1980, when Pan Am purchased National Airlines. Pan Am sold this Boeing 727-35 in May 1983, to Air One, Inc. It was then bought on 29 June 1984, by the Aircraft Sales Company, who in turn leased it back to Air One, Inc. On June 1985, the airframe was converted to Boeing 727-35F freighter specifications. In July 1985, this freighter was leased by the Flying Tiger Line, who later merged with Federal Express. Later on 17 September 1991, it was bought by American International Airways, registered N728CK

N4620, Boeing 727-35, Clipper Sportsman, notes: C/n 19165, originally delivered to National Airlines on 23 July 1966, then to Pan Am 7 January 1980, when Pan Am purchased National Airlines. Pan Am sold this Boeing 727-35 on 24 February 1984, to Gulf Air Transport, who in turn sold it on 24 September 1986, to AVENSA, registered YV-91C. After being lease in the early 1990s to TAESA, this airframe was bought in October 1994, by ACES Colombia, registered HK-3933X.

N4621, Boeing 727-35, Clipper Stowaway, notes: C/n 19166, originally delivered to National Airlines on 31 August 1966, then to Pan Am 7 January 1980, when Pan Am purchased National Airlines. Pan Am sold this Boeing 727-35 on 1 June 1984, to the Intercredit Corporation. After being converted to Boeing 727-35F freighter specifications this was operated by several different companies, including the Flying Tiger Line, Federal Express, Connie Kalitta Services and Amerijet International. It was last reported to be under lease to European Air Transport in 1992.

N4622, Boeing 727-35, Clipper Templar, notes: C/n 19167, originally delivered to National Airlines on 18 October 1966, then to Pan Am 7 January 1980, when Pan Am purchased National Airlines. Pan Am sold this Boeing 727-35 on 1 June 1984, to Intercredit Corporation. It was converted to Boeing 727-35F freighter specifications in November 1984. It was then operated by a number of different companies, including the Flying Tiger Line, Connie Kalitta Services and Federal Express. It was last reported to be under lease to European Air Transport in 1992.

N4730, Boeing 727-235, Clipper Fidelity, notes: C/n 19450, originally delivered to National Airlines on 13 December 1967 .It was leased for a few months in 1968 to Trans World Airlines, and was later taken over by Pan Am on 7 January 1980, when Pan Am bought National Airlines. It was withdrawn from use in December 1991, and ultimately broken up for spares.

N4731, Boeing 727-235, Clipper Alert, notes: C/n 19451, originally delivered to National Airlines on 19 December 1967. It was taken over by Pan Am on 7 January 1980, when Pan Am bought National Airlines. This Boeing 727-235 was withdrawn from use in December 1991, and was ultimately scrapped.

N4732, Boeing 727-235, Clipper Challenger, notes: C/n 19452, originally delivered to National Airlines on 26 December 1967, who later leased it for a few months in 1968 to Trans World Airlines. It was taken over by Pan Am on 7 January 1980, when Pan Am bought National Airlines. This Boeing 727-235 was withdrawn from use in December 1991, and placed in storage. After being purchased by the General Electric Capital Corporation in September 1992, this airliner was leased by Delta Air Lines. It was again withdrawn from use in August 1994, and subsequently broken up for spares.

N4733, Boeing 727-235, Clipper Charger, notes: C/n 19453, originally delivered to National Airlines on 19 January 1968. It was taken over by Pan Am on 7 January 1980, when Pan Am bought National Airlines. This Boeing 727-235 was withdrawn from use in December 1991, and was ultimately scrapped.

N4734, Boeing 727-235, Clipper Charmer, notes: C/n 19454, originally delivered to National Airlines on 23 January 1968. It was taken over by Pan Am on 7 January 1980, when Pan Am bought National Airlines. This Boeing 727-235 was withdrawn from use in December 1991, and was ultimately scrapped.

N4735, Boeing 727-235, Clipper Daring, notes: C/n 19455, originally delivered to National Airlines on 25 January 1968. It was taken over by Pan Am on 7 January 1980, when Pan Am bought National Airlines. Pan Am sold this Being 727-235 on 30 June 1986, to the Polaris Aircraft Leasing Corporation, and leased it back the same day. Pan Am returned it off lease in August 1991, who in turn leased it to Delta Air Lines. It was again returned off lease in August 1993, and was last reported in the fleet of American International Airways.

N4736, Boeing 727-235, Clipper Dashaway, notes: C/n 19456, originally delivered to National Airlines on 30 January 1968. It was taken over by Pan Am on 7 January 1980, when Pan Am bought National Airlines. It was later sold on 31 August 1991, to Delta Air Lines. Ultimately, it was withdrawn from use in August 1994, and scrapped at Amarillo, Texas.

N4737, Boeing 727-235, Clipper Defiance, notes: C/n 19457, originally delivered to National Airlines on 31 January 1968. It was taken over by Pan Am on 7 January 1980, when Pan Am bought National Airlines. This Boeing 727-235 crashed on 9 July 1982, shortly after takeoff from New Orleans, Louisiana.

N4738, Boeing 727-235, Clipper Electric, notes: C/n 19458, originally delivered to National Airlines on 16 February 1968. It was taken over by Pan Am on 7 January 1980, when Pan Am bought National Airlines. Pan Am sold this Boeing 727-235 on 31 August 1991, to Delta Air Lines, who later sold it in May 1993, to the General Electric Capital Corporation. It was later withdrawn from use and scrapped.

N4739, Boeing 727-235, Clipper Electric Spark, notes: C/n 19459, originally delivered to National Airlines on 23 February 1968. It was taken over by Pan Am on 7 January 1980, when Pan Am bought National Airlines. Pan am sold this airliner on 30 June 1986, and leased it back the same day. It was returned off lease on 5 December 1991, withdrawn from use and ultimately scrapped.

N4740, Boeing 727-235, Clipper Endeavor, notes: C/n 19460, originally delivered to National Airlines on 27 February 1968. It was taken over by Pan Am on 7 January 1980, when Pan Am bought National Airlines. This Boeing 727-235 was withdrawn from use in December 1991, and placed in storage at Miami, Florida. It was then owned by various leasing companies, and was last reported under lease to Azerbaijan Airlines, registered 4K-AZI.

N4741, Boeing 727-235, Clipper Defender, notes: C/n 19461, originally delivered to National Airlines on 6 March 1968. It was taken over by Pan Am on 7 January 1980, when Pan Am bought National Airlines.

N4742, Boeing 727-235, Clipper Friendship Force, notes: C/n 19462, originally delivered to National Airlines on 12 March 1968. It was taken over by Pan Am on 7 January 1980, when Pan Am bought National Airlines.

N4743, Boeing 727-235, Clipper Good Hope, notes: C/n 19463, originally delivered to National Airlines on 29 March 1968. It was taken over by Pan Am on 7 January 1980, when Pan Am bought National Airlines.

N4745, Boeing 727-235, Clipper Invincible, notes: C/n 19465, originally delivered to National Airlines on 3 April 1968. It was taken over by Pan Am on 7 January 1980, when Pan Am bought National Airlines. This Boeing 727-235 was withdrawn from use in December 1991, and placed in storage at Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. It was later purchased on 18 September 1992, by the General Electric Capital Corporation, and ultimately scrapped.

N4746, Boeing 727-235, Clipper Intrepid, notes: C/n 19466, originally delivered to National Airlines on 18 April 1968. It was taken over by Pan Am on 7 January 1980, when Pan Am bought National Airlines.

N4747, Boeing 727-235, Clipper Lookout, notes: C/n 19467, originally delivered to National Airlines on 26 April 1968. It was taken over by Pan Am on 7 January 1980, when Pan Am bought National Airlines.

N4748, Boeing 727-235, Clipper Progressive, notes: C/n 19468, originally delivered to National Airlines on 30 April 1968. It was taken over by Pan Am on 7 January 1980, when Pan Am bought National Airlines.

N4749, Boeing 727-235, Clipper Quick Step, notes: C/n 19469, originally delivered to National Airlines on 26 April 1968. It was taken over by Pan Am on 7 January 1980, when Pan Am bought National Airlines. This Boeing 727-235 was then sold on 17 March 1987, to the CIS Corporation, and leased back by Pan Am on the same day. Pan Am returned it off lease on 5 December 1991, now to the Aeron Aviation Corporation. It was then leased for a few months in 1992 to Braniff International Airlines. This airliner was last reported to be in storage at Tucson, Arizona.

N4750, Boeing 727-235, Clipper Rapid, notes: C/n 19470, originally delivered to National Airlines on 3 May 1968. It was taken over by Pan Am on 7 January 1980, when Pan Am bought National Airlines.

N4751, Boeing 727-235, Clipper Competitor, notes: C/n 19471, originally delivered to National Airlines on 18 June 1968. It was taken over by Pan Am on 7 January 1980, when Pan Am bought National Airlines, who then sold it on 30 June 1986, to the Polaris Aircraft Leasing Company, only to lease it back the same day. This airliner was returned off lease on 5 December 1991, after which the airframe was placed in storage. It was ultimately scrapped for spares.

N4752, Boeing 727-235, Clipper Suprise, notes: C/n 19472, originally delivered to National Airlines on 20 June 1968. It was taken over by Pan Am on 7 January 1980, when Pan Am bought National Airlines.

N4753, Boeing 727-235, Clipper Undaunted, notes: C/n 19473, originally delivered to National Airlines on 23 July 1968. It was taken over by Pan Am on 7 January 1980, when Pan Am bought National Airlines.

N4754, Boeing 727-235, Clipper Resolute, notes: C/n 19474, originally delivered to National Airlines on 25 July 1968. It was taken over by Pan Am on 7 January 1980, when Pan Am bought National Airlines.

N3605, Boeing 727-151, Clipper Viking, notes: C/n 18942, originally delivered to Northwest Orient Airlines on 9 November 1965, registered N472US. It was later purchased by National Airlines on 7 October 1979, registered N3605, and was taken over by Pan Am after the buyout of National Airlines on 7 January 1980. Pan Am sold this airliner in December 1984, to the Intercredit Corporation, who in turn sold it in December 1985, to American Trans Air, registered N289AT. On 26 May 1993, it was sold to the Polaris Aircraft Leasing Corporation. After a number of additional owners, this Boeing 727-51 was last reported to be under lease to Aero Continente,, registered OB-1588, in 1994.

N3606, Boeing 727-151, Clipper Wild Hunter, notes: C/n 18943, originally delivered to Northwest Orient Airlines on 2 December 1965, registered N473US. It was later purchased by National Airlines on 31 August 1979, registered N3606, and was taken over by Pan Am after the buyout of National Airlines on 7 January 1980. Pan Am sold this airliner on 20 September 1984, to the Intercredit Corporation, who in turn sold it in November 1984 to American Trans Air, registered 288AT. On 1 March 1993, it was sold to the Polaris Aircraft Leasing Corporation. After a number of additional owners, this Boeing 727-51 was last reported to be under lease to Aero Continente,, registered OB-1601, in 1994.

N5607, Boeing 727-51, Clipper Wild Ranger, notes: C/n 18804, originally delivered to Northwest Orient Airlines on 23 July 1965, registered N468US. It was later purchased by National Airlines on 15 June 1978, registered N3606, and was taken over by Pan Am after the buyout of National Airlines on 7 January 1980. Pan Am sold this Boeing 727-51 on 20 February 1985, to the Intercredit Corporation. Over the ensuing years, this airliner was flown by several different operators, including Flight International Airlines and Aviateca. It was converted to Boeing 727-51F freighter specifications in October 1985. It was last reported in the fleet of Amerijet International in 1994.

N5608, Boeing 727-51, Clipper Yankee Ranger, notes: C/n 18805, originally delivered to Northwest Orient Airlines on 23 July 1965, registered N469US. It was later purchased by National Airlines on 20 June 1978, registered N3606, and was taken over by Pan Am after the buyout of National Airlines on 7 January 1980. Pan Am sold this Boeing 727-51 on 20 February 1985, to the Intercredit Corporation. Until this airliner was ultimately scrapped in 1994, it flew for several diverse operators, including American Trans Air, Flight International Airlines, Air Malta, Tur Avrupa, British Airways and Paramount Airways.

N5609, Boeing 727-51, Clipper Norseman, notes: C/n 18806, originally delivered to Northwest Orient Airlines on 23 July 1965, registered N470US. It was later purchased by National Airlines on 22 June 1978, registered N3606, and was taken over by Pan Am after the buyout of National Airlines on 7 January 1980. Pan Am sold this Boeing 727-51 on 20 February 1985, to the Intercredit Corporation. Until this airliner was ultimately scrapped in 1991, it flew for several diverse operators, including Pacific Interstate Airlines, Royal West Airlines, Carnival Airlines, Aerostar Airlines and Bahamas Express.


 

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