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Hi all good everyone,
I saw a check on the internet for Google information about it. North American Airlines has one fleet that participates in an old McDonnell Douglas MD-83 registration is N183NA for a true story and I know the old picture is a little bit blurry is okay?
Credit Photo from Sherri Lynn.
Taken Date: May 29, 1994.
Airport: Miami International Airport (KMIA/MIA).
N183NA McDonnell Douglas MD-83 North American Airlines MIA… | Flickr
Why, I want to, old livery North American Airlines (N183NA) MD-83 with only one fleet and for your vote request will be able in the game on IF in the future. Have fun!
It uses the internet for google information.
North American Airlines MD-83 1992-1998
Engines: 2x PW
N3010G. ILFC December 1991 - March 1992.
N183NA. North American Airlines March 1992 - September 1998.
I-SMEC. Meridiana named: Porto Cesaro. September 1998 - February 2010.
I-SMEC. Meridiana Fly named: Porto Cesaro. February 2010 - December 2, 2011.
N498TR. Triton Aviation Finance. 2012.
YR-HBD. Medallion Air. February 2012 - June 2013.
YR-HBD. Tend Air. June 2013 - June 2014.
YR-HBD. Bluebird Airways. June 2014 - October 2014.
YR-HBD. Tend Air. October 2014 - October 2015.
UR-COC. Bravo Airways. October 2015.
UR-COC. Kam Air. October 2015 - March 2016.
UR-COC. Bravo Airways. March 2016 - October 13, 2019. Ret. leased from Air Fleet Management wfu and std at KBP 13 Oct 2019.
Thank you, AJ Johnson. Happy Flying!