Tag Archives: L-1011

EuroAtlantic adds larger titles to L-1011 CS-TEB

EuroAtlantic Airways (Lisbon) has upgraded the livery on its Lockheed L-1011-385-3 TriStar 500 CS-TEB (msn 1240) to the 2005 colors which features larger titles.

Copyright Photo: Pedro Baptista.  CS-TEB is pictured at the LIS base in the new look.

Copyright Photo: João Luis Pessoa. CS-TEB is pictured at the LIS base in the new look.

ANA to introduce 1969 Boeing 767-300 retrojet

Copyright Photo: Christian Volpati.  Please click on photo for full view, information and other photos.

Copyright Photo: Christian Volpati. Please click on photo for full view, information and other photos.

ANA (All Nippon Airways) (Tokyo-Haneda) will soon be unveiling a 1969 retrojet on a Boeing 767-300. It will enter service on December 1, 2009, initially on the Tkoyo (Haneda)-Miyazaki and Tokyo (Haneda)-Kagoshima routes. ANA plans to retain this retrojet livery for four years. This “Mohican Blue” color scheme was introduced in 1969 with the first Boeing 737-200. The current two-tone blue color scheme was introduced in 1983 and is called “Triton Blue”.

In Japanese:
http://www.ana.co.jp/dom/promotion/mohican-jet/index.html

L-1011 N700TS to be preserved at Kansas City

 

Today N700TS is painted like this. It is likely to be repainted into TWA's colors.  Copyright Photo: Harry Nash via Jon Proctor.

Today N700TS is painted like this. It is likely to be repainted into TWA's colors. Copyright Photo: Harry Nash via Jon Proctor.

Airline History Museum (Kansas City-Wheeler Downtown Airport) will take delivery of ex-TWA Lockheed L-1011-385-1 TriStar N700TS (msn 193B-1066, ex TWA N31019) next Sunday (April 26) according to the Kansas City Star. Paul Pristo of Arizona is donating the jetliner to the museum. It will be converted to a 300-seat auditorium for school groups. The type has never landed at the downtown airport. TWA moved from the Downtown Airport (MKC) to Kansas City International Airport (MCI) in 1972 when the L-1011 was being introduced. The L-1011 is due to arrive at MKC at 1400 (2 p.m.) local time on April 26. It will be open for free tours on the same day.