This is a collection of postcards with L-1011īs from various airlines.
Air India (Caribjet)
L-1011-500, V2-LEJ (serial no 1246) wetleased to Air India.
L-1011-1, EI-TBG (serial no 1030).
This aircraft has now been broken up for spares.
British Caledonian L-1011-1, G-BBAI (serial no 1102).
British Airways L-1011-200, G-BHBL (serial no 1193).
This aircraft was converted to 200F (Freighter) by Marshall Aerospace
in Cambridge, England in 1994 and is now flying cargo for International
Airways as N104CK.
Delta Airlines L-1011-500, N754DL (serial no 1181).
This aircraft was originally delivered to Pan Am (N504PA).
Delta Airlines L-1011-500, N761 DA (serial no 1208.
This aircraft was also originally delivered to Pan Am (N513PA).
Delta Airlines L-1011.
Air Portugal L-1011-500, CS-TEG "Eca de Queroz" (serial no 1248).
This aircraft went on to fly as V2-LEK for Caribjet painted in Air India colours. It was
then stored for some time and will now become SE-DVI and fly for Novair.
Saudi Arabian Airlines
Saudi Arabian Airlines L-1011-200, HZ-AHL (serial no 1170).
Air Lanka L-1011-500.
Royal Airlines L-1011-100, C-FTNK (serial no 1069) landing at St Martin.
Aeru Peru L-1011-1, OB1455 (serial no 1002 ?) in Miami, Florida in
Royal Jordanian Airlines
Royal Jordanian Airlines L-1011-500, JY-AGE (serial no 1238).
Royal Jordanian Airlines L-1011-500, JY-AGB (serial no 1219) in old
Royal Air Force
Royal Air Force L-1011-500 Tanker, ZD 952 (serial no 1168).
Before joining RAF, this Tristar flew for British Airways as G-BFCE.
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