|26NOV58||Ordered by Northwest|
|15DEC59||Delivered to Northwest as N129US|
|28MAR61||Entered LEAP as LEAP #113 NWA-7|
|20JAN70||Sold to International Skyways Inc|
|04OCT71||Sold to Pignatari SA|
|29OCT71||Delivered to Pignatari SA, Rio de Janeiro as PT-DZK|
|75||Sold to Omni Aircraft Sales Inc as N8LG|
|DEC76||Sold to Wayne J. Hilmer|
|JAN77||Leased to Cathedral of Tomorrow Inc|
|JUN77||Visited Australia on an evangelical mission|
|05MAY78||Seen at Miami, Florida with COTE Inc|
|02SEP81||Seen at Fort Lauderdale, Florida with titles "The Rex Humbard Foundation" and registered to National Leasing Corporation, Pittsburgh|
|MAY85||Registered to JBQ Aviation Corp, Miami, Florida. Operated by TPI International Airways|
|18JUL85||Re-registered N360Q as L-188CF|
|06JUN89||Seen at Manchester, UK operating for Air Bridge Carriers. Named "Phyllis B"|
|AUG89||Registered to TPI International Airways Inc, Miami, Florida|
|12NOV89||Seen at Stansted, UK with Air Bridge Carriers and new registration N360WS|
|04AUG90||Arrived Ostend on lease to World Airline Gambia|
|17JAN91||Departed Ostend for Brunswick, Georgia via Keflavik|
|APR92||Registered to JBQ Aviation Corporation, Miami, Florida|
|11MAY92||Damaged at Opa Locka when Convair 580 N73107 collided with N360WS|
|30MAY92||Seen at Opa Locka with Air Bridge titles|
|13OCT92||Seen at Opa Locka with Air Bridge titles|
|28DEC92||Seen at Opa Locka with ex Air Bridge colour scheme and marked as N360Q|
|16AUG93||Arrived Edinburgh from Opa Locka|
|30SEP93||Seen at Helsinki with Channel Express titles|
|02DEC93||Seen at Helsinki with Air Atlantique titles|
|06SEP94||Ferried Reykjavik to East Midlands Airport and entered service with Hunting Cargo operating for DHL|
|29MAR96||Seen at Opa Locka all white with Charrak Air titles|
|22APR96||Arrived Cairns, Australia on delivery to Charrak Air. Routing Roswell, San Diego, Maui and Majuro|
|23APR96||Entered service with Charrak from Cairns to Honiara and return with tuna for Japanese market|
|JAN97||Was to become VH-CHM but not taken up|
|16JAN97||Departed Cairns on return to Roswell as N360Q|
|09FEB97||Arrived Bournemouth, UK on delivery to Channel Express|
|01AUG97||Rolled out at Coventry in full Channel Express colours|
|25JUL98||Ferried from Birmingham to Bournemouth and stored|
|10MAR99||Ferried from Bangor to Shannon on lease to Channel Express. Now owned by Renown Aviation.|
|23DEC99||Returned to Renown Aviation after lease. (Ref: AL407)|
|29DEC99||Departed Shannon with salvaged parts from N285F. (Ref: AL407)|
|03||Used in the John Travolta movie "Basic". See photo|
|23JAN03||Exported to Canada for Air Spray.|
|03APR03||Photographed at Jacksonville, still wearing the markings from the movie "Basic".|
|18SEP03||Registered C-GYVI to Air Spray (1967) Ltd., Red Deer, Alberta. The aircraft is marketed by Air Spray as a "Long Liner", a name derived from its ability to drop a long line of retardant.|
|OCT03||Ferried from Jacksonville to Air Spray's base at Red Deer.|
|21AUG04||Noted at Red Deer undergoing conversion to a tanker.|
|28DEC04||Report that the aircraft is presently with Aero Union at Chico, California for tank installation. Aircraft is expected to be completed in March 2005 and enter service as Tanker 83.|
|27SEP07||Noted at Red Deer withdrawn from use. (AL 492/55)|
Added an image of N360Q in Charrak markings thanks to Ken Watson.
Refreshed page layout with no change to data.
Added an image of the aircraft in storage. Thanks to Peter Gates.
Added a report that the aircraft is WFU.
Added an update on Tanker Number 83 thanks to a source at Air Spray.
Added an image of the aircraft undergoing tanker conversion at Red Deer thanks to Ralph Pettersen.
Added details of the delivery flight from Jacksonville to Red Deer thanks to Sean Keating.
Added an image of the aircraft as it appeared in the John Travolta movie "Basic" thanks to Pete Clukey.
Added Canadian registration.
Added sale to Air Spray of Canada.
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