MvN's Boeing 757 Website


Line number0113
Type232 F
EnginesPratt & Whitney PW2037
Mode SADDA92
23/09/1986N622DLroll out.
12/11/1986N622DLfirst flight.
03/12/1986N622DLdel Delta Air Lines; '622'.
18/12/1986N622DLbt Trust Company Bank; opb Delta Air Lines on lease.
21/01/1987N622DLrgd to Wilmington Trust Company.
20/02/1996N622DLAircraft was departing the ramp at Fairbanks in a right turn to begin the taxi for take-off. United Boeing 757, N524UA, was parked at an adjoining gate pending an imminent departure. As the Delta 757 came closer to the parked United 757, ground marshals for the Delta airplane believed that the left wing of the Delta airplane was likely to strike the left wing of the United 757. The marshals gave the emergengy 'STOP' signal but the Delta airplane continued moving and struck the wing of the United aircraft. The Delta airplane kept moving and continued towards the active runway, The Delta crew was advised via radio to return to the ramp area, where they were advised of the collision.
17/06/2000N622DLat Covington/Cincinnati in 2000 Delta Air Lines c/s with "Delta" titles.
07/11/2008N622DLat Atlanta in 2007 Delta Air Lines c/s with "Delta" titles (repainted after 03/08/2008).
13/07/2009N622DLat Atlanta; being prepared for storage.
17/07/2009N622DLferried Atlanta-Marana as DAL9900; for storage.
14/10/2009N622DLat Marana; stored.
02/04/2010N622DLferried Marana-San Antonio as DAL9997; for heavy maintenance and return to service.
03/07/2010N622DLat Atlanta; in service.
04/01/2011N622DLret to lessor.
04/02/2011N622DLbt Federal Express Corporation.
04/02/2011N992FDregistration reserved by Federal Express Corporation.
18/03/2011N992FDFederal Express Corporation; re-rgd.
00/10/2011N992FDconversion to freighter completed at Mobile.
00/11/2011N992FDferried Mobile-Memphis as FDX____; named "Andi-Gayle"; '992'.
16/0/2020N992FDat Washington/IAD; named "Gemma".
29/07/2023N992FDlast service: Indianapolis/IND-Salt Lake City/SLC as FDX3777.
01/08/2023N992FDferried Salt Lake City/SLC-Victorville/VCV as FDX9030; for storage and possible part out.
Marcel van Noordenne

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