20 June 2014

Aloha Air Cargo's N841AL To Leave The Fleet

With the addition of its first of two 737-330SFs' to Aloha Air Cargo's fleet, N841AL (c/n 23123, l/n 1042) has been withdrawn from use after 8 years of flying in the Hawaiian skies.

This 737-2X6C was delivered new to MarkAir in August, 1984 as N672MA. It then went to code-share turned competitor, Alaska Airlines in April 1994 as N746AS. Flying with Alaska Airlines for 14 years, it was sold to BCI Leasing in January, 2007. In May of the same year, it was leased to Aloha Airlines, and had its registration changed to N841AL a few months later (below). After the shut down of Aloha Airlines in March 2008, it was one of the few combis' to remain in Hawai‘i to fly with Aloha Air Cargo (bottom).

2 comments:

Dane Anders said...

I didn't know Aloha Air Cargo had two 733s... whats the other reg. besides N301KH is it N361NC?

Blue Wave 707 said...

The other 737-300F is N302KH, which is undergoing freighter conversion in South Florida.