N962NZ (c/n 25362, l/n 2164), a 737-484F, is making its delivery flight to Toll Airwork, is stopping through JRF from DHN (via ONT). It will continue onto PPG tomorrow.
25362 was originally delivered to Olympic Airways [OA/OAL] (Greece) in October 1991 as SX-BKD "Amphipoli". In December 2003, Olympic Airways re-branded as Olympic Airlines, after it emerged from bankruptcy. SX-BXD was transferred, and painted into a special livery for the 2004 Olympic Games that the city of Athens hosted. In 2006, it was painted into Olympic's "Euro-White" livery. SX-BXD was withdrawn from service in September 2009, and sold to AerSale as N362AS. After being in storage for a couple of years, 25362 was leased to Med-View Airlines [VL/MEV] (Nigeria) in August 2012 as 5N-BPA, and returned to AerSale in June 2015. After its return to AerSale, it was ferried to DHN for freighter conversion, and sale to Toll Airwork.