VH-INW. Douglas DC-6. c/n 43058-86.


 

Delivered new to National Airlines Inc - October 15, 1947

Entered onto the U. S. Aircraft Register as N90894

Sold to Australian National Airways Pty Ltd - September 1, 1953

Entered onto the Australian Aircraft Register as VH-INW - September 18, 1953

Registered to Australian National Airways Pty Ltd

Departed Miami on delivery flight to Australia - December 5, 1953

Arrived Melbourne (Essendon) Airport at conclusion of delivery flight - December 9, 1953

Aircraft was named 'Kurana' (friend)

Operated first revenue service - December 18, 1953

Transferred to Ansett-ANA following Ansett's purchase of A.N.A. - October 21, 1957

Sold to Transit Equipment Co. New York - March 30, 1960

Cancelled from the Australian Aircraft Register - March 30, 1960

Entered onto the U. S. Aircraft Register as N90894 - ?

Sold to Lineas Aereas de Nicaragua SA (LANICA) - January 26, 1962

Entered onto the Nicaraguan Aircraft Register as AN-AMI - ?

Aircraft was named 'Odeca'

Withdrawn from use and stored at Miami - 1968

Converted to Douglas DC-6A configuration - October 1969

Sold to Hemisphere Aircraft Leasing - May 31, 1971

Entered onto the U. S. Aircraft Register as N90894 - ?

Leased to LANICA - 1971 to June 1972

Entered onto the Nicaraguan Aircraft register as AN-AMI - ?

Leased to Aerolineas El Salvador - March 21, 1973

Entered onto the El Salvador Aircraft Register as YS-03C - ?

Aircraft was named 'Ehecati'

Returned to Hemisphere Aircraft Leasing at end of lease - November 2, 1975

Withdrawn from service during 1976 and scrapped at Miami - July 12, 1977

 


 

VH-INW. Australian National Airways - in the full livery at Melbourne Airport, date unknown.

VH-INW. Australian National Airways - in the full livery at Brisbane Airport, date unknown.

VH-INW. Australian National Airways - in the full livery at Brisbane Airport, date unknown.
VH-INW. Australian National Airways - in the full livery at Melbourne Airport, date unknown.
AN-AMI. Lanica Airlines - in the full livery at Managua Airport, date unknown.
AN-AMI. Lanica Airlines - in the full livery at Miami Airport, May 1967.
YS-03C. AESA - in the full livery at Miami Airport, January 1974.