Construction Number 097

Page updated: 07.30.2017


Manufactured: 1962
First Flight: 12.12.1962
Delivered: 12.20.1962
Factory Reg: N797G

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N5152

Columbia Broadcasting System Incorporated (12.20.1962 to 00.00.0000)

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N671NC

International Controls Corporation (12.00.1968 to 00.00.0000)
This aircraft mentioned numerous times in this book and blog.

The Flying Carpetbagger


00.00.1969 (EGLL) courtesy of http://www.na3t.org
Notes:  R.I.P.   A.L. “Ike” Eisenhauer.

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N49DE

American Brake Shoe Company (00.00.1970 to 00.00.0000)
Lake Aircraft Company Incorporated (07.28.1971 to 00.00.0000)


01.07.1976 (KMIA) courtesy of Nobuo Oyama (Airliners.net)
Markings: American flag on tail

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YV-85CP

Lagoven S.A. (03.00.1982 to 09.15.1999)


00.00.1992 courtesy of Ivan Betancourt
Notes: Enroute Mena Arkansas - Maiqueta Venezuela

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00.00.1992 courtesy of Ivan Betancourt
Notes: At Priester Aviation prepping fuselage for cargo door installation

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00.00.0000 (?) unattributed

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00.00.0000 (?) courtesy of Ivan Betancourt

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00.00.0000 (?) courtesy of Ivan Betancourt

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N184PA

Phoenix Air Group (09.15.1999 to 04.21.2009)

Became the first TV Marti aircraft. In August 2006, Fidel Castro ceded power of Cuba over to his brother Raul. While waiting for the full time Marti aircraft to become available N184PA was fitted with a small transmitter and antennas. It was flown on this mission for three weeks until CN. 093 and CN. 023 arrived.


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10.00.1999 (KVPC) courtesy of David Winyard

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10.09.2003 (KMIA) courtesy of Phil Jones

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11.28.2003 (KMIA) courtesy of Mark Abbott
Markings: ESPA number below side window

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06.17.2006 (KVPC) courtesy of James Mellon
Markings: ESPA number below side window

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08.15.2006 (KNQX) courtesy of Gary Chambers (Airliners.net)

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08.00.2006 (KNQX) G-159 H.R.M.

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08.00.2006 (KNQX) G-159 H.R.M.
Notes: antenna used for broadcasting TV U.H.F. channel 20

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08.00.2006 (KNQX) G-159 H.R.M.
Notes: Laptop used for displaying flight profiles

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More images of N184PA as the TV Marti aircraft
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09.23.2007 (KVPC) courtesy of g4sp
Notes: withdrawn because of corrosion

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05.02.2009 (KVPC) unattributed
Notes: slowly being dismantled for scrapping

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04.23.2010 (KVPC) courtesy of David Fogwill

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10.06.2011(KVPC) G-159 H.R.M.
Notes: remains after broken up

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02.08.2012 (Off airport) Cockpit Section
Markings: ESPA number

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STATUS

Broken Up

Cockpit and vertical stab remain

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