Delta Air Lines Boeing 727-200 N8892Z

Boeing 727-200 Delta Air Lines

 

Registration: N8892Z

Type: 727-225

Engines: 3 × PW JT8D-9A

Serial Number: 21861

First flight: Nov 21, 1979

 

Delta Air Lines, Inc., typically referred to as Delta, is one of the major airlines of the United States and a legacy carrier. It is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. In 1981, Delta's 727-200 "stretched model" fleet numbered up to 129—the largest fleet in the world of this type of aircraft. Delta's 727s carried an average of 65,000 passengers and 600 tons of cargo, while flying 426,000 miles each day. In a year's time a typical Delta 727 logged 1,420,000 miles. Delta was the last major U.S. carrier to fly the Boeing 727.

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