- Code Number:
Trans World Airlines TWA, Lockheed Constellation, N90831, milestone of flight
- CN: 1970
Engines: 4x R-3550
This aircraft was transferred from the United States Air Force to TWA in October 1948. TWA sold it to the Hacienda Hotel in April 1961. Hacienda Hotel operated it as the "Desert Queen" and leased it to World Wide Airlines, Consolidated Airlines, and Standard Airways, before selling it to Trans World Insurance Brokers in December 1964. McCulloch Properties acquired it in December 1965 and used it to ferry potential home buyers to Lake Havasu City. After passing through the hands of a couple of holding companies in 1970, it was sold to the Pima County Air Museum in 1971.
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- Wernher Krutein