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N177RA

DHC-7-102 (EO-5C)


Operational

Aircraft Status

C-GFOD ■ N177RA

Registration History



Aircraft History Chronology

Reg'n

 

C-GFOD

N177RA

N177RA

N177RA

N177RA

N177RA

N177RA

Operator/[Owner]

 

de Havilland Canada Limited, Downsview ON

Ransome Airlines, North Philadelphia, PA "Flagship Albany"

Pan Am Express, North Philadelphia, PA

Trans World Express, Trevose, PA

Withdrawn from use & parked at North Philadelphia, PA Dec-1994; noted there 05-Mar-1995

AGES Group, Boca Raton, FL [Wilmington Trust NA]

U.S. Army [California Microwave, Belcamp, MD]

United States Army [United States Government, For Belvoir, VA]

 

Activity

 

Rolled Out

Delivered

New Name

New Name

 

Sold

Sold

Registered

 

Date

 

10-Jun-1982

22-Jul-1982

09-Mar-1987

04-Dec-1991

 

10-Oct-1995

20-Dec-1996

30-Sep-1999

 

Additional Historical Information

Conversion of civilian DHC-7-102 to military RC-7 configuration for the Airborne Reconnaissance Low project.

Initially converted to RC-7B (EO-5B) as ARL-M (Airborne Reconnaissance Low - Multifunction) aircraft #8. Subsequently upgraded to EO-5C configuration.

Callsign: Guapo XX

Operating Region: South America

 
 Andy Cardadeiro Photo © New York-JFK Jun-1983  from the Michael J. Ody Collection

Andy Cardadeiro Photo © New York-JFK Jun-1983 from the Michael J. Ody Collection


 MLB Photography Photo © Boston, MA 03-Oct-1989  from the Michael J. Ody Collection

MLB Photography Photo © Boston, MA 03-Oct-1989 from the Michael J. Ody Collection


 Frank Bailey Photo © Goose Bay, NL 18-Apr-2009

Frank Bailey Photo © Goose Bay, NL 18-Apr-2009