Remarks: The 737 and the MD90s in the background are both now history for Saudi Arabian Airlines. Note the nozzles under the engines to blow away debris from engine intake when operated from semi-prepared runway. This was the part of what was known as the "gravel-kit" but the nose wheel trap had been removed for this aircraft.
Remarks: Delivered to KLM on 30 June 1999. Flew in the summer of 2000 with the 'European Soccer Championship' livery. In the new KLM color scheme since January 2004. Flew in 2005 in the 'Flying Blue Frequent Flyer programme' livery(August-December 2005). Modified with winglets in January 2008.
Remarks: Delivered to Varig on 10 November 1980 as PP-VMW. Was later leased by PLUNA (July 1994-December 1997). Flew for Northwest Airlines as N237NW (December 1997-January 2007) Was also stored during this period at Marana, Arizona (October 2004-December 2004) and returned to service in February 2005. Flew the ever last scheduled DC-10 flight for Northwest on 7 January 2007 and the last Military charter on 29 January 2007 (NKT-MSP). Stored at Marana, Arizona (February 2007-October 2007). Flew with World Airways as N138WA (February 2008-July 2010). Stored at Marana, Arizona since July 2010.