Officially named Time Air Sweden, it was the first swedish company to
operate L-1011. They began operations with Boeing 737´s and DC-8´s before
the first Tristar was ordered. SE-DPR was delivered just months before the
company collapsed in early 1993 and the second one, also a -100 (serial no
1221) with the registration SE-DPP reserved, was never delivered.
SE-DPR (L-1011-100, serial no 1231) parked in front of one of the
company´s DC-8´s at a snowy Arlanda Airport, Stockholm, Sweden. This aircraft
is now TF-ABT with Air Atlanta.
Klick here to see
another photo of SE-DPR.
Other aircraft in Air Sweden´s fleet:
SE-DLH, Douglas DC-8-71F (serial no 45994).
SE-DLM, Douglas DC-8-71F "Italian Rainbow" (serial no 45971).
SE-DKH, Boeing 737-200 (serial no 20412).
SE-DLD, Boeing 737-200 "Norwegian Rainbow" (serial no 20711).
SE-DLG, Boeing 737-300 "Alabama Rainbow" (serial no 23388).
SE-DLP, Boeing 737-200 "Irish Rainbow" (serial no 19409).
SE-DPN, Boeing 737-300 (serial no 23783).
SE-DPO, Boeing 737-300 (serial no 23784).
(This list may not be complete.)
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This page was last updated on april 19, 1997.
The company does not exist any longer so there will probably not be any major updates.
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