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Senior management felt able to take this step because the 1962 fiscal year had yielded over $10 million in profit, the first in several years. It was thought that costs would be minimized by involving several risk-sharing subcontractors. So, during the meeting with Mr. McDonnell, he was offered the opportunity to build the wing. He declined, Saturn leased DC-8-54JT N3325T (In 225/msn 45754) from Trans-International in 1969 for one year. It crashed in Quito, Ecuador, on September 18, 1984, while in service with AECA as HK-BKN.
Delta began modifying model 61s on February I, aiming to put the aircraft back in revenue service by April. UTA was also completing its fir t conver ion, and contracted to do two more for the Armee de L' ir. The FAA awarded the DC-8-71 type certificate on April 13, 1981; the m d Is 72 and 73 followed a month later. Flight testing wa compl t d in 725 hours and 437 flights. United took delivery fits first m d I 71, N8092U, on May 10, and n I , between San Francisco and began ervi n. 110 "I', Ita wa first with revenue -71 Portland, Or service, on April ,II in I from tlanta to Savannah.
Forty-eight airlines bought DC-8s off the production lines, but many more were to operate it. Z. 3 8 7 13 42 5 5 Air Zaire Airlift IntI. 2 Alitalia 15 9 2 2 4 6 2 26 Am. Flyers 2 2 Atlantis 3 3 Braniff 4 CPAlCP Air 6 6 4 Capitol IntI. 15 34 17 6 Finnair 3 Flying Tiger 39 3 2 7 ... 10 . 3 Pan Am 19 19 Panair Braz. 2 2 SAS 7 2 7 Saturn 6 2 4 Swissair 12 3 5 TIA Trans Carib. ft entered ,«vice, older DC-8s were traded in against new equipment or sold off to smaller carriers. A good example is Pan Am, which phased out its DC-8 fleet by early 1969.