Orlando Apopka Airport
Apopka, Florida


The Convair CV-240 C/N 147 N1022C was an American airliner produced by Convair from 1947 to 1954, initially as a possible replacement of the ubiquitous Douglas DC-3.
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This was taken from the USAIMF Web Site.


USAIMF's assets include Convair 240, N1022C, which is currently parked in Apopka, Florida. This aircraft was originally flown by American Airlines before moving onto Mohawk Airlines and finally with Trans-Florida Airlines. This aircraft is one of the few remaining Convair 240s with its original airline interior, right down to the seat buckles with the Mohawk name and logo. USAIMF's goal is to relocate this historic aircraft to a permanent facility and restore the exterior and interior to its former glory.


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