Boeing 737-200 PSU (Passenger Service Unit) – Aloha Airlines
These PSUs came from aircraft N823AL (Fun Bird) and N824AL. These PSUs are in good condition. This PSU design was originally part of the 1970s Wide Body Look for the Boeing 737-200. N823AL originally was delivered to Lufthansa on 01/24/1985, under the registration D-ABMB. Aloha Airlines acquired the aircraft on 12/14/1996, and operated her until closing in 2008. N823AL was retired in Aloha’s retro Fun Bird livery. N824AL originally was delivered to TAP Air Portugal on 07/22/1983. In 1985, she flew for Air Atlantis, and then was returned to TAP Air Portugal. Aloha Airlines acquired the aircraft on 03/22/1998, and operated her until closing in 2008.
|Dimensions||12 × 18 × 12 in|
1970s – 1980s