Boeing 737-200 Sidewall – Aloha Airlines
These sidewalls came from aircraft N823AL (Fun Bird) and N824AL. These sidewalls are in good condition, and have a light fixture close to their top edges. This sidewall design was originally part of the 1970s Wide Body Look for the Boeing 737-200. On most units the window shade plastic handles have “Boeing 737” on them. 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||39 × 12 × 14 in|
1970s – 1980s