Next to join the fleet is a Convair 990 Coronado, the fifth one ever built and one of 37 produced. MotoArt welcomes OB-R-728 to the PlaneTags family.
The Coronado is a narrow body jet airliner, produced between 1961 and 1963 by the Convair division of General Dynamics. A stretched version of the Convair 880, the 990 was designed to meet an American Airlines request for a plane that could fly from New York to Los Angeles quicker than what was available at the time. Convair guaranteed it could build it, and although it could cruise at faster speeds than its rivals, it did not perform as promised. The CV 990 marked the end of an era for Convair.
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