Livery pack featuring the entirety of Merpati Nusantara Airlines' Airbus A310-324 fleet, in which the airline operated the type between 1996 through 1998. Registrations included are PK-MAX and PK-MAW.
PK-MAX was an Airbus A310-324 MSN 542 originally delivered to Pan American World Airways as N824PA in June 1990, and was named Clipper Golden Rule, until the iconic airline ceased its operations in 1991. Afterwards, the airframe was transferred to Delta Air Lines with the exact same registration until it was sent to Air India in 1994. Merpati itself took the airframe in 1996 as their first Airbus A310 aircraft, and was named Borobudur Temple. This airframe would then be transferred to the Spanish airline Air Plus Comet in 1999 as EC-HFB.
PK-MAW was an Airbus A310-324 MSN 539, also originally delivered to Pan Am as N823PA, named Clipper Golden Light. Like its sister craft, the airframe was transferred to Delta Air Lines during Pan Am's downturn in 1991, as well as serving with Air India from 1995 until its delivery to Merpati in 1997. This aircraft was therefore named Prambanan Temple.
Both PK-MAX and PK-MAW would eventually be converted into freighters and served FedEx from 2000 as N802FD and N801FD, respectively. The former was named Saeed and eventually stored in Victorville, CA (VCV) in 2012. The latter was named Amas and would serve FedEx for 19 years before being stored indefinitely at the same airport in 2019.
Installation is simple, simply drag and drop the respective livery packages (e.g. "Merpati Nusantara Airlines (PK-MAX)") into your iniSimulations A310-300 Passenger liveries folder.
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