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Interactive Map: Retired FedEx Boeing 727s Dot The Globe

FedEx donated its 84th and last Boeing 727 last week to Beavercreek Schools in Dayton, Ohio, marking the end of more than 13 years of 727 donations. The aircraft, N221FE, was a 727-200 model that was delivered to Air Canada in 1974 and sold to FedEx in 1986. Its short 26 minute hop from Indianapolis to Dayton also represented the last-ever 727 flight by FedEx.
Using data from Aviation Week Intelligence Network's Fleet database, Aviation Week has created an interactive map showing the locations of FedEx's donated Boeing 727s. Search for any donated 727 simply by typing in the tail number or the recipient of the aircraft in the search bar on the map. Maps pins are color-coded as to the recipient's category (museum, school, or ARFF/law enforcement training).
Note that the map pin locations and addresses refer to the general location of the aircraft only and do not necessarily refer to their precise location or recipient's address. In addition, aircraft may not be publicly visible at each location.

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