Kitty Hawk International Lockheed L-1011-200F N102CK at Los Angeles International on January 6, 2000. It first flew on November 3, 1980. It was delivered to British Airways, registered as G-BHBM on November 20, 1980. British Airways first named it "Picadilly Rose" and then "Poole Bay". It was leased by Kuwait Airways on May 31, 1992 and withdeawn from use on October 7, 1992. It was converted to a freighter at Stansted in 1996. American International Airways registered it as N102CK on July 11, 1994. It was transferred to Kitty Hawk International on July 5, 1999. CBJ Cargo acquired it in October 2002. Gee Bee Airlines wet leased it on November 2, 2004. It was later parked at Kavala, Greece where it may be being used for training.