On This Day - July 23, 1954.

The Qantas Airways Lockheed 749A Constellation VH-EAF, having been sold to British Overseas Airways Corporation, departed Sydney (Kingsford Smith) on its delivery flight to the United Kingdom.

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On This Day - July 23, 1957.

The Trans-Australia Airlines Vickers 756C Viscount VH-TVL 'James Cook' set a speed record of 4 hours 25 minutes for the flight between Adelaide and Perth.

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On This Day - July 23, 1969.

The Trans-Australia Airlines Douglas DC-9-31 VH-TJO 'William Wentworth' entered service.

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On This Day - July 23, 2004.

The Qantas Airways Boeing 737-838 VH-VYB 'Cape Otway' arrived at Sydney (Kingsford Smith) having completed its delivery flight from the United States (Boeing Field) via New Zealand (Christchurch) as Flight QF6018. It was the airline's 146th Boeing airliner and its 26th Boeing 737. Whilst at Christchurch winglets were fitted to the aircraft by Air New Zealand Engineering during it's 'pre-service' maintenance. It entered service later that day, operating Flight QF556 from Sydney (Kingsford Smith) to Brisbane.

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On This Day - July 23, 2014.

The Nauru Airlines Boeing 737-3H6F VH-VLI arrived at Brisbane having completed its delivery flight from Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur / Subang) as Flight RON801.

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On This Day - July 23, 2015.

The Jetstar Airways Boeing 787-8 VH-VKK entered service, operating Flight JQ35 from Melbourne (Tullamarine) to Bali (Denpasar).

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On This Day - July 23, 2023.

The Jetstar Airways Airbus A321-251NX VH-OFY arrived at Melbourne (Tullamarine) having completed its delivery flight from Germany (Hamburg / Finkenwerder) as Flight JQ8996.

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On This Day - July 23, 2023.

The Qantas Airways Boeing 787-9 VH-ZNN 'Snowy River' arrived at Melbourne (Tullamarine) having completed its delivery flight from the United States (Seattle) as Flight QF7879. It was the airline's 274th Boeing airliner and its 25th Boeing 787.

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