VH-VOV. Boeing 737-82R. c/n 30658-1325.


 

Ordered new by International Lease Finance Corporation (I.L.F.C.)

Powered by CFM International CFM56-7B26 engines

The intended lease to Pegasus Airlines (Turkey) was not taken up

Rolled off the Boeing production line at Renton without winglets - April 29, 2003

First flown as VH-VOV - May 07, 2003

Entered on the Australian Aircraft Register as VH-VOV - May 06, 2003

Registered to International Lease Finance Corporation (I.L.F.C.)

Leased to Virgin Blue Airlines Pty Ltd as the registered operator

Accepted by Virgin Blue at Seattle - May 22, 2003

Departed Seattle as DJ9081 on ferry flight to New Zealand - May 22, 2003

Arrived Christchurch at conclusion of ferry flight - May 24, 2003

Delivery route: Seattle (Boeing Field) - Kahului - Pago Pago - Christchurch

Ferried Christchurch - Brisbane as DJ9083 on delivery to Virgin Blue - June 05, 2003

Aircraft was named 'Alluring Alice'

Operated first revenue service Brisbane - Sydney as DJ236 - June 08, 2003

Registered to International Lease Finance Corporation (I.L.F.C.), Los Angeles - April 27, 2005

Leased to Virgin Blue Airlines Pty Ltd as the registered operator

Aircraft fitted with winglets - March 2006

Virgin Blue was renamed Virgin Australia Airlines Pty Ltd - May 04, 2011

Operated final revenue service Melbourne (Tullamarine) - Brisbane as DJ351 - October 11, 2012

Ferried Brisbane - Kuala Lumpur (Subang) as DJ9883 for end-of-lease maintenance - October 14, 2012

Returned to lessor on termination of lease - November 2012

Cancelled from the Australian Aircraft Register - November 22, 2012

Entered onto the South Korean Aircraft Register as HL-8263 - November 22, 2012

Registered to CIT Leasing

Leased to Jeju Air as the registered operator

Ferried Kuala Lumpur - Soel on delivery to Jeju Air - November 23, 2012

Current with Jeju Air

 


 

 

VH-VOV. Virgin Blue - in the full livery at Sydney Airport, October 2003.