ZK-PAT. Boeing 737-4Y0F. c/n 24683-1901.

Was also registered as: HR-SHL; PP-SOH; 9M-MJR; TC-AYA; N683GE;

PK-GWW; VP-BGQ; N837TM.

 

This aircraft was ordered new by Guiness Peat Aviation - ?

Rolled off the Boeing production line at Seattle (Boeing Field) - July 1990

First flown at Seattle (Boeing Field) - July 23, 1990

Powered by CFM International CFM56-3C1 engines

Entered onto the Honduras Aircraft Register as HR-SHL - August 1990

Leased to Servicio Aeria de Honduras, SA (SAHSA) as the registered operator - August 07, 1990

Returned to Guiness Peat Aviation at the end of the lease - February 14, 1991

Cancelled from the Honduras Aircraft Register - February 1991

Entered onto the Brazilian Aircraft Register as PP-SOH - April 1991

Leased to Viacao Aerea Sao Paulo (VASP) as the registered operator - April 24, 1991

Returned to Guiness Peat Aviation at the end of the lease - March 24, 1992

Cancelled from the Brazilian States Aircraft Register - April 1992

Entered onto the Malaysian Aircraft Register as 9M-MJR - April 1992

Leased to MAS Malaysian Airlines, Kuala Lumpur as the registered operator - April 15, 1992

Returned to Guiness Peat Aviation at the end of the lease - April 13, 1993

Cancelled from the Malaysian Aircraft Register - April 1993

Entered onto the Turkish Aircraft Register as TC-AYA - April 1993

Leased to Instanbul Airlines, Turkey as the registered operator - April 27, 1993

Sub-leased to Carnival Airlines as the registered operator - November 21, 1994

Returned to Istanbul Airlines at the end of the sub-lease - March 01, 1995

Sub-leased to Myanmar Airways International, Myanmar as the registered operator - November 29, 1996

Returned to Istanbul Airlines at the end of the sub-lease - June 03, 1997

It was withdrawn from service - ?

Sold to Aero USA - July 10, 2000

Cancelled from the Turkish Aircraft Register - July 10, 2000

Entered onto the United States Aircraft Register as N683GE - July 10, 2000

Cancelled from the United States Aircraft Register - January 2001

Entered onto the Indonesian Aircraft Register as PK-GWW - January 01, 2001

Leased to Garuda Indonesian Airways, Jakarta as the registered operator

Sold to Wells Fargo Bank Northwest, Salt Lake City, Utah - June 08, 2003

Returned to the lessor at the end of the lease - March 2006

It was observed at Jakarta in the Orenair livey - March 16, 2006

Cancelled from the Indonesian Aircraft Register - March 2006

Entered onto the Bermuda Aircraft Register as VP-BGQ - March 2006

Leased to Orenburg Airlines (Orenair) as the registered operator - March 21, 2006

The aircraft was withdrawn service at placed in storage at Roswell, New Mexico - April 18, 2014

Cancelled from the Bermuda Aircraft Register - April 2014

Entered onto the United States Aircraft Register as N837TM - April 2014

Sold to Jetran LLC - December 30, 2014

It was ferried Roswell, NM - San Jose, CA - January 09, 2015

Sold to Texas Aviation Group LLC - April 17, 2015

Ferried San Jose - Dothan (Alabama) - ? 2015

The aircraft was converted to freighter configuration by Pemco at Dothan

It was observed at Dothan following its conversion to freighter configuration - July 11, 2016

The aircraft was prepared for lease to Airwork NZ - July 2016

Departed Dothan on the ferry flight to New Zealand - July 15, 2016

It arrived at Auckland on completion of the ferry flight - July 16, 2016

Cancelled from the United States Aircraft Register - July 18, 2016

Entered onto the New Zealand Aircraft Register as ZK-PAT - July 19, 2016

Registered to Airwork Flight Operations, Auckland

The aircraft was operated for Parcelair which was a joint venture between Airwork and NZ Post

Operated its first revenue service - August 19, 2016

Current with Parcelair / Airwork NZ

 

 

VP-BGQ. Orenair - in the standard livery at an unknown airport, date unknown.

(P. Sheehan Collection Copyright Image 4622-864.)

VP-BGQ. Orenair - in the standard livery at Zurich Airport, date unknown.

(P. Sheehan Collection Copyright Image 4622-865.)

ZK-PAT. Parcelair - in the standard livery at Adelaide West Beach Airport, July 11, 2021.

(T. Haynes Copyright Image 4622-896.)

ZK-PAT. Parcelair - in the standard livery at Adelaide West Beach Airport, July 11, 2021.

(T. Haynes Copyright Image 4622-897.)