VH-EAQ. Boeing 767-238ER. c/n 23896-186.
Ordered new by Qantas - 1986
Rolled off the Boeing production line at Seattle (Everett) - July 22, 1987
Powered by Pratt & Whitney JT9D-7R4E engines
First flown as N6009F - August 11, 1987
Entered onto Australian Aircraft Register as VH-EAQ - August 27, 1987
Registered to Qantas Airways Ltd, Sydney
Accepted by Qantas at Everett - August 27, 1987
Departed Seattle on delivery flight as QF767D - August 28, 1987
Arrived Sydney at conclusion of delivery flight - August 30, 1987
Delivery route: Seattle - Honolulu - Sydney
Aircraft named 'City of Launceston'
Operated first revenue service Sydney - Wellington as QF47 - September 1, 1987
Offered for sale by Qantas - March 4, 2003
Aircraft had flown 50,642 hours with 22,086 cycles to date
Operated last revenue service Melbourne - Sydney as QF460 - October 7, 2004
Departed Sydney as QF6019 for storage in U.S.A. in basic livery without titles or tail logo - October 15, 2004
Ferried route: Sydney - Honolulu - Victorville (California)
Sold to Lehman Brothers Commercial Paper Incorporated - Ocober 2004
Cancelled from Australian Aircraft Register - October 25, 2004
Advertised for sale by Blue Star Aviation, Kansas City
Sold to West Dover LLC - January 3, 2005
Entered onto U.S. Aircraft Register as N772WD - January 5, 2005
Registered to West Dover LLC
Ferried Victorville - Portland in basic Qantas livery as N772WD - March 3, 2005
Sold to Blue City Holdings, Palo Alto, California - March 3, 2005
Ferried Portland-San Antonio for executive conversion - May 13, 2005
Reregistered N2767 - July 29, 2005
Registered to Blue City Holdings LLC, Oklahoma City
Operated by Blue Star Aviation for owners of Google Incorporated
Operated in a 50 seat executive configuration with a bedroom suite
Arrived Sydney on visit from Christchurch as ELX58 - December 31, 2006
Normally based at Moffat Field, California
Current - 2012
VH-EAQ. Qantas The Spirit of Australia - in the revised livery at Melbourne Airport, March 1988.
N2767. Blue Star Aviation - in the full livery at Christchurch Airport, March 2007.
N2767. Blue Star Aviation - in the full livery at San Francisco Airport, August 2007.
N2767. Blue Star Aviation - in the full livery at San Francisco Airport, August 2009.