VH-NOE. Boeing 767-33AER. c/n 25535-491.


 

Ordered new by Ansett Worldwide Aviation Services (A.W.A.S.)

Rolled off the Boeing production line at Everett - March 31, 1993

First flown as N6018N - April 15, 1993

Powered by Pratt & Whitney PW4060 engines

Accepted by A.W.A.S. at Seattle (Everett) - May 26, 1993

Leased to T.A.C.A. International Airlines, El Salvador - May 26, 1993

Reregistered as N768TA - May 26, 2003

Departed Seattle (Everett) on delivery flight to San Salvador - May 26, 1993

Operated first TACA service San Salvador - Guatemala - Los Angeles - May 28, 1993

Returned to A.W.A.S. on termination of lease - October 14, 1994

Cancelled from the United States Aircraft Register - October 1994

Entered onto Australian Aircraft Register as VH-NOE - October 16, 1994

Leased to Air Vietnam - October 16, 1994

Returned to lessor on termination of lease - October 30, 1996

Leased to Egyptair - November 15, 1996

Returned to lessor on termination of lease - February 02, 1997

Operated charter NDS888 (Nordstress) Macau - Singapore - Melbourne - February 09, 1997

Operated charter flight Melbourne - Singapore - Macau - February 14, 1997

Observed at Hong Kong with blue c/line and 'Crown Express' titles and logo - February 14, 1997

Ferried Macau - Auckland for maintenance by Air New Zealand - February 1997

Ferried Auckland - Bangkok - Paris for lease to Air France - March 11, 1997

Cancelled from Australian Aircraft Register - ?

Entered onto French Aircraft Register as F-BKAU - March 28, 1997

Returned to lessor on termination of lease - February 13, 1998

Observed at Charles De Gaulle Airport in all-white livery - February 28, 1998

Cancelled from French Aircraft Register - March 03, 1998

Entered onto Australian Aircraft Register as VH-NOE - March 03, 1998

Registered to Nordstress Australia

Ferried Charles De Gaulle - Dublin for lease to Challengair (Belgium) - March 13, 1998

Lease and sub-lease to Airtours (U.K.) were not taken up

Rolled out at Dublin in full Air Namibia livery - March 20, 1998

Entered onto the Namibian Aircraft Register as V5-NMB - March 1998

Aircraft was named 'Erongo'

Cancelled from Australian Aircraft Register - March 27, 1998

Departed Dublin on ferry flight to Namibia - March 27, 1998

Observed at London (Heathrow) operating Air Namibia service - March 31, 1998

Returned to A.W.A.S. on termination of lease at Dublin - April 03, 1999

Aircraft placed in open storage at Dublin in an all-white livery

Entered onto Australian Aircraft Register as VH-NOE - August 23, 1999

Registered to Nordstress Australia

Ferried Dublin - Singapore - Bandar Begawan (Brunei) for maintenance work - September 09 - 10, 1999

Leased to Avianca Colombia - December 21, 1999

Returned to lessor at Seattle (Everett) in all-white livery - January 26, 2000

Observed at Everett in all-white livery with blue Britannia Airways titles - February 05, 2000

Observed at Geneva in service with Britannia Airways - February 12, 2000

Returned to lessor on termination of lease - April 24, 2000

Observed at Seattle (Everett) in an all-white livery without titles or logo - May 03, 2000

Leased to Air Seychelles - May 31, 2000

Departed Everett in all-white livery with Air Seychelles titles - May 31, 2000

Returned to lessor on termination of lease - June 2000

Entered onto the United States Aircraft Register as N535AW - October 07, 2000

Cancelled from Australian Aircraft Register - October 10, 2000

Sold to AWMS111 - October 10, 2000

Leased to Avianca, Colombia - October 10, 2000

Returned to MSA1 at Marana - November 2003

Ferried Marana - Mexico City in all-white livery for maintenance - March 28, 2004

Cancelled from the United States Aircraft Register - June 18, 2004

Entered onto Portuguese Aircraft Register as CS-TLM - June 18, 2004

Leased to Euro Atlantic Airways (Portugal) for sub-lease to Aviajet - June 18, 2004

Leased to Aviajet - July 10, 2004

Entered service in full Aviajet livery with additional 'Euro Atlantic' titles on rear fuselage

Sub-lease to Aviajet terminated - December 19, 2004

Returned to A.W.A.S. - April 2005

Observed at Amsterdam in full Euro Atlantic livery - April 30, 2005

Cancelled from Portuguese Aircraft Register - July 01, 2005

Entered onto Dutch Aircraft Register as PH-MCJ - July 01, 2005

Registered to Ansett Worldwide Aviation Services, Netherlands BV, Amsterdam

Leased to Martinair Holland in all-white livery

Ferried Shannon - Amsterdam on delivery to Martinair - July 02, 2005

Operated first Martinair revenue service Amsterdam - Faro - Amsterdam - July 02, 2005

Returned to AWAS on termination of lease - ?

Observed at Chateauroux in GMG Airlimes of Bangladesh livery as PH-MCJ - June 22, 2011

Cancelled from the Dutch Aircraft Register - July 28, 2011

Entered onto the Bangladesh Aircraft Register as S2-AFX - July 28, 2011

Registered to Ansett Worldwide Aviation Services, Amsterdam

Leased to GMG Airlines as the registered operator

Ferried Chatearoux - Dhaka on delivery to GMG Airlines - August 03 - 04, 2011

Aircraft named 'Spirit of GMG Family'

GMG Airlines suspended their Boeing 767 operations - January 2012

Aircraft was placed in storage at Dacca - January 2012

GMG Airlines suspended all operations - March 30, 2012

Observed at Anchorage, Alaska on return to lessor - April 26, 2012

Entered onto the United States Aircraft Register as N535AW - May 24, 2012

Registered to MSA1, New York c/- AWAS Aviation Service Incorporated

Stored at Marana awaiting lease

Test flown at Marana - July 10, 2013

Cancelled from the United States Aircraft Register - August 09, 2013

Entered onto the Portuguese Aircraft Register as CS-TRN - August 14, 2013

Registered to MSA1, New York c/- AWAS Aviation Service Incorporated

Leased to Euro Atlantic Airways as the registered operator

Ferried Marana - Lisbon in all-white livery - August 14, 2013

Current with Euro Atlantic Airways

 


 

N768TA. TACA - in the standard livery at Miami Airport, January 1994.

VH-NOE. Vietnam Airlines - in the standard livery at Wellington Airport, August 1996.

VH-NOE. Vietnam Airlines - in the standard livery at Melbourne Airport, October 1996.

VH-NOE. Crown Express - in the standard livery at Melbourne Airport, February 1997.

V5-NMB. Air Namibia - in the standard livery at Johannesburg Airport, April 1998.
V5-NMB. Air Namibia - in the standard livery at London Heathrow Airport, March 1999.
VH-NOE. Britannia - in the all-white livery at Geneva Airport, February 2000.
VH-NOE. Britannia - in the all-white livery at Frankfurt Airport, March 2000.
VH-NOE. Britannia - in the all-white livery, location and date unknown.
VH-NOE. Air Seychelles - in the all-white livery at London Airport, May 2000.
VH-NOE. Air Seychelles - in the all-white livery at Geneva Airport, June 2000.
N535AW. Avianca Colombia - in the all-white livery at Miami Airport, November 2000.

CS-TLM. Aviajet - in the white livery at Faro Airport, August 2004.

CS-TLM. Euro Atlantic Airways - in thefull livery at Amsterdam Airport, May 2005.

CS-TLM. Euro Atlantic Airways - in thefull livery at Amsterdam Airport, May 2005.

PH-MCJ. Martinair - in the all-white livery at Amsterdam Airport, September 2005.

PH-MCJ. Martinair - in the full livery at Amsterdam Airport, May 2009.