VH-OGC. Boeing 767-338ER. c/n 24317-246.


 

Third of three B-767-338ERs ordered by Qantas - August 24, 1987

Rolled off the Boeing production line at Everett - October 24, 1988

First flown as N6005C - November 10, 1988

Powered by General Electric CF6-80C2B6 engines

Entered onto the Australian Aircraft Register as VH-OGC - November 23, 1988

Registered to NBB Hobart Lease Co. Ltd, Tokyo

Accepted by Qantas at Everett - November 23, 1988

Departed Seattle (Everett) as QF7633D on the delivery flight to Australia (Captain P. Laing) - November 25, 1988

Arrived Sydney (Kingsford Smith) at the conclusion of the delivery flight - November 28, 1988

Delivery route: Seattle (Everett) - Honolulu - Sydney

Aircraft was named 'City of Bendigo'

Operated first revenue service - ?

Operated military charter flights for Republic of Singapore Air Force - October 18 - 19, 1993

Route: Singapore - Rockhampton - Singapore

Leased to Air Niugini for Sydney - Brisbane - Singapore - Port Morseby - Brisbane service - August 11 - 12, 2003

Observed at Fukuoka in the standard Qantas livery operating for Australian Airlines - August 14, 2003

Registered to Qantas Airways Ltd, Sydney - August 5, 2005

Operated Air Niugini service Brisbane - Port Moresby - Brisbane as PX004/003 - January 05, 2006

Operated Air Niugini service Brisbane - Port Moresby as PX006 - May 04, 2009

Operated final revene service Melbourne (Tullamarine) - Sydney as QF458 - February 05, 2010

Withdrawn from service at Sydney (Kingsford Smith)

Ferried Sydney - Victorville (California) as QF6019 in the basic Qantas livery - February 22, 2010

Stored at Victorville in the basic Qantas livery without titles

Agreement to purchase aircraft signed by Air Transport Services Group, Wilmington, Delaware - April 22, 2010

Aircraft to be leased to its subsidiary Cargo Aircraft Management

Sold to ATSG / CAM - June 15, 2010

Accepted by ATSG at Victorville, California - August 30, 2010

Cancelled from the Australian Aircraft Register - September 01, 2010

Entered onto the United States Aircraft Register as N317CM - September 09, 2010

Registered to Cargo Aircraft Management Inc, Orlando, Florida, U.S.A.

Leased to Air Transport International as the registered operator

Intended for freighter conversion - 2011

Observed at Victorville in the basic Qantas livery minus starboard engine - February 24, 2011

Awaiting ferry flight to Tel Aviv for conversion to freighter configuration

Ferried Victorville - Wilmington - September 01, 2011

Ferried to Tel Aviv for freighter conversion by Bedek Aviation - 2011

Ferried Tel Aviv - Cincinnatti following conversion to Boeing 767-338ERF - March 15, 2012

Ferried Cincinnatti - Mojave for short-term storage - ?

Test flown at Mojave - April 23, 2012

Ferried Mojave - Wilmington as ABX46 on delivery to ABX Air - April 27, 2012

Current with ABX Air

 


 

VH-OGC. Qantas The Spirit of Australia - in the original livery at Melbourne Airport, May 1989.
VH-OGC. Qantas The Spirit of Australia - in the original livery at Los Angeles Airport, September 1990.
VH-OGC. Qantas The Spirit of Australia - in the original livery at Sydney Airport, March 1991.

VH-OGC. Qantas The Spirit of Australia - in the original livery at Brisbane Airport, April 1993.

VH-OGC. Qantas The Australian Airline - in the revised livery at Brisbane Airport, February 1994.

VH-OGC. Qantas The Australian Airline - in the revised livery at Melbourne Airport, July 1994.
N317CM. ABX Air - in the standard livery at Miami Airport, October 2012.