VH-OGE. Boeing 767-338ER. c/n 24531-278.


 

Order for this aircraft announced by Qantas - July 07, 1988

Rolled off the Boeing production line at Everett - July 26, 1989

First flown as VH-OGE - August 15, 1989

Powered by General Electric CF6-80C2B6 engines

Entered onto the Australian Aircraft Register as VH-OGE - September 05, 1989

Registered to NBB New South Wales Lease Co. Ltd, Tokyo

Leased to Qantas Airways Ltd, Sydney as the registered operator

Accepted by Qantas at Seattle (Everett) - September 05, 1989

Departed Seattle (Everett) as QF7635D on the delivery flight to Australia (Captain P. Laing) - September 05, 1989

Arrived Sydney (Kingsford Smith) at the conclusion of the delivery flight - September 07, 1989

Delivery route: Seattle (Everett) - Honolulu - Sydney

Aircraft named 'City of Orange'

Operated first revenue service - September 1989

Used as a standby aircraft for Australia Asia Airlines - January 28 to February 14, 1995

Operated for Australia Asia in the basic Qantas livery without titles, logos and aircraft name

Returned to the standard Qantas livery at Sydney (Kingsford Smith) - February 24, 1995

Registered to Qantas Airways Ltd, Sydney - August 05, 2005

Operated final revenue service Melbourne (Tullamarine) - Sydney as QF434 - January 21, 2012

Observed at Sydney in the basic Qantas livery without titles and logo - January 30, 2012

Cancelled from the Australian Aircraft Register - February 07, 2012

Entered onto the United States Aircraft Register as N364CM - February 10, 2012

Registered to Cargo Aircraft Management Incorporated, Orlando, Florida

Departed Sydney on the ferry flight to United States as ATN364 - February 11, 2012

Ferry route: Sydney - Honolulu - Wilmington

Placed in storage pending conversion to freighter configuation

Ferried Wilmington - Liege - Tel Aviv for conversion to freighter configuration - April 05 - 08, 2012

Aircraft had flown 77,603 hours and 28,564 cycles

Stored at Tel Aviv awaiting freighter conversion - 2012

Ferried Tel Aviv - Liege - Cincinatti as ABX39 following freighter conversion - February 10 - 11, 2012

Aircraft retained its basic Qantas livery

Observed at Wilmington as N364CM in the basic Qantas livery - April 13, 2013

Test flown Wilmington - Wilmington as ABX80 - October 01 - 02, 2013

Leased to Airbourne Express as the registered operator - October 02, 2013

Operated first revenue service North Kentucky (Covington) - New York (Newark) - October 03, 2013

Aircraft operated in basic Qantas livery and primer where cargo conversion was carried out

Leased to ATI International as the registered operator - 2014

Observed at Miami operating with ATI and carrying ATI titles - January 27, 2015

Current with ATI International

 


 

VH-OGE. Qantas The Spirit of Australia - in the original livery at Los Angeles Airport, March 1990.

VH-OGE. Qantas The Spirit of Australia - in the original livery at Brisbane Airport, March 1993.
VH-OGE. Qantas The Spirit of Australia - in the original livery at Melbourne Airport, July 1994.

VH-OGE. Qantas The Australian Airline - in the revised livery at Melbourne Airport, January 2000.

VH-OGE. Qantas The Spirit of Australia - in the revised livery at Sydney Airport, September 2001.

VH-OGE. Qantas The Spirit of Australia - in the revised livery at Adelaide Airport, January 2008.
VH-OGE. Qantas The Spirit of Australia - in the revised livery at Adelaide Airport, January 2008.
VH-OGE. Qantas The Spirit of Australia - in the revised livery at Adelaide Airport, January 2008.
VH-OGE. Qantas The Spirit of Australia - in the revised livery at Perth Airport, March 2010.