ZK-NBI. Boeing 767-204ER. c/n 23072-107.

 

This aircraft was ordered new by Britannia Airways Limited - ?

It was built by the Boeing Company, Everett, Washington

Rolled off the Boeing production line at Everett (Paine Field) - January 1985

First flown as 'N6067E' - January 11, 1985

Powered by General Electric CF6-80A engines

Entered onto the British Aircraft Register as G-BLKV (CofR G-BLKV/R1) - January 17, 1985

Registered to Britannia Airways, Luton, United Kingdom

Accepted by Britannia Airways at Everett (Paine Field) - February 11, 1985

Leased to Lloyd Aereo Boliviano (LAB), Bolivia - November 29, 1989

Leased to AeroPeru - January 31, 1990

The aircraft was named 'Pachacutec'

Returned to Britannia Airways on termination of the lease - May 15, 1990

The aircraft was prepared for lease to Air New Zealand

Arrived Auckland with Aero Peru titles - May 19, 1990

Leased to Air New Zealand - May 21, 1990

Cancelled from the British Aircraft Register - May 31, 1990

Entered onto the New Zealand Aircraft Register as ZK-NBI - June 01, 1990

Registered to Air New Zealand Limited, Auckland, New Zealand

The aircraft was named 'Arawhata' (a way up)

Converted to a Boeing 767-204ER standard - ?

Sub-leased to Air Aruba, Netherlands Antilles - June 01, 1992

Returned to Air New Zealand on termination of the sub-lease - December 01, 1992

Withdrawn from service - June 08, 1997

Ferried Auckland - Christchurch for post lease maintenance - June 08, 1997

Ferried Christchurch - Auckland - Honolulu - ? - Spain - June 30, 1997

Cancelled from the New Zealand Aircraft Register - July 03, 1997

Entered onto the Spanish Aircraft Register as EC-GOL - July 03, 1997

Registered to Heller Financial

Leased to Air Europa as the registered operator

Withdrawn from service by Air Europa - July 03, 2001

Ferried to the United States for storage

Sold to Wells Fargo Bank North West, Utah - July 27, 2001

Cancelled from the Spanish Aircraft Register - ?

Entered onto the United States Aircraft Register as N10698 - July 27, 2001

Registered to Wells Fargo Bank North West, Salt Lake City, Utah

Sold to GE Capital Corporation - July 27, 2001

Cancelled from the United States Aircraft Register - ?

Entered onto the Icelandic Aircraft Register as TF-ATY - ?

Leased to Air Atlanta Icelandic as the registered operator - May 01, 2002

Sub-leased to Air Nigeria - May 02, 2002

Returned to Air Atlanta Icelandic on termination of the sub-lease - February 05, 2003

Sub-leased to Aeromar Dominicanos as the registered operator - April 27, 2003

Returned to Air Atlanta Icelandic on termination of the sub-lease - September 24, 2003

Sub-leased to Saudi Arabian Airlines as the registered operator - January 17, 2004

Returned to Air Atlanta Icelandic on termination of the sub-lease - March 04, 2004

Sub-leased to Dutch Caribbean Airlines, Curacao as the registered operator - March 04, 2004

Returned to Air Atlanta Icelandic on termination of the sub-lease - June 2004

Sub-leased to Air Algeria as the registered operator - June 06, 2004

Returned to Air Atlanta Icelandic on termination of the sub-lease - March 16, 2005

Sold to Wells Fargo Bank Northwest, Salt Lake City, Utah - April 14, 2005

Cancelled from the Icelandic Aircraft Register - ?

Entered onto the United States Aircraft Register as N307MT - April 15, 2005

Registered to Wells Fargo Bank Northwest, Salt Lake City, Utah

The aircraft was ferried to Tel Aviv, Israel for conversion to freighter configuration

The freighter conversion completed - October 2005

The aircraft is now known as a Boeing 767-204ER(BDSF)

Cancelled from the United States Aircraft Register - October 25, 2005

Entered onto the Danish Aircraft Register as OY-SRK - October 25, 2005

Registered to Wells Fargo Bank Northwest, Salt Lake City, Utah

Leased to Star Air (a division of Maersk Air), Copenhsagen, Denmark as the registered operator

Current with Maersk Star Air

 

G-BLKV. Britannia - in the standard livery at an unknown airport, February 1985.

(R. N. Smith Collection Copyright Image 4655-083.)

G-BLKV. Lloyd Aereo Boliviano - in the basic Britannia livery at Miami International Airport, December 1989.

(R. N. Smith Collection Copyright Image 4655-134.)

G-BLKV. AeroPeru - 'Pachacutec' in the basic Britannia livery at Miami International Airport, March 1990.

(R. N. Smith Collection Copyright Image 4655-087.)

G-BLKV. AeroPeru - 'Pachacutec' in the basic Britannia livery at Auckland Airport, May 22, 1990.

(R. N. Smith Collection Copyright Image 4655-088.)

ZK-NBI. Air Aruba - in the standard livery with at Auckland Airport, May 29, 1992.

(J. Mounce Copyright Image 4655-027.)

ZK-NBI. Air New Zealand - 'Arawhata' in the basic Air Aruba livery at Auckland Airport, January 12, 1993.

(J. Mounce Copyright Image 4655-039.)

ZK-NBI. Air New Zealand - 'Arawhata' in the basic Air Aruba livery at Auckland Airport, January 12, 1993.

(J. Mounce Copyright Image 4655-102.)

ZK-NBI. Air New Zealand - 'Arawhata' in the hybrid Air Aruba livery at Auckland Airport, May 1993.

(J. Mounce Copyright Image 4655-038.)

ZK-NBI. Air New Zealand - 'Arawhata' in the hybrid Air Aruba livery at Melbourne Tullamarine Airport, October 1993.

(J. Goldfinch Copyright Image 4655-040.)

TF-ATY. Nigeria Airways - in the all-white livery at an unknown airport, June 2002.

(R. N. Smith Collection Copyright Image 4655-068.)

TF-ATY. Saudi Arabian Airlines - in the all-white livery at an unknown airport, January 2004.

(R. N. Smith Collection Copyright Image 4655-129.)

TF-ATY. Saudia - in the all-white livery at an unknown airport, January 2004.

(R. N. Smith Collection Copyright Image 4655-141.)

TF-ATY. Air Algerie - in the all-white livery at Paris Orly Airport, July 2004.

(C. Laugier Copyright Image 4655-067.)

TF-ATY. Air Algerie - in the all-white livery at Paris Orly Airport, August 2004.

(C. Laugier Copyright Image 4655-066.)

TF-ATY. Air Algerie - in the all-white livery at an unknown airport, October 2004.

(R. N. Smith Collection Copyright Image 4655-065.)