VH-JJY. BAe 146-200QT-11. c/n E2113.
Built at Hatfield for T.N.T. order
Entered onto the British Aircraft Register as G-BOXD - August 26, 1988
Registered to British AeroSpace
First flown as a BAe-146-200 G-BOXD - August 26, 1988
Ferried to Dothan, Alabama for conversion to 200QT freighter configuration
Cancelled from the British Aircraft Register - May 03, 1989
Entered onto the Australian Aircraft Register as VH-JJY - May 03, 1989
Registered to Ansett Transport Industries (Operations) Pty Ltd
Accepted by Ansett at Hatfield - May 04, 1989
Departed Hatfield as AWA06 on delivery flight to Australia - May 05, 1989
Arrived Perth at conclusion of delivery flight in full T.N.T. livery - May 08, 1989
Delivery route: Hatfield - Belgrade - Larnaca - Dubai - Mumbai - Madras - Singapore - Denpasar - Perth
Flight crew: Captains B. Poole, G. Laurence, A. Larsen; Engineers J. Gosling, Z. Tadic, A. Campbell
Ferried Perth - Melbourne (Tullamarine) - June 09, 1989
Operated first Ansett Air Freight revenue service - June 13, 1989
Route: Brisbane - Mackay - Townsville - Cairns
Painted into full Ansett Air Freight livery - January 1994
Painted into full Ansett Australia Cargo livery during maintenance - January 2000
Re-entered service - January 29, 2000
Operated final revenue service Sydney - Melbourne as AN6143 - September 13, 2001
Ansett suspended operations due to bankruptcy - September 13, 2001
Offered for immediate sale by Ansett Administrators
Stored at Melbourne until returned to service as AN5301 - November 12, 2001
Route flown: Melbourne - Adelaide - Perth - Port Headland - Christmas Island - Darwin
Operated service Melbourne - Sydney - Adelaide (Captain S. Henderson; F/O P. White) - November 15, 2001
Operated a number of freighter services over next few weeks
Operated final revenue service Sydney - Brisbane - December 21, 2001
Placed in open storage at Brisbane Airport
Ferried Brisbane - Melbourne as AN4041 (Captain S. Henderson; F/O M. O'Halloran) - June 18, 2002
Ansett Engineering quote aircraft had flown 16,750 hours with 14,267 cycles - June 27, 2002
Despite being advertised for sale it remained parked outside Ansett Maintenance
Test flown at Melbourne (Captains R. Goulet, D. Wearing-Smith) November 29, 2005
Departed Melbourne on ferry flight to Exeter, U. K. in full Ansett livery - December 14, 2005
Arrived Exeter at conclusion of ferry flight - December 18, 2005
Ferry route: Melbourne - Alice Springs - Broome - Denpasar - Penang - Colombo - Mumbai - Karachi-
Bahrain - Amman - Iraklion - Nice - Exeter
Flight crew: Captains R. Goulet, G. Goodson
Placed in open storage at Exeter for possible sale / lease by FlyBe Aviation Services
Intended sale to Pan Air Lineas Aereas SA, Spain did not eventuate
Sold to West Air Sweden AB - August 2006
Ferried Exeter - Malmo, Sweded as SCW1240 - August 30, 2006
Cancelled from the Australian Aircraft Register - September 09, 2006
Entered onto the Swedish Aircraft Register as SE-DRN - October 13, 2006
Registered to Siemens Financial Services AB, Solna, Sweden
Leased to Malmo Aviation AB as registered operator
Painted into West Air Europe livery - October 2006
Deployed on contract to Norwegian Post pending arrival of CRJ200PFs for West Air
Aircraft became surplus to requirements and was withdrawn from service
Ferried Malmo - Exeter - April 17, 2009
Aircraft owned by Erik Thun AB who awarded BAe Systems Management the marketing rights
Leased to PT Nusantara Air Charter, Indonesia
Departed Exeter on ferry flight to Indonesia - June 04, 2009
Ferry route: Exeter - Luqa - Malta - Larnaca - Doha - Muscat - Mumbai - Kolkata - Bangkok - Jakarta
Cancelled from the Swedish Aircraft Register - ?
Entered onto the Indonesian Aircraft Register as PK-JKC - ?
Underwent major corrosion work, fumigation and weighing - November 2009
Current with Nusantara Air Charter
VH-JJY. TNT Air Freight - in the full livery at Melbourne Airport, August 1989.
VH-JJY. TNT Air Freight - in the full livery at Melbourne Airport, October 1989.
VH-JJY. Ansett Air Freight - in the 'Starmark' livery at Melbourne Airport, February 1996.
VH-JJY. Ansett Air Freight - in the 'Starmark' livery at Melbourne Airport, September 1997.
VH-JJY. Ansett Air Freight - in the 'Starmark' livery at Brisbane Airport, October 1997.