VH-JJZ. BAe 146-200-11. c/n E2114.


 

Built at Hatfield for T.N.T. order

Entered onto the U.K. Aircraft Register as G-BOXE - August 25, 1988

Registered to British AeroSpace Systems

First flown as a BAe-146-200 G-BOXE - October 28, 1988

Ferried to Dothan, Alabama for conversion to 200QT freighter configuration

Ferried Hatfield - Cambridge for conversion to Ansett specifications by Marshalls

Ferried Cambridge - Hatfield following conversion- May 26, 1989

Cancelled from the U.K. Aircraft Register - June 2, 1989

Entered onto the Australian Aircraft Register as VH-JJZ - June 2, 1989

Registered to Ansett Transport Industries (Operations) Pty Ltd

Accepted by Ansett at Hatfield - June 3, 1989

Departed Hatfield as AWA07 on delivery flight to Australia - June 3, 1989

Arrived Perth at conclusion of delivery flight in full T.N.T. livery - June 7, 1989

Delivery route: Hatfield - Belgrade - Larnaca - Dubai - Mumbai - Madras - Singapore - Denpasar - Perth

Flight crew: Captains B. Poole, S. Bardsley, K. Hoy; Engineers J. Cook, J. Fowke, F. Rayner

Ferried Perth - Melbourne - June 28, 1989

Operated first Ansett Air Freight revenue service Melbourne - Launceston - July 3, 1989

Painted into full Ansett Air Freight livery - January 1994

First aircraft to be painted into full Ansett Australia Cargo livery during maintenance - January 2000

Re-entered service - January 20, 2000

Operated final revenue service Sydney - Brisbane - July 27, 2001

Ferried Brisbane - Blenheim, New Zealand for heavy maintenance with SAFE-Air - July 28, 2001

Aircraft needed wing-spar repairs and fuel tank contamination problems rectified

It was expected to be out of service until early 2002

Was in heavy maintenance when Ansett suspended operations due to bankruptcy - September 13, 2001

Offered for immediate sale by Ansett Administrators - September 27, 2001

Stored at Woodbourne, New Zealand

Ansett Engineering quote aircraft had flown 16,550 hours with 14,149 cycles - June 27, 2002

Test flown at Blenheim as AN146 - August 6, 2003

Ferried Blenheim-Melbourne as AN40 (Capts P. Holmberg, M. Hopkins) - August 7, 2003

Cabot Aviation Services Ltd appointed marketing agents for aircraft's sale

Sold to Titan Airways Ltd, Stansted, U.K. for $AUD 5,000,000 - December 10, 2003

Test flown at Melbourne - December 11, 2003

Departed Melbourne on ferry flight to Norwich, U. K. as AN146 - December 15, 2003

Arrived Norwich at conclusion of ferry flight - December 18, 2005

Ferry route: Melbourne - Alice Springs - Broome - Christmas Island - Kuala Lumpur - Colombo - Karachi -

Dubai - Amman - Heraklion - Nice - Norwich

Flight crew: Captains P. Holmberg, M. Hopkins; Enginer R. Flight & R. Judge (to Alice Springs only)

Cancelled from the Australian Aircraft Register - December 19, 2003

Entered onto the British Aircraft Register as G-ZAPR - December 19, 2003

Registered to Titan Airways Ltd

BAE Systems appointed exclusive marketing rights on Titan Airways BAe-146 fleet - September 4, 2009

Ferried to KLM UK Engineering at Norwich for maintenance - July 4, 2009

Returned to service - July 22, 2009

Sold to Aerolineas Star Peru, Lima, Peru - June 2011

Cancelled from the British Aircraft Register - June 16, 2011

Entered onto the Peruvian Aircraft Register as OB-1978-P - June 16, 2011

Registered to Aerolineas Star Peru

Departed London (Stansted) on ferry flight to Peru - July 21, 2011

Entered service with Star Peru in basic Titan Airways livery - August 2011

Current with Star Peru

 


 

VH-JJZ. TNT Air Freight - in the full livery at Melbourne Airport, March 1985.

VH-JJZ. TNT Air Freight - in the full livery at Canberra Airport, June 1990.

VH-JJZ. TNT Air Freight - in the full livery at Canberra Airport, June 1990.
 

VH-JJZ. Ansett Air Freight - in the 'Union Jack' livery at Brisbane Airport, November 1995.