VH-NJH. BAe 146-200. c/n E2178.


 

Rolled off the BAe production line at Woodford - 1990

Powered by four Textron Lycoming ALF502-R5 engines

First flown G-6-178 at Woodford - December 21, 1990

Ordered by National Air Charter, Indonesia but not taken up

Entered onto the British Aircraft Register as G-BTCP - January 24, 1991

Registered to British Aerospace (Operations) Ltd

Leased to Alisarda, Italy as G-BTCP - July 25, 1991

Alisarda renamed Meridiana SpA. Italy - September 01, 1991

Entered onto the Italian Aircraft Register as I-FLRW - October 08, 1991

Registered to Trident Aircraft Leasing Services (Jersey) Ltd

Leased to Meridiana SpA. Italy as registered operator

Returned to Trident Leasing at end of lease - August 1994

Cancelled from the Italian Aircraft Register - August, 1994

Entered onto the British Aircraft Register as G-BTCP - August 18, 1994

Registered to Trident Aircraft Leasing Services (Jersey) Ltd

Leased to National Jet Systems, Australia - August 25, 1994

Cancelled from the British Aircraft Register - August 25, 1994

Entered onto the Australian Aircraft Register as VH-NJH - August 26, 1994

Registered to Trident Aircraft Leasing Services (Jersey) Ltd

Leased to National Jet Systems, Adelaide as registered operator on behalf of AirLink

Departed Cambridge in full Airlink livery on delivery flight to Australia - August 27, 1994

Arrived Brisbane at conclusion of delivery flight - September 01, 1994

Operated first revenue service Canberra - Brisbane as QF672 - September 03, 1994

Operated final revenue service Kalgoorlie - Perth as QF1899 - October 02, 2005

Ferried Perth - Adelaide as QF6210 on return to National Jet - October 03, 2005

Leased to Asian Spirit Airlines, Philippines

Departed Adelaide on delivery flight to Philippines in full Asian Spirit livery - January 18, 2006

Arrived Manilla at conclusion of delivery flight - January 19, 2006

Cancelled from the Australian Aircraft Register - January 31, 2006

Entered onto the Philippines Aircraft Register as RP-C2997 - February 01, 2006

Registered to Monsanto Enterprises Ltd

Leased to Asian Spirit Airlines as registered operator

Returned to Monsanto Enterprises Ltd and stored at Manila Airport - February 2008

Sold to First Kuwait Trading & Contracting Company - February 19, 2008

Observed in service as RP-C2997 with blue cheatline and blue tail at Muscat - January 17, 2009

Current status - ?

 


 

VH-NJH. Airlink - in the Qantas livery at Brisbane Airport, September 1994.

VH-NJH. Airlink - in the Qantas livery at Adelaide Airport, September 2002.

VH-NJH. Asian Spirit - in the full livery at Adelaide Airport, December 2005.