VH-NJM. British Aerospace 146-300QT. c/n E3194.

 

This aircraft was rolled off the BAe production line at Woodford - 1991

Powered by four Textron Lycoming AF507-R5 engines

Entered onto the British Aircraft Register as G-BTHT - March 28, 1991

Registered to British Aerospace (Operations) Ltd

First flown at Woodford as 'G-6-194' - April 10, 1991

Ferried Woodford - Dothan, Alabama for conversion to BAe146-300QT - April 18, 1991

The intended sale to TNT Road Freight (UK) did not eventuate

Ferried Dothan - Woodford after conversion to freighter configuration completed - October 10, 1991

Cancelled from the British Aircraft Register - October 10, 1991

Delivered to Mid Pacific Cargo, U. S. A. - December 08, 1991

Entered onto the United States Aircraft Register as N599MP - ?

Entered onto the British Aircraft Register as G-BTHT - January 16, 1992

Registered to British Aerospace PLC

Observed at Filton in an all-white livery - June 17, 1992

Observed at East Midlands Airport following maintenance - November 06, 1992

Observed at New York (Kennedy) in all-white livery with MPAC tail titles - August 06, 1993

Returned to British Aerospace PLC - September 1993

Leased to Compagnie Air Jet as G-BTHT - October 01, 1993

Ownership transfered to Trident Aviation Leasing Services (Jersey) Ltd - February 22, 1994

Returned to Trident Aviation Leasing Services at end of lease - June 26, 1994

Leased to TNT Road Freight (UK) Ltd - July 22, 1994

Registered to Trident Aviation Leasing Services (Jersey) Ltd - September 21, 1994

Leased to TNT Worldwide Express (UK) Ltd as the registered operator

Ferried Cologne - Stansted - Cambridge on return to the owner at the end of lease - September 29, 1995

Registered to Trident Jet Aviation Leasing Services (Jersey) Ltd - November 22, 1995

Ferried Cambridge - Stansted in the Australian air Express livery - November 23, 1995

Departed Stansted on the ferry flight to Australia - November 24, 1995

Arrived Adaelaide (West Beach) on completion of the ferry flight - November 28, 1995

Cancelled from the British Aircraft Register - November 28, 1995

Entered onto the Australian Aircraft Register as VH-NJM - November 29, 1995

Registered to Trident Aviation Leasing Services (Jersey) Ltd

Leased to National Jet Systems as the registered operator on behalf of Australian air Express

Registered to Trident Aviation Leasing Services (Jersey) Ltd - June 08, 2006

Leased to National Jet Systems, Adelaide as the registered operator on behalf of Australian air Express

Damaged after tail strike on landing at Brisbane Airport - October 23, 2008

Repaired and returned to service

National Jet Systems was renamed Cobham Aviation Services Australia - March 01, 2009

Current with Cobham Aviation Services in Australian air Express livery

 

G-BTHT. Australian air Express - in the standard livery at Adelaide West Beach Airport, November 28, 1995.

(T. Haynes Copyright Image 0414-283.)

VH-NJM. Australian air Express - in the standard livery at Adelaide West Beach Airport, February 1996.

(R. N. Smith Collection Copyright Image 0414-078.)

VH-NJM. Australian air Express - in the standard livery at Adelaide West Beach Airport, October 2009.

(R. N. Smith Collection Copyright Image 0414-301.)