VH-NJW. British Aerospace 146-100. c/n E1223.

 

Rolled off the British Aerospace production line at Hatfield - 1993

Powered by four Textron Lycoming ALF507-1F engines

First flown as 'G-6-223' at Hatfield - August 24, 1993

Entered onto the United States Aircraft Register as N832BE - September 09, 1993

Registered to First Security Bank of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah

Leased to Business Express as the registered operator

Delivered to Business Express Airlines - September 11, 1993

Returned to lessor on the termination of the lease - March 1996

Ferried Keflavik - Woodford on return to British Aerospace - March 09, 1996

Cancelled from the United States Aircraft Register - ?

Repainted at Woodford in preparation for lease to Air Baltic

Entered onto the Latvian Aircraft Register as YL-BAK - March 1996

Departed Woodford on delivery to Air Baltic - March 19, 1996

Observed at London (Gatwick) Airport as YL-BAK with Air Baltic - March 24, 1996

Aircraft named 'Kurzeme' and observed as such at Frankfurt Airport - August 02, 1996

Leased terminated and aircraft returned to the United Kingdom - ?

Observed at East Midlands Airport with registration marks 'VH-NJW' - September 09, 1997

Observed at East Midlands Airport as YL-BAK with 'VH-NJW' taped over - September 11, 1997

Returned to British Aerospace - September 12, 1997

Departed East Midlands Airport on the ferry flight to Australia as BT19071 - September 12, 1997

Arrived Australia on completion of the ferry flight - ?

Entered onto the Australian Aircraft Register as VH-NJW - September 24, 1997

Registered to British AerospaceAsset Management Jet

Leased to National Jet Systems Pty Ltd as the registered operator

Sub-leased to Norfolk Jet Express - May 25, 1998

Observed in service with Norfolk Jet Express - June 02, 1998

Operated final Norfolk Jet Express service Norfolk Island - Brisbane as NC86 - March 21, 1999

Returned to National Jet Express in Brisbane on termination of the lease - March 21, 1999

Observed at Brisbane in the Air Nuigini livery - May 05, 1999

Leased to Air Nuigini - May 10, 1999

Operated first revenue service Cairns - Port Moresby as ? - May 10, 1999

Returned to National Jet Systems on termination of the lease - January 30, 2000

Departed Perth on the ferry flight to United Kingdom - March 03, 2000

Arrived Woodford on completion of the ferry flight - March 14, 2000

Cancelled from the Australian Aircraft Register - July 19, 2005

Entered onto the British Aircraft Register with temporary registration G-6-223 - ?

Observed at Woodford as 'EI-CUO' with Alitalia titles and Azzurra Airways logo - March 23, 2000

Entered onto the British Aircraft Register as G-BZFA - March 29, 2000

Registered to Trident Jet Leasing (Ireland) Ltd

Cancelled from the British Aircraft Register - April 07, 2000

Entered onto the Irish Aircraft Register as EI-CUO - April 07, 2000

Registered to Peregrine Aviation Company Ltd

Leased to Azzurra Air as registered operator

Ferried Woodford - Milan on delivery to Azzurra Air - April 07, 2000

Cancelled from the Irish Aircraft Register - October 18, 2001

Entered onto the Latvian Aircraft Register as YL-BAK - October 18, 2001

Leased to Latvia Airlines as registered operator

Observed at Copenhagen in all-white livery on return to Air Baltic - November 18, 2001

Sub-leased to Druk Air - April 28, 2002

Observed at Bangkok in all-white livery with Druk Air titles - July 06, 2002

Returned to Air Baltic on termination of the lease - February 02, 2003

Observed at Exeter in all-white livery after return to Air Baltic - February 14, 2003

Observed in all-white livery stored at Exeter - March 01, 2003

Ferried Exeter - Riga in all-white livery as YL-BAK for Air Baltic - May 24, 2003

Observed at Helsinki with red ballerina logo on tail - March 17, 2004

Observed parked in all-white livery at Exeter - February 22, 2005

Ferried Exeter - Kemble for storage as BT19801 - July 12, 2005

Returned to Trident Turboprop (Dublin) Ltd and placed in storage as YL-BAK - July 15, 2005

Cancelled from the Latvian Aircraft Register - ?

Entered onto the British Aircraft Register as G-BFZA - August 10, 2005

Registered to Trident Turboprop (Dublin) Ltd

Observed stored at Kemble as YL-BAK - September 14, 2005

Observed at Norwich - August 10, 2006

Cancelled from the British Aircraft Register - November 08, 2006

Entered onto the Swedish Aircraft Register as SE-DJX - November 17, 2006

Registered to Trident Turboprop Ltd

Sub-leased to Air One(Italy) - November 2006

Observed at London (City) Airport in all-white livery with Air One tail logo - November 21, 2006

Aircraft also carried small 'Operated by Transwede' titles

Observed at Milan Airport in all-white livery with Air One nose titles and tail logo - March 22, 2007

Observed at Dusseldorf Airport in all-white livery with small Transwede titles - January 25, 2008

Aircraft returned to Transwede on terminatuon of sub-lease to Air One - February 08, 2008

Observed at London City Airport operating S.A.S. flight - October 21, 2008

Sub-leased to Malmo Aviation in all-white livery with small titles - November 25, 2008

Returned to Transwede on termination of sub-lease to Malmo Aviation - December 2009

Observed parked at Southend - December 17, 2009

Cancelled from the Swedish Aircraft Register - February 08, 2010

Entered onto the British Aircraft Register as G-BZFA - February 09, 2010

Registered to Trident Turboprop (Dublin) Ltd

Ferried Southend - Bacau for storage - March 23, 2010

Stored at Bacau, Romania as G-BZFA - 2012

 

VH-NJW. National Jet - in the standard livery at Brisbane Airport, June 02, 1998.

(R. N. Smith Collection Copyright Image 0414-235.)

SE-DJX. Air One - in the white livery at Milan Airport, February 2007.

(R. N. Smith Collection Copyright Image 0414-305.)

SE-DJX. Transwede - in the all-white livery at Milan Airport, November 2008.

(R. N. Smith Collection Copyright Image 0414-304.)