VH-BHD. Douglas C-47A-30-DK. c/n 13982-25427.
It was also registered as: VH-INM.
The constructionof this aircraft was completed at the Douglas Oklahoma City plant - July 1944
It was built as a Douglas C-47A-30-DK
Allocated the U. S. serial number '43-48166'
Delivered to United States Army Air Force - July 17, 1944
Transferred to Pacific Air Transport Command, Manila, Philippines - August 23, 1944
Withdrawn from use and stored at Tacloban, Philippines - February 28, 1946
Sold to the Zinc Corporation - November 29, 1946
Entered onto the Australian Aircraft Register as VH-BHD - February 28, 1947
Registered to Zinc Corp Ltd
Operated by Silver City Airways (Australia) Ltd in a mixed passenger / freight configuration
Leased to Qantaas Empire Airways Ltd - February 28, 1947 - 1948
Sold to Australian National Airways - September 1949
Reregistered as VH-INM - September 09, 1949
Registered to Australian National Airways Pty Ltd. Melbourne
It was reconfigured to seat 24 passengers
It was named 'Iragana' (high)
The 'VH-IN' registration block was chosen from Ivan N. Holyman's first two initials
Operated A.N.A.'s inaugural Melbourne (Essendon) - Sale - Bairnsdale service - March 27, 1950
Operated by Guinea Airways Ltd - 1950
Sold to Air Outre Mer, Hanoi - June 17, 1953
Cancelled from the Australian Aircraft Register - June 17, 1953
Entered onto the French Aircraft Register as F-OANI - June 1953
Registered to Air Outre Mer - July 30, 1953
Registered to Cie de Transport Serien et de Commerce when airline changed its name - September 03, 1953
Damaged by rebels at Gia Zain Airport - March 04, 1954
Transferred to Cie Cherifienne du Pont Aerien (subsidiary of Air Outre Mer) - October 03, 1954
Sold to Deutsche Lufthansa AG - June 01, 1955
Entered onto the German Aircraft Register as D-CADO - ?
Registered to Bavaria Flugesellschaft GmbH, Munchen, Germany - November 02, 1960
Traded in to the British Aircraft Corporation - March 14, 1967
Prepared for delivery to the South Arabian Air Force as '201'
Test flown in England as 'G-41-167'
Delivered to the South Yemen Air Force - July 28, 1967
Sold to National Jet Charter, Jakarta, Indonesia - 1974
Entered onto the Indonesian Aircraft Register as PK-WWI - ?
The aircraft was named 'The Asean Spirit'
Observed stored engineless at Kemorayan Airport, Indonesia - June 1985
The aircraft's Certificate of Airworthiness expired - October 03, 1989
Observed in storage at Kemorayan Airport - 1994
Current status - ?