VH-NJU. de Havilland DHC-8-311B. c/n 401. Was also registered as: VH-JSU.


 

Construction completed at the Downsview plant - May 04, 1995

Entered onto the Canadian Aircraft Register as C-GFYI - ?

Registered to de Havilland Canada

First flown as C-GFYI - May 1995

Powered by Pratt & Whitney Canada PWC123B turboprop engines

Aircraft was intended for South African Express but was not taken up

Accepted by National Jet Systems at Downsville - June 02, 1995

Cancelled from the Canadian Aircraft Register - June 16, 1995

Entered onto the Australian Aircraft Register as VH-NJU - June 20, 1995

Leased to National Jet Systems, Adelaide as registered operator

Reregistered as VH-JSU - December 28, 1995

Returned to de Havilland Corporation - June 13, 1997

Withdrawn from use and stored at Maastricht, Netherlands

Cancelled from the Australian Aircraft Register - June 13, 1997

Entered onto the United States Aircraft Register as N7985B - June 17, 1997

Ownership transferred to Bombardier Aircraft Trading - January 1998

Leased to Royal Wings - January 18, 1998

Cancelled from the United States Aircraft Register - February 18, 1998

Entered onto the Jordanian Aircraft Register as JY-RWB - ?

Returned to lessor on termination of lease - November 2006

Lased to Air Niugini - December 2006

Entered onto the Papua New Guinea Aircraft Register as P2-ANN - ?

Current with Air Niugini

 


 

C-GFYI. National Jet - in the Qantas livery at Adelaide Airport, June 1995.

VH-NJU. National Jet - in the standard livery at Adelaide Airport, June 1995.

VH-JSU. National Jet - in the standard livery at Adelaide Airport, October 1995.
VH-JSU. National Jet - in the standard livery at Adelaide Airport, date unknown.
VH-JSU. National Jet - in the standard livery at Adelaide Airport, date unknown.
JY-RWB. Royal Wings - in the full livery at an unknown airport, June 2006.