VH-QQI. de Havilland DHC-8-102. c/n 117.


 

Construction completed and rolled out - September 26, 1988

First flown as C-GEOA - ?

Powered by Pratt & Whitney Canada PWC120A turboprop engines

Entered onto the U. S. Aircraft Register as N927HA - September 1988

Registered to - ?

Leased to Henson Airlines as registered operator

Sold to Westinghouse Electric Corporation - May 1993

Leased to Henson Airlines as registered operator

Henson Airlines was renamed Piedmont Airlines - July 1, 1993

Registered to Viacom Inc - October 31, 2002

Leased to Piedmont Commuter Airlines as registered operator

Registered to Westinghouse Aircraft Leasing Inc - December 31, 2002

Leased to Piedmont Commuter Airlines as registered operator

Returned to Westinghouse Aircraft Leasing on termination of lease - June 2003

Leased to Westpoint Airlines as registered operator - September 25, 2003

Returned to lessor on termination of lease - August 2004

Cancelled from the U. S. Aircraft Register - August 2004

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

Registered to - ?

Leased to Regional 1 Airlines as registered operator

Leased to Provincial Airlines as registered operator - March 2, 2005

Returned to Regional 1 Airlines on termination of lease - April 12, 2006

Leased to Provincial Airlines as registered operator - April 23, 2009

Withdrawn from service and stored - May 2010

Prepared for lease to Skytrans Pty Ltd, Australia - June 2010

Cancelled from the Canadian Aircraft Register - ?

Entered onto the Australian Aircraft Register as VH-QQI - July 13, 2010

Registered to Wells Fargo Bank Northwest N/A

Leased to Skytrans Pty Ltd as registered operator

Current with Skytrans