VH-TNU. de Havilland DHC-8-102. c/n 203.


 

Ordered new by Tyrolean Airways

Construction completed at the Downsview plant - March 1990

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

Registered to de Havilland Canada

First flown with the test registration C-GLOT - March 21, 1990

Powered by PWC PW120A turboprop engines

Configured to seat 36 passengers

Accepted by Tyrolean Airways at Downsview - March 30, 1990

Entered onto the Austrian Aircraft Register as OE-LLM - ?

Sold to Bombardier Inc - November 1994

Leased to Sunstate Airlines - November 28, 1994

Entered onto the Australian Aircraft Register as VH-TNU - November 28, 1994

Registered to Sunstate Airlines, Brisbane

Sub-leased to Eastern Australia Airlines - June 21, 1995

Retruned to Sunstate Airlines - October 21, 1995

Sub-leased to Southern Australia Airlines - October 22, 1995

Returned to Sunstate Airlines - November 21, 1995

Involved in a separation incident at Brisbane Airport - August 3, 1998

To view the ATSB report on this incident please click 'HERE'

Withdrawn from QantasLink / Sunstate service - March 2006

Ferried Brisbane - Cairns as QF6500 - April 4, 2006

Cancelled from the Australian Aircraft Register - April 5, 2006

Prepared for delivery to Kenya by Hawker Pacific

Entered onto the Kenyan Aircraft Register as 5Y-BTZ - May 3, 2006

Current with Air Kenya

 


 

VH-TNU. Sunstate - in the Qantas livery at Brisbane Airport, July 1998.

VH-TNU. Sunstate - in the Qantas livery at Brisbane Airport, July 1998.

VH-TNU. QantasLink - in the Qantas livery at Brisbane Airport, date unknown.