ZK-NER. de Havilland Canada DHC-8-311B. c/n 374.

 

This aircraft was rolled out of the de Havilland Canada Downsview plant - May 27, 1994

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

Registered to de Havilland Canada, Downsview

First flown as 'C-GFHZ' - May 1994

Powered by Pratt & Whitney Canada PWC123E turboprop engines

Accepted by South African Express Airlines at Downsview - June 07, 1994

Entered onto the South African Aircraft Register as ZS-NMC - ?

Withdrawn from service by SA Express - December 1997

Returned to Bombardier Aircraft Trading - January 1998

Cancelled from the South African Aircraft Register - January 28, 1998

Entered onto the Canadian Aircraft Register as C-GBZV - February 1998

Registered to Bombardier Aircraft Inc, Downsview

Sold to First Security Bank, Salt Lake City, Utah - November 09, 1998

Entered onto the United States Aircraft Register as N374SC - ?

Leased to Ansett New Zealand - January 2000

Delivery flight: Calgary - Anchorage - Petropavlovsk - Saipan - Honiara - Norfolk Island

Accepted by Ansett New Zealand at Norfolk Island - March 03, 2000

Ferried Norfolk Island - Christchurch on delivery to Ansett New Zealand - March 03, 2000

Entered onto the New Zealand Aircraft Register as ZK-NER - March 04, 2000

Registered to Ansett New Zealand Limited

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Painted into the Ansett New Zealand livery prior to test flight - March 08, 2000

Operated first revenue service Christchurch - Wellington as AN690 - March 13, 2000

Repainted into the Qantas New Zealand livery - July 28, 2000

This was the first aircraft to be rolled out in this livery

Registered to Tasman Pacific Airlines of N.Z. t/a 'Qantas New Zealand' - August 08, 2000

Ansett New Zealand ceased operations - September 03, 2000

Tasman Pacific Airlines of NZ began operating as Qantas New Zealand - September 04, 2000

Qantas New Zealand ceased operations - April 21, 2001

The aircraft was placed in open storage at Christchurch - April 21, 2001

Registered to Bombardier Capital, Auckland - June 22, 2001

Registered to Origin Pacific Airways Ltd - July 13, 2001

Leased to Origin Pacific Airways Ltd as registered operator - July 15, 2001

Operated first revenue service Christchurch - Wellington as QO3112 - July 16, 2001

This was Origin Pacific's first DHC-8-300 service

Repainted into the standard Origin Pacific livery - ?

Returned to Bombardier Capital and cancelled from the New Zealand Aircraft Register - January 30, 2002

Sold to Wells Fargo Bank Northwest NA Trustee, Salt Lake City, Utah - January 31, 2002

Entered onto the United States Aircraft Register as N782BC - January 31, 2002

Departed Christchurch on the ferry flight to Calgary - February 08, 2002

Arrived Calgary on completion of the ferry flight for storage - February 19, 2002

Observed stored at Calgary in a bare-metal finish - June 2003

Registered to Bombardier Services Corporation, Colchester, VT - March 05, 2004

Ferried Calgary - Great Falls, MT for legal reason prior to reregistering the aircraft - February 02, 2005

Cancelled from the United States Aircraft Register - February 02, 2005

Entered onto the Canadian Aircraft Register as C-FDYW - February 02, 2005

Ferried Great Falls - Calgary - February 02, 2005

Registered to Bombardier Inc, Downsview, Ontario - February 09, 2005

Observed at Calgary with 'United Nations Humanitarian Air Services' titles in black - February 2005

Leased to DAC Aviation International, Kenya

Observed at Calgary awaiting the ferry flight to Kenya - April 2005

Departed Montreal on the ferry flight to Kenya - September 02, 2005

Arrived Nairobi on completion of the ferry flight - September 04, 2005

Entered onto the Kenyan Aircraft Register as 5Y-MOC - September 05, 2005

Observed operating UN Humanitarian Air Services - 2009

Cancelled from the Kenyan Aircraft Register - 2016

Entered onto the United States Aircraft Register as N308H - August 21, 2017

Registered to Dynamic Aviation Group Inc, Bridgewater, VA

Current with Dynamic Aviation - 2018