VH-CHM. (ntu) Lockheed 188C Electra. c/n 1112.


 

Ordered new by Northwest Airlines - November 26, 1958

Entered onto the United States Aircraft Register as N129US - ?

First flown - November 25, 1959

Delivered to Northwest Airlinesat Burbank, California - December 15, 1959

Entered the Lockheed (LEAP) Program as LEAP #113 NWA-7 - March 28, 1961

LEAP modification completed - April 24, 1961

Sold to International Skyways Inc - January 20, 1970

Reregistered as N777DP - April 22, 1970

Sold to Pignatari SA, Brasil - October 04, 1971

Cancelled from the United States Aircraft Register - ?

Entered onto the Brazilian Aircraft Register as PT-DZK - ?

Sold to Omni Aircraft Sales - 1975

Entered onto the United States Aircraft Register as N8LG - ?

Sold to Wayne J. Hilmer - December 1976

Leased to Cathederal of Tomorrow Inc - January 1977

Leased to Rex Humbard Foundation - September 02, 1981

Rergistered as N360Q - ?

Sold to JBQ Aviation Corp and leased to TPI International Airways - May 1985

Leased to Air Bridge Carriers - June 06, 1989

Reregistered as N360WS - November 1989

Leased to Air Bridge, United Kingdom

Reregistered as N360Q - December 1992

Leased to Channel Express - September 1993

Leased to Air Atlantique - December 1993

Leased to Charrak Air, Australia - April 1996

Arrived Cairns at conclusion of ferry flight from the United States - April 22, 1996

Ferry route: Roswell - San Diego - Maui - Majuro - Cairns

Was to be placed onto the Australian Aircraft Register as VH-CHM but registration was not taken up - January 1997

Departed Cairns for overhaul in the United States - January 16, 1997

The lease to Charrak Air was not renewed

Leased to Channel Express - February 1997

Returned to Renown Aviation - December 23, 1999

Cancelled from the United States Aircraft Register - January 23, 2003

Sold Air Spray (1967) Ltd of Red Deer, Alberta, Canada - September 18, 2003

Entered onto the Canadian Aircraft Register as C-GYVI - September 18, 2003

Registered Air Spray (1967) Ltd, Edmonton, Canada

Aircraft destined to be converted to water tanker configuration at Red Deer - August 2004

For service with Air Spray as 'Tanker 83'

Withdrawn from service at Red Deer - 2007

Used as a source of spare parts at Industrial Airport, Red Deer, Edmonton, Canada - 2007

Certificate of Registration renewed - March 13, 2012

 


 

N8LG. Cathederal of Tomorrow - in the executive livery at Melbourne Airport, June 1977.
N8LG. Omni Aviation - in the executive livery a an t unknown airport, May 1979.
N8LG. Omni Aviation - in the executive livery at an unknown airport, June 1979.

N8LG. Rex Humbard Foundation - in the revised executive livery at an unknown airport, May 1983.

 

N8LG. Wild Heart Airlines - in the revised executive livery at an unknown airport, November 1983.
 

N360Q. TPI - in the standard livery at an unknown airport, July 1988.

N360Q. TPI Air Bridge - in the standard TPI livery a an t unknown airport, July 1989.

 
 

N360WS. Air Bridge - in the standard livery at an unknown airport, February 1990.

N360WS. Air Bridge - in the standard livery at an unknown airport, May 1990.

 

N360Q. Air Atlantique - in the standard livery at an unknown airport, April 1994.

N360Q. Air Atlantique - in the partial livery at unknown airport, date unknown.

N360Q. Air Atlantique - in the partial livery at unknown airport, date unknown.

N360Q. Charrak - in the all-white livery at Brisbane Airport, May 1996.

N360Q. Charrak - in the all-white livery at Brisbane Airport, May 1996.

N360Q. Charrak - in the all-white livery at Brisbane Airport, May 1996.

N360Q. Charrak - in the all-white livery at Brisbane Airport, May 1996.

N360Q. Charrak - in the all-white livery at Brisbane Airport, May 1996.

N360Q. Charrak - in the all-white livery at Brisbane Airport, May 1996.

N360Q. Charrak - in the all-white livery at Brisbane Airport, May 1996.

N360Q. Channel Express - in the standard livery at Coventry Airport, August 1997.
N360Q. Channel Express - in the standard livery at Southend Airport, September 1997.
 
C-GYVI. Air Spray - in the white livery at Red Deer Airport, July 2008.