VH-JGB. Embraer 135LR. c/n 145728.

 

This aircraft was ordered by - ?

Rolled off the production line at Sao Jose dos Campos, Brazil - ?

First flown as PT-SHE - ?

Powered by Rolls Royce AN AE3007A/3 engines

Accepted by Charlie Papa Operations (Corporate Shuttle) at Sao Jose dos Campos - May 30, 2003

Entered onto the United States Aircraft Register as N202CP - ?

Registered to Charlie Papa Operations LLC

Sold to Wilmington Trust Company - October 03, 2008

Reregistered as N135SZ - October 03, 2008

Registered to Wilmington Trust Company

Withdrawn from service and placed in open storage at Montreal - October 2008

Observed stored at Montreal with all windows taped up - December 02, 2008

Removed from storage and test flown at Montreal - March 2011

Registered to Luxos Corporation - May 11, 2011

Sold by Goodrich Aircraft Inc to SRF Aircraft Services Inc - October 05, 2011

Sold to MH Consulting LLC, Birmingham, Alabama - July 19, 2012

Registered to MH Coinsulting LLC, Birmingham, Alabama - August 20, 2012

Sold to Wells Fargo Bank Northwest NA Trustee, Salt Lake City, Utah - September 04, 2012

Registered to Wells Fargo Bank Northwest NA Trustee, Salt Lake City, Utah - September 17, 2012

Cancelled from the United States Aircraft Register - October 30, 2012

Entered onto the Australian Aircraft Register as VH-JGB - November 01, 2012

Registered to Wells Fargo Bank Northwest NA Trustee, Salt Lake City, Utah

Leased to Jetgo Australia Holdings Pty Ltd, Yeppoon, Queensland as the registered operator

The aircraft was observed at Orlando, Florida in the JetGo livery - November 01, 2012

Departed Orlando on the ferry flight to Australia - November 03, 2012

Arrived Brisbane on completion of the ferry flight - November 14, 2012

Ferry route: Orlando - Bangor - Buffalo Narrows - Reykjavik - Nuremburg - Cairo - ? - Banda Ache -

Singapore (Seletar) - Denpasar - Darwin - Rockhampton - Brisbane

Registered to Jetgo Australia Holdings Pty Ltd, Sydney - July 24, 2015

Current with JetGo

 

VH-JGB. JetGo - in the standard livery at Melbourne Essendon Airport, July 04, 2013.

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