VH-FXF. Fokker F28-0100. c/n 11494.
This aircraft was originally ordered by Saudia Arabian Airlines but was later cancelled
Temporary export registration E-1401 / PH-EZO applied to the aircraft - April 05, 1995
Temporary export registration E-1401 / PH-EZO reserved by Fokker Aircraft B.V. - April 06, 1995
First flown as PH-EZO in Air Inter livery - June 26, 1995
Powered by Rolls Royce Tay 650-15 engines
Aircraft cleared for export to France - June 30, 1995
Temporary export registration E-1401 / PH-EZO removed from the aircraft - July 06, 1995
Accepted by Air Inter at Amsterdam (Schiphol) - July 06, 1995
Entered onto the French Aircraft Register as F-GPXD - July 11, 1995
Registered to France Aircraft Finance V, B.V.
Air Inter was renamed Air France Europe - January 01, 1996
Sold to Lufthansa Leasing Charlie India GmbH - ?
Leased to Brit Air in the Air France livery with Brit Air titles - March 25, 1999
Registration 'PH-ABX' reserved by France Aircraft Finance III BV - August 17, 2011
Ferried Morlain - Norwich in Air France livery on return to the lessor - October 14, 2011
Observed at Norwich in all-white livery as 'F-GPXD' - October 31, 2011
Observed at Norwich as 'PH-ABX' - December 22, 2011
Entered onto the Dutch Aircraft Register as PH-ABX - January 24, 2012
Registered to France Aircraft Finance V, BV
Departed Norwich on the ferry flight to Australia in an all-white livery - January 31, 2012
Arrived Perth (12:41 local) on completion of the ferry flight - February 3, 2012
Ferry route: Norwich - Trabazon - Mala Mala - Nagpur - Penang - Halim - Perth
The ferry flight was carried out to Southern Cross Aviation as SXI-1215
Cancelled from the Dutch Aircraft Register - February 14, 2012
Entered onto the Australian Aircraft Register as VH-FXF - February 29, 2012
Registered to Skywest Airlines (Singapore) Pte Ltd
Leased to Skywest Airlines (Australia) Pty Ltd as the registered operator
This aircraft was purchased as a source of spare parts and was not intended to enter service
Was entered onto the Australian Aircraft Register to allow Australian licenced engineers to remove parts
Stored at Perth Airport for the cannibalisation of parts
This aircraft was cut up on site for scrap and all trace of it removed - May 25, 2017
PH-EZO. Air Inter - in the standard livery at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, July 1995.
(R. N. Smith Collection Copyright Image 1995-564.)
F-GPXD. Air Inter Europe - in the Air France livery at Paris Orly Airport, February 1997.
(C. Laugier Copyright Image 1995-551.)
F-GPXD. Air France Brit Air - in the Air France livery at an unknown airport, November 2001.
(R. N. Smith Collection Copyright Image 1995-552.)
VH-FXF. Skywest - in the all-white livery at Perth Airport, June 12, 2016.
(J. A. Fox Copyright Image 1995-874.)