VH-NUO. Fokker F28-070. c/n 11529.

Was also registered as: PK-JGI; PH-WXF; OE-LFI.


This aircraft was ordered new by Sempati Air Transport - ?

The temporary export registration 'E-1372 / PH-EZL' was applied to the aircraft - November 10, 1994

The temporary export registration 'E-1372 / PH-EZL' was reserved by Fokker Aircraft B.V. - November 14, 1994

First flown as 'PH-EZL' in the Sempati Air Transport livery - February 02, 1995

Powered by Rolls Royce Tay 620-15 engines

It was cleared for export to Indonesia - March 08, 1995

The temporary export registration 'E-1372 / PH-EZL' was removed from the aircraft - March 09, 1995

Entered onto the Indonesian Aircraft Register as PK-JGI - March 09, 1995

Registered to East Midlands Aircraft Finance III BV

Leased to Sempati Air Transport as the registered operator

Accepted by Sempati Air Transport at Amsterdam (Schiphol) - March 09, 1995

Departed Amsterdam (Schiphol) on the ferry flight to Indonesia - March 1995

Operated its first revenue service - March 1995

The aircraft was damaged at Selaparang / Mataram - November 04, 1996

Whilst approaching the terminal the left wing struck a ground power unit

No injuries were sustained by the 58 passengers and 6 crew members

It was repaired and returned to service - ?

It was withdrawn from service and stored - ?

Cancelled from the Indonesian Aircraft Register - September 19, 1997

Entered onto the Dutch Aircraft Register as PH-WXF - September 19, 1997

Registered to East Midlands Aircraft Finance III BV, BvL5457

It arrived at Amsterdam (Schiphol) on completion of the ferry flight from Indonesia - September 21, 1997

Ferried Amsterdam (Schiphol) - Woensdrecht in Tyrolean livery - October 12, 1998

Cancelled from the Dutch Aircraft Register - October 14, 1998

Entered onto the Austrian Aircraft Register as OE-LFI - October 1998

Registered to Tyrolean Airways

The aircraft was named 'Stadt Klagenfurt'

Tyrolean Airways was acquired by Austrian Airlines - March 1998

In an attempt to consolidate its brand 'Tyrolean Airways' was renamed 'Austrian Arrows' - 2003

Management of 'Austrian Arrows' was carried out independently from the Tyrolean base at Innsbruck

The 'Austrian Arrows' livery was chosen to closely match that of the Austrian Airlines Group

It was observed at Amsterdam (Schiphol) in the Austrian Arrows livery - October 05, 2003

Flights by the Austrian Airlines Group were carried out by Tyrolean Airways - July 01, 2012

This consolidation was a major effort to save Austrian Airlines from bankruptcy

Tyrolean Airways flight operations were reintegrated into Austrian Airlines - October 2014

All aircraft, flight operations and crew members were transferred back to Austrian Airlines - March 31, 2015

Tyrolean Airways was then dissolved having saved Austrian Airlines from bankruptcy

Operated its final Austrian Airlines revenue service - ?

The aircraft was sold to Alliance Airlines Slovakia - ?

It was observed at Bratislava in the 'Austrian Arrows' livery - January 13, 2018

Cancelled from the Austrian Aircraft Register - ?

Entered onto the Australian Aircraft Register as VH-NUO - February 18, 2019

Registered to Alliance Airlines Pty Limited, Eagle Farm, Brisbane

Current status - ?



OE-LFI. Austrian Arrows - in the standard livery at an unknown airport, April 2004.

(C. Witt Copyright Image 1996-263.)

OE-LFI. Austrian Arrows - in the standard livery at an unknown airport, February 2005.

(R. N. Smith Collection Copyright Image 1996-262.)