VH-EWW. Fokker F.27-5293F. c/n 10637.


Entered onto Dutch Aircraft Register as PH-EXE - May 3, 1982

Registered to Fokker BV

Registration marks applied to aircraft - May 4, 1982

First flown as PH-EXE - August 3, 1982

Aircraft was intented for Air Zaire, and then Air Sinai but not taken up

Stored at Ypenburg, Holland until purchased by East West

Entered onto Australian Aircraft Register as VH-EWW - September 30, 1983

Registered to East West Airlines (Operations) Ltd

Cancelled from Dutch Aircraft Register - September 30, 1983

Accepted by East West at Schiphol - October 2, 1983

Departed Schiphol on delivery flight to Australia - October 2, 1983

Arrived Tamworth at conclusion of delivery flight - October 10, 1983

Flight crew: Capts A. Clayton, S. Spence, A. Richards; F/E Dean

Aircraft was named 'City of Devonport'

Operated first revenue service - October 15, 1983

Withdrawn from service and stored Tamworth - April 10, 1989 to May 25, 1989

Returned to service - May 26, 1989 to August 23, 1989

Leased to Charter Cruise Air - May 17, 1990 to June 30, 1990

Departed Tamworth on delivery flight to Exeter, England - December 10, 1990

Arrived Exeter at conclusion of delivery flight - December 12, 1990

Cancelled from Australian Aircraft Register - December 27, 1990

Entered onto U.K. Aircraft Register as G-JEAF - January 2, 1991

Leased then sold to Jersey European Airways

Entered onto Danish Aircraft Register as OY-SRD - September 23, 1994

Cancelled from U.K. Aircraft Register - September 23, 1994

Leased to Star Air A/S - September 20, 1994 to August 19, 1996

Cancelled from Danish Aircraft Register - August 19, 1996

Entered onto U.K. Aircraft Register as G-JEAF - September 15, 1996

Withdrawn from use and stored at Exeter - July 1999

Registered to BAC Leasing & Sales Ltd - August 13, 1999

Leased to European Regional Carrier (Eureka) - 1999 to September 27, 2000

Returned to BAC Express Airlines

Converted to freighter configuration by Caledonia Airmotive

Appeared in full BAC Express colors at Aberdeen, Scotland - January 18, 2001

Aircraft named 'Highland Trader'

Entered onto Italian Aircraft Register as I-SIXA - April 26, 2001

Registered to Locafit SpA, Italy

Leased to Six Cargo - April 26, 2001

Registered to SixCargo SpA - June 4, 2001

Cancelled from U.K. Aircraft Register - June 26, 2001

Returned to BAC Leasing & Sales Ltd - November 2001

Leased to BAC Express Airlines - November 25 to December 25, 2001

Leased to SixCargo S.A.I. SpA (cargo division of Clubair Sixgo SpA) - 2002

Aircraft named 'Madame Olsen'

Sub-leased to Vernikos Aviation S.A. t/a Ver-Avia - November 2, 2004

Current


VH-EWW. East West - in the final livery at Melbourne Airport, February 1984.

VH-EWW. East West - in the final livery at Sydney Airport, May 1984.

VH-EWW. East West - in the final livery at Sydney Airport, August 1984.

VH-EWW. East West - in the final livery at Sydney Airport, January 1985.

VH-EWW. East West - in the final livery at Melbourne Airport, June 1987.

VH-EWW. East West - with '40 Years' sticker by rear door at Inverell Airport, September 1987.

VH-EWW. East West - with '40 Years' sticker by rear door at Brisbane Airport, December 1987.

VH-EWW. East West - in the final livery at Melbourne Airport, February 1988.

G-JEAF. Jersey European - in the full livery at an unknown airport, August 1991.

G-JEAF. Jersey European - in the full livery at Jersey Airport, May 1994.

G-JEAF. Jersey European - in the full livery at Jersey Airport, June 1994.

G-JEAF. Jersey European - in the full livery, location and date unknown.

 

OY-SRD. Star Air - in the basic white livery without titles at unknown airport, November 1994.

OY-SRD. Star Air - in the basic white livery without titles at unknown airport, November 1994.

OY-SRD. Star Air - in the full white livery at unknown airport, July 1995.

G-JEAF. EuReKa - in the basic Star Air livery at unknown airport, October 1999.

I-SIXA. Six Cargo - in basic BAC Express livery at unknown airport, December 2001.

I-SIXA. Six Cargo - in basic BAC Express livery at unknown airport, February 2002.

I-SIXA. Six Cargo - in the new livery at Berlin's Tegel Airport, June 2005.

I-SIXA. Six Cargo - in the new livery at unknown airport, July 2005.

I-SIXA. Six Cargo - in the new livery at unknown airport, August 2005.