VH-XNG. Fokker F28-1035. c/n 11038.


 

Entered onto the Dutch Aircraft Register as PH-EXM with export registration E-245 - March 7, 1971

First flown as PH-EXM - October 12, 1971

Registered to Fokker-VFW NV

Delivered to Fairchild-Hiller - February 23, 1972

Cancelled from the Dutch Aircraft Register - April 4, 1973

Aircraft had flown 4 hours with 8 cycles with Fairchild Hiller - April 11, 1973

Entered onto the Canadian Aircraft Register as CF-TAY - April 12, 1973

Leased to Tansair Canada as registered operator

Sold to Transair Canada - March 1, 1974

Aircraft was named 'Fort Resolution'

Aircraft was reregistered as C-FTAY

Withdrawn from service - February 1979

Aircraft had flown 13,748 hours with 15,533 cycles - February 22, 1979

Sold to Air Niugini - February 23, 1979

Entered onto the Papua New Guinea Aircraft Register as P2-ANF - February 23, 1979

Aircraft had flown 41,013 hours with 50,206 cycles - June 30, 1993

Operated final Air Niugini revenue service Kavieng - Port Moresby - February 9, 2004

Withdrawn from use and stored at Port Moresby - February 9, 2004

Sold to Aviation Australia Pty Ltd - February 2004

Ferried Port Moresby - Brisbane - February 2004

Cancelled from the Papua New Guinea Aircraft Register - April 22, 2004

Entered onto the Australian Aircraft Register as VH-XNG - April 22, 2004

Registered to Aviation Australia Pty Ltd, Eagle Farm, Brisbane

Stored at Brisbane Airport and used for apprentice training

Registered to Aviation Australia Pty Ltd - April 11, 2006

Current with Aviation Australia - 2010

 


 

C-FTAY. Transair - in the old livery at an unknown airport, February 1978.

P2-ANF. Air Niugini - in the old livery at Brisbane Airport, August 1987.

P2-ANF. Air Niugini - in the revised livery at Port Moresby Airport, August 1992.
P2-ANF. Air Niugini - in the revised livery at Port Moresby Airport, August 1992.