ZK-MCX. Aerospatiale ATR-72-212A-500. c/n 687.
Was also registered as: S2-AJM.
This aircraft was ordered new by Air New Zealand - ?
Built by Avion de Transport Regional (ATR) at Toulouse, France
First flown (T1) Toulouse (Blagnac) - Toulouse (Blagnac) as 'F-WWEJ' - July 01, 2002
Entered onto the French Aircraft Register as F-WQMN - July 2002
Accepted by Air New Zealand at Toulouse (Blagnac) - July 2002
Departed Toulouse on the delivery flight to New Zealand as SXI? - July 2002
It arrived at Christchurch on completion of the delivery flight - July 23, 2002
Cancelled from the French Aircraft Register - July 23, 2002
Route: Toulouse - Alexandria - Al Ain - Nagpur - Penang - Kupang - Brisbane - Christchurch
Entered onto the New Zealand Aircraft Register as ZK-MCX - July 24, 2002
Registered to Mount Cook Airline Limited, Christchurch, New Zealand
Operated its first Mount Cook revenue service Christchurch - ? as NZ? - July 2002
Operated its final Mount Cook revenue service Dunedin - Christchurch as NZ5752 - August 08, 2019
It was withdrawn from service and stored at Christchurch
Cancelled from the New Zealand Aircraft Register - November 09, 2019
Entered onto the Bangladesh Aircraft Register as S2-AJM - ?
Registered to NovoAir, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Current status - ?
ZK-MCX. Air New Zealand - in the 'Pacific Wave' livery with additional 'Mount Cook Airline Ltd' titles at Christchurch Airport, April 25, 2012.
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ZK-MCX. Air New Zealand Link - in the modified 'Pacific Wave' livery with additional 'Mount Cook Airline Ltd' titles at Christchurch Airport, August 11, 2018.
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