ZK-MVB. Aerospatiale ATR-72-212A-600. c/n 1065.
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-WWEB' - December 15, 2012
Entered onto the French Aircraft Register as F-WKVB - December 21, 2012
Accepted by Air New Zealand at Toulouse (Blagnac) - December 2012
Departed Toulouse on the delivery flight to New Zealand as SXI1288 - December 2012
It arrived at Brisbane on completion of the delivery flight - December 30, 2012
Ferried Brisbane - Christchurch as 'ZK-MVB' - December 30, 2012
Cancelled from the French Aircraft Register - December 30, 2012
Route: Toulouse - Alexandria - Al Ain - Nagpur - Penang - Seletar - Copang - Brisbane - Christchurch
Entered onto the New Zealand Aircraft Register as ZK-MVB - January 07, 2013
Registered to Mount Cook Airline Limited, Christchurch, New Zealand
Operated its first Mount Cook revenue service Christchurch - Dunedin as NZ5351 - January 12, 2013
Mount Cook Airline was wound up - December 2019
Mount Cook Airline ceased to exist at the close of business - December 09, 2019
The aircraft was transferred to the Air New Zealand Air Operators Certificate
Registered to Air New Zealand Limited, Auckland - December 10, 2019
Current with Air New Zealand
ZK-MVB. Air New Zealand Link - in the revised 'Pacific Wave' livery with additional 'Mount Cook' titles at Christchurch Airport, June 29, 2014.
(Z. Rae Copyright Image 0390-092.)
ZK-MVB. Air New Zealand - in the 'Silver Fern' livery at Christchurch Airport, June 27, 2015.
(Z. Rae Copyright Image 0390-108.)