VH-JQH. Airbus A320-232. c/n 2453.
Was also registered as: TC-OGP; 9V-JSF; VH-UVO.
This aircraft was ordered new by Boullioun Aviation Services - ?
Powered by IAE V2527-A5 engines
Rolled off the production line at Toulouse in an 'all-white' livery - May 2005
First flown at Toulouse as 'F-WWIC' - May 19, 2005
Ferried Toulouse - Hamburg (Finkenwerder) for the interior fit-out - May 19, 2005
Ferried Hamburg (Finkenwerder) - Toulouse after the fit-out was completed - May 30, 2005
Accepted by Boullioun Aviation Services at Toulouse - June 10, 2005
The original intended lease to Jetstar Asia as '9V-JSF' was not taken up
Entered onto the Turkish Aircraft Register as TC-OGP - June 2005
Leased to Atlas International (Turkey) - June 10, 2005
Departed Toulouse in all-white livery on delivery flight to Atlas as OGE902 - June 11, 2005
It arrived at Istanbul on completion of the delivery flight - June 13, 2005
Delivery route: Toulouse - Maastricht - Istanbul
Entered service with Atlas International - June 2005
Sub-leased to Saudi Arabian Airlines - 2007
Returned to Atlas at the end of the sub-lease - December 2007
Returned to International Lease Finance at the end of the Atlas sub-lease - December 2007
Repainted in the 'Jetstar Australia' livery at Maastricht - December 2007
Entered onto the Australian Aircraft Register as VH-JQH - December 18, 2007
Registered to International Lease Finance Corporation (USA)
Leased to Jetstar Airways Pty Ltd as the registered operator
Departed Maastricht on the ferry flight to Australia as JQ7996 - December 18, 2007
It arrived at Newcastle on completion of the ferry flight - December 20, 2007
Ferry route: Maastricht - Istanbul - Muscat - Singapore - Darwin - Newcastle
Ferried Newcastle - Melbourne (Avalon) as JQ7981 - December 24, 2007
Operated first revenue service Melbourne (Avalon) - Sydney (Kingsford Smith) as JQ602 - December 26, 2007
Operated its final revenue service Hobart - Melbourne (Tullamarine) as JQ710 - January 31, 2010
It was observed at John Holland Aviation Services (Tullamarine) being prepared for 'Jetstar Asia' - February 2010
Cancelled from the Australian Aircraft Register - February 24, 2010
Entered onto the Singapore Aircraft Register as 9V-JSF - February 24, 2010
Registered to Jetstar Asia, Singapore
Ferried Melbourne (Tullamarine) - Darwin - Singapore - February 24, 2010
Operated its first Jetstar Asia service - February ?, 2010
It was withdrawn from service and stored at Singapore (Changi) - February 27, 2020
Cancelled from the Singapore Aircraft Register - October 19, 2020
Entered onto the Australian Aircraft Register as VH-UVO - October 19, 2020
Registered to Qantas Airways Limited, Sydney
Leased to Network Aviation Pty Limited, Perth as the registered operator
Ferried Singapore (Changi) - Perth as NWK6681 - October 28, 2020
Entered service with Network Aviation / QantasLink - November 11, 2020
Current with Netwrok Aviation / Qantaslink
9V-JSF. Jetstar - in the original livery with additional 'Valuair' titles at Singapore Changi Airport, October 23, 2013.
(T. Haynes Copyright Image 0320-857.)
9V-JSF. Jetstar - in the original livery at Bangkok Airport, February 03, 2020.
(T. Haynes Copyright Image 0321-167.)
9V-JSF. Jetstar - in the original livery at Singapore Changi Airport, February 16, 2020.
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