VH-YXQ. Airbus A320-232. c/n 5618.
Was also registered as: JA12JJ.
This aircraft was ordered new for Jetstar Japan - ?
It was built by Airbus Industrie at Toulouse Blagnac, France - 2013
First flown with the test registration 'F-WWIX' - April 29, 2013
Ferried Toulouse - Hamburg (Finkenwerder) for interior fit-out as AIB01IX - April 29, 2013
Ferried Hamburg (Finkenwerder) - Toulouse on completion of the fit-out as AIB02IX - May 06, 2013
Entered onto the Japanese Aircraft Register as JA12JJ - May 2013
Registered to Goshawk Aviation, Dublin. Ireland
Accepted by Goshawk Aviation at Toulouse - May 22, 2013
Leased to Jetstar Japan as the registered operator - May 22, 2013
Departed Toulouse (Blagnac) on the ferry flight to Japan - May 23, 2013
It arrived at Tokyo (Narita) on completion of the ferry flight - May 25, 2013
Ferry route: Toulouse - Abu Dhabi - Hanoi - Tokyo
Operated its first revenue service - May 2013
It was withdrawn from service at Tokyo (Narita) - August ?, 2020
Ferried Tokyo (Narita) - Manila - Alice Springs for stotage as JQ3/GK33 - August 20, 2020
It was stored at Alice Springs due to the COVID-19 pandemic
Ferried Alice Springs - Darwin - Singapore (Seletar) as JQ8991 - January 21, 2021
It was returned to Goshawk Aviation at the end of the lease - January 25, 2021
Cancelled from the Japanese Aircraft Register - January 25, 2021
Entered onto the Australian Aircraft Register as VH-YXQ - January 25, 2021
Registered to Camo Australia Pty Ltd, Ocean Grove, Victoria
Registered to Jetstar Airways Pty Ltd, Melbourne - January 27, 2022
Test flown Singapore (Seletar) - February 08, 2022
Ferried Singapore (Seletar) - Darwin - Melbourne (Tullamarine) as JQ8992 - February 16, 2022
Test flown Melbourne (Tullamarine) as JQ7992 - February 22, 2022
Entered service with Jetstar Airways operating Melbourne (Tullamarine) - Proserpine as JQ832 - March 06, 2022
Current with Jetstar Airways
JA12JJ. Jetstar Japan - in the standard livery at Tokyo Narita Airport, September 18, 2015.
(T. Haynes Copyright Image 0325-040.)
VH-YXQ. Jetstar - in the standard livery at Adelaide West Beach Airport, July 02, 2022.
(T. Haynes Copyright Image 0321-315.)