VH-CZN. Boeing 737-377. c/n 24303-1620.
Was also registered as: S7-ABD; G-CELG.
This aircraft was ordered new by Ansett Transport Industries - ?
Finance was provided via Credit Lyonnais Australia Ltd, Nord LB and Sumitomo International Finance
Rolled off the Boeing production line at Seattle - September 16, 1988
First flown as VH-CZN - September 29, 1988
Entered onto Australian Aircraft Register as VH-CZN - October 12, 1988
Registered to Ansett Transport Industries (Operations) Pty Ltd, Melbourne
Accepted by Ansett at Seattle (Boeing Field) - October 12, 1988
Departed Seattle (Boeing Field) on the delivery flight to Australia as AN37 - October 12, 1988
Arrived Brisbane on completion of the delivery flight - October 13, 1988
Delivery route: Seattle - Kailua/Kona (overnight) - Nadi (overnight) - Brisbane
Flight crew: Captains R. Swan, W. Gowans, P. Sherring (to Nadi);
Captains A. Gloster, R. E. Moore, C. Williams (Nadi to Brisbane)
Operated its first revenue service Brisbane - Mt Isa - Darwin (Captain I. Young) - October 20, 1988
Operated its final revenue service Perth - Melbourne (Tullamarine) as AN327 - August 31, 2001
Ansett suspended operations due to bankruptcy - September 13, 2001
This aircraft was undergoing heavy maintenance at Melbourne (Tullamarine) when operations were suspended
Placed in open storage at Melbourne (Tullamarine) Airport in the basic Ansett livery
Advertised for immediate sale by Aviation Capital Group - December 20, 2001
The aircraft had flown 37,798 hours with 26,029 cycles - June 27, 2002
Test flown at Melbourne (Tullamarine) after overhaul as AN4089 - December 18, 2002
Cancelled from Australian Aircraft Register - December 19, 2002
Entered onto the Seychelles Aircraft Register as S7-ABD - December 19, 2002
Departed Melbourne (Tullamarine) on the ferry flight to Singapore with a non-Ansett crew - December 23, 2002
Arrived Singapore (Changi) on completion of the ferry flight - December 23, 2002
Ferry route: Melbourne - Darwin - Paya Lebar - Singapore
Stored at Singapore by Regionair Pte Ltd (Leasing Company) in the basic Ansett livery
Cancelled from the Seychelles Aircraft Register - ?
Entered onto the British Aircraft Register as G-CELG (CofR G-CELG/R1) - October 26, 2004
Registered to Dart Group Plc
Departed Singapore on the ferry flight to the United Kingdom - 2004
Ferried Lasham - Southend - December 02, 2004
Delivered to Jet 2 in the standard livery - December 09, 2004
The aircraft was named 'London'
Entered service with Jet 2 - December 2004
Current with Jet 2
VH-CZN. Ansett - in the 'Southern Cross' livery at Melbourne Tullamarine Airport, December 1988.
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VH-CZN. Ansett Australia - in the 'Flag' livery at Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport, May 1991.
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VH-CZN. Ansett Australia - in the 'Flag' livery at Brisbane Airport, July 1991.
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VH-CZN. Ansett Australia - in the 'Starmark' livery at Brisbane Airport, May 1996.
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VH-CZN. Ansett Australia - in the 'Starmark' livery at Coolangatta Airport, September 1999.
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G-CELG. Jet 2 - 'Jet 2 London' in the revised livery at Leeds Airport, January 2005.
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G-CELG. Jet 2 - 'Jet 2 London' in the revised livery with additional 'Friendly Low Fares' titles at Leeds Airport, June 2009.
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