SP-LPA. Boeing 767-35DER. c/n 24865-322.

Was also registered as: CS-TRW; N865AG; ZS-NEX.

 

This aircraft was ordered new by Polske Linie Lotnicze (LOT Polish Airlines) - ?

Built by the Boeing Company Limited, Everett - 1990

First flown at Everett (Paine Field) - July 30, 1990

Entered onto the Polish Aircraft Register as SP-LPA - August 1990

Registered to Polske Linie Lotnicze (LOT Polish Airlines), Warsaw, Poland

Accepted by LOT at Everett (Paine Field) - August 21, 1990

Operated its first LOT Polish Airlines revenue service - ?

Leased to Air New Zealand as the registered operator - November 15, 1995

The aircraft was leased to fill a capacity shortfall after Continental Airlines withdrew from its Pacific routes

It arrived at Auckland on completion of its ferry flight - November 17, 1995

Operated its first Air New Zealand revenue service - November 18, 1995

Operated its final Air New Zealand revenue service - April 1996

Departed Auckland on the ferry flight to Poland - April 06, 1996

Re-entered service with LOT Polish Airlines - ?

Leased to Air Europe as the registered operator - November 25, 1996 - April 29, 1997

Leased to Air New Zealand as the registered operator - October 29, 1999

It operated the scheduled LOT service Warsaw - Chicago - October 31, 1999

Departed Chicago on the ferry flight to New Zealand - October 31, 1999

It arrived at Auckland on completion of the ferry flight - November 1999

Operated its first Air New Zealand revenue service Auckland - Brisbane as NZ135 - November 16, 1999

Withdrawn from service at the end of the lease - March 15, 2000

Departed Auckland on the ferry flight to Poland - March 29, 2000

The aircraft was sold to Boullioun Aviation Services Inc - December 13, 2000

Leased to Polske Linie Lotnicze (LOT Polish Airlines) as the registered operator - December 13, 2000

Polske Linie Lotnicze (LOT Polish Airlines) became a member of the 'Star Allisance' group - 2003

Returned to Boullioun Aviation Services at the end of the lease - ?

Cancelled from the Polish Aircraft Register - ?

Entered onto the Portuguese Aircraft Register as CS-TRW - ?

Registered to Boullioun Aviation Services

Leased to Euro Atlantic Airways as the registered operator - August 07, 2014

Sub-leased to Atlas Global as the registered operator - October 18, 2014

It was operated for NCPC / Nigeria Christian Pilgrim Commission, Lagos, Nigeria

Returned to Euro Atlantic at the end of the sub-lease - October 24, 2014

Sub-leased to Air Niugini as the regostered operator - November 29, 2014

Returned to Euro Atlantic at the end of the sub-lease - February 28, 2015

The aircraft was ferried Lisbon - Victorville for storage at the end of the Euro Atlantic lease - August 31, 2015

Sold to ACG Acquisitions, U.S.A. - September 04, 2015

Cancelled from the Portuguese Aircraft Register - September 04, 2015

Entered onto the United States Aircraft Register as N865AG - September 04, 2015

Registered to Wells Fargo Bank Northwest NA Trustee, Salt Lake City, Utah

Ferried Victorville - Mexico City - November 12, 2015

Ferried Mexico City - St. Athan for maintenance - January 21, 2016

Cancelled from the United States Aircraft Register - January 28, 2016

Entered onto the South African Aircraft Register as ZS-NEX - February 02, 2016

Registered to Aeronexus Corporation, South Africa

The aircraft was used by 'Guns and Roses' for their world tour - January - April, 2017

The aircraft was used by the 'Rolling Stones' for their world tour - September - October, 2017

Operated for Globus Travel / Swiss Hotelplan - May 2018

Current with Aeronexus, South Africa - 2019

 

 

SP-LPA. LOT Polish Airlines - in the standard livery at an unknown airport, September 1990.

(R. N. Smith Collection Copyright Image 4655-069.)

SP-LPA. Air New Zealand - in the hybrid livery at Auckland Airport, November 1995.

(J. Mounce Copyright Image 4655-047.)

SP-LPA. Air New Zealand - in the hybrid livery at Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport, April 1996.

(R. N. Smith Copyright Image 4655-126.)

SP-LPA. Air New Zealand - in the white livery at Auckland Airport, January 2000.

(C. Laugier Copyright Image 4655-070.)