This aircraft was rolled out of the Toronto (Downsview) plant - May
Entered onto the Canadian Aircraft Register as C-GDIU - ?
Registered to de Havilland Canada
First flown as 'C-GDIU' - May 10, 1993
Powered by Pratt & Whitney Canada PW120A turboprop engines
Accepted by Rainer Aircraft Leasing Inc - June 18, 1993
Entered onto the United States Aircraft Register as N861MA - ?
Leased to Northwest Airlines and sub-leased
to Mesaba Airlines as the registered operator - June 18, 1993
Sold to de Havilland Corporation Inc - February
The sub-lease to Mesaba Airlines was continued
Returned to de Havilland Corporation at the end
of the lease - March 04, 1998
Cancelled from the United States Aircraft Register - April 24, 1998
Entered onto the Canadian Aircraft Register as C-GCWZ - April 29, 1998
Registered to - ?
Leased to Air Nova - April 29, 1998
Delivered to Air Nova - May 15, 1998
Sold to Eastern Australia Airlines - February
Cancelled from the Canadian Aircraft Register - February 17, 2000
Entered onto the Australian Aircraft Register
as VH-TQV - February 18, 2000
Registered to TAA Aviation Pty Ltd - February
Operated its first revenue service - ?
Operated its final revenue service Mildura - Melbourne (Tullamarine) as QF2077 - July 22, 2008
Ferried Melbourne - Sydney - Brisbane as QF6302/6304 - July 24, 2008
It was placed in open storage at Brisbane Airport
Sold to Blue Bird Aviation, Nairobi, Kenya
Cancelled from Australian Aircraft Register - September 16, 2008
Entered onto the Kenyan Aircraft Register as 5Y-VVT - September 16, 2008
Departed Brisbane on the ferry flight to Kenya - October 2, 2008
Ferry route: Brisbane - Mount Isa - Darwin - Denpasar - Medan - Colombo - Male - Mahe
Current with Blue Bird Aviation