VH-JZG. Embraer 135LR. c/n 145713.
This aircraft was ordered by Chautauqua Airlines - ?
Rolled off the production line at Sao Jose dos Campos, Brazil - 2003
First flown as PT-SGQ - 2003
Powered by Rolls Royce AN AE3007A1/3 engines
Entered onto the United States Aircraft Register as N836RP - April 16, 2003
Registered to Chautauqua Airlines Inc, Indianapolis
Accepted by Chautaqua Airlines at Sao Jose dos Campos, Brazil - April 16, 2003
This aircraft was configured with 37 economy class seats
Observed at Fort Lauderdale on delivery to Chautauqua Airlines - April 17, 2003
The aircraft had flown 10,868 hours with 12,580 cycles - January 01, 2009
Was operated by Chautauqua Airlines for Midwest Connect in the standard Midwest Connect livery - 2009
Observed operating Midwest Connect service Milwaukee - Indianapolis - Columbus - July 07, 2009
Withdrawn from use - ?
Departed Louisville on the ferry flight to Singapore for maintenance - March 21, 2013
Arrived Singapore on completion of the ferry flight - March 25, 2013
Ferry route: Louisville - St Johns - ? - Orkney - Malta - Sharm el-Sheikh - Dubai - Male - Singapore
Cancelled from the United States Aircraft Register - March 25, 2013
Accepted by Jetgo Australia Holdings Pty Ltd, Sydney at Singapore
Entered onto the Australian Aircraft Register as VH-JZG - March 28, 2013
Registered to SkyWorld Aviation, United Kingdom
Leased to Jetgo Australia Holdings Pty Ltd, Sydney as the registered operator
Utilisied by the Singaporean President on a five day charter to Myanmar - April 2013
Departed Singapore on the ferry flight to Australia - April 06, 2013
Arrived Brisbane on completion of the ferry flight - April 08, 2013
Ferry route: Singapore - Jakarta (Halim) - Broome - Brisbane
Sold to Jetgo Australia Holdings Pty Ltd, Sydney off lease - ?
Registered to Jetgo Australia Holdings Pty Ltd, Sydney - December 17, 2015
Current with JetGo
VH-JZG. JetGo - in the standard livery at Melbourne Essendon Airport, November 29, 2013.
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VH-JZG. JetGo - in the standard livery at Melbourne Essendon Airport, July 12, 2016.
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