A10-602. Hawker Siddeley 748-2-228. c/n 1602-121.
It was also registered as: VH-POZ.
This aircraft was ordered new by the Australian Government for the Royal Australian Air Force
It was constructed by Hawker Siddeley Aviation Limited, Woodford, Manchester - 1968
It was allocated the production number '121'
First flown as 'A10-602' - August 01, 1968
Powered by Rolls Royce Dart 534 engines
Accepted by the Royal Australian Air Force at Woodford as 'A10-602' - September 1968
Departed England on the ferry flight to Australia - September 1968
Arrived RAAF East Sale on completion of the ferry flight - October 03, 1968
Ferry route: Woodford - Athens - ? - New Delhi - Bangkok - Singapore - Denpasar - Darwin - Alice Springs - East Sale
The aircraft was allocated to the School of Air Navigation, RAAF East Sale
Transferred to No 32 Squadron, RAAF East Sale - July 01, 1989
Withdrawn from use at RAAF East Sale and stored - June 30, 2004
The aircraft had flown 19,864 hours with 18,865 cycles
Sold by tender to TAG Aviation - July 2004
Ferried RAAF East Sale - West Sale for storage as 'Turbo 602' - August 10, 2004
Entered onto the Australian Aircraft Register as VH-POZ - September 14, 2004
Registered to Eagle Aviation Pty Ltd
Departed West Sale on the ferry flight to Tanzania for onward sale to GGG Aviation - March 06, 2005
Cancelled from the Australian Aircraft Register - April 07, 2005
Entered onto the Tanzanian Aircraft Register as 3D-POZ - ?
Observed at Nairobi (Wilson) Airport as '3D-POZ' - May 22, 2006
Cancelled from the Tanzanian Aircraft Register - ?
Entered onto the Guinea Aircraft Register as 3X-GEE - August 07, 2006
Registered toi S. Hocher
Observed with Guinee Air Cargo titles as '3X-GEE' at Conakry - June 07, 2007
Withdrawn from service and stored at Conakry - ?
Cancelled from the Guinea Aircraft Register - February 26, 2008
Observed being used as a ground training aide at Conakry - January 29, 2011
Current status - ?
A10-602. Royal Australian Air Force - in the standard livery at RAAF East Sale Airport, January 1984.
(R. N. Smith Copyright Image 0748-090.)
A10-602. Royal Australian Air Force - in the standard livery at Melbourne Tullamarine Airport, March 1985.
(R. N. Smith Copyright Image 0748-135.)