VH-VEM. SAAB 340B. c/n 364.

Was also registered as: SE-C64; B-12265; SE-LHO; C-GMNM.



This aircraft was built by Saab Aircraft AB, Linkoping, Sweden - 1994

First flown as 'SE-C64' - September 29, 1994

Powered by General Electric CT7-9B engines

Departed Sweden (Linkoping) on the delivery flight to Taiwan - December 26, 1994

It arrived at Taipei on completion of the delivery flight to Formosa Airlines - January 03, 1995

Entered onto the Taiwanese Aircraft Register as B-12265 - January 06, 1995

Registered to Formosa Airlines, Taipei

It was transferred to Mandarin Airlines - August 08, 1999

Withdrawn from service and stored at Kashiung - ?

Cancelled from the Taiwan Aircraft Register - ?

Entered onto the Swedish Aircraft Register as SE-LHO - ?

It was observed in the 'Formosa Airlines' livery at Kashiung, Taiwan as 'SE-LHO' - October 07, 2000

Departed Taiwan on the ferry flight to Sweden - October ?, 2000

It arrived at Gothenburg on completion of the ferry flight - October 13, 2000

Sold to Golden Air, Sweden - October 13, 2000

The aircraft was withdrawn from service and stored - ?

Cancelled from the Swedish Aircraft Register - July ?, 2004

Entered onto the Canadian Aircraft Register as C-GMNM - July 07, 2004

Registered to Calm Air, Canada

Departed Sweden (Orebro) on the ferry flight to Canada - July 15, 2004

It arrived Canada on completion of the ferry flight - July ?, 2004

The aircraft was withdrawn from service and stored - ?

Sold to Vee H Aviation, Australia - September ?, 2012

Cancelled from the Canadian Aircraft Register - September 20, 2012

Entered onto the Australian Aircraft Register as VH-VEM - October 12, 2012

Registered to Vee H Aviation Pty Ltd, Canberra

It arrived at Gold Coast having completed its ferry flight from Canada - October 29, 2012

It was operated by Corporate Air on behalf of Link Airways

Current with Link Airlines



VH-VEM. Link Airlines - in the standard livery at Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport, September 19, 2022.

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