VH-ZXE. Boeing 767-336ER. c/n 24343-364.


 

Ordered new by British Airways Ltd

Rolled off the Boeing production line at Seattle (Everett) - March 18, 1991

First flown - April 2, 1991

Powered by Rolls Royce RB211-524H engines

Entered onto U. K. Aircraft Register as G-BNWK - April 18, 1991

Accepted by British Airways at Seattle (Everett) - April 18, 1991

Aircraft named 'City of Amsterdam'

Ferried Seattle (Everett) - London (Heathrow) on delivery to British Airways - April 19 - 20, 1991

Operated first revenue service London (Heathrow) - Moscow (Sheremetyevo) - April 22, 1992

Repainted at Shannon in new 'Column' tail livery - December 21, 1998

Operated last revenue service Madrid - London (Heathrow) - October 31, 2000

Rolled out at London in full Qantas livery as G-BNWK - November 11, 2000

Flew acceptance flight at London as G-BNWK - December 22, 2000

Registration marks VH-ZXE applied to aircraft - December 23, 2000

Leased to Qantas Airways Ltd - December 23, 2000

Cancelled from U.K. Aircraft Register - December 24, 2000

Entered onto Australian Aircraft Register as VH-ZXE - December 24, 2000

Registered to Qantas Ltd, Sydney

Departed London (Heathrow) as QF6016 on delivery flight to Australia - December 24, 2000

Arrived Sydney at conclusion of delivery flight as QF7630 - December 26, 2000

Delivery route: London - Bangkok - Sydney

Operated first Qantas revenue service Sydney - Melbourne as QF417 - December 27, 2000

Registered to G-BNWK Aircraft Pty Ltd - May 2, 2006

Leased to Qantas Airways Ltd as registered operator - May 2, 2006

Current

 


 

G-BNWK. British Airways - in the original livery at an unknown airport, March 1996.

G-BNWK. British Airways - in the 'Dove' livery at an unknown airport, March 1999.

G-BNWK. British Airways - in the 'Dove' livery at an unknown airport, June 2000.
 
G-BNWK. British Airways - in the 'Dove' livery at an London Airport, July 2000.

VH-ZXE. Qantas The Spirit of Australia - in the full livery at Sydney Airport, March 2002.