VH-NJF. BAe 146-300QT. c/n E3198.
Rolled off the BAe production line at Woodford - 1991
Powered by four Textron Lycoming ALF502-R5 engines
First flown G-6-198 at Woodford - June 20, 1991
Ordered by TNT Air Freight (UK) but not taken up
Departed Woodford for Dothan, Alabama for conversion to freighter configuration - October 3, 1991
Ferried Woodford - Bournemouth as G-6-198 for painting - February 26, 1992
Entered onto the British Aircraft Register as G-BTLD - March 10, 1992
Registered to British Aerospace (Operations) Ltd
Ferried Bournemouth - Woodford after painting - March 11, 1992
Ferried Woodford - Filton for storage - June 18, 1992
Entered onto the Australian Aircraft Register as VH-NJF - September 23, 1992
Registered to Trident Aircraft Leasing Services (Jersey) Ltd
Leased to National Jet Systems, Adelaide as registered operator
Departed Hatfield on delivery flight to Australia in full Australian air Express livery - October 6, 1992
Arrived Adelaide at conclusion of delivery flight - October 10, 1992
Ferried Adelaide - Brisbane - October 11, 1992
Operated first Australian air Express revenue service - October 12, 1992
Registered to Trident Aviation Leasing Services (Jersey) Ltd - June 23, 2006
Leased to National Jet Systems as registered operator
National Jet Systems renamed Cobham Aviation Services Australia - March 1, 2009
Current with Australian air Express
VH-NJF. Australian air Express - in the full livery at Brisbane Airport, December 1992.
VH-NJF. Australian air Express - in the full livery at Brisbane Airport, October 1996.
VH-NJF. Australian air Express - in the full livery at Adelaide Airport, August 2013.