VH-WZI. de Havilland DHC-8-102. c/n 014. Was also registered as: VH-QQF.
Construction completed at the Downsview plant - July 17, 1985
Entered onto the Canadian Aircraft Register as C-GCTX - ?
Registered to de Havilland Canada
First flown as C-GCTX - June 1986
Powered by Pratt & Whitney Canada PWC PW120A turboprop engines
Configured to seat 37 passengers
Accepted by Mutual Life Assurance Company of Canada - September 11, 1985
Leased to City Express Airlines as registered operator
Repossessed by Mutual Life and placed in storage at Toronto, Canada - August 1, 1990
Sold to Canopus Leasing Inc - June 13, 1991
Cancelled from the Canadian Aircraft Register - June 13, 1991
Entered onto the U. S. Aircraft Register as N814CL - ?
Registered to Canopus Leasing Inc
Sold to Southern Australia Airlines - March 1992
Entered onto the Australian Aircraft Register as VH-WZI - March 24, 1992
Registered to Southern Australia Airlines
Leased to Eastern Australia Airlines - September 23, 2002
Sold to Airlines of Papua New Guinea
Cancelled from the Australian Aircraft Register - November 6, 2004
Entered onto the Papua New Guinea Aircraft Register as P2-MCO - November 2004
Transferred to Queensland Regional Airlines - ?
Cancelled from the Papua New Guinea Aircraft Register - August 2007
Entered onto the Australian Aircraft Register as VH-QQF - August 7, 2007
Registered to Skytrans Pty Ltd, Cairns
Current with Skytrans
VH-WZI. Southern Australia - in the Australian livery at Brisbane Airport, June 1993.
VH-WZI. Southern Australia - in the Australian livery at Canberra Airport, July 1993.
VH-WZI. Southern Australia - in the Qantas livery at Melbourne Airport, June 1994
VH-WZI. Southern Australia - in the Qantas livery at Brisbane Airport, March 1995.