VH-EBX

 

VH-EBX

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Port Moresby
City of Port Moresby
City of Parramatta

VH-EBX
12SEP67
Rolled out as 707-338C "Port Moresby"
VH-EBX
12OCT67
First flown
VH-EBX
23OCT67
Accepted by Qantas
VH-EBX
24OCT67
Registered to Qantas Airways Ltd. Departed Seattle on delivery same day
VH-EBX
26OCT67
Arrived Sydney at 1554
VH-EBX
06NOV67
Departed Sydney at 0738 to Avalon for crew training
VH-EBX
10NOV67
Departed Sydney at 0900 on its first service (to Tokyo)
VH-EBX
26MAY68
VH-EBX
OCT74
Renamed "City of Parramatta" after PNG gained independence
VH-EBX
22APR75
Departed Sydney at 1600 as QF318 on its last service (to Christchurch)
VH-EBX
23APR75
Arrived Sydney as QF337 from Christchurch. (TT:26179:00 Landings: 10877)
VH-EBX
28APR75
Struck off Australian Register
G-BCAL
13MAY75
Re-registered. Sold to British Caledonian Airways same day
G-BCAL
15MAY75
Departed Sydney on delivery to Gatwick via Colombo.
G-BCAL
AUG75
G-BCAL
-
Named "Flagship Bonnie Scotland"
G-BCAL
-
Renamed "Loch Invar"
G-BCAL
30SEP79
Noted at Gatwick with no titles and plain blue tail
G-BCAL
07OCT79
Operated a BCAL flight into Stansted
G-BCAL
09OCT79
Noted at Dusseldorf operating cargo flights to Tripoli with no titles and a plain blue tail
G-BCAL
24OCT79
Noted at Dusseldorf operating cargo flights to Tripoli with no titles and a plain blue tail
G-BCAL
13DEC79
Test flown at Gatwick
LV-MZE
14DEC79
Sold to Skyways Air International, Panama. Leased to TAR (Transporte Aereo Rioplatense) and delivered to Basle, Switzerland same day in BCAL livery with TAR titles.
LV-MZE
29JAN80
Operated an Andes Airlines of Ecuador flight into JFK
LV-MZE
11JUN80
Operated an AER Airlines of Argentina flight into JFK
LV-MZE
09JUL80
LV-MZE
27APR83
Noted at Miami in a new livery and named "San Jorge" (AL201/16)
LV-MZE
28MAR86
LV-MZE
31MAY89
Noted at Miami in full TAR livery engineless (AL272/10)
LV-MZE
25DEC90
Noted at Miami engineless (AL291/12)
LV-MZE
30SEP92
Noted at Miami derelict (AL312/14)
LV-MZE
MAR93
Noted at Miami parted out and derelict
LV-MZE
OCT94
Broken up at Miami

 


 


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Issue
Date
Remarks
2
30JUN17
Added an image at 09JUL80 thanks to Peter Gates.
1
27JUL06
Created individual page for this aircraft. Archived Updates for combined B707-338C/327C/349C list.

 

NOTES

1
There are four numbers in the second column of each header. These are:

1. The Constructor's Number (c/n or Manufacturer's Serial Number)
2. The Line Number (The order in which final assembly began)
3. Cumulative Line Number (The order in which the aircraft were rolled out)
4. Engineering Block Number (Customer Number)

Note: During early production, the Line Number was often the same as the Cumulative Line Number.

Source: "The Boeing 707 & 720" Air-Britain 1972.
2
Please forward any errors or updates to the Webmaster.
3
These sources are gratefully acknowledged.