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AP-BDF Registration Details

Registration:   AP-BDF
Certificate of Registration Number:   606
Registration Date:   1988
Operator/Owner:   Pakistan International Airlines (PIA)
Aircraft Type:   Fokker F27 Friendship Mark 200
Construction Number:   10254
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Year Built:   1964
SelCal Code:    
First Flight:   June 18, 1964
Test Flight Registration:    
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Previous Registration:   VH-FNW
Previous Operator:   Air Queensland
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Additional Remarks:   Construction number 10254. Built in 1964. Registered in the Netherlands as PH-FFV, N.V. Koninklijke Nederlandse Vliegtuigenfabriek (KNV) Fokker, June 17, 1964. First flight on June 18, 1964. Registered in Japan as JA8632. Delivered to ANA - All Nippon Airways, July 1, 1964. Number '32' painted on aircraft nose. Registration PH-FFV cancelled on July 8, 1964. Sold to Ansett Airlines of Australia, November 10, 1971. Registered in Australia as VH-FNW, November 11, 1971. Operated by Ansett Airlines of Australia. Ansett-ANA (Ansett-Australian National Airways). Operated by ASA (Airlines of South Australia) which was a subsidiary of Ansett-ANA (Ansett-Australian National Airways), November 1971. Returned to Ansett Airlines of Australia, August 1975. Leased out to Leased to Bush Pilots Airways (BPA), January 3, 1982. BPA renamed as Air Queensland, January 4, 1982. Sold to Air Queensland, October 10, 1985. Operated by Air Queensland. Withdrawn from service and stored at Brisbane Airport, April 1988. Registration VH-FNW cancelled on April 22, 1988. Sold to PIA, April 29, 1988. Registered in Pakistan as AP-BDF. Registration AP-BDF removed from Pakistan Aircraft Register on unknown date. To Pakistan Navy, Pakistan Maritime Security Agency (MSA) AR-NYA, number 54, June 1988. To Pakistan Army in August 1992, serial number 10254. To Pakistan Air Force (PAF), August 2, 1994. It served Pakistan Air Force with serial# 10254. On February 20, 2003, serial# 10254 was operating flight from Chaklala Air Base, Rawalpindi, to Kohat Air Base when it crashed into a mountain killing all 17 people aboard the aircraft including Chief of Pakistan Air Force Air Chief Marshal Mushaf Ali Mir. Bad weather with poor visibility was blamed for the tragic accident.




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