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AP-BDS Registration Details

Registration:   AP-BDS
Certificate of Registration Number:   618
Registration Date:   March 18, 1990
Operator/Owner:   Pakistan International Airlines (PIA)
Aircraft Type:   Fokker F27 Friendship Mark 200
Construction Number:   10133
Line Number:    
Year Built:   1959
SelCal Code:    
First Flight:   September 20, 1959
Test Flight Registration:    
Delivery Date:    
Aircraft Name:   "City of Zhob"
Previous Registration:   PT-LCX
Previous Operator:   Rio Sul Serviços Aéreos Regionais
Fate:   Withdrawn from use in April 2005
Next Registration:    
Next Operator:    
Additional Remarks:   Construction number 10133. Built in 1959. Registered in the Netherlands as PH-FBA, N.V. Koninklijke Nederlandse Vliegtuigenfabriek (KNV) Fokker, September 16, 1959. First flight on September 20, 1959. Registered in Australia as VH-FNA, October 5, 1959. Delivered to Ansett Airlines of Australia, Ansett-ANA (Ansett-Australian National Airways), October 9, 1959. Registration PH-FBA cancelled on October 30, 1959. Leased out to MacRobertson Miller Airlines (MMA), January 1, 1969. Returned to Ansett, September 28, 1969. Transferred to Ansett Airlines of South Australia, October 2, 1969 to June 1970. Returned to Ansett Airlines of Australia, February 27, 1970. Leased to Ansett Airlines of Papua New Guinea in July 1970. Leased to Air Niugini, November 1, 1973. Sold to Air Niugini, July 1, 1976. Registered in Papua New Guinea as P2-ANJ, July 20, 1976. Registration VH-FNA cancelled on July 22, 1976. Withdrawn from use by Air Nuigini, February 1982. Sold to Rio Sul Serviços Aéreos Regionais (RIO-SUL), March 1, 1982. Registered in Brazil as PT-LCX, March 29, 1982. Sold to PIA, February 6, 1990. Registered in Pakistan as AP-BDS for PIA. Delivered to PIA, February 17, 1990. In 1997, AP-BDS was named "City of Zhob" to celebrate Pakistan's 50 years of independence. Withdrawn from use in April 2005 and parked at Karachi Airport. Aircraft had flown 87,922 hours with 89,995 landings. Used as spares source. Registration AP-BDS removed from Pakistan Aircraft Register on March 31, 2006. Sold to Pakistan Navy for use as spares source, 2007.

Fokker F27 Friendship Mk 200

Fokker F27 Friendship Mark 200  (Abbas Ali Collection)


Fokker F27 Friendship Mark 200 (registration AP-BDS)





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