Long-term restoration project to return a Beaufort the air. Registration allocated in 2001. Australian aircraft used Pratt and Whitney Twin Wasps in the place of the Bristol Taurus radial that powered most UK examples.
One of two ex-Bmi baby 737s awaiting delivery to this Nigerian upstart which according to its website intends flying to nine domestic and five international destinations. G-TOYH was painted in Azman colours at Norwich before ferrying to Bournemouth (G-TOYF followed from Southend) and was registered 5N-HAI for delivery, but was soon placed in store