Testflown as C-GETI with the first flight made on 24-Jun-1991, it became N431AW delivered 26-Jul-1991 (United Express/Air Wisconsin > United Express/Atlantic Coast AL), to G-BRYK registered Mar-1996 (British AW Express/Brymon AW), to N385DC registered Jun-1999, to SU-UAE registered Sep-1999 (Orca Air), to N337EN registered Feb-2002 (US AW Express/Piedmont Airlines). It is seen here on delivery to Orca Air with its temporary American registration.
Later to known as Fordair. The aircraft was originally delivered to Midway Airlines in November 1989 as N806ML. It was acquired by Ford in December 1992. Aircraft from the UK Ford Motor fleet were regular visitors to Maastricht because of the Ford car factory in nearby Genk (Belgium).
Seen here prior to leaving on lease to Citylink Airways (India) as VT-ETE in February 1993. Under two months later it had returned and was once again PH-FON. Went to WDL (Germany) in November 1995 as D-AELL remaining in the basic Citilink Airways colours. It was retired not very long afterwards and was moved next to the Flight Academy building at Mönchengladbach Airport, Germany. It has been there ever since right up to this day (22 July 2019).