Delivered as a Do-28D-2 to the German Air Force in 1973 as 5850. It became D-IDRC registered Dec-1993, and in Mar-1994 it was registered as HA-ACL. In Oct-1998 it was converted to a Do-28G-92 with two Walter M-601 turboprops replacing the Lycoming IGSO-540 piston engines. On 02-Jan-2000 it was badly damaged in a landing accident at Sherburn-in-Elmet but it was rebuilt and flying again early 2003. In Jul-2008 it was registered as EC-KTC.
Testflown as G-5-124 with first flight 14-Jun-1989, delivered to RAF as ZE702 14-Jan-1991, to G-CBXY registered Nov-2002, to PK-OSP (Airfast Indonesia) registered Aug-2003, to PK-TNV (Transnusa) registered Oct-2015. Here it is departing Maastricht after visiting a NATO Defence ministers meeting. On the forward fuselage it carries a small 32 Sqn badge. On the aft fuselage you can see the Loral Matador infra-red jamming system.