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18-July-2016
ZK-SDT Makes a change from Airbus and Boeing ! (more of ZK-SDT)
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5-June-2013
ZK-KCE Recently arrived by air from New Zealand to replace the other PAC750 ZK-JQK which has since left for the USA. Used by the Hinton Skydiving Centre (more of ZK-KCE)
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18-May-2012
DQ-KBD First picture of this Fijian airline in database! (more of DQ-KBD)
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12-February-2010
D-FGOJ c/n 139. ex ZK-JDQ. Straight from a Hollywood movie. A ex-military hijacked the aircraft, after pretending to be a photographer shooting parachute jumps from inside the airplane. The aircraft took off from LPEV (vora) to LPCS (Tires) with 2 parachuters, and right after, the hijacker diverted the aircraft using a pistol. When the aircraft was landing at Tires, the pilot managed to take the weapon from the terrorist, but he went for the controls and tried to crash the airplane. The parachuters jumped at very low altitude and the aircraft landed with the engine shut down, with a strugle between the pilot and the hijacker, skidded into a ditch breaking the left wing and left again to the grass breaking the landing gear. The pilot jumped from the aircraft as soon as it hit the ground and the hijacker committed suicide (you can see him underneath the left wing). It also seems that the hijacker's car exploded in vora. Handheld, raining a lot, and almost dark. (more of D-FGOJ)