First repainted QantasLink Fokker 100 emerges

The first Fokker 100 operated by Qantas’s regional arm QantasLink has emerged from the paint shop. Fokker 100 VH-NHP is pictured here flying into Perth Airport on Wednesday after repainting with Douglas Aerospace in Wagga Wagga. Check out the article on this new project.

 

The first Fokker 100 operated by Qantas’s regional arm QantasLink has emerged from the paint shop. Fokker 100 VH-NHP is pictured here flying into Perth Airport on Wednesday after repainting with Douglas Aerospace in Wagga Wagga. Flight tracking website Flightaware shows that VH-NHP had arrived in Wagga Wagga for repainting on June 9.

VH-NHP is one of 17 Fokker 100s operated by Qantas-owned, Perth-based Network Aviation under the QantasLink brand on intrastate WA RPT and fly-in/fly-out resource industry charter flying.

The new Qantas livery was launched with the reveal of Airbus A330-300 VH-QPJ in October 2016, while the first Boeing 737-800 to be repainted in the new scheme re-entered service last week.

Source: http://australianaviation.com.au/2017/07/first-repainted-qantaslink-fokker-100-emerges/

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