Vincent Aviation stops Australian flying


Vincent Aviation‘s Australian subsidiary stopped flying on 28 May after it was placed into receivership. Vincent Aviation had operated BAe 146-200 ZK-ECO (msn E2130) in Australia, primarily on FIFO flights on behalf of the mining industry. Four Saab 340Bs and five Beech 1900Ds had also been operated, on charters and scheduled flights. The 146 was ferried back to Wellington on 29 May. Vincent’s New Zealand operations continue.

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