Cobham Aviation Services has placed Avro RJ100 VH-NJP (msn E3354) back into service. Cobham had withdrawn VH-NJP from service in April, then stored her at Adelaide. The airline purchased her from Falko in August. After a C check, she was ferried back to Perth on 5 September, and re-entered service two days later, operating flight NC1922 to Barrow Island. Cobham has also bought VH-NJI (msn E3265) from Falko. She had been withdrawn from use in May and also stored at Adelaide. Her future is less rosy, however, as she is likely to be parted out for spares. The third RJ100 that Cobham retired this spring, VH-NJH (msn E3301), is still stored at Adelaide.
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