Oedheim (GER)


serial: B-15
c/n: 58-836
Radio callsign: OT-ZKP

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00/05/1958 Last Sikorsky S-58C built by Sikorsky Aircraft Company
22/05/1958 Handed over to the Chicago Helicopter Airways at the Sikorsky Aircraft Corp. plant, Bridgeport, CT
00/05/1958 Registered as N869 to Chicago Helicopters, Chicago, IL
11/06/1963 Leased to Sabena NV, Brussels
24/06/1963 Delivered to Brussels and flown with US registration
04/11/1964 Registered as OO-SHP (CofR 1533) to Sabena NV, Brussels
01/04/1967 Struck of Charge and stored at Brussels-Zaventem AP
13/12/1967 Cancelled from the Belgian Civil Aviation Register and sold to the Belgian Air Force
07/01/1969 Taken on Charge and delivered to the Heli Flight-Koksijde (for VVIP transport), call-sign B15/OT-ZKP
14/01/1969 10 hours inspection with 9738,00 flying hours
00/04/1971 To helicopter Squadron, Koksijde AB
00/00/1974 To 40 SAR Sqn at Koksijde AB
19/10/1971 To SABCA SA for IR inspection with 10.449,50 flying hours
07/08/1972 Back from SABCA SA with 10.462,45 flying hours
17/10/1975 Withdrawn from Service with 11.139,54 flying hours
21/11/1975 Prepared for long term storage at Koksijde AB
06/05/1978 Ferried from Koksijde AB to Oedheim (GER)
00/05/1978 Registered as D-HAUG to Meravo Luftreederei Fluggesellschaft mbH, Oedheim
11/07/1978 CofA license expired
00/04/1980 Returned to service after overhaul at Meravo Luftreederei Fluggesellschaft mbH, Oedheim
11/12/1997 Still operational with Meravo Luftreederei Fluggesellschaft mbH, used for historic pleasure flights
16/11/2004 First noted at Weeze/Niederrhein AP with fake German military markings HEER 'PJ+366', applied for
  the movie 'Die Sturmflut'
10/09/06 Last noted with HEER 'PJ+366' markings (still airworthy)


This page was last updated on: 17-Oct-2007