Aircraft 94-0314 Data

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Short C-23B+ Sherpa C/N SH.3428

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  • 94-0314 @ DMA - For those wondering why it is called a Short 360 instead of a 330, that's because it is a Short 360.  When the army received them second hand, they retrofitted the single tail S360 with a Short 330 stile twin tail. - by Florida Metal by Florida Metal @ DMA

Airframe Info

Model:C-23B+ Sherpa    Search all Short C-23B+ Sherpa
Year built:0000
Construction Number (C/N):SH.3428
Number of Seats:39
Number of Engines:2


Registration Number:94-0314
Current Status:AMARG


Owner:United States Army
Address:Tucson, AZ
United States

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Malcolm Clarke Admin, 2016-06-06 04:36:04
 Built as Short SD3-60 Variant 200, MSN SH.3689. First flight Apr 16, 1984. Test flown as G-14-3689. Registered as G-BMLD Feb 18, 1985, cancelled on export to Ireland Apr 16, 1986. Registered EI-BSP, operated by Aer Lingus Commuter. Sold to SAAB Aircraft Credit. Registered G-UBAC to BAC Leasing Apr 8, 1993, operated by Streamline Aviation. Cancelled on export to Sweden Oct 5, 1993. Registered SE-KXU, operated by Holmstrom Air. Registered G-UBAC to BAC Leasing Aug 25, 1995, operated by BAC Express Airlines. Cancelled on export to USA Jan 28, 1998. Registered N6368X to Bombardier Services Corporation, Feb 24, 1998, cancelled Oct 12, 2000. Converted to C-23B+ Sherpa by Bombardier's West Virginia Air Center in Bridgeport, WV. New MSN SH.3428. Delivered Oct 98 to US Army National Guard. Assigned Texas ArNG, later assigned to Florida ArNG and Rhode Island ArNG. WFU and stored at Henry Post AAF/Fort Sill, Oklahoma Jun 2013. Registration N6368X assigned Aug 5, 2014. To AMARC Aug 22, 2014. Registration N148Z assigned Sep 16, 2014. (Joe Baugher Jun 6 2016)