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Old 3rd Jun 2010, 09:43
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-300F?

Not a bad aircraft but I'll believe it when I see it.
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Old 5th Jun 2010, 05:34
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Oh HC your so full of
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Old 5th Jun 2010, 11:32
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Maybe this is the 737-300 that was to replace the 737-200 for the NLK ops back in the Ozjet operation.

If Heavy Lift have anything to do with it, I it give the same credence.
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Old 5th Jun 2010, 13:08
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If these operators want to get away from complying with Australian rules or oversight they should not be allowed to operate in Australian airspace.
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If that was the case, ALL overseas airlines and many other operators would be barred from Australia, because Part 129 AOC holders only have to show compliance with ICAO standards, not Australian regulations.

Indeed, some airlines might uncharitably suggest that they wouldn't lower their standards to comply with "Australian Rules".

Heavilift Cargo Airlines has consistently passed ICAO IOSA audits, something with which some Australian airlines have had a problem ---- so what does that say about "Australian Rules".

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Old 5th Jun 2010, 19:01
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Dont you just love these people that know everything thats going on
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Old 6th Jun 2010, 06:12
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Been drinking too much tootle pip I guess....!
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Old 6th Jun 2010, 15:09
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Heavilift Cargo Airlines has consistently passed ICAO IOSA audits, something with which some Australian airlines have had a problem ---- so what does that say about "Australian Rules".
A quick search of the IATA IOSA web site does not show Hevilift or Heavylift


(Note: this thread is about Heavylift HeavyLift Cargo Airlines the operator of the Shorts Belfast and some B727's. The other Hevilift is an operator in PNG. Not the same! )


QF & DJ are the only two Aust airlines listed as having completed an IOSA audit.
Both of these carriers used an Audit Organisation not based in Aust. What "problem" do you refer to?
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Old 13th Jun 2010, 13:52
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So HC, just where is this a.c????
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Old 14th Jun 2010, 01:56
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So HC, with HeavyLife fleet up for sale including the Belfast where does this leave the airline operational?

Havn't seen a B737-300F yet
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Old 14th Jun 2010, 02:19
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You won't get an answer from NL until he has come up some 'witty reply' that has nothing to do with the matter but can end with "on the beach"!
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Old 15th Jun 2010, 01:45
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HC is busy leaving comments on other threads instead.
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Old 15th Jun 2010, 02:56
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HC, I know my eyes are not that good, but I still can't find any B737-300Fs for heavylift.

Perhaps you could show me?
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Old 15th Jun 2010, 09:38
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May be MISLEAD can tell us what HC cannot.
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Old 17th Jun 2010, 04:57
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Heavylift, One Sky Aviation, TransGlobal, One Sky Cargo.. They are all the same.

The 727F RP-C8019 that One Sky Aviation used in Australia was an illegal operation as it does not have a valid CPCN from the CAB. It was reported by CASA to CAAP and CAB and is now under investigation until today.

A desperate move was then made transferring ownership of RP-C8019 from One Sky Aviation to One Sky Cargo, and now to TransGlobal Airways. Subsequent application by TransGlobal Airways to use the aircraft has been denied by authorites because of the pending investigation.

The registration and airworthiness of this aircraft had expired already early this month and has since remain parked in Clark.
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Old 17th Jun 2010, 23:52
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Gosh. I'm surprised that no one has cottoned onto the fact that the aircraft now parked at Clark was seized in POM by the authorities, while passing through a while back. Doing another illegal freight run like it had been doing for some time.
It all seems to have caught up with them now though.
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Old 23rd Jun 2010, 08:57
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Wrong one...

The rumour in POM is that the wrong HVY B727 aircraft was held for a few days. The one they really wanted had passed through several months earlier on its way to the Philppines, where it remains for now. True or false....? Who knows.
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Old 24th Jun 2010, 16:10
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Folks,

The IOSA audits of Heavy Lift Cargo were carried out by ACS, from Melbourne.

It is some time ago now, but a very well known Australian airline failed its first IOSA audit, conducted by the lads from Texas. Needless to say, it came as somewhat as a surprise to thesenior management, if not the troops. Unsurprisingly, flight ops. management changes followed.

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Old 25th Jun 2010, 02:24
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I'm Pretty sure the authorities were seizing any aircraft that wore the colors, although there was reputedly a one number difference on the seizure notice that had to be amended. Admin? Phat Phingas? or bad info from Airservices?
The one that was seized is parked at Clark I understand, and that was its destination when leaving POM. Heard a whisper that it is parked, out of rego and under control of the Philippine Authorities now. but who knows? it was only a whisper.
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Old 25th Jun 2010, 04:32
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Hc, where is this B737-300F???
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Old 25th Jun 2010, 07:08
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Skystar, methinks he has finally learned not to rise to your cruel taunts. Not all he doesn't rise to either.....
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