VH-BTD Australian Aircraft Registration Details

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The aircraft registration database was last refreshed from the Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) on 15/Sep/2020

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Aircraft Type

PIPER AIRCRAFT CORP
PA-31
31-7912041

Holder/Operator

AIRLINES OF TASMANIA PTY LTD
PO Box 324
ROSNY PARK, TAS, 7018
Australia
11 April 2001

Airframe

1979
United States of America
11 December 1979
Power Driven Aeroplane

Engines

2
TEXTRON LYCOMING
Piston
TIO-540-A2C
Gasoline

Propeller

HARTZELL PROPELLERS
HC-E2YK-2B

Certification

A20SO
Active (Normal)

Comments

big_goblin
1st July 2020 9:23:53 AM
This brainless barbarian woke me up at 6:20am

big_goblin
12th June 2020 12:37:29 PM
Dear barbarian pilot. Today, 12/06/2020, you have stolen 1.5 hours of my sleeping time making noise above my home at 6:20am, again. Please be aware that your airplane produces incredible noise. Please stick to the flying path of all the aircrafts and use proper way to get from HBA to MEB (somehow via Officer and then via Nunawading) where people are used to the barbarian pilots like you. Please be aware that people are used to SLEEP somewhere between 11pm and 7am on working days or 8am on weekends and public holidays. You are not alone and not in a desert. There are o lot of people around you.

big_goblin
9th June 2020 8:29:58 AM
Dear barbarian pilot. Today, 09/06/2020, you have stolen 1.5 hours of my sleeping time making noise above my home at 6:15am. Please be aware that your airplane produces incredible noise. Please stick to the flying path of all the airplanes and use proper way to get from HBA to MEB (somehow via Officer and then via Nunawading) where people are used to the barbarian pilots like you. Please be aware that people are used to SLEEP somewhere between 11pm and 7am on working days or 8am on weekends and public holidays.