03/31/2012. Produced in 1968, it was test flown registered as F-WJAM. In February 1968 it was registered in Germany as D-ABAV to LTU (Lufttransport-Unternehmen), subsequently it was registered to SAT Flug (Special Air Transport). On March 13, 1986, the aircraft returned on the French register as F-GFBA to SA Europe Aero Service/Division Aero Sahara. Reportedly it was leased twice to Air CalÚdonie International twice for brief periods: April-June 1986 and July-August 1988.
In 1989 the aircraft was stored at Perpignan, soon missing its engines, on March 1, 1993 it was sold to Alter Bail Aviation. Three years later it changed hands again, new owner was Societe Nouvelle Air Toulouse International, and subsequently it was broken up, although the registration was not cancelled until October 13, 2011. View also the History Brief .