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c/n 1492

VH-AAM on the job, at Rose Bay base.
Photo:Michael Greenhill © 09 April 2016
VH-AAM at Bankstown, maintenance and new look!
Photo: Graeme D. Mills © 30 November 2015
VH-AAM at Rathmines giving rides.
Photos: Michael O'Farrell © 16 November 2013
VH-AAM with Sydney Seaplanes "Caledonia" at Rose Bay base.
Photo: Michael Greenhill © 13 July 2012
VH-AAM plying her trade on a blustery Rose Bay.
Photo: Neil Aird © 08 November 2010
VH-AAM at Rose Bay when with Southern Cross.
Photos: Neil Aird © 05 May 2005
Photo: Lenn Bayliss © May 2005
VH-AAM landing Bankstown.
Photo: Michael O'Farrell © April 2004
VH-AAM caught on the water on straight floats.
Photo: © Lenn Bayliss
Photo: Unknown photographer © December 2003 - Aird Archives
Photo: Gert Groenenberg ©
VH-AAM undergoing makeover at Bankstown.
Photo: David Fogwill © November 2002
VH-AAM when with Helijet.
Photo: Unknown photographer © September 1994 - Aird Archives
VH-IMR in her blue colours.
Photo: Warwick Bigsworth © - via Lenn Bayliss
VH-IMR at Bankstown
Photo: John Hopton © 18 April 1975

c/n 1492

G-213 • (N37772) • VH-IMR

VH-AAM

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Regn/Serial unknown. Government of the Republic of Ghana. Delivered 10-Nov-1961.

G-213 Ghana Air Force. Details unknown.

(N37772) Resv’d 15-Sep-1976. Canx as n.t.u. On USCAR at 02-Mar-1990 (Officially Canx 08-Nov-2010).

VH-IMR Imported into Australia. Regd 17-Sep-1976.

VH-IMR Aqua-Flite, Cairns, QLD. (Aqua Flite ceased trading Mar-1992).

VH-AAM Percheron Transport. Regd Late 1976.

VH-AAM Air Ag Services, (Aerial Agriculture) Bankstown, NSW. Regd 13-Apr-1992.

VH-AAM Australian Barrier Reef Airlines, Cairns, QLD. Australia. Regd Nov-1992.

VH-AAM Heli-Aust Pty., Ltd., dba. Helijet, Bankstown, NSW. Regd 16-Jun-1998.

VH-AAM Air Whitsunday Pty., Ltd., Hamilton Island, NSW. Dates unknown.

VH-AAM Seaplane Safries - Aviant Pty., Ltd., Bellevue Hill, NSW. Dates unknown.

VH-AAM Seaplane Assets Pty., Ltd., Rose Bay, NSW. T/a Southern Cross Seaplanes, Pty, Ltd., Regd 02-Aug-2006 under CASP 47.

Website: http://www.seaplanes.com.au

Note: Named “Caledonia” after one of the Shorts “C” class flying boats of Imperial Airways that flew passenger services between the UK and Australia from 1936 until the outbreak of WWII.

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Photo: Alex Penrose © 10 August 2013