Five more F100s for Alliance. Average age 26 years but knowing the Swiss, I assume they’ll be in pretty good nick.
It’s really good to see these older birds getting a second chance here in Australia. Such a quiet ride up front. Wouldn’t be surprised to see them along with a few 717s into the 2030s.
If the numbers on wikipedia are at all accurate there are 113 F100s flying in the world. With these 5, there will be 69 based in Australasia (QQ-24+5, QF-17, VA-14, PX-7 and HK-2). Nearly two thirds of the remaining fleet.