|Type:||Cessna TU206A Super Skywagon|
|05JUL66||Registered VH-DGD to Southbank Aviation, Wollongong, NSW.|
|21JUN68||Registered VH-DGD to Sepal Pty Ltd, Mascot, NSW.|
|24OCT69||Registered VH-DGD to Adastra Aerial Surveys Pty Ltd, Mascot, NSW.|
|04NOV76||Registered VH-DGD to Keith Pedler, Carlingford, NSW|
|29JUL77||Registered VH-DGD to Maxwell Smith Holdings Pty Ltd, Carlingford, NSW.|
|03SEP80||Registered VH-DGD to Control Surveys Pty Ltd, Baulkham Hills, NSW. Control Surveys had earlier hired the aircraft from Maxwell Smith.|
|10FEB81||Registered VH-DGD to Qasco (NSW) Pty Ltd, Baulkham Hills, NSW. Control Surveys acquired Qasco following the collapse of Cambridge Credit.|
|19JAN87||Photographed at Bankstown carrying Qasco titles and the name 'Bug Smasher' on the cabin door.|
|22APR90||Crashed at Bankstown after engine failure on take-off. The aircraft crashed through a wire fence and stopped short of another fence dividing the airport from the Riverwood Golf Course. Both crew (Andrew Mitchell and Bernie Moriarty) were not injured but the aircraft was extensively damaged and subsequently written-off. The damaged fuselage was later used as a ground prop in the production of a Coca Cola advertisement featuring sky surfing.|
|09NOV90||Cancelled from the Register.|
Added further details of the accident on 22APR90 thanks to Bernie Moriarty of Qasco/Vekta. Also added another photo of the aircraft in Qasco markings thanks to Greg Banfield.
Expanded the history thanks to Tony Arbon of AustAirData and Bernie Moriarty of Qasco/Vekta. Also added a photo in Qasco markings thanks to Greg Banfield.