|37||Built at Burbank.|
|30JUL37||Import licences granted to Ansett Airways for three L10B.|
|09AUG37||Unloaded from S.S. "Mirrabooka" at Victoria Dock, Melbourne along with VH-UZO and taken to Essendon for assembly.|
|13AUG37||Registration application from Ansett Airways Ltd, Essendon.|
|31AUG37||Test flown at Essendon (35 minutes).|
|03SEP37||CofR No 657 and CofA No 614 issued to Ansett as VH-UZN. Named "Ansirius" in Ansett service.|
|06SEP37||Entered service on the Melbourne-Broken Hill route.|
|04OCT37||Transferred to the Melbourne-Sydney route.|
to the Melbourne-Broken Hill route.|
(Total Time: 243 hours 5 minutes).
|20DEC37||Returned to the Melbourne-Sydney route after both engines were changed.|
|28DEC37||Transferred to the Adelaide-Narrandera route.|
to Melbourne and Broken Hill.|
(Total Time: 714 hours 20 minutes).
|31JAN38||Returned to the Broken Hill-Melbourne route.|
|26FEB38||Based at Melbourne.|
|28FEB38||Returned to service on the Melbourne-Sydney route after both engines were changed.|
regular run to Sydney.|
(Total Time: 951 hours 25 minutes).
|MAR38||Operated local flights out of Melbourne.|
|17MAR38||From this date the aircraft operated on various routes.|
operating Sydney-Adelaide-Melbourne the aircraft entered the hangar
for a CofA inspection.|
(Total Time: 1,977 hours 10 minutes).
|13SEP38||Returned to service on the Melbourne-Broken Hill route.|
|27FEB39||The aircraft operated what was to be its last flight, Melbourne-Broken Hill-Melbourne after which the port engine was changed.|
along with three other Ansett aircraft in a hangar fire at Essendon.|
(Total Time: 3,125 hours 10 minutes).
|28FEB39||Struck off the Australian Register.|
|Much of the above material was extracted by John Hopton from the Aircraft Log Book of VH-UZN.|