This aircraft came to Sweden for a 12-year check at Helicraft Nordflyg Service's maintenance facility in Nyköping. It had earlier been operated by Scan Aviation in Norway.
The registration SE-JPH
was reserved by Helicraft Nordflyg Service AB in April 2013, but the helicopter wasn't registered in Sweden until October 2014. It was purchased by a private owner in Stockholm in January 2015.SE-JPH
was incorporated in Northern Helicopter's fleet of flight training helicopters in May 2015. As Northern Helicopters cancelled its operations and officially transitioned into Northern Air Training the helicopter joined the new company in October 2016. It was accompanied by a sister ship, SE-JTL
, a year later.
In February 2018, SE-JPH
suffered severe structual damage when the mainrotor hit the tailboom during shutdown after a training flight at Säve Airport.