In November 1980, the 1980-built LET L-410UVP-S s/n 800527 l/n 05-27 was testflown as OK-165.
In December 1980, the aircraft entered service as '320' with the NVA VS-14 at Strausberg in the
Deutschen Demokratischen Republik. After German reunification in 1990, the Luftwaffe assumed control
over the NVA equipment and the German Air Force code '53+12' was alloted for GDR's VIP LET L-410UVP-S
'320'. The VIP aircraft entered service with the FBS, the Executive Transport Wing of the Federal Ministry
of Defence. In February 2000, LET L-410UVP-S '53+12' was withdrawn from service and sold in the USA. On 25
February 2000, the aircraft was registered N26RZ in the USA as a LET L-410-UVP with Florida Air Transport.
On 2 May 2000, the N26RZ was flown by Florida Air Transport to Fort Lauderdale in Florida, USA. On 28 August
2000, registration N26RZ was cancelled as exported to Guatamala. In September 2000, the aircraft entered
service as TG-TAJ with Transportes Aéreos Guatemaltecos. In March 2008, the LET L.410UVP was registered HR-AUT
in Honduras where it a number of years was operated by Aerolineas Sosa. On 9 May 2012, after the aircraft was
stored already for a longer period, registration HR-AUT was cancelled.
On 2 June 1994, the FBS'
LET L-410UVP-S '53+12' was seen at Flegerhorst Wünstorf in Germany.