The 'twotter' (MSN 90) has had an interesting history, recently being re-built by CJ Aerospace at Wagga Wagga in New South Wales after being left derelict in the mid-2000's following several years as a skydiving aircraft operating around Sydney as VH-OTA. It had been reported that VH-BVS was to be delivered to Blue Wing Airline NV in Suriname however, I'm not 100% sure whether it ever left Australia.
VH-BVS was delivered to Seair's Gold Coast Airport base in mid-June and it has only this commenced operations on Seair's flights from the Gold Coast to Lady Elliot Island.
Of interest, VH-BVS looked to be joined on Lady Elliot Island on Friday 1 July by Seair's other recently acquired De Havilland DHC-6-100 Twin Otter VH-ZKF.
I hope we can catch one, or both, of these beauties on the camera one day soon!
I used a couple of great websites chock-full of specialised information on the De Havilland Twin Otter - well worth checking out!!
The Twin Otter Spotter Blog - http://twinotterspotter.blogspot.com.au/
The Twin Otter Achieve Website - http://www.twinotterarchive.com/