Tag Archives: 757-256

Privilege Style is now promoting the new VW Amarok Caddy car

Copyright Photo: Gordon Stretch. EC-HDS visited Birmingham on September 12 with the new titles.

Privilege Style Lineas Aereas (Madrid) is now using its Boeing 757-256 EC-HDS (msn 26252) to help promote the launch of VW’s Amarok Caddy in Austria.

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Privilege adds new titles to its Boeing 757-256 EC-ISY

Copyright Photo: Pepscl. EC-ISY visited Paris (Orly) on July 2 while operating a flight for Royal Air Maroc.

Privilege Style Lineas Aereas (Madrid) has added new “Banesto Espirito Ganador/Turismo Aragon” titles to its Boeing 757-256 EC-ISY (msn 26241).

RAK Airways to resume operations before the end of the year

RAK Airways (Ras Al Khaimah) is planning to restart scheduled operations before the end of the year with new Boeing 737-800s.

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Copyright Photo: Karl Cornil. RAK Airways previously operated Boeing 757-200s. 757-256 A6-RKA (msn 29311) prepares to land at Brussels.

i Fly’s first airplane is painted at Miami

i Fly (Moscow-Vnukovo) is the latest new charter airline in Russia that is planning to add four Boeing 757-200s. The first, ex-KrasAir Boeing 757-256 EI-DUD (msn 26249), has been painted at Miami in this attractive color scheme.

Fresh out of the paint shop at MIA, EI-DUD heads to the runway.  Copyright Photo: Robert Collazo.

Fresh out of the paint shop at MIA, EI-DUD heads to the runway. Copyright Photo: Robert Collazo.

RAK Airways is not closing

 

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RAK Airways (Ras Al Khaimah) was rumored to be going out of business after Sheikh Saud bin Saqr al-Qasimi said the new flag carrier “was no longer in service”. RAK Airways, which commenced scheduled services on November 29, 2007 with leased Boeing 757-200s, had recently ended scheduled services in late 2008. Today the company continues as a charter airline operating sub-service flights for Hewa Bora Airways. However the new CEO (Kristian Kirchheiner) who joined the team on May 18, is “exploring all opportunities”.

 

From Arabian Business:

www.arabianbusiness.com/557255-rak-airways-in-no-way-closing—new-ceo