Monthly Archives: May 2009

Axis Airways adds 2 737-800s, new livery

 

The second 737-800 for Axis Airways is the pictured 737-86N F-GIRS (msn 28612) taxiinbg at Toulouse in the new look.  Copyright Photo: Eurospot.

The second 737-800 for Axis Airways is the pictured 737-86N F-GIRS (msn 28612) taxiinbg at Toulouse in the new look. Copyright Photo: Eurospot.

Axis Airways (New Axis Airways) (www.fly-axis.com) (Marseille) added its first Boeing 737-800 (F-GZZA) in March. With the addition of new type the airline introduced a new livery.

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Moskovia adds first 737-700 and new livery

 

Boeing 737-73A VQ-BDI (msn 28497) touches down at Glasgow (Prestwick) in the dazzling new 2009 livery.  Copyright Photo: Fred Seggie.

Boeing 737-73A VQ-BDI (msn 28497) touches down at Glasgow (Prestwick) in the dazzling new 2009 livery. Copyright Photo: Fred Seggie.

Moskovia Airlines (formerly Gromov Air) (Moscow-Zhukovsky) has added its first Boeing 737-700. The new type has also helped to usher in a new color scheme.

S7 Airlines to join the Oneworld Alliance

 

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S7 Airlines (Moscow) is expected to become the 11th member of the Oneworld Alliance. The Russian carrier will soon start the integration process. Rival Aeroflot Russian Airlines is a member of the SkyTeam Alliance.

Amsterdam Airlines restyles its font and logo

 

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Amsterdam Airlines (Amsterdam) is revising its font and introducing a new “double A” logo. The new logo consists of two stylized A’s. The two A’s are going around the globe in the new design with slim airfoils capable of flying safely and economically. The A’s are also going up and forward.

 

http://www.amsterdam-airlines.com/index.php/news-othermenu-41/29-new-livery

Air Sylhet ends scheduled operations

 

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Air Sylhet (Akal Air) (Birmingham) ended scheduled operations on April 27, 2009 after flying for less than a month. Operations began on April 4 but many flights ran late or were cancelled with its wet leased Boeing 757-225 TF-LLY (msn 22691).