Copyright Photo: Jan Petzold. N43XA is seen in action at the MYR base.
Xtra Airways (Boise) is operating its Boeing 737-4S3 N43XA (msn 24796) for DirectAir (Myrtle Beach) in its 2008 livery with DirectAir titles. DirectAir offers low-fare nonstop flights to Myrtle Beach from Niagara Falls, Newark, Pittsburgh, Plattsburgh, Columbus, OH, Worcester, and Springfield, IL. DirectAir also flies to Punta Gorda (near Fort Myers) from Worcester, Kalamazoo/Battle Creek, Plattsburgh, Springfield, IL, Rockford and Niagara Falls, and also to Sanford (near Orlando) from Kalamazoo and Worcester.
Copyright Photo: Cornelius Saayman. Boeing 737-4S3 ZS-OAO (msn 24163) showcases this unique livery at Cape Town. The soccer nose and Kulula's Loves Soccer inscription also promotes the upcoming World Cup in South Africa. The fan on the rear is blowing a vuvuzela, sometimes called a "lepatata" (its Setswana name), also known as a stadium or blowing horn, is approximately one meter (three feet) in length, commonly blown by fans at football (soccer) matches in South Africa.
Kulula (Kulula.com) (Johannesburg) has introduced its third logojet for car rental company Europcar.
Europcar (Paris) is owned by the French investment company Eurazeo after its sale by the Volkswagen group in June 2006. The company was founded in Paris in 1949. Europcar today operates a fleet of over 200,000 vehicles at 2,825 locations in 143 different countries.