Tag Archives: 737-8K5

Thomson Airways introduces a Merry Christmas logojet

Thomson Airways (London-Luton) has introduced a special Merry Christmas logojet.

Copyright Photo: James Mellon.  “Reindeer Powered” Boeing 737-8K5 G-FDZA (msn 35134) prepares to depart from the LTN base headed to Arrecife on December 6.

CanJet Airlines “hires a taxi” for the winter season

CanJet Airlines (2nd) (Halifax) leased this Boeing 737-8K5 D-AHFO (msn 27987) on November 26, 2009 from TUIfly for the winter season. The airliner is painted in the “yellow taxi” colors of hlx.com (Hapag-Lloyd Express).

Copyright Photo: TMK Photography.

TUIfly introduces an ARD TV Lottery logojet

Copyright Photo: Teun Sans. D-AHFZ is pulled out of the hangar at Eindhoven where it was painted.

TUIfly (TUIfly.com) (Hapag-Lloyd Flug) (Hanover) has introduced a new advertising logojet. Boeing 737-8K5 D-AHFZ (msn 30883) is now advertising the ARD German TV lottery.

Arkefly to fly Amsterdam-Kathmandu

Copyright Photo: Ton Jochems.  Please click on photo for full view, information and other photos.

Copyright Photo: Ton Jochems. Please click on photo for full view, information and other photos.

Arkefly (TUI Airlines Nederland) (Amsterdam) will fly a weekly service between Amsterdam and Kathmandu with Boeing 737-800s.

News link:

english.people.com.cn/90001/90777/90853/6777095.html

Airberlin agrees to cross share with TUIfly

 

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Airberlin (Berlin-Tegel) has agreed with TUI Travel to cross share stock with its TUIfly (TUIfly.com) (Hanover) subsidiary. Airberlin will purchase up to 20 percent of the TUIfly stock and take over TUIfly’s European inter-city routes. TUIfly’s charter section will remain with TUIfly.  In turn, TUIfly Travel will purchase up to 20 percent of the stock of Airberlin. This agreement is subject to regulatory approvals. If approved both airlines will keep their brands.

Thomson Airways adds Thomson titles to new 737

 

G-FDZR taxies at Seattle (King County-Boeing Field) in the 2001 TUI "smile" livery.  Copyright Photo: Joe G. Walker.

G-FDZR taxies at Seattle (King County-Boeing Field) in the 2001 TUI "smile" livery. Copyright Photo: Joe G. Walker.

Thomson Airways’ (London-Luton) new Boeing 737-8K5 G-FDZR (msn 35145) will be delivered with the new Thomson titles. Thomson Airways was created on November 1, 2008 with the merger of Thomsonfly and First Choice Airways.