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Ryanair Sun to be rebranded as Buzz

Will become Buzz (2nd)

Ryanair still holds the rights to Buzz name and brand.

The first Buzz (below) was a British low-cost airline operating flights within Europe. It operated from 2000 until 2004 as a subsidiary of KLM and at the end, Ryanair.

Airline Color Scheme - Introduced 2003

Above Copyright Photo: Buzz (1st) Boeing 737-3Q8 G-BZZF (msn 26311) STN (Pedro Pics). Image: 922485.

Ryanair acquired the assets of Buzz including the London Stansted airport slots and 8 Boeing 737-200 and 10 BAe 146-300 aircraft.

Ryanair restarted Buzz as a wholly owned subsidiary called Buzz Stansted.

In September 2004, Ryanair decided to close down Buzz Stansted and all operations were halted on October 31, 2004.

On April 23, 2018 Ryanair started a new subsidiary called Ryanair Sun in Poland. The aircraft carry Polish registrations (top) but do not display the Sun name on the aircraft.

Now Ryanair has decided to resurrect the Buzz brand and will rebrand Ryanair Sun as Buzz (2nd) (below).

Artist Rendition Image via Michael Kelly.

Top Copyright Photo: Ryanair (Sun) (Poland) Boeing 737-800 WL SP-RSR (msn 44799) DUB (Michael Kelly). Image: 945979.

 

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Belavia’s flight B2 8243 with EW-336PA leaves the pavement at Kiev

Belavia Belarusian Airlines Boeing 737-3Q8 EW-336PA (msn 26312) AYT (Paul Denton). Image: 909060.

Belavia’s flight B2 8243 operating from Minsk to Kiev on December 22, 2017 reportedly with the pictured Boeing 737-3Q8 EW-336PA (msn 26312) reportedly left the payment after landing on runway 18L at Kiev. The passengers and crew members safely evacuated the aircraft. It is unclear at this time if the surface was the runway or the taxiway.

More information to follow. The airline has not put out a statement.

Top Copyright Photo: Belavia Belarusian Airlines Boeing 737-3Q8 EW-336PA (msn 26312) AYT (Paul Denton). Image: 909060.

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