Sky Airlines (Antalya) will soon take delivery of ex-bmi Airbus A320-232 G-MEDE (msn 1194) as TC-SKT. The airliner has emerged from the paint shop at East Midlands in a purple version of the color scheme.
Copyright Photo: Gordon Stretch. Ex-bmibaby Boeing 737-3Q8 G-TOYC (msn 26312) was rolled out at East Midlands on February 17 as VQ-BHD.
Kuban Airlines (Krasnodar) is a relatively unknown carrier from Russia despite the fact it was established and started operations in 1932 as a division of Aeroflot. The company was privatized in 1992. However this may be changing. The airline is adding its first Boeing 737 and has taken the opportunity to introduce this colorful “flower power” livery.
Copyright Photo: Gordon Stretch. G-BVKB arrived at Birmingham on December 24 after repainting.
Bmibaby (bmibaby.com) (East Midlands) has modified its color scheme with the first aircraft being this Boeing 737-59D G-BVKB (msn 27268). The former “Children in Need” special color scheme (with balloons) has now been repainted. A new red “Tiny” emblem now adorns a light blue tail. G-BVKB has also been renamed “Jelly Bean”. The use of “Tiny” now matches the use of the figurine on its website.
Pictured at Coventry, ATP G-BTPH (msn 2015) is basically painted in United Express' 1993 colors with a new logo and West Atlantic titles. Copyright Photo: Gordon Stretch.
West Air Europe (Gothenburg) and Atlantic Airlines (Coventry) announced in October 2008 they would merge to form West Atlantic Airlines (Gothenburg). ATP G-BTPH (msn 2015) now spots new titles and logo.
Wearing a basic GIRjet livery now with a new tail logo and new titles, TF-LLY arrives at Birmingham in oder to start the new ethnic service. Copyright Photo: Gordon Stretch.
Air Sylhet (Akal Air) (Birmingham) has wet leased Boeing 757-225 TF-LLY (msn 22691) from Icelandair. The new airline is finally planning to launch twice-weekly flights starting tomorrow (April 4) from Birmingham to Amritsar via Vienna.