Tag Archives: Hybrid Livery

Blue Air is operating YR-BIB for Travel Service Airlines

Copyright Photo: Rainer Bexten.

Blue Air (Bucharest) is operating it Boeing 737-8AS YR-BIB (msn 29926) for Travel Service Airlines (Prgue), creating this interesting hybrid livery.

Copyright Photo: Rainer Bexten. YR-BIB prepares to depart from Madrid.

AIRES adds ex-Flyglobespan Boeing 737-7Q8 HK-4695

Copyright Photo: Wade DeNero.

AIRES Colombia (Bogota) has added ex-Flyglobespan Boeing 737-7Q8 as HK-4695 (msn 30710, ex N225LF/G-MSJF). The new addition is still wearing a hybrid livery.

Copyright Photo: Wade DeNero. HK-4695 departs from Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood in the basic Flyglobespan color scheme.

Transavia Airlines leases a Boeing 737-700 from Enerjet

Copyright Photo: Gus Buskermolen. PH-OEJ was photographed at AMS on April 28, still wearing the basic Enerjet livery.

Transavia Airlines (Transavia.com) (Amsterdam) has leased Boeing 737-7BD C-GOEJ (msn 33920) from Enerjet (Calgary) as PH-OEJ for the summer season. The airliner was leased on April 27.

Skyservice is operating Boeing 757-236 C-GTSJ in Gadair colors

Copyright Photo: Raul Sepulveda. Boeing 757-236 C-GTSJ (msn 24772) prepares to land at San Juan.

Skyservice Airlines (Toronto-Pearson) is still operating its Boeing 757-236 C-GTSJ (msn 24772) in full Gadair European Airlines colors minus any titles.

Amapola Flyg is operating SE-LJY in ANA colors

Copyright Photo: Ola Carlsson. Pictured hauling mail at night is SE-LJY at Stockholm (Arlanda).

Amapola Flyg (Stockholm-Arlanda) is operating its Fokker F.27 Mk. 050 (Fokker 50) SE-LJY (msn 20259) for the Swedish Post Office in this hybrid ANA color scheme.

Sunwing Airlines is leasing Boeing 737-86N SE-RHS from Viking Airlines

Sunwing Airlines (flysunwing.com) (Toronto-Pearson) since last month is now leasing this Boeing 737-86N SE-RHS (msn 28617) from Viking Airlines for the winter season.

Copyright Photo: Raul Sepulveda. SE-RHS arrives at San Juan in full Viking colors with Sunwing titles.

Thai Airways International to turn over three domestic routes to Nok Air

Thai Airways International (Bangkok) is ending its estranged relationship with Nok Air (Bangkok) and will turn over three domestic routes to the low-cost carrier on March 1, 2010. Thai owns 39 percent of the Nok shares.

News link:

www.bangkokpost.com/business/aviation/29488/thai-airways-turning-three-loss-making-local-routes-over-to-nok

Copyright Photo: Andrew Yarwood.