Copyright Photo: Trevor Mulkerrins. EI-DUY poses for the camera at Shannon after repainting.
Air Mekong (Ho Chi Minh City) is a new airline in Vietnam. Air Mekong will begin operations with four Bombardier CRJ900s. The pictured ex-Myair EI-DUY (msn 15112) was the first aircraft for the new carrier after repainting at Shannon yesterday (June 14). EI-DUU was also painted yesterday and will be followed by EI-DUM and EI-DUX.
Copyright Photo: Trevor Mulkerrins. Ex-Axis Airways Boeing 737-86N F-GZZA (msn 28591) was rolled out at Shannon on February 3, 2010 in Midwest Airlines' (Egypt) 1999 livery. Midwest did not retain the hybrid Flyglobespan scheme seen on recent addition of Boeing 737-683 SU-MWC (msn 28303).
Midwest Airlines (Egypt) (Cairo) is planning to take delivery of its first Boeing 737-800.
Copyright Photo: Trevor Mulkerrins. Ex-Cameroon Airlines Boeing 767-33A ER TJ-CAC (msn 28138) is pictured at Shannon on November 10 with the new titles. The tail logo is a close adaptation to the old logo.
Camair co-Cameroon Airlines Corporation (Douala), the flag carrier replacement for defunct Cameroon Airlines, has painted its first aircraft, a former Cameroon Airlines aircraft.
Copyright Photo: Trevor Mulkerrins. TUIfly's Boeing 737-8K5 D-AHFN (msn 28228) pictured at Shannon on November 13 after repainting. It is preparing to depart to Hanover prior to delivery to Luxair as LX-LGT.
Luxair-Luxembourg Airlines (Luxembourg) is planning to add its first Boeing 737-800 on December 1.
The first aircraft to be repainted at Shannon is this Boeing 737-33V registered 5N-VNF (msn 29341). The airliner was later routed from Shannon to Palma de Mallorca and then Lagos on September 17, having arrived in SNN in the old Virgin Nigeria colors on September 11. Copyright Photo: Trevor Mulkerrins.
Copyright Photo: Terry Wade. Please click on photo for more photos.
Virgin Nigeria Airways (Lagos) yesterday (September 17) changed its name to Nigerian Eagle Airlines. the first aircraft to be repainted is Boeing 737-33V 5N-VNF (msn 29341).
A first glimpse of ex-Maersk Air/Sterling Boeing 737-7L9 OY-MRG (msn 28010) after being repainted at Shannon. The new scheme retains the Cimber Air Viking tail logo. Copyright Photo: Trevor Mulkerrins.
Cimber Sterling (Copenhagen) has painted the first Boeing 737 in the new colors. Cimber Air acquired some of the assets of Sterling Airlines in January 2009 including the AOC, aircraft and domain web addresses. It has been operating the former Sterling aircraft (mainly in Sterling.com titles). This new airline will replace defunct Sterling Airlines.