Tuesday, October 24, 2017

NEW AIRLINE PLANS: Flybondi reserves registrations for its first 4 737-800's

CORRECTION (updated 02Nov17): 

Flybondi's first aircraft will be 737-8AS/WL (c/n 33821/1698) to be registered LV-HKS


According to the blog Linea ALA, Flybondi has reserved the registrations for its first four 737-800's, seemingly indicating that the airline is moving steadily forward in its plans to start service.

The first 737-800 that Flybondi will take delivery of is reportedly 737-86J (c/n 28071/133) which is scheduled to be registered as LV-HFR.  It was originally delivered to Air Berlin (Germany) in 1998 and is coming from Sun Express (Turkey).

The aircraft to follow are (in no specific order):

737-8BK/WL (c/n 33029/1945) to be registered LV-HFQ.  It was originally delivered to AJet (Cyprus) in 2006 and is coming from Sunwing Airlines (Canada).

* 737-8AS/WL (c/n 33821/1698) to be registered LV-HKS.  It was originally delivered to Ryanair (Ireland) in 2005 and is coming from Nok Air (Thailand).

* 737-88L (c/n 61300/6585) to be registered LV-HKN.  Curiously, it was only recently Nok Air (Thailand) on 19Sep17 and is apparently being passed on directly to Flybondi.


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