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Comment / D-ATUF was painted up into a Hapag-Lloyd retro scheme and fitted with 54 First Class seats in November 2008, for a series of round-the-world cruise flights. A couple of years on it's back in mainline service, visiting Stansted from time-to-time operating on behalf of Germwanwings.

Comment / One of the latest deliveries from Seattle to Ryanair - EI-EML was delivered on 25th May 2010.

Comment / TC-SGH arrives at Newcastle on the same day that its major client, tour operator Scottravel, ceased trading. It is not yet clear whether Saga's charter services to Newcastle will continue as planned for the rest of the summer. This particular flight was combined with a service from Glasgow, for example. TC-SGH is an early Next Generation 737, previously with Air Berlin as D-ABAN.

Comment / Climbing away from Newcastle's runway 07 on another charter, this time to Salzburg.

Comment / Delivered on 27th March earlier this year, G-FDZR was the first aircraft to be painted up in the livery of the newly-formed Thomson Airways. The new carrier, the product of the amalgamation of Thomsonfly and First Choice Airways on 1st November 2008, can trace its history back to 1961 and the formation of Euravia, the first trading name of Britannia Airways.

Comment / A shiny new Boeing 737 indeed - check out the reflections of the wing on the fuselage!

Comment / The Newcastle-based Thomson Airways Boeing 737-800, G-FDZP, roars away into the low early-morning sunshine, destination Palma de Majorca.

Comment / G-FDZP transferred to Thomsonfly from partner airline TUIfly during July 2008, with whom it was previously registered D-ATUB.

Comment / As a result of their most recent spat with Dublin Airport, Ryanair recently cut its Dublin to Newcastle schedule down to a mostly once-daily service.

Comment / This Ryanair 737-800 was delivered in September 2007 and wears stickers promoting the Costa Brava, added in conjunction with Ryanair's large base at Girona.

Comment / This Ryanair 737-800 was delivered in October 2006 and wears stickers promoting the Costa Brava, added in conjunction with Ryanair's large base at Girona.

Comment / Arriving on Newcastle's runway 25 on the first of two daily flights from Dublin.

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