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Comment / Arriving on an Air India flight - presumably one of the leased aircraft had gone tech?

Comment / G-CEFG arrives on one of a growing number of Flyglobespan services from Manchester. It will, of course, soon depart the UK and join Air India on lease for six months, with a pair of Neos Boeing 767s due to cover for Flyglobespan in the meantime.

Comment / In an unexpected move, Flyglobespan bought their brand new Boeing 737-700, G-MSJF, down to Stansted on the 1st April to fly the new summer schedules to Tenerife and Larnaca.

Comment / G-CDEG arrives on runway 05 from Liverpool, before flying on to Tenerife.

Comment / The Boeing 737-600 - aviation's very own stubby!

Comment / G-CDRB has been manning the Flyglobespan 'base' at Stansted for some time now, operating the daily service to Tenerife. A night time rotation to Athens starts later this summer.

Comment / Now fully painted up in the Flyglobespan livery after flying around in a hybrid SAS scheme for quite some time.

Comment / Arriving at STN on the daily Flyglobespan service from Geneva. Previously SE-DNX with SAS.

Comment / G-CDRB is one of two more ex. SAS B737-600s delivered to FlyGlobespan at the end of 2005, and is based at Stansted operating to Geneva every day. A couple of days ago (26th December) 'RB got stuck in the mud at STN, but is now back in healthy service!

Comment / Good to see something other than the two Flyglobespan B737-600s at Stansted. Having launched flights to Tenerife on Tuesday, a variety of GSM aircraft are now passing through Stansted, including this series -300, appropriately registered G-GSPN.

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