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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 / TUIfly's Boeing 737s visit Newcastle three times a week from Hanover, although photos of their evening arrivals are only possible during the summer months. Rumour has it that this service will cease in October, though with Air Berlin due to take over most of TUIfly's city services during the coming winter, one hopes the route's fate might not be sealed just yet.

Comment / Arriving from Glasgow for the onward FedEx Feeder service to Paris Charles de Gaulle.

Comment / Despite going twice daily on the Brussels to Newcastle route last summer, this summer sees only an evening service from the Belgian capital, arriving in the north east at approximately 8pm.

Comment / G-OOBE arrives back at base just seconds after sunset having operated a 'W' pattern between Newcastle, Palma and Durham Tees Valley.

Comment / Passing in front of the rising moon on approach to runway 07 from Paris Charles de Gaulle.

Comment / It's not often you see two aircraft on the runway at the same time, though every evening Jet2's pair of Newcastle-based Boeing 737-300QCs are towed from the passenger terminal across the runway to the new south-side stands, where they are loaded with mail for flights to London Stansted and East Midlands. G-CELZ is seen here following G-CELA with some local livestock in the foreground.

Comment / Passing overhead for another touch-and-go. What a beautiful evening for circuits!

Comment / Thomson seem in no rush to repaint the former fleet of First Choice Airways. Newcastle has seen two First Choice aircraft based at the airport for the past fortnight; G-CPEV and G-OOBE seen here.

Comment / G-OOBE is a young Boeing 757, first flying on 28th March 2003 and delivered to Air 2000 two months later. Only 21 further frames followed her off the line in Seattle before production of the Boeing 757 ceased in 2004.

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