Air Pictorial 1999-07
Register Review
Pictured over Guernsey's south coast, the Saab SF340 G-RUNG, was delivered to Aurigny Air Services on 21/5/99. The aircraft, which is being used on the airline's new three times daily Guernsey-Stansted route, is expected to be joined by a second example prior to the start of a Guernsey-Amsterdam service on 1/7/99
The former Monarch A320-212 G-OZBA leaving Southend on 4/5/99 after respray in Air Jamaica livery. Its new marks 6Y-JMB were taped over.
TransAer's latest A320 EI-TLT, ex B-HYV, sports additional Andalusair titles
The former British Airways Boeing 737-236 G-BKYE at Lasham on 2/5/99 after re-registration as ZS-OLA and respray ready for operation by BA franchise operator Comair in South Africa
The two former Thai ATR-42s G-BYHA and G-BYHB were due to be delivered to the new Italian airline Italy First after completion of preparatory work by JEA Engineering at Exeter.
Suckling Airways, has applied a Scottish style livery (tartan tail and St. Andrews flag on the nose) to the Dornier 328s G-BWWT and G-BYHG used on its recently launched services to Glasgow and Dundee from London/City
The Debonair BAe 146-200 G-DEBL is employed on Swissair Express franchise services between Zurich and points in Italy. Of note are the small Air Europe titles on the nose
The Jabiru SK G-BYCZ is based at Carlisle. Kits for the two seat aircraft, which is powered by a 2,200cc Jabiru engine and cruises at 99kt, are produced in Australia by Jabiru Aircraft Pty Ltd along with factory built examples. A Jabiru is a large Australian black and white stork