Air Pictorial 1999-10
Register Review
Emerald Airways' HS.748 G-BPDA has been re-registered G-ORAL and painted in a revised Reed Aviation livery. The aircraft also sports the legend "The Paper Plane" on the nose
The Bristow Helicopters' Super Puma G-TIGM at Heathrow on 1/8/99 prior to being loaded on to a Cathay Pacific flight for Hong Kong. Its ultimate destination was with China Ocean Helicopters at Shenzen Heliport
Mainair Sports' Blade 912 demonstrator has the appropriate out of sequence registration G-MAIN. The popular two seat microlight is powered by a 80hp Rotax 912 engine
Irish Helicopters' S-61N EI-CTK, which was previously operated by KLM Helicopters as PH-NZD, is based at Donegal
Loganair's latest SD3-60 G-BNMW was formerly SE-LCC with Flying Enterprise
Debonair's Boeing 737-3S3 G-DEBZ, ex RP-C4006, was, as a new aircraft, operated by Air Europe as G-BNPB
The Easyjet Switzerland Boeing 737-33V HB-III, which was briefly G-EZYN, has been suitably painted to publicise the airline's battle with Swissair over the right to operate flights between Geneva and Barcelona
The Sipa 903 G-BBBO, which was damaged in an accident at a farm airstrip near Battle on 14.9.97, at Liverpool on 20/8/99 shortly after having the port wing re-attached at the end of its rebuild