Air Pictorial 2002-05
Register Review
G-CVYG, one of five JMC A320s being transferred to the newly established Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium, was noted in its new livery at Manchester on 16/3/02
G-LOBL, the first British registered Global Express, is operated by Northern Executive Aviation on behalf of David Crossland, the Executive Chairman of Airtours. Officially registered to 1427 Ltd, the machine became G-LOBL at Jersey on 22/2/02 having arrived there earlier the same day using the Marshall Aerospace class B markings G-52-24. G-LOBL replaces the Challenger 604 G-DAAC
G-MEDF, the first of two A321-231s for British Mediterranean Airways, was ferried from Finkenwerder to Luton on 28/2/02. After completing pre­service checks and modifications it was delivered to Heathrow on 6/3/02
The former National Jet Italia Boeing 737-408 G-BNNL was ferried from Lasham to Southend as EI-CXH on 9/3/02. After respray it was delivered to the Italian airline Air One on 14/3/02. Another 737-400, EI-CXJ ex G-BUHJ of British Airways, was delivered to Air One ex Gatwick on 23/3/02
Ryanair have applied extra 'Easyjet style' titles to the standard livery on their Boeing 737-8AS EI-CSH to announce to the world that they are now competing seriously with Lufthansa