Wednesday, July 8, 2015


Wednesday 8th July
C-FEAK   B737-8            Sunwing Airlines          TOM85J/9GV/4AV
EC-LQN   A320              Vueling Airlines          VLG8720/1
EI-DSP   A320              Alitalia (Air Berlin)     AZA8932/3           F/V 
F-GUGC   A318              Air France                AFR611M/711F        F/V
F-WWYB   A350              Airbus Industrie          AIB901/902/903      F/V
G-JMCL   B737F             Atlantic Airlines         NPT244H
G-MAJZ   Jetstream 41      Eastern Airways           EZE9057/8
LX-LGY   EMB-145           Luxair                    LGL7981/2
OM-CEX   B737-4            AirExplore                opf Ryanair
OO-VLF   FK-50             VLM                       VLM979P
OO-VLJ   FK-50             VLM                       VLM123M/979
4X-BAW   B757-3            Arkia                     AIZ921

C-GLNL   Learjet 35A       Latitude Air Charter      C-GLNL        0430/0555
CS-DKD   Gulfstream 550    Net Jets                  NJE717Q/885W  1155/1400 
G-LEAZ   BD.100            London Executive          LNX59AZ       1545/1825
M-ABGV   Learjet 45        Ryanair                   RYR1  dep 0740/arr 1310
M-DMBP   Learjet 40        Ven Air                   ...           ...
N427GW   Falcon 2000       Weiss Special Operations  ...           ...
N462MK   Gulfstream 550    Merck Sharp & Dohme       N462MK        arr 1900
N550AL   Gulfstream 550    Abbott Laboratories       N550AL        0125/0220
9H-IGH   BD.700            VistaJet                  VJT880G       0825/0925

The Airbus A350 arrived from Toulouse (1st visit of the type) and went straight into the Aer Lingus hangar for demonstration to airline personnel. It performed a local flight before heading back to France in the afternoon.  

Air France used an A318 on the Paris route in place of the normally scheduled Cityjet 146.  Yet another Alitalia A320 arrived in Air Berlin colours for transfer of ownership documentation and it departed to Munich later.
VLM FK-50 OO-VLF went tech after arrival and sistership OO-VLJ was ferried in as a replacement to operate a football charter to Luxembourg.   

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