• Philip Davis

Airline Fleet News – 6th January 2021 (Updated 7th Jan)

Updated: Jan 7

New Deliveries

British Airways (BAW) B777-300 G-STBO (66584 / 1675) PAE to LHR


AerCap have reregistered B737-8 N307AR (30701 / 1946) ex C-GTQG while stored at Goodyear (GYR).

Aerolease have reregistered B757-2 N751AL (28167 / 775) ex EI-LBR while stored at Goodyear (GYR).

Airbus (AIB) have ferried A330-9 F-WWYO (1952) to Chateauroux (CHR) for storage for Azul Linhas Aereas Brasileiras (AZU) (PR-ANV), A321NX D-AYAV (10067) to Erfurt (EFR) for storage for Jetstar Japan (JJP) (JA26LR) and returned A320N D-AUBE (9430) to Hamburg (XFW) prior to delivery to Air China (CCA) as B-30FA.

BBAM Aircraft Leasing have ferried B737-8 HL8325 to Angeles City (CRK) for further storage.

Boeing (BOE) have ferried B777-300 VQ-BFO (65311 / 1654) to Paine Field (PAE) after storage at Victorville (VCV) prior to entering service with Aeroflot – Russian Airlines (AFL).

Carlyle Aviation Partners have reregistered B737-8 N369CL (29369 / 1939) ex C-GTQF while stored at Blytheville (BTH).

Commutair (UCA) have taken delivery of ERJ-145 N11107 (145654) ex ExpressJet Airlines (ASQ) for operations for United Express.

Delta Air Lines (DAL) have ferried B717-2’s N930AT (55072 / 5025), N932AT (55073 / 5028), N923AT (55051 / 5148) and N938AT (55098 / 5155) to San Bernardino (SBD) for scrapping.

IndiGo (IGO) have ferried A320 VT-IHF (2482) to Teruel (TEV) on return to lessor.

Jetran have reregistered B737-4F N529TP (26529 / 2584) while stored at Incheon (ICN) after a lease deal with Air Incheon as HL8355 was not taken up.

North –Western Cargo (CNW) have ferried B757-2 B-2862 (34008 / 1047) to Xiamen (XMN) for freighter conversion.

RVL Aviation (REV) have taken delivery of Saab 340F G-RVVE (223) ex NyxAir (NYX) ES-NSG.

SkyWest Airlines (SKW) have taken delivery of CRJ-200 N218PS (7885) ex American Eagle.

United Airlines (UAL) have ferried B737 MAX 9 N27520 (64498 / 7612) to Houston (IAH) prior to a return to service.

Westjet (WJA) have announced their plan to reintroduce the B737 MAX to their schedule from 21st January 2021.

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