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Airline Fleet News – 7th August 2022 (Updated 23rd Aug)

Updated: Aug 23, 2022

New Deliveries

No new deliveries today.


Air Urga (URG) has ferried Saab 340B UR-ELQ (340B-239) from Cairo (CAI) to Riga (RIX) after operations for United Nations (UNO).

Badr Airlines (BDR) has taken delivery of B737-8 ST-BDS (30294 / 1469) on lease from CIAF Leasing, ex-Shirak Avia (SHS) EK-SHB.

Blackrock has ferried B757-2F N379BR (29379 / 919) from Guam (GUM) to Hamilton (YHM) after freighter conversion at Xiamen (XMN), prior to lease to Cargojet Airways (CJT).

DAE Capital has re-registered A320 PK-BKJ (4066) while stored at Abu Dhabi (AUH), prior to lease to Batik Air (BTK).

Emirates (UAE) has ferried A380 A6-EDM (042) from storage at Dubai (DWC) to Dubai (DXB).

GlobalX Airlines (GXA) has ferried A320’s N276GX (2695) and N279GX (3605) from Amsterdam (AMS) to Keflavik (KEF) after wet-lease to TUI Airlines Netherlands (TFL).

IndiGo (IGO) has ferried A320N VT-ITL (7033) from Delhi (DEL) to Kuala Lumpur (KUL) on return to lessor.

Lion Air (LNI) has taken delivery of A330-900 PK-LES (1933) after sub-lease to flynas (KNE).

Mango Airlines (MNO) has had its operating licence suspended for a further two years.

Nordic Aviation Capital (NAC) has ferried ATR 72-500 9H-AIT (785) from Billund (BLL) to Valencia (VLC).

SalamAir (OMS) has ferried A321N A4O-OXD (7770) from storage at Amman (AMM) to Muscat (MCT) prior to entering service.

Saudia (SVA) has ferried A320 HZ-AS35 (4391) from storage at Abu Dhabi (AUH) to Ostrava (OSR).

Southwest Airlines (SWA) B737 MAX 8 N8766T (67520 / 8323) has made its first flight at Renton (RNT) and ferried to Boeing Field (BFI).

*United Airlines (UAL) has ferried B777-2 N217UA (30550 / 294) from Guam (GUM) to Victorville (VCV).

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