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Boeing 737-8BK(WL) (33014)


Date: -

Location: -

Photo: collection Skystef

Description: the second (factory fresh) B737-800 for Sobelair was delivered at Brussels on September 17 2003. It was painted in the blue livery of the TUI group with "Jetair" tittles and additional small "operated by Sobelair" titles. It was such active till the airlines demise on January 19 2004.

Date: 03/2004

Location: BRU/EBBR

Photo: collection Skystef

Description: it remained stored for a while at Brussels, but left to Lasham on January 27 2004 for further storage and was cancelled as "N334CT" two days later. It reappeared in the same outfit at Brussels on March 10 2004, still as N334CT and is depicted such.

Date: 05/2004

Location: BRU/EBBR

Photo: collection Skystef

Description: during maintenance at Brussels, "Sobelair" titles were replaced by "TUI Airlines Belgium", entered again the Belgian register with same registration as with Sobelair on March 22 2004, and became operational three days later.

Date: 14/10/2007

Location: BRU/EBBR

Photo: Skystef

Description: on November 24 2005 its flying division was renamed to Jetairfly.

Date: 26/06/2009

Location: BRU/EBBR

Photo: Skystef

Description: in 2009, the company celebrated its fifth anniversary and this frame was decorated such by June of the same year.

Date: 14/04/2013

Location: BRU/EBBR

Photo: Skystef

Description: after a maintenance visit at East Midland between September 9-17 2012, it arrived at Brussels on September 17 2012 being the first member of the fleet with an updated color scheme. The next day, it went such operational. On October 15 2013 it made its final commercial flight for the Belgian carrier. The next day it was ferried to Norwich (via Bacau) for painting of next operator "Enter Air" of Poland. On October 24 it came back to Brussels in their full colors, was cancelled to "SP-ENV" on November 4, made the same day a local test flight and left the next day to Poland.

 

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