Remarks: Flystar241 departing to Enontekio off RWY14 due to operational reasons, at first i thought it sounded a bit daft that B735 needed a slow climb out, but when this aircraft got airborne it really struggled up to 4,000ft.
Remarks: Made in 1969 this was the only aircraft to be built, it had a good life being passed onto many airlines, mostly African. In 1999 it was announced the aircraft would enter storage at BOH. The aircraft is now currently having new engines applied and hopefully will once fly again, Rumours say it will go to a German air museum.
Remarks: The maintenance area at BOH holds many treasured aircraft, some with registrations and some without. In the hanger can be seen Gainjets new addition to the fleet painted in Multiflight colours, SX-MTF is now based at Leeds/Bradford. Behind that is VP-BXN, A B735 belonging to Nordavia Regional Airlines. Not sure where this aircraft is of current. TF-ELU is then behind that what is ex OO-VBR and now flying for JetTime. To the right is 2 ex European B732s looking very sorry for them selfs. What I am aware of these are getting stripped and parts sold, a very sad sight to see such classic aircraft in there current state.