Now in a new, military-looking livery. It is used for oil pollution missions at sea.
Leased from GOL for the 2015 summer season. Now painted in the new Transavia livery with some orange remaining.
Apparently withdrawn from use.
Arrived a few days before on her last flight. Will soon be on display in the Castle Air Museum. Thanks to the nice guy who drove me over the platform.
In use as para dropper.
At roll-out from the paintshop. What a nice surprise! Pity about the poor weather. This is an ex UT Air aircraft and will become PNC-0243 (see nosewheel door).
One of the first Wizzair A320 with sharklets.
Rolled out of the paintshop today in the well-known livery of British Airways, to be operated by Sun-Air of Scanadinavia. Former I-AIRX of Air Vallée.
This Heron was part of the corporate fleet of Philips Gloeilampenfabriek. Picture scanned from an old b/w photograph.