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  • ATLcrew
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    Originally posted by jeremydando View Post
    Not exactly. They all have some form of Sun Country stickers/decals applied. But the main Transavia livery remains. I believe these are all short term leases.

    https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/8844169

    https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/8590127

    jeremy
    They are indeed, but SY crewmembers still get provisional EASA paperwork in order to fly them. Similarly, my own esteemed employer used to lease some D-registered MD-80s years ago.

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  • brianw999
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    Originally posted by jeremydando View Post
    Not exactly. They all have some form of Sun Country stickers/decals applied. But the main Transavia livery remains. I believe these are all short term leases.

    https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/8844169

    https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/8590127

    jeremy
    Known to the photographic side of this site as a Hybrid Scheme.

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  • jeremydando
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    Originally posted by ATLcrew View Post
    Sun Country operates some Transavia airplanes, PH tail #s and all...
    Not exactly. They all have some form of Sun Country stickers/decals applied. But the main Transavia livery remains. I believe these are all short term leases.

    https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/8844169

    https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/8590127

    jeremy

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  • LH-B744
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    I just tried to write, if Jeremy Clarkson were a jetphotos member, with the knowledge in aviation which he owns concerning traffic on four wheels, he certainly knew it.

    But Clarkson is not really from London, or definitely not from London. He was born 275 km away from London. So we need another specialist for Monarch.

    PS: We don't really open something like a Soccer World Championship 2018 corner, not even in the offtopic section, or do we. I wouldn't do that, because until today, I don't really see a goal which would be worth mentioning it... !
    England without Rooney seems to be at least something. But Germany without Götze? After Mexico I thought, positions were important. Götze is attacking midfielder. But since France today, I know that positions are nothing. Mbappé is not a midfielder, not by far. But he seems to be able to achieve important goals, like Götze..
    Probably these are the last words which I write about Soccer 2018. If not a real wonder happens!

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  • LH-B744
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    Originally posted by Gabriel View Post
    I don't know how that's even legal. Can I sell you Pepsi in a Coke can?
    Hm. Until today I'm very happy with this forum because here we're totally free from any "please give a feedback for this forum entry, thumbs up?" shit, aren't we. And let's talk plaintext, in December I'm here since a decade, and that weren't the case with "please give a feedback... ".

    Why do I mention this. Well. In this case I need a minute, be patient. What Brian said and you mentioned it again in your quotation, I couldn't have said it better.

    So, we are intelligent people. We can say it when somebody has written a good entry. Let's be happy without "please give a feedback" for the next 10 or 15 years!

    I don't know if you can sell me pepsi in a Coke can. But since everybody has Internet, I'd probably know what's in the can. Example. The former Air Berlin Bombardier short haul propellers are now in the ownership of.. a rather unimportant European airline which operates one or two flights to overseas. So, the new livery will be Eurowings, afaik. But have all propellers yet been painted? - I don't know.

    And what has happened to the Monarch jets? Well. That's not really my section. London, or at least Luton airport, should be able to answer that question.
    The pepsi in a coke can phenomenon is possible, also for the former Monarch jets.

    PS: ..And if I personally told you, here in this forum, which beverage is in the can, then there's no problem. Or what would you say. And I was so kind to open a topic "Air Berlin bankruptcy", here at jetphotos in August 2017. That's service, isn't it.

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  • brianw999
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    Originally posted by Balders View Post
    I suppose a plane is not thing to take down to your local body shop for quick paint job!!
    Quite. And a plane sitting on the ground is not earning revenue.

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  • Balders
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    I suppose a plane is not thing to take down to your local body shop for quick paint job!!

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  • brianw999
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    .....and this one wholly owned and operated by Tuifly despite having no TUI markings of any kind. https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/8964699

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  • Balders
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    HOW ABOUT THIS ONE SEEN AT EGKKClick image for larger version

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  • ATLcrew
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    Originally posted by Gabriel View Post
    I don't know how that's even legal. Can I sell you Pepsi in a Coke can?
    Sun Country operates some Transavia airplanes, PH tail #s and all...

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  • Gabriel
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    Originally posted by brianw999 View Post
    Monarch went bust last year. Their aircraft are however, in many cases still in the Monarch colours despite having been sold/leased to other operators. They are gradually being repainted as required, much the same as Air Berlin some of whose old fleet are still in AB colours despite having been sold/leased to other airlines.
    I don't know how that's even legal. Can I sell you Pepsi in a Coke can?

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  • CO777/200
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    Maybe you have seen this one

    https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/8974373

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  • brianw999
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    Monarch went bust last year. Their aircraft are however, in many cases still in the Monarch colours despite having been sold/leased to other operators. They are gradually being repainted as required, much the same as Air Berlin some of whose old fleet are still in AB colours despite having been sold/leased to other airlines.

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  • TeeVee
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    i'm gonna go waaaaaaayyyyyy out on a limb here and say: taking off and landing.

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  • danhsmile044
    started a topic what was it doing at LHR?

    what was it doing at LHR?

    Yesterday and today, I saw a Monarch A321 departing RWY 09R (yesterday) and landng RWY 27R (today).

    Now, knowing full well they don't operate into LHR, what was it doing at LHR?
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