Saturday, 12 September 2015

Where are Ryanair Boeing 737-300s operating now?

Ryanair Boeing 737-300
Back in January 2003 Irish budget carrier acquired London Stansted based Buzz from KLM's following a strategic review of  business in light of the increasing competition in the European low cost arena.

The acquisition of Buzz enabled Ryanair to further expand at Stansted, London’s third main airport. Michael O'Leary said the acquisition was 'A Timely Strategic move".

Buzz acquisition saw the brief introduction of two new aircraft types into Ryanair's fleet the Bae146-300 and Boeing 737-300, however with a year both types where returned to lessors replaced by larger more fuel efficient Boeing 737-800 aircraft.

Lets have a look to see where aircraft are operating today:

G-BZZA Boeing 737-3L9 c/n 26441 now EY-444 Tajik Air

G-BZZE Boeing 737-3Q8 c/n 26310 now ZK-TLB Airwork

G-BZZF Boeing 737-3Q8 c/n 26311 now YV3063 Rutaca Airlines

G-BZZG Boeing 737-3Q8 c/n 26312 now EW-366PA Belavia

G-BZZH Boeing 737-3Q8 c/n 26313 now OD-HAJ Wings of Lebanon

G-BZZI Boeing 737-3Q8 c/n 26314 now A6-PHH Global Jet United Arab Emirates

G-BZZJ Boeing 737-3Q8 c/n 26321 now EW-282PA Belavia

In Summer's 2009, 2010,2012 ,2013 former Buzz Boeing 737-3Q8 G-BZZJ now operating as EW-282PA Belavia visited Dublin Airport on Chernobyl Children flights.

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