WOE 30/09/2021

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WOE 30/09/2021

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Logged in Woensdrecht today:

EI-EVT B738 Norwegian
OY-JTP B737 Jettime
VP-BLX A332 All white
2-EKUB A319 All white
2-EILC A319 All white
B-LHB A332 Hong Kong Airlines
9H-DSW B734 All white
OE-IFR A333 Wamos Air
OE-IDB A333 Flynas
HZ-NE25 A333 Flynas
2-VJWU A333 Basic Jet Airways - Nordwind Airlines titles/tail
9H-GKL A332 Virgin Australia
PH-AOM A332 Basic KLM - no titles
EI-ENY B738 All white
LN-RRJ B738 All white
5B-DDA F70 Tus Air
5B-DDB F70 Tus Air
2-HJCH F70 All white
PH-MKH F100 Fokker Sostar-X
Unread was another Norwegian B738, probably EI-FVR

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Are those all stored or are there some active planes?
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They are either stored or being worked on.
I believe the vast majority will leave again sooner or later as they are owned by leasing companies.
The Flynas A333's are set to be delivered soon and I think the same goes for the Nordwind Airlines and Wamos Air.
I can not imagine that the remaining A330's, A319's and A320's will be broken up.
There is also an Avianca Colombia A320 ready for delivery apparently.
The Jettime B737 came in the day before.
The biggest question mark could be the F70's but even those may find a new owner. Australia seems to be the place where most of them end up.
They currently also carry out maintenance on a few aircraft inside the premises like a Tanzanian F50, a Jetair F70 PJ-JAB and a Thay Air Force B737BBJ.
Another interesting one is a G550 for the Japanese Coast Guard which is being prepared for delivery.
Plenty is going on and one could ask why a similar facility does not exist in Belgium?
I know about TUI in Brussels but that is not comparable to what is being done in Woensdrecht or Maastricht.
Fokker in Woensdrecht did a very successful conversion from "Fokker only" to a wide variety of aircraft.

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