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New Airliners July 2017

by Matt Falcus

For you spotters, loggers and aircraft photographers out there, here are the new airliners to look out for in July 2017.


Cathay Pacific’s Spirit of Hong Kong 777

A new Spirit of Hong Kong scheme has been applied to Cathay Pacific’s Boeing 777-300ER B-HNK.


Delta Becomes an A350 Operator

Delta A350

Photo (c) Delta Air Lines

Delta Air Lines will be the next new carrier to operate the Airbus A350 when its first example is delivered. Seen during testing at Toulouse is N510DN.


easyJet’s A320neo Arrives

easyJet A320neo

Photo (c) easyJet

Large A320 family operator easyJet has taken delivery of its first A320neo model, G-UZHA. It wears special ‘NEO’ titles.


Norwegian’s 737 MAX Arrives

Norwegian 737 MAX

Delivery day for Norwegian’s first Boeing 737 MAX 8 saw two aircraft delivered simultaneously. They are EI-FYA and EI-FYB.


Novair’s First A321neo

Novair A321neo

The first A321neo for the Swedish leisure carrier is delivered. Registered SE-RKA on delivery.


Sunrise Airways’s First A320

Photo credit: Sunrise Airways/SBPR

Sunrise Airways’ new Airbus A320, ZS-GAR, arrives at Toussaint Louverture International Airport  in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.


Swiss CS300 Special Scheme

The airline’s first Bombardier CS300, HB-JCA, has been dedicated to the people of Western Switzerland with this special scheme.


TAP Portugal’s Retro A330

TAP has joined the ranks of European airlines showcasing a retro livery by adding this retro scheme on its A330 CS-TOV.


WOW Air’s First A321neo

WOW Air of Iceland became the first European carrier to fly the Airbus A321neo when TF-SKY was delivered on 21 June 2017.


Zimbabwe Airways Adds Boeing 777

Zimbabwe Airways 777

Air Zimbabwe has rebranded as Zimbabwe Airways and is taking four second-hand Boeing 777-200s. The first, wearing the airline’s new scheme, is ex-Malaysian 9M-MRP.


If you spot a new airline, livery or newsworthy aircraft this month, please send it to us for inclusion in next month’s list!






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