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New Airliners June 2017

by Matt Falcus
Iran Air ATR

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

 

Allegiant Air’s First Owned A320

Allegiant A320

The first Airbus A320 the low-cost carrier has bought itself joins the fleet in the form of N246NV.

 

Batik Air 737 MAX

737 MAX delivery

Becomes the first airline to introduce the Boeing 737 MAX 8 from its Kuala Lumpur Base.

 

 

Delta’s First A350 Emerges

 
1st Airbus A350 Delta Airlines N501DN

Seen outside the paint shop at Toulouse, this aircraft will be testing around southern France before delivery later in the summer.

 

 

Iran Air ATR 72

Iran Air ATR

First examples of this new type to join Iran Air.

 

 

JetBlue NYPD Scheme

This new “Blue Finest” scheme honouring the NYPD appears on JetBlue A320 N531JL.

 

LEVEL Begins Flying

By Daniel Luis Gómez Adenis from Alcalá de Henares, España (LEVEL) [CC BY 2.0], via Wikimedia Commons

Spain’s new low-cost, long-haul airline LEVEL begins flying with A330 EC-MOY.

 

 

Monarch 737-800

Ahead of its own 737 MAX aircraft, Monarch is flying with this ex-Pegasus Airlines 737-800 G-ZBAV.

 

Red Wings A321

Red Wings A321

Photo (c) Matt Varley

First of the type to join this Russian airline, registration 2-TBXU (to become VP- )

 

Swiss CS300 Delivered

Swiss CS300

The first of Swiss Global Airlines’ new Bombardier CS300s is delivered. Registered HB-JCA.

 

 

Vistara’s First A320neo

Indian low-cost airline receives its first A320neo, VT-TNB.

 

Vueling’s Disneyland Paris Plane

 

A post shared by Vueling (@vueling) on

Airbus A320 EC-MLE is painted to commemorated Disneyland Paris’ 20th Anniversary.

 

If you spot a new delivery, colour scheme or prototype aircraft, please send it in for inclusion next month!

 

 

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2 comments

Shlok Machchhar June 16, 2017 - 9:01 am

Vistara airlines is not a low cost carrier

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phil davies June 17, 2017 - 7:28 am

brill

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