A run-down of the new airliners to see in our skies in September 2017.
New Channel Islands carrier operating BN2 Islander G-BEJD, based Guernsey.
Air Mauritius A350
Air Senegal ATR 72
Le premier @ATRaircraft #72-600 pour Air Sénégal ! ?? #PaxEx #Avgeek
Via @Frenchpainter pic.twitter.com/axCd58EgUL
— The Travelers Club (@zeTravelersClub) September 13, 2017
First ATR 72-600 for the African airline spotted at Toulouse.
ANA All Nippon Airways’ First A321neo
First aircraft joins the fleet. Reigstration JA131A, msn 7839. There are 21 more on order.
New Azerbaijan-based low-cost carrier started operations with two Embraer 190s.
Latest Saudi Arabian low-cost carrier starts flights with Airbus A320 at end of September.
Hong Kong Airlines A350 Delivered
First A350 for the carrier was delivered. Registration B-LGA.
Korean Air CS300 Painted
Airline is due to take delivery soon. First CS300 is HL8092.
German airline has taken two CRJ200s, OY-RJC and D-AGRA.
Qantas Silver Roo
This Boeing 737-800, VH-VYE, appeared in Silver Roo colours.
Qatar Airways A350-1000
First Customer #Airbus #A350-1000 (#Qatar Airways cn 088) emerge from paint this afternoon. Delivery expected before the end of 2017 #Avgeek pic.twitter.com/eI9Fb078Fr
— Jujug Spotting (@Frenchpainter) August 29, 2017
First stretched A350-1000 for the carrier is painted.
Southwest Airlines 737 MAX
Low-key delivery due to Texas flooding. First 737 MAX for Southwest entering service.