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April’s New Airliners

by Matt Falcus

Here’s our selection of the new airliners in our skies this month, April 2019.

As always, remember to send us any pictures of new aircraft and liveries you spot this month to info@destinworld.com


Air Arabia’s New Livery

CN-NMF Airbus A320 Air Arabia

Being applied across its fleet and new deliveries, including Air Arabia Maroc. Seen here on CN-NMF.


Amazon Prime Air 737

Photo (c) Amazon

The US cargo carrier has started adding Boeing 737-800BCF converted freighters to its fleet.


Atran 737s

Photo (c) Atran

Atran in Russia is also adding Boeing 737-800BCF freighters to its fleet.


Croatia Airlines’ New Look


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A slightly revised livery for Croatia Airlines has appeared first on Airbus A319 9A-CTG.


JetAir Fokker 70

(c) JetAir Caribbean

A new operator the ageing Fokker 70 is JetAir of Curacao. It now has two of the type in its fleet.



OE-LVR A320 Level

The first Airbus A320 for LEVEL has been delivered to the Austrian operation.


Lion Air 80th ATR

F-WWEM ATR72 Wings

Lion Air’s 80th ATR aircraft is PK-WJQ ATR 72-600 with this special livery.


Mauritania Airlines Embraer

A new type to the airline’s fleet is the Embraer 175. The first example is 5T-CLL.


TAP’s First A321LR

The first Airbus A321LR for TAP Portugal has been delivered. It is CS-TXA.


Ukraine International Embraer 195


Ukraine International has also added Embraer aircraft to its fleet, with E195 UR-EMG now flying.



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1 comment

MERVYN CROWE April 13, 2019 - 2:55 am

Good to see the terrific little Fokker 70 still going, amazing airliner, we have heaps of them here in Australia.


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