Transavia 737 turns out GOL 31072013
Boeing 73 7-8EH c/n 37601 (l/n 3301) PH-GUA is one of several 737s leased by Transavia from Brazilian carrier GOL. The aircraft apparently get quick change Transavia paint jobs with subquality adhesives, as the GOL colours get shining through quickly. Th GOL winglets are even left untouched. The GOL orange gets shining through on the leading edge of the vertical tail of this aircraft and part of GOL's "G" is visible on the fuselage. PH-GUA was photographed on 31 July 2013, a warm day, hence the trembling air. It is taxiing to the runway at Schiphol Amsterdam airport in The Netherlands (EHAM) to operate flight HV1789 to Faro. The 737 made its first flight on 26 May 2010 and was delivered to GOL as PR-GUA on 11 June 2010. It was leased to Transavia since 12 april 2013 and received the Dutch registration PH-GUA after the transfer.
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