Transavia goes GOL 28082013
Dutch airline Transavia frequently leases aircraft from Brazilian airline GOL. The aircraft are then temporarily painted and probably also stickered in Transavia colours. But apparently the paint job is done rather hastily, as the GOL colours start shining through on the aircraft quickly. On this aircraft, Boeing 73 7-8EH c/n 36596 PH-GGX, the GOL orange already becomes visible after just some months of Transavia service on the leading edge of the vertical tail, while the GOL logo on the winglets was even left intact. The aircraft was photographed on 28 August 2013 just after take-off from runway 09 at Schiphol Amsterdam airport in The Netherlands (EHAM), operating flight HV5951 to Lisbon. The 737 made its first flight as N1787B on 22 February 2010 and was delivered to GOL on 18 March 2010. it was leased to Transavia in 2011 and 2013 and in both cases the registration was changed to PH-GGX. On 2 October 2013 it went back to GOL as PR-GGX.
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