31 March 2008

Some Rarebirds of Last Week

Last week has been pretty hectic with the announcement that Aloha will be shutting down its passenger service. Having been in the Explorers program, I cant help but to feel like Im loosing a family member. 61 years of flying history will come to an end today. I just only hope that the employees and the birds of Aloha have a bright future ahead of them.

With that being said, pics of the RAAF 737, a white A321 (VH-VWY), and a Continental 752 with winglets (N13113).




3 comments:

mgate said...

I have to say, the 75s look really good with their winglets. I'm not fond of flying them over to the islands, but as we all know, "It's better to look good than to feel good".

Blue Wave 707 said...

The RAAF BBJ is A36-001, a 737-7DT(W), c/n is 30829, and is a VIP transport for Australian government officials.

Couldn't find any info on this A321 ...

The CO 757-224(W)'s c/n is 27555. CO occaisionally subs the 752s on west coast flights.

Blue Wave 707 said...

The A321 is msn 1408, ex-Spirit, going to JetStar. The routing was VCV-HNL-APW-BNE.