On 3 May 2006, Boeing 737-8BK s/n 33029 l/n 1945 flew first. This Boeing was part of an order placed by CIT Leasing Corporation,
until April 2017 part of the CIT Group Inc. On 4 April 2017, CIT Group Inc. announced that it had sold its commercial aircraft
leasing business to the international aircraft leasing company Avolon Holdings Limited (Avolon). On 26 May 2006. the Boeing 737-8BK
was registered first 5B-DCE with Ajet as holder but was returned in November 2006 to the lessor when Ajet ceased operations and
stored at Lasham airfield in the UK. On 1 December 2006, the aircraft was registered G-OXLC with XL Airways UK, London, as holder.
In 2007, the G-OXLC was subleased to Nok Air. On 12 September 2008, XL Airways UK ceased its operations and the aircraft was stored
at Dinard Airport in France. On 8 October 2008, the G-OXLC returned to its lessor and registered with CIT Aerospace International,
Dublin. On 18 November 2008, registration G-OXLC was cancelled and the same day, the aircraft was registered C-FYLC in Canada with
Sunwing Airlines, Toronto, as holder. Over the years, Sunwing Airlines subleased the Boeing 737 C-FYLC during the summer period to
Viking Airlines (2009 and 2010); Thomson Airways (2011; 2012 and 2013) and Travel Service Poland / Smartwings (2014 and 2016). In
2014, the Boeing 737-8BK C-FYLK was fitted with Scimitar winglets. In the summer season of 2017, the C-FYLC is subleased by TUI
Airlines Netherlands, and on 19 April 2017, the Sunwing' Boeing arrived at Amsterdam Airport for the summerlease to TUI. On 16
October 2017, the summerlease to TUI came to an end when the C-FYLC left AMS on its way back to Canada. On 27 September 2017,
Boeing 737-8BK C-FYLC was seen at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol in service with TUI.