Boeing 737-83N s/n 32348 l/n 993 flew first on as N1787B on 16 August 2001. The aircraft is owned by GECAS and leased first American Trans Air
and delivered as N306TZ on 31 August 2001. American Trans Air changed their name to ATA on 19 March 2003. ATA returned the N306TZ to the lessor
GECAS on 22 April 2005. In May 2005, the Boeing was leased to Gol Linhas Aereas Inteligents SA and registered PR-GIB in Brazil. On 16 April 2009,
the PR-GIB arrived at Amsterdam-Schiphol in the Netherlands on lease to Transavia until October
2009. The aircraft was registered PH-HSS in the Netherlands with Transavia Airlines CV, Schiphol-Centrum, on 20 April 2009.
Boeing 737-83N PH-HSS in transavia.com colours with Gol wingtips was photographed during its first visit to Groningen Airport Eelde.
On 29 October 2009, registration PH-HSS was cancelled and the Boeing was restored to PR-GIB on 5 November 2009.