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PH-HZA Boeing 737-8K2(WL) c/n 28373 l/n 51 - transavia.com 'kulula' winglets - Amsterdam Airport Schiphol in Holland - 20 May 2014 more at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol

Boeing 737-8K2 s/n 28373 l/n 51 flew first on 19 May 1998. The aircraft was registered PH-HZA with Transavia Airlines CV, Schiphol, on 16 June 1998. The PH-HZA was registered with Transavia Airlines CV, Schiphol, as holder and Olbia Ltd., Dublin, as owner, on 6 December 2007. Boeing PH-HZK was leased by Transavia to Air Berlin (05/11/2003 - 14/04/2004); Sun Country Airlines (02/11/2005 - 23/04/2006 and 19/12/2007 - 07/04/2008). On 12 December 2008, registration PH-HZA was cancelled as exported to Canada. The same day, the Boeing was registered C-GKZA with Sunwing Airlines Inc., Toronto. On 14 April 2009, registration C-GKZA was cancelled as exported to The Netherlands. The same day, the aircraft was restored to the Dutch register as PH-HZA with Transavia Airlines CV, Schiphol, as holder and Olbia Ltd., Dublin, as owner. On 31 October 2009, the Boeing 737 was withdrawn from use and on 19 November 2009, registration PH-HZA was cancelled. On 22 November 2009, the Boeing was registered ZS-ZWO in South-Africa with kulula.com. On 5 May 2014, the Boeing was restored to as PH-HZA with Transavia Airlines as operator. On 20 May 2014, when seen at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, the aircraft was painted in Transavia colors with several parts, like the engines and winglets, still painted in the colors of kulula.com.

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