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LTU's Latest Leasings

Wed May 24, 2006 5:57 pm

Checking the database, i've noticed that LTU leased two B763ER from Martinair, PH-MCH/I, the A306 of Hapagfly, an A306 from Monarch and a B747 from Air Plus Comet, although it has received its new A332 D-ALPH. Is it to fil the gap left by the return of D-AERF to lessor ? Is LTU to receive additional aircrafts ?
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LTU's Latest Leasings

Wed May 24, 2006 6:40 pm

LTU had some trouble with their fleet recently - one A333 was grounded due to cracks in the wing fuel tanks, while another one was already leaving the fleet in order to be replaced by a brand-new A332 (D-ALPH).

Also, an IWD A332 operated for LTU for a few days in April.
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