European Aircharter is still in operation and this year have acquired four new aircraft consisting of two BaE 146's and Two ex-Westjet 737-200s.
One of those Westjet machines is now being scrapped to offer spares for the rest of the fleet, it's engines have recently been put on G-CEAH as they are more fuel efficient and quieter.
The 737 fleet is up for sale but until they are brought they will remain in action.
The Boeing 747's have been taken out of service. G-BDXE & XF
were the last two to remain flying but have now been taken to Kemble for storage. XG & XH
are sat at Bournemouth wingless awaiting to be scrapped. XJ
was sold, and XO
scrapped at Amsterdam.
Some of the European 737-200's have been sent out to Ozjet, that includes G-GPFI(Now VH
-OZQ), G-CEAD (Now VH
-OBN), G-CEAI (Now VH
-OZU). G-CEAJ was pulled back from Australia to Bournemouth (UK) and since has been operating in full Ozjet colours but on EAL flights.
So the fleet is as follows:
G-BDXE - Stored, Kemble
- Stored, Kemble
G-BDXG - Scrapping, Bournemouth
- Scrapping, Bournemouth
- Sold, Manston
G-BDXO - Scrapped, Amsterdam
G-CEAC - Palmair Flights, Bournemouth
G-CEAD - Transferred to Ozjet (VH-OBN)
G-CEAE - Flying, Bournemouth
G-CEAF - Flying, Bournemouth
G-CEAG - Stored, Bournemouth
G-CEAH - Flying, Bournemouth
G-CEAI - Transfered to Ozjet (VH-OZU)
G-CEAJ - Flying, Bournemouth (Ozjet Livery)
G-FIGP - Stored, Bournemouth
G-GPFI - Transfered to Ozjet (VH-OZQ)
N748AP - Stored, up for sale
N752AP - Scrapping, Bournemouth
N9086L - Stored, up for Sale
N9070L - Stored, up for Sale
The airlines new website can be found here: http://www.eaac.co.uk/
[Edited 2006-08-27 17:58:01]