Photo © Rubén Valero - Iberian Spotters
Photo © Gustavo Rodriguez Adan
I like the fact that the engines have SB's logo like the 752 and the now retired Dc10s.
Saludos desde Monterrey,
|Quoting Danny (Reply 2):|
Leased out for the winter
|Quoting B757200 (Reply 4):|
Luis, do you have further information about the Lufthansa/Aeropostal rumor?
|Quoting Luisde8cd (Reply 7):|
Are you sure or just speculating? I doubt that S3 would spend so much money on painting a 767 to only fly it for a couple of weeks.
|Quoting Erikgnoha (Reply 6):|
Quoting miaMIx707 (Reply 5):
Is there a possibility this bird will be seen at mia?
Not at all. This bird will be deploy to MAD, Tenerife and Funchal.
|Quoting MAH4546 (Reply 10):|
There is a chance. Islas Airways has had it's eye on running a weekly CCS-MIA-TFN flights for a while. Now that Venezuelan-regiestered planes can fly to the United States, Santa Barbara can fly the route with an Islas codeshare, pending being granted traffic rights by Spain (the US will grant MIA-TFN rights easily).
Now, if this happens or not is totally up in the air, but Islas Airways has not been secret about their desire to connect Florida and the Canary Islands. More importantly than providing a non-stop link for the Canary Island community in South Florida, it opens up an important new tourist route.