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January 14, 2011

SPY PHOTOS: Air Jamaica to Unveil Colorful New Livery on Airline’s First Boeing 737-800

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A number of photographers caught Air Jamaica’s first Boeing 737-800 at Fort Lauderdale (FLL) on Thursday, wearing a colorful new livery ahead of an official unveiling scheduled for Friday. [PHOTO GALLERY BELOW…]

Air Jamaica new livery 9Y-JMA

(Photo by David M Knies)

The aircraft, registered 9Y-JMA, is the first 737-800 operated by Air Jamaica, which until now has maintained an all-Airbus fleet. Caribbean Airlines, on the other hand—which recently acquired Air Jamaica—operates only 737-800 jets, along with a few Dash-8 turboprops.

The plane, owned by ILFC, was formerly leased to Yemenia, where it was registered as 7O-ADL.

Trinidad and Tobago-based Caribbean will formally complete its acquisition and launch “a new Air Jamaica” at an event in Kingston tonight.



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