Kuluka 737

Kuluka 737

Postby Southendnick on Thu 21 Jan 2010, 12:38 am

Was just looking round Airliners.net and founf this have to say I like it :clap:

http://www.airliners.net/photo/Kulula-(Comair)/Boeing-737-86N/1641994/L/
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Re: Kuluka 737

Postby Fouga on Thu 21 Jan 2010, 1:08 am

Handy site for you if you want to see some more stuff that you normally wouldnt hear/see in the UK, Ireland has some nice rare birds too! :yahoo:

It's updated daily/asap too, It's called "Contrails" and your bird "101" is in it!
http://www.flightglobal.com/airspace/bl ... fault.aspx

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OK-PIK - the Far Side
Tue, Jan 19 2010 4:47 PM
The first of eight B737-800 aircraft to be acquired by South African low cost operator Kulula departed Shannon today for Ostrava where final preparations will be carried out prior to delivey to the southern hemisphere later this month. The aircraft, msn 28612 had registration OK-PIK taped on for the return flight to the Czech airport. The paint scheme on the port and starboard is different insofar as the arrowed text highlights different features on each side of the frame.

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Filed under: Shannon Airport, GECAS, Kulula.com

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ZS-ZWP in Kulula "flying 101" themed colours
Mon, Jan 18 2010 6:39 PM

The tranformation on GECAS B737-86N msn 28612 is complete. On Sunday last, January 10 the aircraft arrived in Shannon from Ostrava registered OK-PIK in the full colours of failed French carrier Axis Airways. Today the aircraft made a brief appearance from the Eirtech Aviation paint hangar (formerly Lufthansa Technik) having been painted for its next life with South African low cost carrier Kulula.com.

Kulula aircraft colour schemes are that bit different from the norm and msn 28612 continues the trend. To be registered ZS-ZWP on delivery to South Africa, the company has developed "flying 101" as the theme for this frame. The aircraft is adorned with lots of text highlighting the various parts of the aircraft from the registration which is "secret agent code" to "engine #2" and the cockpit which has "sun roof" above the "co captain" window which is just behind the "nose cone". The aircraft is due to depart Shannon tomorrow but will have the Czech registration taped on for the flight back to Ostrava.

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Re: Kuluka 737

Postby MrAngry2 on Mon 01 Feb 2010, 10:28 am

I think thats a brilliant scheme, 'Toilet (or mile high initiation chamber)' :grin:
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Re: Kuluka 737

Postby Wes_Howes on Mon 01 Feb 2010, 10:46 am

:grin: brings a whole new meaning to "instructional airframe" :grin:

My favourite has to be "Back Door (no bribery / corruption here) :grin:
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Re: Kuluka 737

Postby jackstarbuck on Mon 01 Feb 2010, 9:51 pm

Love all of that scheme except the bit about the 'black box'. Always nice to be reminded about crashing just before you get on the aeroplane :ninja:
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Re: Kuluka 737

Postby Synthetic on Tue 02 Feb 2010, 12:33 am

Brilliant.
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