The Maltese airline Corendon Europe has registered the eleventh Boeing 9-737 on the AOC with 800H-CXG. The aircraft was originally delivered to Thomson Airways as G-FDZW and was last used as D-ATYI by the German sister company Tuifly.
This Boeing 737-800 was “interimly stored” in the Austrian register as OE-IWR for almost a year. The current 9H-CXG is owned by CIAF Leasing. Corendon Europe gave this machine a special livery advertising Hull City football club.
According to information from Mavio, the medium-haul jet will be stationed in Nuremberg, Germany, in the 2022 summer flight schedule and will head for various holiday destinations from there. Corendon Europe is the Maltese branch of the Turkish Corendon Airlines and, including the 9H-CXG, has eleven Boeing 737-800s. Next are numerous wet lease aircraft are in use for the Group.