Jet2 (LS, Leeds/Bradford) has ended dedicated B737 freighter operations after its only remaining B737-300(F) was withdrawn from commercial service this week.
According to Flightradar24 ADS-B data, G-CELW (msn 23659) was ferried to Kemble Cotswold Airport on Tuesday, January 17.
Jet2 used the aircraft, along with its dwindling fleet of B737-300(QC)s, to carry out overnight flights throughout the United Kingdom for and on behalf of Royal Mail under a contract which expired this month.
Jet2 (LS, Leeds/Bradford) has announced it has finalized an order with Boeing (BOE, Chicago O'Hare) for four additional B737-800s. With this addition, the UK leisure specialist's order backlog with the US manufacturer stands at thirty-four B737-800s.
Jet2 said in a statement that the quartet of aircraft would deliver between August 2018 and January 2019. In terms of passenger operations, the airline currently operates sixteen B737-300s, twenty-eight B737-800s, and eleven B757-200s on ...