EI-SEV Boeing 737-700 Ryanair

Irish low cost carrier Ryanair transferred its sole Boeing 737-73S registered EI-SEV msn 29078 to its Polish subsidiary Buzz , re-registered as SP-RUM at London Stansted between 23 March and 2 April. Flightradar24 reveals the aircraft operated 3rd April from London Stansted to Glasgow Prestwick as RYS303.

According to Planespotters.net remarks aircraft will be operated as ‘Crew training & standby aircraft’.

At time of publication Buzz Base location is unknown.

In 2016 the carrier acquired the aircraft specifically for pilot training a regular visitor at East Midlands, Glasgow Prestwick and Shannon Airports, later launching a corporate jet charter service configured in 60 business class, reclining, leather seats with 2×2 configuration with a range of six hours flight time. In Winter 2018 the aircraft was made available to corporate & group hire market.

Since reconfiguration into 147 seat economy class the aircraft has been operated on  schedule services on an ad-hoc/stand-by basis and training flights and on missions for new base and route announcements operating to Amman, Jordan and Tbilisi, Georgia in recent years.

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