Friday 14 February 2014 - Oman Air Airbus A330-343E A40-DE diverts in from Heathrow due to weather

Oman Air Airbus A330-343E A40-DE was one of a large number of aircraft that diverted into
BHX during the evening as a result of appalling weather and high winds in the south east
- it was operating from Muscat to Heathrow at the time Photo: Matt Sutton

Jet2 Boeing 737-8S3 OK-TSA which is operated on their behalf by Travel Service
had earlier diverted in while operating from Rome to Manchester....

.... after refuelling it continued its journey to Manchester

Thomas Cook Airbus A321-211 G-TCDC operated an additional IT flight to Tenerife for "Half Term"
after positioning in from Belfast - the first visit of a Thomas Cook aircraft in their full new scheme

Airbus A320-214 M-RAFF reappeared out of the Monarch Hangar now registered G-ZBAP and
different from the rest of the fleet by the "AP" above the cockpit window - its planned departure
to Bournemouth for painting into Monarch colours was however delayed by the weather


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