German Sky Has Its Wings Clipped

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German Sky Airlines, a subsidiary of Turkey's Sky Airlines, is currently without any operational aircraft. Both its 737-800s have been returned to their lessors and are seen here recently at a snowy Lasham, in southern England. The parent airline is still flying a fleet of 737s and the German operation still offers flights on its website, presumably operated by the Turkish airline.

The photo shows the two -800's with their distinctive starry tail logo.

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