The auction has been closed.
The Airbus A330-200 was delivered to the British Airtours International Airways in June 1999 with the registration G-MLJL and the Manufacturer's Serial Number (MSN) 254. The aircraft was in use for a total of eight years for the airline, which was renamed MyTravel Airways in 2002, and flew to international destinations. In 2007, MyTravel merged with Thomas Cook Airlines and the entire fleet, which at the time consisted of 16 aircraft - including three A330-200s - was taken over. At the same time, the Swedish MyTravel Airways A / S was renamed Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia, for which our G-MLJL was also used. In September 2012 Garuda Indonesia used the Airbus until Thomas Cook took it over again in November 2012.
The A330 started its last flight from Orlando to Manchester on September 23, 2012. It was not just the last flight for our plane, but the last flight overall for Thomas Cook to file for bankruptcy. This marked the end of an era after 178 years.