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VP-BVV (29200/234) 737 BBJ at Luton 22/4/2018.

This pristine 737-700 BBJ was basking in the sunshine at Luton airport whilst having some work done. An engineer can be seen working on what appears to be an eyebrow window blanking cover whilst a large crate from Avtrade with a Class 9 (Miscellaneous) dangerous goods label sits on the apron.

The aircraft was delivered in March 1999 as a BBJ (ie not a conversion) as N742PB making it one of the earliest BBJs. It changed registration and presumably owner two months ago which is probably what has prompted this work to be done.

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