29/11/2009: Air Italy has returned 2 Boeing 757s; both aircraft, EI-IGA and EI-IGB, have been ferried to Victorville; subsidiary Air Italy Egypt‘s only 757 was returned as well; this aircraft was bought by FedEx and was re-registered N993FD before being ferried from France to Victorville;
03/10/2009: I-Fly is a new Russian operator who intends to start with 3 Boeing 757-200s; all aircraft were previously with Kras Air; the first two aircraft, EI-DUC & EI-DUD, have already been repainted in full I-Fly c/s;
02/08/1009: Sky Wings of Greece is a new Boeing 757 operator; currently c/n 27204 is being repainted at San Jose in Costa Rica; this aircraft was previously intended to go on lease to Khors Air, but lease was never taken up; Eagle Aviation Europe is the new name of French operator Eagle Aviation after it went into receivership. The airline will lease 1 Boeing 757, c/n 25624, and will be registered F-GTIP; All 10 757-200’s which Northwest Airlines sold earlier this year, will likely all be scrapped;
04/04/2009: Eram Air(lines) is appearantly a new 757 operator; Vim Airlines is operating 2 757s on behalf of the Iranian airline; both aircraft are wearing Eram titles inbetween the Vim Airlines titles on the fuselage;
03/04/2009: Air Sylhet is a new Boeing 757 operator from India; it has leased a single aircraft from Icelandair (TF-LLY, c/n 22691), and will initially fly twice per week Birmingham-Vienna-Amritsar; the head office is based in Vienna;
28/03/2009: Elite Airways is an American airline which is currently operating a Canadair CRJ-200; according to their website they should receive a Boeing 757 shortly; Mint Airways is a new Spanish airline which should be starting up in the next few months; apparently they will start with a single Boeing 757-200; their website is www.mint-airways.com;
25/01/2009: Northwest Airlines has put 10 Boeing 757-200s into storage (last 3 months of 2008). All 10 aircraft (c/n 23193, 23194, 23195, 23197, 23198, 23199, 23200, 23201, 23202 & 23203) have been offered for sale.