Thomsonfly said it will purchase two 737-300s and three new dash 800s, taking delivery in the first quarter of 2007. It also said it will sell two 767-200s to Silverjet, an all-business-class startup scheduled to commence operations at London Luton in December. Silverjet will take the aircraft in March and October 2007. Thomsonfly said it will dispose of two 737-500s next spring but offered no further details. It currently operates 47 Boeing aircraft.

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