I'm not a fan of the blue & yellow engine nacelles.Jump to post
JannEejit wrote:Jump to postDiscuss... and also let's open it out to what are the longest surviving under original name airlines globally !
Airlines promoting green issues always seems pointless to me.Jump to post
The 777 went to ZRH for maintenance. http://skyliner-aviation.de/showphotos.main?from=1Jump to post
One of the A300s performed a test flight recently.Jump to post
30th October sees VLM Fokker 50s return to the ANR-LCY route. Cityjet recently announced they were cutting this service along with many other LCY routes
juliuswong wrote:The ironic is LH used to have operation in Italy, LHItalia or something. It didn't last long but shutdown. Now LH may march into Italy in greater scale if they allowed to buy over AZ. Aviation market is always interesting.
It's typeface not font!Jump to post
AtomicGarden wrote:I could dig a change from white fuselage to silverish grey like NW had.
AtomicGarden wrote:LH's livery is Eurowhite
GECAS = General Electric Capital Aviation Services. Nothing to do with the engine side of things.Jump to post
Due to replace the A319s on the St John's route next May.
http://www.routesonline.com/news/38/air ... -may-2018/