glider
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Crossair's Livery

Sat Jan 19, 2002 8:48 am

I can't follow anymore; but today I saw at Brussels three Crossair aircrafts with all three a different livery on the tail. I know the one with the white cross, and the new one on a slight blue background; but I saw also another one. It was a design like the older design, but there was no cross on it. From far, it looked like a white arrow or something.
Can this be true (if yes, has somebody a picture for me?) or am I going mad?

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ILOVEA340
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RE: Crossair's Livery

Sat Jan 19, 2002 10:02 am

Crossair Europe (I think it was this that you saw Smile

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There is the old one:

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Photo © Gerardo Dominguez


The new one:

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Photo © Andre Osterloh


and eurocross:

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Sion Olympics (no longer painted like this)

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Withdraw scheme of Saab 340's

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The oldest style (no longer exists)

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if it was not one of these could you please try to explane in detail what you saw, because I am interested.
Crossair Europe just flys normal crossair routes. I think they serve GVA more than ZRH. (but I am not sure.)
 
nfx
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RE: Crossair's Livery

Sat Jan 19, 2002 10:03 am

old livery


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new livery


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eurocross


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was it that one?
 
glider
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RE: Crossair's Livery

Sun Jan 20, 2002 4:01 am

Thx guys,

ILOVEA340, it was indeed one of your pics, it was Crossair Europe (first pic).
Can you tell me if this is the only plane with such a livery?
Regards,
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Ndebele
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RE: Crossair's Livery

Sun Jan 20, 2002 5:35 am

ILOVEA340:
Crossair Europe does not fly on ordinary Crossair routes. As you might know, BSL "Euro-Airport" has got a Swiss and a French part. And afaik, those French registered Crossair Europe aircraft operate from the French part of BSL only, which means that there are probably special Crossair Europe routes. I've seen Crossair Europe at BSL and at BRU, but I never ever saw a Crossair Europe aircraft neither at ZRH nore STR (that's where I live and work).

Not sure about GVA, but considering the fact that I saw both LX Europe aircraft at BSL at the same time, I guess that every flights starts or ends at BSL.
 
ILOVEA340
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Ndebele

Sun Jan 20, 2002 7:00 am

You are correct about them all being based in the French part of BSL. They do however fly standard crossair routes. BSL-BRU for example. I was on one once from BSL-GVA.
I had it operated by s standard crossair crew so I am not sure how the crewing works.