|Quoting IanatSTN (Reply 2):|
If the different colours were split vertically, it could well of been having a new rudder fitted which, as yet, hasn't been painted into VS livery.
|Quoting VS747SPUR (Reply 5):|
I think it was in the BA hangar too, abit hypocritical of Branson.
|Quoting VS747SPUR (Reply 13):|
Anyone know where G-VSSS was before Air New Zealand ?
|Quoting Matt72033 (Reply 16):|
I think that's the DAS cargo hangar. I've seen VS aircraft in there before that were being converted. Often the VS rudder is left on as it needs to be re rigged and calibrated after painting as its such a finely balanced control. I see DAS cargo Dc10's in the same hangar so I can only guess it belongs to them!
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