|Quoting BNE (Thread starter):
I would expect a water cannon salute for their first flight from Johannesburg.
|Quoting Myt332 (Reply 6):|
Nice video Sean. Do they make you pay for the water canon salute?
|Quoting HB-IWC (Reply 2):|
The aircraft has a rather long ground time in JNB, most likely to optimize connectivity for Gatwick bound passengers.
|Quoting B747-437B (Reply 8):|
b) The ground time permits the same crew to have 8 hour rest and operate the return sector the same evening, saving large amounts on crew costs and hotel costs.
|Quoting SA006 (Reply 12):|
Hope everything went well Sean. Did you perhaps get to contact the photohraphers I gave you details for?
|Quoting LouA340 (Reply 15):|
How often does GIA fly into LGW now?
|Quoting AsoRock (Reply 19):
I wonder why the airline has not added any regional routes yet from its Accra hub. Perhaps the Lagos market is oversaturated with many carriers at the moment,
|Quoting EurostarVA (Reply 20):|
Sean, the water cannon salute video is awsome...
|Quoting 787KQ (Reply 22):|
What airline is that directly under the wing of Ghana International in the photo above? Is it Air Tanzania?