B777 it is. Sorry about that! If you zoom in and the aircraft disappears, then you have zoomed in too far (you hit a zoom level that uses different imagery for that location).
It in original imagery, there was an American Airlines B757 in this spot. When individual images were mosiacked together, the AA
B757 was cut in half. The pavement was a bit too complicated for the operator to clone over the remaining AA
757, so I had them copy the AF
777 parked at the satellite terminal part of Terminal 2 onto this spot. That required the removal of two jet bridges and catering trucks. You can see evidence of this by the damaged Air France titles on the fuselage and the shadow the aircraft is casting. I thought this was in an area that Air France aircraft normally wouldn't be found, so it would be very noticeable. I guess not though as I zoom to different levels revealing imagery from different acquisition dates that have plenty of Air France aircraft in this area.
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