|Quoting DC10Tim (Reply 11):|
TUI have much more white on the bellies:
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I feel pretty confident it's a United 767 or 777.
|Quoting Crank (Reply 18):|
I would have to say Zoom as well, United's blue is darker than the aircraft pictured and it appears too small to be a 777.
|Quoting Zander (Reply 20):|
It's definitely Zoom with a 767-300, that was my very first thought before I saw any answers.
The fuselage is too thin for being a 777 and the blue color is not even near the one United is using
|Quoting ThierryD (Reply 21):|
Guys, did you never watch any planes crusing high up from the ground? Ever heard anything about proportions? Of course the fuselage looks quite small on that shot but given the proportions it can't be a B767. Yeah sure
I also just looked up the Zoom fleet and it doesn't have B777s so that will put Zoom out of the game as well; this also fits the white painted part (stabilizer) on the A/C on Maxim's shot <--> Zoom is ALL blue! Also concerning Zoom: given their European destinations they would not overfly Belgium on their way to Canada.
|Quoting Crank (Reply 26):|
What are you talking about? Look at the shots posted above, the planes are completely different, the first one being a 777-200 and the second one being a 767-300.