Aviation Photo #4217319 Airbus A330-941N - Airbus

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Photo Added: February 09, 2017

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Maryland, USA
1 month ago
Wow those new winglets are... underwhelming
1 month ago
Yeah
Germany
1 month ago
They're much longer, though, by about 2 m each.
Washington, USA
1 month ago
And T-Rex thought his arms were short...
Denmark
1 month ago
the registration on this bird is FWWTTE...must be a printing error
New South Wales, Australia
1 month ago
You are correct.
Poland
1 month ago
Looks so much nicer and sportier than that ugly out of proportion A350. Looking forward to see these in the near future!
1 month ago
It all makes sense now! I just came to the realization that NEO for the A330 stands for "No Engine Option." Jokes aside, I find it underwhelming in appearance like all A330s but I'm sure it will be a good aircraft.
1 month ago
Is anybody able to explain me the reason why the front windows frame has become black on the A350 and now on A330N? I think the aircrafts looks like a bandit more than an airliner... Now I've seen also the Air Canada is painting in black the front windows frame.... Is that a fashion trend or has it a technical reason?
New South Wales, Australia
1 month ago
Dunno... Something 'bout the windows? IDK...
New South Wales, Australia
1 month ago
I got my answer now...
The A350 also has a windshield anti-ice system. It is referred to in this answer. One thing both aircraft have in common is that they use curved windshields. I'm not sure if that adds to the black look. But what does add to the black sunglasses look is that the window frames are painted black.
Ontario, Canada
1 month ago
I loooooove it! It gives it an eagle like look, real sleek
Ontario, Canada
1 month ago
Oh and almost forgot, I think it has to do with the fact that black absorbs light, probably better for the pilots
New South Wales, Australia
1 month ago
I LOVE how the blue is used on the tail especially when it writes 'neo' Ombre is always delightful...
California, USA
1 month ago
More like a mix of A330-300 and the A350-900.
Ontario, Canada
1 month ago
Is it just me or is the like the 787

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