Aviation Photo #0977269: Boeing 737-217/Adv - First Air


Photo 4,260 of 4,263 by Steve Brimley
  • John Davies - CYOW Airport Watch
    First Air
    Boeing 737-217/Adv
    Boeing 737-200 (T-43)
    Boeing 737-200 (T-43)
    Boeing
    22258
    770
    C-GCPT
    Ottawa - Macdonald-Cartier International / Uplands
    Ontario
    Canada
    December 15, 2005
  • 81

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Photo ID
#0977269
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December 16, 2005
Caption
This new addition to the First Air Fleet, with an Inukshuk on the tail is seen here departing from runway 07, heading for Iqaluit. ex Canadian Pacific, Canadian Airlines and Zip Airlines.
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1024px
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768px

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Comments (9)

Anonymous
10 years ago
Wonderful shot, but why did they put Stonehenge on the tail? :D
Anonymous
10 years ago
I love that photo. So clean and crisp. The Inukshuk is a lifelike figure of stone erected by the Inuit people of Canada's Arctic. It acts as a beacon to help guide people through the Arctic tundra. A fitting symbol for Canada's Northern Airline.
Anonymous
10 years ago
Really like the new colour scheme. The Inukshuk is a fitting symbol for this airline.
Anonymous
10 years ago
Thanks for clearing that up, didn't know what an inukshk was!
Merry Christmas, G.T
Anonymous
10 years ago
First capture with inukshuk on the tail. A/c look very clean (bright) and good attitude to show this news color of first-air
Anonymous
10 years ago
Lovely shot and a great new scheme. Much better than the old '70s looking colours (though they are still there in the wordmark). Thanks for sharing!

- ExPedia
Anonymous
10 years ago
If only ACs new color scheme was as shiny as the engine on this beast...
Anonymous
10 years ago
Nicer colours than last time, really nice!!!!!!!!!1
Anonymous
10 years ago
Woaaa! Just look at those shiny engines of this "Tin Mouse". And I love the tailpaint by the way!