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| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Mon November 1, 2010:|
When the first time I saw this plane, I couldnt believe that it is from Bangladesh....carry on..
| A visitor from - posted Sat May 1, 2010:|
GMG's new plane just landed today i.e. on May 1, 2010 in Dhaka ZIA International Airport. They have confirmed that they will buy one more B767 300ER and 3 narrow body aircraft soon. On the other hand Biman has abandoned its excellent new logo and gone back to the old one within a month of its new logo launch.
| A visitor from China posted Mon April 19, 2010:|
I have my only two 767 experience both with 2496 when she carries air china logo
goodbye to my friend
| A visitor from United States posted Fri April 2, 2010:|
Very colorful tropical foliage. Reminds me of the British Airways tail artworks. However, the mid fuselage looks too bare. More colors please.
| A visitor from Brazil posted Tue March 30, 2010:|
Very nice color scheme for this new airline, good luck to GMG airlines !
| A visitor from United States posted Mon March 29, 2010:|
Nice livery. Biman first and now GMG...
| A visitor from China posted Sun March 28, 2010:|
Beautiful theme！Say goodbye to my old friend!
| A visitor from United States posted Sun March 28, 2010:|
| A visitor from Canada posted Sat March 27, 2010:|
Psychedelic colour scheme for GMG and I love how you captured the angle of the aircraft in this photo.
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