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| A visitor from Sweden posted Fri October 26, 2012:|
Nice closeup, and the effects of the "ice" makes the appearance of the aircraft very peculiar. ..As a comment to an earlier remark: Yes, aluminium corrodes, but in a different way than steel. It oxidizes and is degraded into aluminium oxide (powder). This is not an uncommon phenomenom in commercial airliners, and is usually discovered/repaired during periodical checks.
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sun September 23, 2012:|
And to think the French AF say their C-160s are knackered! ;-)
| A visitor from Portugal posted Fri September 14, 2012:|
Interesting point of view, but Azores is kinda warm during winter. It never drops below 50F
| A visitor from United States posted Fri September 14, 2012:|
I don't think there is anything wrong with the paint,looks like ice to me,remember it is January 21.
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed September 12, 2012:|
It is good that aluminum doesn`t corrode
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Tue September 11, 2012:|
The thumbnail makes it look like fire damage! Nice detail. Can even read some of the door decals.
| A visitor from Portugal posted Tue September 11, 2012:|
Very nice one Leandro! Congrats from Madeira Island. Rui Alves :)
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Mon September 10, 2012:|
If the Trall of the GAF would be an airliner, no passenger would fly with them with this "nice" painting!