Aviation Photo #1459549: Airbus A310-221 - Lufthansa / Swissair


Photo 4,260 of 4,263 by Steve Brimley
  • Udo K. Haafke
    Lufthansa / Swissair
    Airbus A310-221
    Airbus A310
    Airbus A310
    Airbus
    162
    F-WZLH
    Dusseldorf - International (Rhein-Ruhr / Lohausen)
    Germany
    April 1982
  • 225

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#1459549
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January 01, 2009
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A310-200 prototype on demo tour wearing Lufthansa c/s on port side, Swissair c/s on starboard side
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1024px

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Comments (8)

Anonymous
7 years ago
Very interesting subject. I never knew they did anything like that......what would the airline callsign be?
Anonymous
7 years ago
Poor aircraft need to share this.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Since it was a prototype on demo, it might have used the callsign used by Airbus.
Anonymous
6 years ago
The pilot works for Lufthansa and the first officer works for Swissair :)
Anonymous
5 years ago
Probably the callsign is "Swisshansa" or "Luftss"
Anonymous
4 years ago
While I knew this joint livery existed during the prototype-presentation tour I had never seen this head-on view - great shot! On another note, does anybody have a clue what's hiding behind this cute stubby Airbus? Looks like a Lockheed Hercules but it seems to carry an airline livery..
Anonymous
4 years ago
Nice shot! Yes it is a Herc, the Herc was used for airlines as well as the Lockheed L-100 :)
Anonymous
1 year ago
What a rare photo, I love it!

The Hercules was probably D-ACWF.