Aviation Photo #1768036 Boeing KC-767-2J6ER/MMTT Jupiter - Untitled

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First Boeing 767-200MMTT (Multi-Mission Tanker Transport) off the conversion line seen being towed back into the Bedek ramp after another test flight. This frame is the first one desitend for the Colombian Air Force and should be delivered late 2010. The aircraft is equiped with 2 APR-3 pods on its wings as opposed to most tankers who use a boom. I'd like to dedicate this shot to my good friend Noam Menashe for the birth of his twin daughters, Mazal Tov mate!
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Comments (4)

Anonymous
7 years ago
The way you have captured the light reminds me something of an 80s photo. Also, the subject matter is quite rare to say the least! Beautiful!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Great photo! still can see Air China Livery in the nose part of the aircraft.
Anonymous
7 years ago
I agree - how rare! a great photo with the plane perfectly angled to show its features. how many 767s are colombia receiving? any other customers?
Anonymous
7 years ago
FAC is only receiving one 767, it will replace the old 707 called "zeus" (FAC1201)

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