F-GTUI performing a flypast at Kemble can be seen below. A truly stunning sight!
MartijnNL wrote:charles022 wrote:Does have anyone have an OSD for EI-WLA please?
What does OSD stand for?
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Anyone know how many cycles/hours G-ZZZC ended up with? http://thebasource.com/aircraft/b777-200/g-zzzc/ has no information about but it also reports that it has been ferried for part-out and scrap today. As only two old 772s are left flying for BA I guess these sisterships will also be retired ver...Jump to post
The only aircraft that is currently active, as mentioned, is the Stargazer. Although the ex RAF frames at Bruntingthorpe have regular maintenance done to them (anti det runs etc..), as they are due to leave to a new owner in the States for aerial refuelling duties (that's if they ever leave!). The a...Jump to post
L-1011: Royal Air Force - we went up to tank RAF Typhoons and then a second time during the TriStar's farewell event where two flew in formation together. DC-10: Airtours and then Biman Bangladesh when they brought the -10 over to the UK for a farewell event. MD-11: KLM MIA-AMS. then a further 2x fl...Jump to post
scbriml wrote:Anyone know when it will be leaving MAN?
An update on this if anyone is interested. The room in question was actually 526, which I eventually got, after overcoming the language barrier and assuring them that I would pay the extra for the bigger room. The room itself is ok, but it is at an awkward angle for photos of the runway and taxiway...Jump to post
The Thomas Cook B767's are now gone, one has gone to Amazon Prime Air, and the other 2 to Condor. However, still plenty of widebody action from MAN: Jet2 will have an A330 to various points, notably Palma, Rhodes and Tenerife. Thomson use a B787 for various short haul flights Thomas Cook use the A3...Jump to post