Seems the previous thread regarding VS dropping or modifying their emblem wasn't an April fools joke.
One of the A350s has a modified flying lady.
https://www.flickr.com/photos/100507254 ... /contacts/
CWL757 wrote:BA A319 G-EUOH flew to DGX (St Athan) today for scrapping.
It's certainly done a lot of circuits these last two days. https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/g-xwbaJump to post
BA's A350 is spending the weekend in Shannon for some final crew training before DXB starts tomorrow.
Some of the go-arounds have been pretty smoky! https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected] ... /contacts/
This is not how plane painting works, the old paint gets removed before the new paint is applied. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=3x53tIBBoJA I thought I remember reading on here that an airline did find an old livery from a previous operator when they stripped a frame to repaint. Anyone remembers? T...Jump to post
I wonder if ZS-GAL still has the Braniff livery underneath?Jump to post
Slight typeface tweak spotted at a recent anniversary event. Now sans serif.
Seems pointless that the group have announced their intentions but I suppose useful for anyone planning to travel on the day.
So LN929 & 941 to be delivered via LHR ?Jump to post
AA did an LHR-BRU service a few years ago. Can anyone remember where in the US it originated from and returned to?Jump to post
Some former Tigers employees started up Polar, hence the similar tail logo, FT registrations and Polar Tiger callsign.Jump to post
August 2018 Danish Air Transport for SAS on ARN-LHR. Nice and loud.Jump to post
"On the 27th of July, the new Air Antwerp Fokker 50 (Leased from Amapola) arrived at Antwerp (ANR) for the very first time ( in Air Antwerp colors). The aircraft, an old VLM frame visited Antwerp for the company's AOC procedure / training and will be staying for a short time before leaving back...Jump to post
Pudelhund wrote:ArchGuy1 wrote:I have heard that Boeing may shut down production of the 737 Max after massive losses and this could bring an end to the production of the 737 as a whole.
Who did you "hear" this from?
Well MAD's A350 flights aren't even on sale yet so obviously theres a delay in the delivery. In addition the rumor about BA receiving the A350 on July 25th has gone quiet. Why 'obviously'? First customer acceptance flight was yesterday. BA will most likely keep the aircraft listed as A321, then not...Jump to post
lesfalls wrote:Well MAD's A350 flights aren't even on sale yet so obviously theres a delay in the delivery. In addition the rumor about BA receiving the A350 on July 25th has gone quiet.
https://www.godsavethepoints.com/british-airways-club-suite-nyc-debut-dubai-schedule/ Supposedly, reducing the Madrid familiarisation flights and then launching Dubai over a month earlier than planned! Also, two 777s with retrofitted Club Suites on JFK from October. So which of the 3 flights to DXB...Jump to post
It was an A332 last night. https://www.flickr.com/photos/allan-hus ... ed-public/Jump to post
So the Skymark 737-800 delivered the other week wasn't the final NG to be produced/delivered?Jump to post
One of the former SQ A330s destined for SN has been spotted wearing a simplified livery. Is this going to be adopted fleet-wide give they are no longer merging with EW?
https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/a-ne ... -airlines/
Haven't seen it mentioned elsewhere but Spain's Plus Ultra plan to take three former Etihad A346s. Nice to see some A340s getting a new life rather than being scrapped!
G-EUPF suffered nose gear damage during pushback at LBA on Friday.
Photos: https://www.flyertalk.com/forum/british ... leeds.html
http://thebasource.com/british-airways- ... -incident/