AF Cabin Crew wrote:F-GKXI was christened ROISSY EN FRANCE, First Airbus 320-200 to receive a name.
It is safe to say that all Airbus planes are getting French cities names.
seat55a wrote:Back in the day, the 707s were Chateaux I know, and Caravelles were Departements I think?
Alsatian wrote:"Calvi" was missing from the list.
F-HTYC SAINT DENIS DE LA REUNION
F-GTAQ CLERMONT FERRAND
F-GKXI ROISSY EN FRANCE
WayexTDI wrote:ro1960 wrote:All the Breguet Deux-Ponts BR-763 were named "Provence"!
Well, it was the aircraft model that was named Breguet Br 763 Provence, not an Air France naming scheme; even if all 12 produced went to Air France.
lhrnue wrote:tonyflyboi wrote:I think BA should follow suit
In the UK there would be immediately an argument if England, Wales, Scotland an NI have equal numbers of plane names.
crimsonchin wrote:Besides being "nice", what's the point of this and does anyone know why they started doing this now?
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