VSMUT wrote:It looks like F-GSPB, the second oldest 777-200ER in the fleet, 23 years old. Wasn't this one of the 777s they were going to scrap?
It looks like the Terminal 3 apron. I guess we are lucky they went for the 777 and not the nearby Concorde.CWL757 wrote:This ain't just stupid and illegal, it's dangerous. It looks like they've painted over various sensors that will probably now need to be replaced.
The aircraft is in storage with the sensors, probes and ports covered over, so they'll probably be fine. Will probably need to be stripped down and repainted however. They also put a ladder up on the wing and climbed onto the top of the fuselage, so who knows what sort of damage they caused up there.BlueberryWheats wrote:I hope that's ethically locally sourced organic vegan biodegradable green paint and they rode there on bicycles.
Or just the train or RER. Those are electric in France.
20% of the number of trains are still Diesel in France (source); it includes freight trains, but doesn't include dual-mode ones (Diesel or electric, depending on the line they operate).