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Remarks: Former Eurofly bird now in partial colors.
Remarks: It amazes me that the power of just two engines can lift this bird into the sky and safely return her to the ground again.
Remarks: This is always a favorite catch at JFK.
Remarks: Wrong airport buddy this is JFK!
Remarks: Austrian brings this plane to JFK all the time..I'd much rather see the regular colors vs the Star scheme.
Remarks: You don't realize how long these planes are until you see them up close.
Remarks: Beta Blue taxi's towards T6.
Remarks: Most of the 762s aren't this polished, I have to wonder if she was just in for a C or D check?
Remarks: One of jetBlue's first E jets turns on to the active.
Remarks: The first PS flight of the day spools up on 22R.
Remarks: This plane is nothing short of astonishing!
Remarks: I have to say standing next to this 777 she is as nice up close as she is from a distance. This plane is totally spotless and the engine on this bird has to be seen to be believed. I was in total aw of the size but more so how clean it is inside. This has become my favorite triple 7 flying today.
Remarks: The last thing I think of when I hear a airline that has its home base in St. Paul, M.N is Sun...Snow Country would have worked much better.
Remarks: Only a few days after this was taken this plane over ran the runway at Tegucigalpa airport and crashed.
Remarks: For a 737 going on a relatively short flight to Grand Cayman it took this bird three hours to turn around. By the looks of how fast she got off the ground, she wasn't all that loaded.
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