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Remarks: Morning departure from Montreal
Remarks: Takeoff in a beautiful winter morning light (300/4L plus 1.4x Converter)
Remarks: Flight deck of F-GOZI in the Swiss hangar.
Remarks: The final Swiss Saab 2000 flight LX7544, operated by HB-IZJ, is welcomed by its sister HB-IZZ, which now flies for Darwin Airline. A very impressive sight to see two Saab 2000s face to face with running props.
Remarks: Detail view of HB-IYF after its final service for Swiss. Thanks for the great flights!!
Remarks: HB-IYD after its final flight for Swiss. Effective October 30, 2005, Swiss does not operate the Saab 2000 any more.
Remarks: HB-IZZ with running engines in front of the Swiss hangar, waiting for the arrival of the last Swiss Saab 2000 flight operated by HB-IZJ.
Photo ID: 5619196
Remarks: An era came to an end when Swiss retired its Saab 2000 fleet after having been the first and major operator of this aircraft. To mark this event, the airport fire brigade welcomes the final Swiss Saab-flight with the traditional water cannon salute.
Remarks: The 100th Embraer Jet of the 170-195 series completes its delivery flight in Montreal.
Remarks: The SEX is gone...Former Corsair F-GSEX leaves Luxembourg shortly after sunset, already wearing the Icelandic registration of its new owner Air Atlanta.
Remarks: arrival from Ottawa. Like the B727s operated by First Air on this route, this 737 is configured as a combi with passenger seats in the rear part of the cabin.
Remarks: evening turnaround in Iqaluit. This is (literally) a cool place for aviation photography... temerature that day went below -30°C...
Remarks: short stop in Pangnirtung/NU on its way from Iqaluit to Qikiqtarjuaq.
This aircraft is operated in a combi conversion with only 16 passenger seats in the rear part of the cabin.
Photo ID: 522902
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Remarks: Nigh glow at Lake Echternach one year ago. I nearly fell into the lake with my tripod while taking that photo...
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