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Remarks: Taking off via 36L.
Remarks: Glad to see that dominating white paint is "out"
Remarks: This is ironic... Just 2 weeks ago, cn002 was scrapped here @ BRU and now on visit cn003!
She is now the oldest flying Airbus. Used for Zero G(ravity) flight experiments.
Remarks: BRU's landmark is gone! Last view on the sole commercial A300B1. Srapped on July, 9th 2003. Pieces still recognizable are in the foreground : nose and main gears. RIP 00-TEF.
Remarks: STOP?!? No, on the move on a hazy afternoon. Sibir Airlines with the latest colourfull hybrid.(Baikals last colourscheme)
Remarks: Cfn 20376/174. Starts its carrier with Air France on february 2th, 1972. Acquired by Air Atlanta on 11.04.1995.Ended up @ MSE and was broken up around july 1998.
Remarks: View on the scrapyard of EZE. Ttls on the fuselage said : 0800 Volar(86527). In the background you will notice the wreckage of a LAB B727 (CP-2323) who suffered of a collapsed maingear on Jan,9 2001.
Remarks: About to touchdown on 26. Latest acquired aircraft of AIN. Notice the light revised livery with web ttls. First visit @ OST as AIN 803 from MSE.
Remarks: Inbound flight for London-Stansted as FOB 616.
Remarks: Nice hybrid between two poles...Vnukovo cls with Sibir ttls. Many thanks to Olaf J. for the great info!!!
Remarks: Old and revised livery. Find the 5 differences...
Remarks: Rotate and drying 25R. Wind 220°/12KTS.
Remarks: Sun enough???Airborne for the evening flight BRU-JFK
Remarks: Another bunch of names of members from the 8th Sqn. Maybe you can spot my name on the external fuel tank ???
Remarks: Special livery to "celebrate" the end of the 8th Sqn.
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