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|"Ndizani" stored at the International Airport. ||08/19/2007||641|
|A plane from South Africa parked at London Heathrow Interational Airport.||10/17/2006||385|
|Aircraft (British Airways Boeing 747-436), sadly now out of service. Here at heathrow in all its glory. ||08/28/2006||649|
|Registration: N915AW |
US Airways livery has varied both under the US Airways and USAir name. In general the Express and Shuttle divisions have had liveries that closely parallel the company-wide livery at the time.
Former logo planes
Teamwork Coast to Coast: A Boeing 757-200 operated by America West Airlines which symbolizes America...
|The Currie Cup came to be part of South African rugby lore in 1891 during the first ever tour to these shores by Bill Maclaganís team from the British Isles.|
It was given to Maclagan by Sir Donald Currie (founder of the Castle Shipping Line) with instructions that it should be awarded to the first side to beat the tourists and thereafter become a floating trophy for a South Afric...
Jet Airways is an major Indian airline based in Mumbai, Maharashtra. It is India's second largest airline after Air India and the market leader in domestic sector. It operates over 400 daily flights to 67 destinations worldwide. Jet Airways also operates two low-cost airlines, namely JetLite (formerly Air Sahara) and Jet Konnect.
This ex-Olympic Airlines Boeing served as a restaurant, until it was scrapped in 2004.
|The Boeing factor(KPAE), in Everett, WA, was once again acctualized in Google Earth, and this time we can se G-STBA, the firs Boeing 777-300ER of British Airways.||08/12/2010||2,055|
Type: Boeing 767-200
First Flight: 26. September 1981
The first 767 built and currently parked in the desert. Converted to Airborne Surveillance Testbed.
|Type: Boeing 777-367/ER|
Operator: Cathay Pacific Airways
In January 2008, a new Boeing 777-300ER (B-KPF) was painted in the Asia's world city livery.
|operated by former East German airline INTERFLUG, registered as DDR-SEC, parked in a field at Grossmachnow south of Berlin||09/03/2005||493|
|One out of four Qatar Airways A340-600 west of Heathrow. This type will be stored in the late 2009 and replaced by Boeing 777-300ER and Airbus A330-300.||06/05/2009||1,637|