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Email Autor Korrektur ID #79501 / 90 Aufrufe
10-August-2002
G-CIVV British Airways Boeing 747-436 taxies to the runway for its next long-haul flight. (mehr von G-CIVV)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #79500 / 155 Aufrufe
10-August-2002
G-VIIF just arrived and taxies to its gate at terminal 4 on the other side of the runway. I like this photo because of the light on the aircraft and the darker background, nice contrast. (mehr von G-VIIF)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #79499 / 121 Aufrufe
10-August-2002
N381AN American Airlines has a lot of flights out of London Heathrow. On this photo a Boeing 767-323ER with two Boeing 777-236's in the background of its alliance partner, British Airways (mehr von N381AN)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #78278 / 353 Aufrufe
27-December-2002
PJ-SNK Another photo of the Dutch Caribbean Airlines DC-9-31 getting ready to taxi out for departure. Note the Aero Rep˙blica MD81 and Lineas Aereas Suramericanas Boeing 727-100F in the background, both Colombian airlines. Colombian airlines are becoming increasingly more popular in Curacao. (mehr von PJ-SNK)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #78277 / 108 Aufrufe
27-December-2002
PJ-DHE Dutch Caribbean Airlines Dash-8-311 taxies to its parking position after a inter-island flight from Bonaire. As you can see this aircraft still displays the DCE-titles or Dutch Caribbean Express-titles. The Dash-8-311 will be phased out and replaced by the smaller DHC-6 Twin Otter. (mehr von PJ-DHE)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #78276 / 119 Aufrufe
27-December-2002
PJ-SEH Dutch Caribbean Airlines MD82 taxies to its parking position still wearing the livery of its former operator, Air ALM, with no DCA titles applied yet. This aircraft will eventually be returned to the lessor when more DC-9-31's will be delivered to Dutch Caribbean Airlines (DCA). (mehr von PJ-SEH)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #78180 / 244 Aufrufe
27-December-2002
YV-719C Aserca Airlines DC-9-31 (YV-719C) taxiing in after a short flight to Bonaire. I like this picture :-) (mehr von YV-719C)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #78179 / 220 Aufrufe
27-December-2002
YV-719C This aircraft was leased by Dutch Caribbean Airlines to operate flights for aircraft that were undergoing maintenance. As you can see, this aircraft is operated by Venezuela's Aserca Airlines and registered YV-719C. (mehr von YV-719C)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #78178 / 469 Aufrufe
27-December-2002
HK-727 Cargo airline AeroSucre of Colombia being loaded for its return trip to Colombia. (mehr von HK-727)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #78177 / 151 Aufrufe
27-December-2002
PJ-SEF Dutch Caribbean Airlines' MD82, reg. PJ-SEF "Flamboyant" (mehr von PJ-SEF)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #78086 / 162 Aufrufe
27-December-2002
N727M This Boeing 727-200 "Super 27" is operated by the Michigan Travel Club called Nomads of the United States. On the aircraft's fuselage you can see all the countries this club has visited over the years, quite impressive. Now Curacao's flag can be added to all the other flags proudly displayed on this aircraft's fuselage. (mehr von N727M)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #78085 / 157 Aufrufe
27-December-2002
YV-43C Aeropostal just arrived from Caracas in the early afternoon. This aircraft displays this airline's slightly revised livery featuring the airline's website on the front section of the aircraft. (mehr von YV-43C)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #78084 / 347 Aufrufe
27-December-2002
HK-4265-X Aero Rep˙blica of Colombia operates flights to Curacao from Bogota as can be seen on this picture. (mehr von HK-4265-X)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #78083 / 65 Aufrufe
27-December-2002
PJ-SNK Close-up of Dutch Caribbean Airlines' first DC-9-31, reg. PJ-SNK. (mehr von PJ-SNK)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #78082 / 92 Aufrufe
27-December-2002
PJ-SNK Dutch Caribbean Airlines DC-9-31, reg. PJ-SNK, holding for permission to taxi to the beginning of the runway for take-off. Because of construction work near the runway, the taxiway to the beginning of the runway was closed. (mehr von PJ-SNK)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #78081 / 70 Aufrufe
27-December-2002
PJ-SNK Dutch Caribbean Airlines DC-9-31, reg. PJ-SNK, almost ready for departure on a quiet morning in Curacao. This aircraft previously operated for US Airways. Before operating for US Airways, this aircraft was operated by Allegheny Airlines as N927VJ and named "Vista Jet". (mehr von PJ-SNK)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #77084 / 295 Aufrufe
27-December-2002
HK-727 Aerosucre Boeing 727-100F of Colombia taxiing out for take-off. This is the first time I saw an aircraft which featured the stage 3-titles on its engines in Spanish (Etapa 3). It sounds funny :-) (mehr von HK-727)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #77083 / 136 Aufrufe
27-December-2002
N691AA American Airlines operated this charter flight from Miami because of the bussy season. A rare visitor to Curacao and a lucky aircraft spotter ;-) (mehr von N691AA)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #77082 / 172 Aufrufe
27-December-2002
HK-4261X Boeing 727-200F of Lineas Aereas Suramericanas of Colombia just arrived from Bogota. The airline's website is now featured on the fuselage (www.lascargo.com). (mehr von HK-4261X)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #77081 / 101 Aufrufe
27-December-2002
PJ-SEF Dutch Caribbean Airlines MD82 PJ-SEF "Flamboyant". Close up of the tail section, the beautiful colours are clearly visible on this photo :-) (mehr von PJ-SEF)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #77080 / 329 Aufrufe
27-December-2002
PJ-SEF Dutch Caribbean Airlines MD82 PJ-SEF "Flamboyant" at the hangar after receiving some maintenance. We got a tour through the hangar and luckily this freshly painted MD82 was parked their. This is the first MD82 to be painted in Dutch Caribbean Airlines' beautiful livery :-) (mehr von PJ-SEF)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #68467 / 70 Aufrufe
19-July-2001
Air Jamaica "Spirit of May Pen" at Curacao wearing special "Flying for the Succes of Jamaica"-titles. Beatiful colours :-)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #68399 / 160 Aufrufe
14-August-2001
Air Jamaica also uses its A321 for the flights to Curacao, next to their A320's. Here's a nice example, taken from the Air Traffic Control Tower :-)