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Remarks: It is still hard to believe the world largest operator of 747 is now operating twin jet only. Would be nice to see the new logo on the jumbo, the crane on the tail is a real classic.
Remarks: EC-IYI land on 16L [1280 pixel][Nikon D60]
Remarks: Seen parked accross MIA concourse J. At this time they were operating charters to Cuba.
Remarks: The highlight in the 2008, per the first ever time a A320 of AF departing from the PR soil!
Remarks: Whilst this fan represents the height of 1980's engine technology, today the shape of the blades is decidely simple compared to the complex curved structures that inhabit the front of current production jet engines.
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