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Photo of F-GLZQ Airbus A340-313X by Anthony Jackson Expand image
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Aircraft: Airbus A340-313X

Airline: Air France

Serial #: 289




Departing Runway 9 for Paris this heavy Airbus sacrifices climb performance to turn away from the hills. Written off in Toronto five months after this shot.

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Comments (6)
Posted by chev05 on July 09, 2005

Air France are known for not keeping there fleet cleen

Posted by leachus2002 on April 10, 2005

Fantastic Photo, but what a grubby looking aircraft ;)

Posted by Jim Hadley on April 10, 2005

Outstanding! AJ, You outdid yourself on this one. Love the red hue on the plane and clouds.

Posted by Peter Kesternich on April 09, 2005

Hmmmmmm - just to prove once more: the A340-300 IS indeed underpowered... :-)

Posted by Dan Valentine on April 07, 2005

Subline lighting, sensational shot AJ. A job well done mate!

Posted by Denis F. McBriarty on April 06, 2005

HEY! Perfect! From Mary's Boon or? Congrats never gets old or boring at the Princess! Regards! Denis McBriarty

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