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Photo of F-GZND Boeing 777-328ER by SELZERE Christophe Expand image
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Back from Osaka, this is the first commercial landing at Roissy CDG for this brand new 777 with Air France new colors. This plane is the 700th Boeing 777 build.


Canon EOS 40D

EF 500 mm IS L

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Comments (3)
Posted by Paul CARLOTTI on April 18, 2009

well done Christophe! History in the making. Too bad the weather wasn't as nice as this 777th Boeing T7 brand-new bird. Always around for the hot shots eh;);)

Posted by Erik Schulze on April 18, 2009

First plane with the new livery?

Posted by Pierre. on April 18, 2009

Looks great Christophe! She really looks elegant, even in this weather!

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