Embraer E175 SP-LIE (c/n 17000153) is one of 12 E175s in LOT’s fleet. The aircraft was repainted as a retrojet in 2014 and now wears the livery the LOT fleet wore from 1945 to 1973.
The Embraer E-Jet forms the backbone of LOT’S short and medium haul fleet. Here E170 SP-LDE (c/n 17000029) departs Warsaw.
Icelandair is introducing two Boeing 767-300s to provide extra capacity. One of these aircraft, TF-ISO (c/n 29388, previously EI-UNC), is seen here following repainting by Air Livery at Manchester last year.
Six 787-8s are used by LOT, including SP-LRB (c/n 37894). Two more are due for delivery, but handover of the seventh example has been delayed to 2017.
One of the European Commission’s restrictions against LOT was that it was not allowed to open new routes. That has now lifted but there remains uncertainty around the airline’s growth plans. Here 787-8 SP-LRD (c/n 35941) is photographed at Warsaw.
LOT operates a fleet of six Boeing 787-8s, including SP-LRC (c/n 35940) seen on finals at the airline's Warsaw hub.
Celebrating Singapore’s Golden Jubilee, Scoot unveiled a special livery on its fifth 787-9, 9V-OJE (c/n 37116), with 20 Singaporean brands and icons.
Scoot’s first Boeing 787-9 9V-OJA (c/n 37112) following delivery from Seattle’s Everett factory.
Scoot Chief Executive Officer, Campbell Wilson.
Boeing 757-236 TF-FIU (c/n 26243) is one of 26 757s used by Icelandair. With its distinctive paint scheme depicting the Northern Lights, this aircraft has become a flagship for the airline in its role offering connections between Europe and North America via Iceland.
G500 test aircraft T1 during its second flight on May 20, 2015.
T2 undergoing cold soak at the McKinley Climatic Laboratory.
Gulfstream’s iron bird is operated by the company’s advanced aircraft programmes division at its Savannah facility in Georgia.
Test aircraft T2 on its maiden flight from Savannah Hilton-Head Airport on November 20, 2015.
On November 20, 2015 Gulfstream completed the maiden flights of G500 test aircraft T2 and T3.
G500 test aircraft T1 undergoes landing gear checks during its second flight on May 20, 2015.
In January Gulfstream used the McKinley Climatic Laboratory at Eglin Air Force Base, Florida to conduct climatic trials with G500 test aircraft T2. The aircraft is seen beneath an array of lamps used in part to generate high temperatures.
The flight deck of Gulfstream’s G500/G600 iron bird.
LOT has long wanted to replace its three ageing Boeing 737-400s, including SP-LLE (c/n 27914). The airline needs Airbus A320 or 737-sized aircraft to transfer passengers between key markets and its Warsaw hub.
Air France operated 747s for 46 years. Here 747-400 F-GEXB (c/n 24155) is pictured at Montreal in 2012. The airline’s last Jumbo, F-GITJ (c/n 32871), was phased out in January 2016, continuing an ongoing trend for 747-400s to be retired.
Analysts say that for British Airways continuing to operate 747s from ist busy Heathrow hub makes sense, because of capital expenditure savings the carrier gets from operating them rather than buying new aircraft.
The British Airways Super High-J cabin configuration for its Jumbo fleet involves adding 16 more seats in business class.
Boeing 737 MAX 8s and MAX 9s will arrive into the Icelandair fleet from 2018. The airline plans to use them to supplement its 757s.
Выкатка первого экземпляра лайнера "Эмбраер" E190-E2
The 73-inch (1,854 mm) fan diameter on the E190-E2’s Pratt & Whitney PurePower PW1900G engines compared to the General Electric CF34s on the first-generation E-Jets is apparent here.
The E190-E2 rolling out from Embraer’s Sao Jose dos Campos facility. The aircraft is due to fly in the second half of this year.