It’s Sunday again, and with me nearing some sense of normality (whatever that may be) – it must time for some more airplane art.
This week, in the cold of a Finnish winter – is a Norwegian Air Shuttle Boeing 737-800 fueling up at Helsinki-Vantaa Airport as it prepares for its next departure.
Norwegian Air Shuttle currently operates 111 Boeing 737-800s in its fleet, providing connections across Europe and beyond with the Boeing 737 type.
Unusually for a Norwegian Air Shuttle plane (this one is registered as EI-FJJ) – this plane doesn’t feature a famous Norweigan on the tail – rather it’s blank.
Norwegian Air Shuttle will also be the launch carrier of the Boeing 737 MAX 8, launching long-haul services with the type from the United Kingdom and Ireland to East Coast destinations in the United States of America.
More airplane art next week!
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