It’s Sunday again, so it must be time for some more airplane art.
This week, departing on a wet day is a Virgin Atlantic Boeing 747-400 named “Jersey Girl”, as it leaves Manchester Airport as it heads off to a long haul destination (shot from the Ringway viewing park).
The Virgin Atlantic Boeing 747-400 fleet in years has been reduced, with currently 8 aircraft in the fleet. The Boeing 747-400s are used high-density holiday traffic routes – primarily out of Gatwick and Manchester.
These are configured in a three class layout with Upper Class, Premium Economy and Economy Class, with a total of 455 passengers.
Like most of the Virgin Atlantic fleet, these planes are fitted with on-board Wi-Fi (provisioned by Gogo).
More Airplane Art next week!
Photographer’s notes: Camera: Canon 6D, Lens: Canon 100-400L MkI @ 180mm, 1/320 @ f7.1, ISO 100.
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