It’s Sunday again, so it must be time for some more airplane art.
This week, on a cold winters morning at New York JFK International Airport Terminal 8, is a TAM Airlines Boeing 767-300ER (with blended winglets) being prepared for its return journey to much warmer and sunnier climbs of Brazil.
TAM Airlines have Nine Boeing 767-300ER aircraft whilst the LAN component have 76 of the type in the fleet serving both domestic and international destinations with this twin engined jet. The 767-3ooEr fleet worldwide is expansive with 495 of the type flying as of July 2014, with the Boeing 787 as the aircraft to replace it in the future.
More Airplane art next week!
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