It’s Sunday and a new year, so it must be time for some more airplane art.
This week on taxi at London Heathrow Airport near the Terminal 2 complex is a United Airlines Boeing 767-300ER as it arrives from the USA.
(#avgeek note – registration is N646UA… which makes it a Boeing 767-300ER according to Airfleets)
United Airlines operate a fleet of 35 Boeing 767-300ER aircraft from their hubs in the USA to destinations in Europe and beyond, configured either in a three class setting or a two class layout.
They’re not that bad in economy class.. unless someone decides to fully recline their seat just after take off in your face.
Then, they’re not that pleasant.
More Airplane art next week!
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