It’s Sunday, and it must be time for some more airplane art.
This week, taxing into Heathrow Airport after a long transatlantic flight is a United Airlines Boeing 767-300ER with winglets.
United Airlines operate a fleet of 35 Boeing 767-300ERs, used primarily on their long haul routes, crossing the Atlantic as well as operating to South Americas.
This frame – N672UA – first flew for United Airlines toward the end of 1999, and has remained in the service of United ever since. It is powered by two Pratt and Whitney PW4060 engines.
More airplane art week!
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