It’s Sunday again, so it must be time for some more Airplane Art.
This week at Brussels National Airport is an Air Belgium Airbus A340-300, being chartered a holiday carrier as it loads up for a journey to sunny lands
The Air Belgium Airbus A340-300 fleet are consist of a total of two active aircraft- OO-ABA (which is currently on hire to Air France) and OO-ABB (depicted here), which formally launched its long haul service between Brussels Charleroi and Hong Kong International Airport today.
However, with the launch delayed from the original 30th April start-up, it seems to be affecting loads of the route – with a reported 15 passengers aboard:
— Olivier Rozencwajg (@rozencwajg_o) June 3, 2018
Air Belgium will have to boost those numbers quickly if it wants to keep long-haul flying in its programme…
Photographers Note – Shot with a Canon 100D with a 28-105 3.5-4.5 USM lens. 53mm 1/400 @ f9
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