On a rainy day a beautiful VIP airliner took off the Airport Bern-Belp. It was an Embraer ERJ-190-100ECJ Lineage 1000 (A6-AJI) which belongs to AJA - Al Jaber Aviation, an executive business jet airline based in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.
A brightly coloured Boeing 737-7Q8 brought a group of passengers from Berne back to Copenhagen. The charter flight was operated by Primera Air Scandinavia, a Danish leisure airline. Enjoy the great sound of the two CFM56-7B24 engines while spooling up for take off.
A big group of civil defence workers who practiced a special training in Switzerland, boarded a Lockheed C-130 Hercules of Royal Moroccan Air Force. When taking off the heavy loaded military transport aircraft nearly used the full length of the runway at Berne. It was a cool, damp morning with ideal conditions for moisture condensation in the propeller blast. The result were awesome propeller vortices.
On 6th December 2013, a Bombardier Global 6000 took off at the Airport Bern-Belp. The Bombardier Global 6000 is an extraordinary high-speed and ultra-long-range jet. Cruising majestically through the sky at a speed between 900 to 950 km/h for an amazing range up to 11'400 km. Two enhanced Rolls-Royce BR710 turbofan engines power the aircraft. VistaJet is a globally operating charter airline.
In January 2013, Boeing 737-4Z6 of Royal Thai Air Force visited the Airport Bern-Belp in Switzerland. The registration mark HS-CMV is an abbreviation for His Royal Highness Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn. The Crown Prince of Thailand is an avid pilot and flies the aircraft often himself.
On October 29th, 2013 a beautiful Cessna 560XL Citation XLS with registration marks D-CVVV took off at the Airport Bern-Belp.
Flight from Zurich, Switzerland over snow capped Swiss Alps, Mediterranean Sea...
A Gulfstream Aerospace G650 landed for the 1st time at the Airport Bern-Belp in Switzerland...
Several cargo aircrafts of Royal Moroccan Air Force visited the Airport Bern-Belp. Among them was the Alenia C-27J Spartan...
Several military transport aircrafts of Royal Moroccan Air Force visited the Airport Bern-Belp. Among them was the impressive, four engine Lockheed C-130 Hercules. It was a cool, damp morning with ideal conditions for moisture condensation in the propeller blast. The result were awesome propeller vortices.