Flight AF1137 Bern - Paris Orly was operated by Airlinair on behalf of Air France. This was one of the very last flights because the airline sadly discontinued this services by the end of March 2013. Take Off ATR-42-500, registration marks F-GPYF, at the Airport Bern-Belp in Switzerland. The ATR 42 is a twin turboprop regional airliner powered by two Pratt & Whitney Canada PW127E engines, each driving a six-bladed propeller. Enjoy the view of the world-famous Swiss Alps: Eiger, Moench and Jungfrau!
On Monday 19th April 2013, the Boeing 737-8KT, registration marks N737GG, departed from Bern Airport. This is a BBJ2 (Boeing Business Jet 2) which is based on the Boeing 737–800.
Welcome Air Dornier 328-110, OE-LIR, operated a flight from Airport Bern-Belp on behalf of SkyWork Airlines. Enjoy the close take off view from different angles.
Boeing 737-8KT (BBJ2), N737GG, makes a circling approach procedure to runway 32 with a landing at Bern Airport in Switzerland. Look at this gorgeous special livery! This BBJ2 is a real eye-catcher!
Saab 2000 of Braathens Regional takes off at Bern Airport in Switzerland. This was a charter flight to Gothenburg, Sweden. On board this turboprop aircraft was the BK Häcken football team who played against FC Thun.
On 7th August 2013, a Bombardier BD-700-1A10 Global Express took off at the Airport Bern-Belp in Switzerland. I like this livery! The aircraft carries the US registration marks N70EW. The Global Express is powered by two enhanced Rolls-Royce BR710 turbofan engines.
Pilatus PC-12 with registration mark LX-JFH takes off at Bern Airport in Switzerland (Recorded 23. Sept. 2012). The Swiss made Pilatus PC-12 aircraft is a single-engine turboprop aircraft. The manufacturer Pilatus Aircraft Ltd offers the PC-12 in different versions for transporting passengers and/or cargo. The airplane is powered by a single Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-67B turboprop engine.
The arrival of a long-haul flight is always an impressive moment. And so it has been when the Gulfstream IV-SP, N441QS, from the United States, Boston, arrived at Bern Airport in Switzerland. The VIP-Jet carried out a circling approach and flew majestically like an eagle. After a 7 hours flight the aircraft touched Swiss ground and landed on runway 32.
Douglas DC-3 departures at Bern Airport. This legendary aircraft carries the nickname "Grand Old Lady". It was built in 1943 and is greatly restored in the original 1937 livery of Swissair. Two nicely roaring radial engines of type Pratt & Whitney R-1830 Twin Wasp produce each 1'200 horsepower.
Fokker 100, HB-JVH, Helvetic Airways is landing at Bern Airport. After touchdown the spoilers deployed and the reverse thrust was engaged. During taxiing the captain opened the window and waved...