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...
On May, 17th 2013 a Dassault Falcon 7X took off at Bern Airport in Switzerland. The Falcon 7X is an awesome high speed and long range VIP jet manufactured by Dassault Aviation.
Jon Bon Jovi held a concert at Stade de Suisse. On the following day he departed on his attractively painted private jet at Bern Airport.
Boeing 737-800, N737M, makes a circling approach to runway 32 and landing at Bern Airport in Switzerland. Nice looking special livery!
The ATR 72-201 (OY-RUD) of Bornholmerflyet - Danish Air Transport departured at Bern Airport in Switzerland. This was a charter flight on behalf of Darwin Airlines. The ATR 72 is a twin-engine turboprop regional airliner powered by two Pratt & Whitney Canada PW127F engines, each driving a six-bladed propeller.
Bombardier Challenger 605, A7-CEA, takes off at Bern Airport in Switzerland. The aircraft is operated by Qatar Executive which is a corporate jet subsidiary of Qatar Airways, based in Doha. The vertical tail is painted with the airline's traditional oryx logo which I like! And how do you like it?
The Gulfstream G550 made a great visual approach and landing at Bern Airport in Switzerland. The aircraft with registration marks N3788B by operated by Blackrock Financial Management Inc.
Helvetic Airways proudly presented its new Airbus A319 to press members and offered them a special flight. It was a very rainy day at Bern Airport! The two CFM56 turbofan engines caused a spectacular reverse thrust spray from the wet runway. The arriving plane received a water cannon salute from the fire brigade.