Beechcraft King Air 350i took off at the Airport Bern-Belp in Switzerland (recording date 2nd March 2012!). Skywork Airlines operated this twin-engine turboprop aircraft for a short time under the registration marks HB-GTY. The aircraft was used for private charter and business flights within Europe. The King Air 350 is powered by a pair of Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-60A turboprop engines each driving a four blade propeller.
Edelweiss Air A330-223 taxis in at Cape Town Airport, South Africa. The flight WK84 arrives from Zurich in Switzerland which means a long-haul flight lasting more than eleven hours. The aircraft carries the registration marks HB-IQI.
Welcome at «Mother City» - nickname of Cape Town which is the oldest town in South Africa.
DHC-6 Twin Otter takes off at the Airport Bern-Belp in Switzerland. The aircraft carries the registration marks T-741 and is operated by the Swiss Federal Office of Topography. The De Havilland Canada DHC-6-Serie 300 is a twin engined STOL (Short Take-Off and Landing) aircraft, powered by two Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-27 turboprop engines.
A Fairchild Swearingen SA227-DC Metro 23 took off at the Airport Bern-Belp in Switzerland. This Fairchild Metroliner is operated by BinAir and is equipped with a new five blade propeller. It has a better performance, reduces the noise level and the on-board vibration. The aircraft is powered by two Garrett TPE331 turboprop engines providing a top speed of 550 km/h and a range of around 1000 km. Listen to the nice turboprop sound!
On 4th January 2013, Canadair CL-600-2B19 Regional Jet CRJ-200SE OD-TAL took off at the Airport Bern-Belp in Switzerland. The OD prefix denotes an aircraft registered in Lebanon. The jet is operated by Easy Fly in Beirut, Lebanon. It was a VIP charter flight. The jet is powered by two General Electric CF34-3B1 jet engines.
What a stunning special livery! Beautiful Boeing 737-8EQ is finely polished so that you can see the reflections!
HOP! for Air France - Air France's NEW LIVERY for their regional carrier! Air France Regional subsidiaries (Airlinair, Brit Air and Régional) merged into a new low cost carrier called HOP! The airline aims to rival established budget operators.
Flight AF1137 Bern - Paris Orly: Air France ATR-42-500 Take Off 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.
What a stunning special livery! Beautiful Boeing 737-8EQ landed on 2nd March 2013 at the Airport Bern-Belp in Switzerland. The BBJ2 (Boeing Business Jet 2) with registration marks N737M is powered by two CFMI CFM56-7B26 turbofan jet engines that produce maximum 26,300 lbf (117 kN) of thrust each. The 737-800 belongs to the Boeing 737 Next Generation (Boeing 737NG) series which is the third generation of the popular 737 aircraft family.
On 5th January 2013, the Embraer EMB-135BJ Legacy 600 took off at the Airport Bern-Belp in Switzerland. The Legacy 600 carries the British registration marks G-LEGC and is operated by London Executive Aviation.