Manchester Ringway Intl Airport (EGCC) spotting

these were taken in september…

American Airlines A330-243 N291AY

Brussels Airlines A319-112 OO-SSR

Virgin Atlantic A330-343 G-VSXY

Turkish Airlines B737-8F2 TC-JVA

A few more pictures from August (still at EGCC)

Virgin Atlantic B747-443 G-VROM

British Airways/Sun Air Dornier 328JET-310 OY-NCL

and finally Emirates A380-841 (i dont have the registration for this plane)

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Nice pictures thanks for sharing.

The British Airwarys or sun air plane. Where does it fly to from EGCC?

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Jesus christ, i never there were BA planes like that, i thought BA were only the big planes like 747s and 737s etc.

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That is Virgin Atlantic.

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no, the sunair one was BA, i only thiugh BAs had airbusses and stuff

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They fly to Billund (Denmark) and Bremen (Germany)

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oh dats cool

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Bremen, Billund.

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It’s not really BA. It’s a subsidiary. They fly under the logo but they aren’t operated by them. BA themselves only operate Airbus, Boeing and Embrarer from London City

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No, Virgin Atlantic is all widebodies.

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@Matt_Elphick Along with Bremen and Billund it also flies from Gothenburg to Manchester.

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Thank you. Are they in Europe ?

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Ahaha I will help you check if I can, my brother has that gemini model

Were these taken at the Pub?

No they were taken at the runway visitors park

They have their regional subsidary, BA Cityflyer which operates Embraer 170s and 190s out of London City (LCY). They fly to short-haul domestic and European destinations like Amsterdam, Dublin, Frankfurt etc. So not just Airbuses by any means…

Had another look through my sd card and found some more

Klm B738 PH-BXV

Cathay Pacific B773 B-KQR

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Only on iPhone 6. Really only went for a day out but thought I’d get some pics anyway. I apologise for the quality of the photos and the random order they seem to have uploaded in.

Highlights were the 747, A380 and A330. Also the EasyJet carrot!

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which airline is the skyteam?

Air France