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No regular 350's yet here at YYZ


Same near me. That will change, in time though.




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Now that is a nice variety of airliners. What European heavies do you see there?


Absolutely nothing mate. We have been consumed by all the Asian and Middle Eastern carriers. Far cry from the 70's and 80's, where we would see the likes of Alitalia, Olympic, British, Lufthansa, KLM, Lauda, Austrian etc etc!

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Absolutely nothing mate. We have been consumed by all the Asian and Middle Eastern carriers. Far cry from the 70's and 80's, where we would see the likes of Alitalia, Olympic, British, Lufthansa, KLM, Lauda, Austrian etc etc!


Wow, that is a shame. Do you at least see Cathay Pacific?



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Wow, that is a shame. Do you at least see Cathay Pacific?




Yeah, we get Cathay down here 3 times a day. They use A330, A350 and B777-300 aircraft.

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Yeah, we get Cathay down here 3 times a day. They use A330, A350 and B777-300 aircraft.


I guess the days of the European 747 classics like the -200s are all but a memory. And a distant one at that.

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I guess the days of the European 747 classics like the -200s are all but a memory. And a distant one at that.



Sad but true my friend. The only 747 i see here now are the odd Qantas, Cathay, Singapore and Atlas Air Cargo.
Now it's just a blend of A350's, A330's, A380's, and 787s, 777's and the little domestic A320/1 and 737-8 workhorses.

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Sad but true my friend. The only 747 i see here now are the odd Qantas, Cathay, Singapore and Atlas Air Cargo.
Now it's just a blend of A350's, A330's, A380's, and 787s, 777's and the little domestic A320/1 and 737-8 workhorses.


By the way, who is the largest international operator there?

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great livery on a great looking aircraft!!
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great livery on a great looking aircraft!!


I think this one is the best looking livery ever to grace a 787. The QF Yam Dreaming is a looker too, but Air Tahiti Nui is a masterpiece of elegance and refinement. 

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