CFFC – Anything to do with Jets and Planes

Big Old Jet Airliner…

Every now and again, I participate in a photo challenge run by a fellow blogger. Typically it’s the CFFC (Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge) run by Cee from her wonderful photography website: https://ceenphotography.com/fun-foto-challenge/

This time, the theme is anything to do with jets and airplanes. I decided to make my submission dedicated to airliners. This is not only because we haven’t seen too many of them flying in 2020, but also because I’m sure many of us would love to hop on an airliner right now and just get away from the frustrations of lockdown.

Here’s some airliners I’ve snapped at various times and places:

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Boeing 767 of British Airways at Calgary, Canada in 2012.
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Boeing 747 of British Airways at London-Heathrow in 2012.
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Alenia ATR-72 of Czech Airlines at Ostrava, Czech Republic in 2014.
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Airbus A320 of Smartwings at Brno, Czech Republic in 2014.
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Airbus A320 of Wizz at Brno, Czech Republic in 2016.
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Boeing 737 of Ryanair at Brno, Czech Republic in 2017.
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Embraer ERJ-145 of BMI Regional at Brno, Czech Republic in 2017.
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Alenia ATR-72 of Iberian/Air Nostrum at Madrid, Spain in 2018.
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Boeing 737 of Smartwings at Brno, Czech Republic in 2019.
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Boeing 737 of Westjet at Ottawa, Canada in 2019.

If you’d like to see what other people are putting up in this particular CFFC, follow this link: https://ceenphotography.com/2020/07/21/cees-fun-foto-challenge-anything-to-do-with-jets-and-planes/

 

 

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