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Airbus A330s

Three Northwest Airlines A330s sit at their gates this morning at Schiphol.


N801NW - A330-323 - Northwest's first A330, built in 2003

N858NW - A330-223 - Built in 2006

N804NW - A330-323 - Built in 2003

  • Doug 8y

    capwatts86, Sutanto & Rick Schlamp - Thanks for the nice comments!
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  • Pervez Iqbal PRO 8y

    excellent photo !!!!!!!!!
  • Doug 8y

    Ken's Aviation & Pervez183A - Thanks!
  • Storm Crypt 8y

    Wow. Caribb, your photos never cease to amaze me. I just wish I travel across countries as frequent as you are.
  • Doug 8y

    Storm Crypt - Gee thanks! I don't really travel all that much, I just take a lot of pictures when I do. Thanks also for the nice comment on my set :)
  • Frizztext PRO 8y

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Cultural Boxes, and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.
  • Nevermind88 8y

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Aviation : Red, and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.
  • Doug 8y

    FrizzText - Thanks & Done
    GORILLA88 - Thanks also & done!
  • CX826827 / Martin Canada 7y

    Wonder how AMS would looks like next year!!!
  • CX826827 / Martin Canada 7y

    And happy new year to all!
  • Doug 7y

    Martin C -- Canada - Yeah I wonder.. a sea of Delta tails I guess...hmm.. won't be the same :-( Hopefully if everything goes as currently planned I'll have some shots from AMS in the Spring. Happy New Year to you too!
  • Marvin Smith 6y

    Good eye! Like this one a lot.

    I featured this one on
  • Doug 6y

    marvinsmith - Thanks man. Ancient history now sadly.
  • Marvin Smith 5y

    You're welcome. Yeah, won't be seeing these anymore ... so it goes.
  • Doug 5y

    Yep.. same for United's tails now too..
  • Marvin Smith 5y

    Yeah, kinda sad to see these long-standing liveries and brands going bye-bye.
  • Doug 5y

    Marvin Smith True. To me the entire aviation industry is about "the Present". They sometimes celebrate the past but more often they don't hesitate to wipe out brands, knock down airports and dispose of aircraft like they were empty Corn Flake boxes. It's hard to find history when flying, it's just replaced with the newest shiniest thing. That's what I find sad.
  • Marvin Smith 5y

    I don't begrudge them the right to do what makes business-sense, but for those that admire from outside the industry it's heartbreaking to see the older liveries and airframes sent to the dustbin. But, there are flying organizations dedicated to preservation at least.
  • Doug 5y

    Marvin Smith I couldn't have said it better myself. I wish they had more commerical aviation museums, preserved airliners and places to honor vanished or highly altered airlines, crews and even airports. there just aren;t enough of them out these. Some aircraft models have disappeared forever.. such a shame. Oh well, time marches on. LOL
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Taken on June 1, 2007
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