October 06, 2005

Review

I like aircrafts. I have collected some pictures about the aircrafts with coulurful paintings on their body. The picture showing above is an Airbus 330–300 from Dragonair, Hong Kong. As you can see, there is a dragon and a tower painted on the aircraft, they are the elements that could reflect Chinese culture.
Actually, many airlines form different countries have painted their unique images on their aircrafts. If you would like to see more about paintings on the aircrafts, please visit my MSN space:
http://spaces.msn.com/members/whyowhy/PersonalSpace.aspx?_c01_photoalbum=showdefault&_c=photoalbum


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  1. I also like aircraft – if you ever happen to be up north, do try and visit the dedicated Aviation Viewing Park at Manchester Airport which gives excellent views of departures and arrivals as well as close ups of the various static aircraft (Concorde, RJX, Trident and DC–10 nose).

    If I may make one minor correction – the photo displayed is an A330–300, not an A300–300! But you knew that – it was a typo! :–)

    06 Oct 2005, 16:56

  2. Thank you very much for you comments. I will go to the Aviation Viewing Park if I have got a chance to go to Manchester.

    Yes, it should be an A330.

    08 Oct 2005, 13:41

  3. hi xi chen
    I am xichen just fist time being here

    02 Nov 2005, 22:04


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