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  • Comet
    Belgian Beer Expert
    • Jan 2000
    • 2138

    BRU Photos from 7th September 2005

    On 7th September 2005 we had a spotting trip to Brussels. Mainly this was so I could get an IB CRJ on video, but I also photographed other aircraft as well. My camera is a small zoom compact, so I can't get the same close ups and details that other photographers get with planes, but I did my best. Photos taken with sport mode, weather very hot and sunny. All aircraft are approaching to land on 25L.


    Belgian Thomas Cook.


    Swiss Sun. I didn't notice the Sun bit until I enlarged the photo after.


    SN Brussels Airlines ARJ100.


    VLM's logojet OO-VLM. My first VLM bagged on finals to BRU, usually I get them at LCY.


    DHL comes into view.


    I've bagged loads of BA Airbuses, but never one in flight before.
    2009 - the first year without any flights, the first year I lost a holiday, the first and last year I book the bloody Eurostar
    Louise
  • G-CDFF
    Senior Member
    • Sep 2005
    • 1294

    #2
    great pics

    Great shots Louise - Loving the Thomas Cook and Swiss Sun shots.

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    • Comet
      Belgian Beer Expert
      • Jan 2000
      • 2138

      #3
      Thanks Matt. The Swiss Sun is my favourite one too. Most planes that day were A319/320s or CRJs (apart from the Belgian regional jets).
      2009 - the first year without any flights, the first year I lost a holiday, the first and last year I book the bloody Eurostar
      Louise

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      • Manston Airport
        Fokker Crazy
        • Jul 2005
        • 4798

        #4
        Great shots like the SN Brussels Airlines ARJ100.And what is Swiss Sun .


        james
        Looking forward to the 2010 airshow Season

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        • Future Pilot
          Rank 5 Registered User
          • Jul 2003
          • 3469

          #5
          Yes, I've never actually heard of Swiss Sun

          Great shots there
          sigpic
          May 09
          NW781 - LHR-DTW - B767-400
          NW427 - DTW-DCA - A319-100
          NW205 - DCA-MSP - B757-200
          NW104 - MSP-LHR - A330-200

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          • Comet
            Belgian Beer Expert
            • Jan 2000
            • 2138

            #6
            Thanks for the comments. I am not 100% sure about Swiss Sun, but from the name I can only assume that they are a charter section of Swiss who fly to holiday places. Maybe that was the only aircraft available to them at that time because they are a new one to me as well. Usually the Swiss ones I've seen at BRU have been just ordinary Swiss titled ones.
            2009 - the first year without any flights, the first year I lost a holiday, the first and last year I book the bloody Eurostar
            Louise

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            • bmi-star
              EGOV local
              • Feb 2004
              • 4366

              #7
              Great shots there louise!

              Yes Swiss Sun is a charter arm of Swiss. It flies A320 in a dense config (all economy) to places like AGP and ALC from ZRH. i'm sure it was just filling in for a usual A320 on the 7th
              Regards, Elgan

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              • Comet
                Belgian Beer Expert
                • Jan 2000
                • 2138

                #8
                Thanks for the info bmi-star.
                2009 - the first year without any flights, the first year I lost a holiday, the first and last year I book the bloody Eurostar
                Louise

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