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Email Autor Correction ID #927652 / 1938 Views
28-November-2009
ZS-OTF The "jetsetter" is seen here, resting on the apron of the "old" Durban Int. Airport, which is to be closed on 01 May 2010 in favour of the new airport named "King Shaka". This aircraft has been photographed in a number of different paint schemes, starting with British Airways 1991 as G-DOCC, before being acquired by Comair South Africa in 2002. After it went to South Africa's first low coster Kulula.com,it got this great "jetsetter" paint scheme and had a football nose until recently. This nose has now been replaced by an advert for PUMA (although little "hearts=football" signs are still present on it). (more of ZS-OTF)
Email Autor Correction ID #863286 / 2015 Views
15-July-2009
ZS-OTF Now we have the football nose in South Africa announcing the FIFA Football World Cup in 2010 in this country! Additional "Kulula loves soccer" sticker under cockpit window. (more of ZS-OTF)
Email Autor Correction ID #823873 / 456 Views
23-December-2007
ZS-OTF Throttle Quadrant of this Boeing 737-400. We are at full power with the flaps up after takeoff from Durban on our way to Port Elizabeth (PLZ/FADN), then the aicraft does the last short hop to Cape Town (CPT/FACT), the aircraft came from Johannesburg to Durban and because of this was 3 hours and 34 minutes late, it should of come from Cape Town originally ! The FMC can also be seen ! (more of ZS-OTF)
Email Autor Correction ID #88319 / 290 Views
23-February-2003
ZS-OTF First picture in the PP.Net database wearing full Kulula.com c/s! Kulula.com is a division of Comair and operates daily in and out of Johannesburg. Seen here departing to Cape Town as MN105 at dusk. Nice to see this diffrent and also fresh looking c/s! (more of ZS-OTF)