On Jun. 5, 2009, I took the following picture of an interesting civilian B767, with registration N767A that was parked in the VIP apron of the 31° Stormo of the Aeronautica Militare (Italian Air Force, ItAF). According to the information gathered on the Internet, the aircraft is owned by the Saudi Aramco Aviation the “airline” of Saudi Aramco, an international petroleum company with the world’s largest oil reserves.
This Summer I’ve spent two weeks in Sardinia island, the second-largest island in the Mediterranean Sea (after Sicily), located to the West of the Italian peninsula. During the period, massive fires, that claimed two people […]
If you check the news reports these days, you will find that the company that has been experiencing the majority of the failures and (minor) problems in this period is Qantas airlines. On Aug. 13 […]
The folllowing pictures taken at Rome Fiumicino airport show the Alitalia B767-300 “EI-DBP” wearing the new SkyTeam colour scheme. The livery, is inspired to the alliance logo and it is made by a silver fuselage […]