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.
Some of the traffic spotted at Rome Fiumicino airport on Feb 16 2008: About David Cenciotti 4382 ArticlesWebsiteFacebookTwitterLinkedIn instagramDavid Cenciotti is a freelance journalist based in Rome, Italy. He is the Founder and Editor of […]
Another day, another Qantas aircraft forced to make an emergency landing. This seems to be the leit motiv of this really unfortunate period for the Australian company. A Qantas B767 with 200 people on board […]
On Feb. 11, an F-16 of the 37° Stormo of the Italian Air Force, crashed into the sea between Levanzo and Marettimo, not far from Trapani Birgi airbase. The aircraft had been involved in a […]