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Virgin Atlantic Airbus A340-600 G-VYOU made its last flight yesterday when it was ferried from London Gatwick to Cornwall Airport/Newquay for scrapping, after 12 years' service (delivered August 2006). Only five A346 now remain in service: G-VFIT, G-VRED, G-VNAP, G-VWEB & G-VWIN.
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Mr Wonderful May 21
What a shame. She’s gone !!
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iMichael May 21
What a shame, I flew on her on 7th of Feb this year and she handled the worst landing conditions I’ve ever been a part of at LHR like a champ.
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Mr Wonderful May 21
These things are going to the scrap yard faster than we could imagine and at such a young age, its crazy. Most of us won’t even fly them ..
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iMichael May 21
Yep! They’re super inefficient, no surprise airlines are ditching them. A shame coz they’re so beautiful, especially VS ones. Probably my favorite Airbus.
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Chris Aerospace May 21
High cost maintenance no doubt, but Virgin is to acquire 4 new A350s (G-VLUX, G-VPOP & G-VPRD, the other one is not yet named).
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StuB May 21
If you loved the Vargas girl, don't look at the front of the new A350's, that's all I'm saying.
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Chris Aerospace May 21
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R May 21
Replying to @AirportWebcams @Airbus
12 years! Wow. 340, 380 not living long, are they
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Matthew Kiziltan May 21
Replying to @AirportWebcams
Didn’t realise Newquay could handle large aircraft
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Twinkle Toes Tracy 🐭🐁📻🎹🎸📷 May 21
I witnessed Concorde land & take off there in the 90s, so it's big enough.
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Mel Byrne May 22
😪😪😪😪😪
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Essiejosie ✈ May 22
💔💔💔💔
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Chris Aerospace May 21
Replying to @AirportWebcams
:'(
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Mike O May 21
Replying to @AirportWebcams
Was thinking it’s a pretty short lifespan alright but will serve well when cannibalized
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Stephen Port May 21
Replying to @AirportWebcams
12 years their are Boeing 757s flying in our sky's that are 35+ year's old sell it to the Russians
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NemoM22 May 22
Replying to @AirportWebcams
Noooooo! That aircraft is so cool, shame to see it go so fast
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