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The side of Air France's Terminal 1 at JFK.

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Spectacular picture of an Air France B747-400

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One of our 747-400s on the CDG runway. The 747-400 is an improved version of the 747-300 with increased wingspan, winglets, revised engines and a glass cockpit that removed the need for a flight engineer.

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Nice side shot of the A380. Smaller aircraft highlights how big our new plane is.

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Another angle of our SFO flight with our sister KLM next to us.

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An Air France 777-300ER taxiing in the sunset at CDG2.

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The A318, aka "Mini-Airbus" or "baby bus", is the smallest member of the A320 family & smallest Airbus overall. Passenger capacity is 109. It’s intended to replace early Boeing 737 and Douglas DC-9 models, & it's also a rival to the 737-600.

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Better view of the Saab SF-340A. For you aircraft buffs, it’s a 30 to 36-seat commuter airliner, powered by two 1,630-shp (1215-kW) General-Electric CT7-5A2 turboprop engines.

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The GE90 series are physically the largest engines in aviation history: 128 in diameter for the GE90-115B.

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It was the A320 with retro livery. Better view here.

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Calling all aircraft experts: what plane does this belong to?

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