Kuwait Airways


Kuwait’s Queen departs Heathrow on a wet runway – Need I say more?

13 thoughts on “Kuwait Airways

  1. Starboard76

    Another homerun with a 747 that is tops in request to be videotaped! Very
    happy you captured this rare beauty! Thanks again!

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  2. MrFlashjet

    Many thanks SB. We are quite lucky here ,this has been to Heathrow several
    times this year – but she is a rare beauty . Interestingly when I mention
    that this plane is in at LHR to my fellow spotters ,it’s usually met with
    very little interest – luckily for all of you I love this baby!!!! – I
    tracked her for weeks to get this shot – it was definitely worth it!!

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  3. Starboard76

    Many of us who are very into the rare stuff are indeed lucky to have you
    ‘keep guard & tracking’! I for one, really appreciate the effort you make
    in bringing all this!

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  4. hmasurg

    The elusive KU 744!! i guess if she’s to be cought, it must as well be at
    Heathrow.. a wonderful un-rushed encounter!!.. if you had told me I would
    have flown from RUH just to join you in this magical moment. a true gem
    moment.

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  5. hmasurg

    By the way i have been told by a close friend that KU is planning to retire
    this only 744 and replace her with a VIP A345 which is all ready and parked
    somewhere in Kuwait or Europe.

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  6. MrFlashjet

    Thanks hmasurg, I’m glad you mentioned unrushed, when editing I’m always a
    bit conscious of how much footage to include – we live in an internet age
    where everything seems to need to be quick (clips etc..)- but I try to
    think of people in the future watching these great planes of now. They will
    want to savour every moment – like we do with 707’s ,Trident’s VC-10’s
    etc.. That’s why you get the full 7 minutes- with sound up !!! (I hope!!)

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  7. MrFlashjet

    Wow , yes indeed , Kuwait have not one but two A345’s waiting to activated
    – I believe they are in France as we speak, all ready to go (They were
    painted in 2010) so hopefully Kuwait will still want them. If the jumbo
    does go (and I don’t want to sound too sure of myself here) then surely
    this video will be the definitive record of this great aircraft!!

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  8. MrFlashjet

    My pleasure , I, like you and others ,do this (posting on the internet) so
    that , hopefully some young kid in the future will see (and fall in love )
    with the great airliners of today. Like we look back with fondness at the
    great airliners of yesteryear.

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  9. Starboard76

    True..and in hopes of some older aviation fan who has a hidden box of 8mm &
    16mm footage from yesteryear but afraid to death of computers (in hopes
    he’ll seek assistance in posting).

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