can almost hear the Rolls-Royce RB211-524H engines accelerate
to full power
in this dramatic study by Michael. British Airways 767 Pilots
are also qualified to fly the Boeing 757, which is featured
in the background of this superb print. They frequently
fly a 757 for the first part of the day, and then a 767
for the remainder, or vice versa.
British Airways service, the Boeing 767 is a remarkably
versatile aircraft, used on both 'shorthaul' and 'longhaul'
routes. West from London Heathrow to Vancouver, on the far
West coast of Canada, or East of the City of Madras in India,
the 767 effortlessly swallows the miles.
the 757 and the 767 can perform fully automatic landings in
the exterme weather conditions of fog and low cloud, and are
cleared to operate dowm to the almost incredible visibility
of just 75 metres, when most other aircraft would be grounded.
Extended Time Operations, or 'ETOPS' for short, is another
familiar operation for both the 757 and 767. The 767 was one
of the first twin-engine passenger aircraft allowed to operate
on the demanding North Atlantic routes, and has built a strong
reputation for being reliable and dependable aircraft.
from a single limited edition of 750 with 75 artist's proofs,
numbered and stamped with the Collectair seal and individually
signed by Michael Rondot. A numbered and signed certificate
is issued with every print to guarantee the total edition
size and authenticity.
size: 27 x 19ins approx
- see below