Photographer's Note

A per of THY, Turkish-Airline planes that only looks as twins, but manufactured by different two passengers-planes makers:
On the left is the Airbus 330-243 registration TC-JNV, in service since 27/03/2003, powered by two Rolls-Royce RR Trent 772B-60 engines.
On the right is the Boeing 737-8F2 registration TC-JFG, in service since 23/08/1998, powered by two CFMI CFM56-7B26 engines.

Besides other 4 or 5 diff. airlines from Turkey, most are charter or low-cost flights, "Türk Hava Yolları" has the most number of weekly flights of a foreign-airline in and out of Israel, in high season even a 60 weekly round trips, serving many connections to Europe, Far-east and South-east Asia.
These two photos taken in a short interval on same Sunday morning:
The TC-JFG took-off on 09:52, and the TC-JNV took-off on 10:19, both en-route to Istanbul.


Previously posted a THY Boeing-737, a twin plane with registration TC-JFY.

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