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United Boeing 747-422 takes off from Sydney, headed to Melbourne. Due to the fog in Sydney, this plane performed the Melbourne flight instead of the other United B747 which diverted to another city.
United Boeing 747-422 in the new colour scheme leaves Sydney airport headed for Melbourne.
A United Boeing 747-422 takes off from Sydney airport. This is one of the B747s still wearing the former blue colour scheme and the famous tulip logo on the tail.
United Boeing 747-422 leaves Sydney, headed for Melbourne. It is still over the runway at this point, but the very light fuel load has allowed it to climb very high already. It will likely reach 40,000ft on this short flight.
A United Boeing 747-422 takes off from Sydney airport. This plane wears the new colour scheme.
A United Boeing 747-422 in the new colours of the joint United/Continental airline leaves Sydney headed for Melbourne.
A United Airlines Boeing 747-422 leaves Sydney airport.
United Airlines' Boeing B747-422 waits for a Qantas B747-438 VH-OJO to land. The Qantas 'jumbo', arriving as QF64 from Johannesburg is wearing a promotional colour scheme for the Qantas Wallabies, the Australian rugby team.
United Airlines B747-422 takes off from Sydney airport.
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This United B747-422 N127UA suffered a mechanical issue - so stayed overnight in Sydney. It is seen here departing for San Francisco as UA1751. This is one of the B747 aircraft in the new colour scheme of the merged United/Continental airline.
United Airlines N116UA B747-422 steeply climbs away from Sydney airport, headed to Melbourne for the final "tag on" leg of its flight. This is one of the shortest B747-400 flights in the world, and it is typically very light. This plane remains for the moment in one of the classical United Airlines colour schemes.