Glasgow, Scotland, UK. 21 July 2020.
Pictured: British Airways (BA) Airbus A319/A320/A321 aircraft sit the second runway of Glasgow Airport awaiting their fate of being sold off or put in storage. Since March these planes have been sitting idle on the the airports tarmac, doe to the global coronavirus (COVID19) crisis.
- Colin Fisher
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GLASGOW INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT GROUNDED JETS, BA BRITISH AIRWAYS GROUNDED JETS, GROUNDED AIRBUS PLANES AT GLASGOW AIRPORT, BRITISH AIRWAYS AXE JOBS, BRITISH AIRWAYS JOB CUTS, TURBULENT STORMS AHEAD FOR BRITISH AIRWAYS, CORONAVIRUS COVID19 GLOBAL AVIATION CRISIS, TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS COVID19, FORWARD FUSELAGE OF BRITISH AIRWAYS A321 JET, FORWARD PORT AIRCRAFT DOOR WITH PORT HOLE, FORWARD PORT DOOR OF BA A321 DOOR, HANDLE AND PORT HOLE WINDOW AIRBUS A321
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