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Hello all, today’s video is a very special one in the form of the first ever Boeing 787 Landing at Bristol Airport for the announcement of new long-haul routes from Bristol! Reg: G-TUIB c/n;34423 Date filmed: 19th April 2016.

At approximately 11:10am today, Thomson made history at Bristol by being the first airline to operate a 787 into and out of the airport. Arriving from Manchester, the 787 took up a few holds over the BRI in order to arrive on time, giving us spotters to get excellent shots of the plane from below! After 4 circuits in the hold, the aircraft established on runway 27 and made a wonderful site as it came over the threshold and up past the spotters on Winter’s Lane.

In the next few hours, we should know where these new long-haul routes are to, and when from (Possibly Summer 2017). I hope you enjoyed and thanks for watching! Please like, comment and subscribe for weekly full HD videos.

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35 COMMENTS

  1. As long as there is only one at once, the airport won't cope, flying from BRS to Mexico next May, flew from Birmingham this year on TUI-G and back on TUI- I…

  2. Do they not do water salutes over here in the UK? I watched quite a few Japanese airport videos lately and planes visiting for the first time received a water salute from fire engines spraying plumes of water over the plane from both sides.

  3. hey mate, i just saw your last four videos and they are very good and i have subscribed to you and it would be nice if you subscribe back!

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