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BOEING 777-300ER (ZK-OKQ) - An Air New Zealand operated Boeing 777-300 series widebody jet, special "All Blacks" livery, takes to the skies after liftoff from the Los Angeles International Airport, LAX, Westchester, Los Angeles, California
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BOEING 777-300ER (ZK-OKQ)

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An Air New Zealand operated Boeing 777-300 series widebody jet, special "All Blacks" livery, takes to the skies after liftoff from the Los Angeles International Airport, LAX, Westchester, Los Angeles, California

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john folker
Air New Zealand does not have B777-200 "s in the black paintings.....only 300"s
The black paint and silver fern are not as nice as the older Maori Koru symbol.
Matthew Baldwin
NOT that good of a picture
pdixonj
I love the photo and the livery.
Floatonaboat
Got to disagree with you Matthew. This is a awesome picture
Tyler Cook
oh because everyone's a critic... great picture, nearLAX
Grace Payne
Nice picture! The black and white against blue is cool.
n9341c
"Ladies and gentlemen for our inflight dinner tonight we are having leftover fish AS YOU CAN PLAINLY SEE ON THE SIDE OF THE FUSELAGE!"
Colton Fletcher
cool
Nathen Sieben
Incorrect John, they have had a 200 in the black livery for the last few months also, ZK-OKH
Geoff Arkley
Love the dead fish skeleton on the rear.
ricardo azevedo
Fantastic aircraft...
Eric Scharping
Excelent photo of an awsome livery.
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