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Air Drake (New Livery) Boeing 767-200ER Taxiing + Departing RWY 12 | Hamilton Int’l

Air Drake (New Livery) Boeing 767-200ER Taxiing + Departing RWY 12 | Hamilton Int’lHello everyone! Welcome to this video!

Once again, we have got a video from Air Drake. Drake himself announced a few weeks ago via his social media of a new design for his private Boeing 767-200ER that he owns behalf of with Cargojet. The design itself is of a ‘sky blue clouds’ style livery which is very reminiscent of Drake’s album ‘Nothing Was the Same’ and was re-designed by Louis Vuitton Mensware Creative Director Virgil Abloh. The aircraft was flown in from Roswell where it sat in Hamilton for a few weeks.

I finally got the alert I was waiting for when I received a text of its departure plan recently. ELX1086 filed down to Brunswick with a stopover in Raleigh so the effort was made with success. The aircraft powered up from the Cargojet hangars and taxied for a RWY 12 departure at 1425hrs receiving compliments from the ATC Tower on the way. The crew said they were on their way to Brunswick to do some more work on the aircraft. Enjoy the video everyone and stay safe!

Ernest G.




Airline: Operated by Drake and Cargojet Airways
Flight: ELX1086
Aircraft: Boeing 767-24Q(ER)
Registration: N767CJ
Destination: Raleigh–Durham Int’l (KRDU)

Date Filmed: 30APR20
Times: Departure at 1425hrs

© Ernest Gutschik Aviation 2020

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