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Airport Fire Appliance, Belfast

ARFF Belfast


Airport fire appliance, Belfast showed a Carmichael Cobra 2 (no 1) in the Belfast City Airport’s Fire and Rescue Service. This is no 2 in the fleet. flybe De Haviland DHC 8 G-JECL is taxiing for take-off in the background.


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