ALL PICTURES IN THIS POST ARE OF THE ACTUAL AIRCRAFT THAT CRASHED (REGISTRATION F-GZCP)
Ok, I’m not going the way that this was a conspiracy.
But can someone please explain to me which part of the aircraft the peice in this picture came from?
It looks obvious that it was from somewhere on the outside, but after looking at heaps of photographs of the actual aircraft (Registration F-GZCP). I
cannot seem to see that part anywhere.
There is small writing of “Air France” at the front of the aircraft, but it says “Air France KLM” and not the logo stripes. (See picture
Why also in this picture is the logo incorrect? Where is the Red Stripe, you could say that it “washed off” but the rest of the writing, and blue
stripes are in perfect condition. Also, I can’t seem to find the Air France logo (as it is here) actually on the aircraft anywhere.
So does anyone know what part of the plane this is from? Undercarriage maybe? Maybe a small part of the door that can’t be made out on the pictures,
I don’t know. But nowhere on the outside of the aircraft can I find it, or the “incorrect logo”.
This is the Air France Logo (notice the red stripe). But again, I cannot find it in any of the pictures of the exterior of the aircraft.
This is the front of the actual aircraft that crashed, as you can see the small "Air France" writing (the only small writing I could find on the
plane) says "Air France KLM" and does not use the logo, so this cannot be the part that the above wreckage is from.
This picture was take a day before the accident, to show that the "Air France KLM" writing was still the current painting on it (older pictures from
2005 say "Groupe Air France"). The only other small writing seen here is the "Airbus" writing, if you want to see the full picture the link is
below (which includes the back).
There are hundreds of actual photos of the actual aircraft online, in which you can see almost every part of the aircraft.
So I just want to know, which part of the plane has the above wreckage come from, which shows "AIR FRANCE" in small writing, and includes the logo
below it (with missing red stripe), and doesnt include the KLM part.
Does anyone know?
Photo used to show Air France KLM writing
Photo from the day before the accident