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Great Crusade Qantas 747 spotted

written by | July 7, 2011
VH-OJO. (Seth Jaworski)

Qantas 747-400 VH-OJO has been spotted wearing special markings to promote the airline’s ‘Great Crusade’ marketing campaign in support of the upcoming Rugby World Cup in New Zealand.

It is the second aircraft to wear Great Crusade markings, after Jetconnect operated 737-800 ZK-ZQF.

The ‘Great Crusade’ is a competition for rugby fans to win places on a “luxury campervan” supporter’s tour of New Zealand for the World Cup.


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