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Hello,I need some help because my memory is failing!I'm trying to find out which airline this could be based on visual sighting about 6-8 months ago when I was in the northern Black Forest in Germany about 6 months ago.I remember seeing a short to medium range aircraft (possibly A320 family???) which if I remember correctly had a distinctive, multi-colored (blue, red, yellow) series of circles (possibly overlapping each other) or bubbles on the rear fuselage. I believe the main fuselage could have been white or blue.Any thoughts or suggestions as to what this airline could be? Sorry for the sketchy description. I found it once in Airliners.NET but now can not find it again.Hopefully this rings a bell with someone?thx,


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Brussels Airlines?

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Nope! But good call!


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Could it be Hamburg International?%38%300px-Hamburg_International_A319_D-AHIM.jpgI remember seeing this one one, while in Baden-Baden, some time back.


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Hello,I need some help because my memory is failing!I'm trying to find out which airline this could be based on visual sighting about 6-8 months ago when I was in the northern Black Forest in Germany about 6 months ago.I remember seeing a short to medium range aircraft (possibly A320 family???) which if I remember correctly had a distinctive, multi-colored (blue, red, yellow) series of circles (possibly overlapping each other) or bubbles on the rear fuselage. I believe the main fuselage could have been white or blue.Any thoughts or suggestions as to what this airline could be? Sorry for the sketchy description. I found it once in Airliners.NET but now can not find it again.Hopefully this rings a bell with someone?thx,
Sounds like Olympic to me!

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Thought of that, seemed way to easy :( oh well, better luck next time.


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Hi Guys,All good suggestions, but it just doesn't seem to be the one I saw.Thanks for the thoughts. I'll just have to keep puzzling! I'm pretty sure it had bubbles or circles on the rear fuselage near the wing body fairing but I don't remember it being on the tail.Other suggestions????Cheers,


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It could be a private jet! Note that not all A320s are owned by airlines.

Could it be Hamburg International?%38%300px-Hamburg_International_A319_D-AHIM.jpgI remember seeing this one one, while in Baden-Baden, some time back.
Don't you think that Hamburg jet is a tad too "Landor-ish"?

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It could be a private jet! Note that not all A320s are owned by airlines.Don't you think that Hamburg jet is a tad too "Landor-ish"?
What do you mean by "Landor-ish"?

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What do you mean by "Landor-ish"?
<IMAGE REMOVED BY MOD>Oversized and copyrightedBA had a snazzy-sophisticated livery in the late 80s/early 90s which they dubbed "Landor." I disagree with the Hamburg International connection, but I guess one may judge for themselves.

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Transavia?No red but fits the description otherwise.


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