Greenpeace Activists Prosecuted For Damaging Air France 777 in Paris

Greenpeace Prosecuted For Damaging Air France 777 in Paris
Photo sourced from @Fl360aero on X!

It has been revealed that activists of Greenpeace have been prosecuted for damaging an Air France Boeing 777 with green paint in Paris CDG.

Such actions by the pressure group took place in March 2021 when they managed to get onto the apron at Roissy and start painting the aircraft green.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

Greenpeace Prosecuted For Damaging Air France 777 in Paris…


Greenpeace Prosecuted For Damaging Air France 777 in Paris
Photo sourced from @fl360aero on X!

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Nine activists from Greenpeace breached security during this incident, which involved painting the Air France Boeing 777 in their trademark green in Paris back in March 2021.

As per @fl360aero, it is understood that the punishment that the activists could receive is five years imprisonment, as well as a 75,000 EUR fine for their actions.

This is due to the pressure group disrupting the operation of an aeronautical installation as well as refusal to submit to biological sampling following the incident.

The aircraft painted in the green was F-GSPB.

As per data from Planespotters.net, F-GSPB is a 25.9 year old Boeing 777-228ER that was delivered to Paris-based Air France in April 1998.

This aircraft is no longer in commercial service, having been stored in Ciudad since July 2022.

It is key to note that the aircraft painted by Greenpeace did return to commercial service after the paint was removed as the incident happened back in March 2021.

All eyes will be on what the overall punishment will be for the activists involved in the incident involving the Air France Boeing 777 in Paris.

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