PP-SPL Finally I can show you the original picture from that specially shot!!The film was strangulated in the camera on that very cold day!!!Because of that you can see 2 shots in one!!Very frustrating when you have one time very luck to see something like that and then this happen to you!I guess the left picture would also be nice!(If I had the whole image!!)The fire is also visible!
N971PG (cn 912) Another Picture Perfect!!! Imagine having FO as good as this one. Hard to believe, but she is actually a stewardess. Although we have geriatric fleets, but who cares with these beauties onboard!!! (Olympus C-740)
G-DOCD Very rare picture!!! We all know how huge the GE-90 is. We've seen many 777s with GE-90's out there. We’ve all heard that it's been said this engine is as big as a 737's fuselage, but we've never seen this picture before. Here's BA's 737-436 "River Aire" in front of G-VIIC, a BA 777-236/ER proudly holding a GE-90 under her wings. This picture says it all. When it comes to clarify a myth, just compare the “Biggest and Most Powerful Jet Engine in the world” with the 737 and with an average size human body.
N396AN The first AA 767 with the new Business class seats. Just in from AFW and a maintenance check, she hasn't flown a revenue passenger yet. Parked on gate C8 so that employees and VIP's could visit and check it out.
XB-GRN Definately one of the more spectacular landings I've seen -- pilot "Victor" slides in under Special-VFR on a day when so many other pilots could not. C-2100UZ, 5-shot Multiple Exposure @ F3.5, ISO100, 388mm.
N692AA (cn 52231045) At MIA location referred as "el Darado" (9/27). Not officially sanctioned for spotting but having a pretty girl helps! Airside folks waved to us! (after carefully analyzing the security threat ofcourse!). American 757s are dime a dozen at MIA but i felt i needed to put a MIA shot to rival the girls on approach at SXM! This aircraft is featured in a SXM shot too.Smoke in the air due to western bush fires.