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LazyGuy222

Roblox Name:CS7C3D
May 7, 2016
877
I did see a NEO at Gatwick but couldn't get a picture in time. We were running an Hour late due to a technical fault so....
 

LazyGuy222

Roblox Name:CS7C3D
May 7, 2016
877
A6-EOQ, an Emirates A380 in the special blue Dubai Expo 2020 livery sits at the gate, having just arrived from Birmingham on EK38.
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A6-EUZ, another’s Emirates A380 in the special Year of Zayed livery sits at gate B15 of Dubai, while awaiting passengers on EK37 to Birmingham.
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Mitchul

Some dude.
May 23, 2018
10
Here's some stuff I've taken around the traps.


The only Australian operator of the Boeing 777 family is this 777-300ER (VH-VPD) operated by Virgin Australia rolling down 34 at Melbourne, departing for LAX. This 777 is one of five that are of the old V Australia airline.


Taking off in the opposite direction is my favourite aircraft, this Airbus A340-343 of HiFly Malta (9H-SUN) was wetleased to Royal Brunei whilst their 787 aircraft were being re-fitted with better crewing sleepers.


On the other side of the world, this KLM 737-700 (PH-BGU) on finals into London Heathrow.


Taken only a few weeks prior to the Fokker retirement from the KLM fleet is PH-KZL of KLM departing the Polderbaan at Schipol.


Virgin Australia is currently in the process of swapping some of their aircraft between their low-cost division, Tiger Australia and their regional operation, Virgin Australia Regional Airlines (VARA). So every so often in Australia, we have a very bleak white aircraft making the rounds. Like this Boeing 737-8FE (VH-VOR) which was in the process of being accepted into the Tiger Australia fleet when this was taken. This aircraft is now in Tiger colours.


One aircraft that was high on my list to photograph is the MD11. Whilst I wish they were still in passenger service, the freighter version is just as magical. This Fed-Ex MD11F had just landed on Sydney's 34L after a short hop from Hawaii.



Same aircraft, two different sides of the world. The top photo at London Heathrow, and the bottom at Melbourne Tullamarine.


My favourite airline: Royal Brunei. This Royal Brunei 787 taxiing to the gate at Bandar Seri Begawan airport, Brunei after a short hop from Hong Kong.

Regards,
Mitch :lol:
 

Alan Sir HK

Member
Aug 3, 2017
37
Here ar some photos taken by myself last year during my travelling.

1. British Airways A380 at HKIA
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2. Peach Air A320. It is a Japanese LCC.
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5. Korean Air A380, taken at Incheon Airport
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5. Hong Kong Airlines A330. This airline currently having financial trouble.
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6. Cathay Dragon A330, which was still covered by old Dragonair livery
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7. Scoot B787. This is a Singaporean LCC providing long distance services.
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8. Air Asia A320neo, taken at KLIA2
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9. Air Asia A320, taken at Penang Airport
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10. Air Asia A320neo, taken at Penang Airport
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11. Malindo Air ATR72. This is an Indonisian LCC
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12. Silk Air B737-800, taken at Changi Airport
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13. A Scoot A320 was landing while my Scoot A320 was waiting for take off
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13. Silk Air B738 MAX 8
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Ben Geoghegan

New Member
May 17, 2017
1
A United Airlines 747 (reg unknown).View attachment 14046
PH-KCA (Amy Johnson) here at CYYZ before MD-11/10's went out of passenger service.View attachment 14047
and... back to GatwickView attachment 14048
Nice photo of G-VROS, English Rose, I flew her on the way back from KMCO (Orlando Intl) to EGCC (Manchester Ringway) back in 2016. The Virgin Atlantic 744s are absolutely amazing, I was disappointed, however, when I realised that they operate GE CF6s instead of the Rolls-Royce RB211s.
 
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