Into Opa Locka for maintenance. It seems to be in need of a fresh paint job! Great to see one of these 100s still flying around!
Coming in for a landing at it's Opa Locka base.
This new PAWA color scheme, really is a looker.
This beautiful bird has been painted into Pan American style colors, and carries the name: Clipper Liberty Bell
ex:ARDCO aerial firefighting aircraft.
I love seeing these old birds, still flying for a living! Douglas sure knew how to make good, long lasting machines!
The good thing about MIA, is that sooner or later, everything shows up here.
Emirates, opb Atlas Air, while climbing out of MIA RW 9.
Korean showing a little smoke while climbing out of MIA RW 9.
Taxiing to runway 8R.
Fleet 0646 on final to MIA RW 9.
Landing MIA RW 9, in it's new color scheme.
Fleet number 4259.
Landing MIA RW 9.
Landing MIA RW 9, and wears a nonstandard color scheme, with only winglet and tail logos.
The stunning Lufthansa A380 on short final to MIA RW9.
This is the first ever landing of an A380 in Miami. The inaugural Lufthansa flight 462 Super from FRA to MIA, began daily service, between the two cities.