So, are they going to change the name of this plane as it gets older?
My first view of a Southwest 737 with the new Split Scimitar winglets. Looking good, especially in these colours in this light.
Departing to Penang on its first revenue flight in the attractive new colours.
Ex- G-GSSE of Global Supply Systems/British Airways. Now that GSS has shut down operations, Polar and DHL have agreed to take on the three ex-GSS 747-8Fs. All three now fly in this hybrid scheme.
Departing in the nice afternoon sunlight, one of the newer A330s in the Dragonair fleet, and one of the newer ex-Cathay Pacific planes transferred over to the subsidiary.
Love this light and angle as this A330 flares after a long flight from Colombo.
Short finals for runway 25L in the early morning with the passenger drop-off area for Terminal 1 in the background.
A great looking scheme in nice light. Can't wait to see their new scheme next time!
Short finals for runway 25L. In the background you can see the SkyDeck which is the roof-top spectators area. You can see all the telescopes set up for use.
Ex-G-GSSE of Global Supply Systems, now flying for Polar doing DHL flights in this hybrid livery.
Starting a missed approach just as they approach the threshold of runway 25L on an early morning test flight.
The best time of day for photos with the gorgeous golden afternoon light. The deep "canyon blue" colour scheme of this Southwest looks particularly good in this light I think.
Most definately one of the best looking 7373s out there I think!
Air New Zealand are now associated with the Lord Of The Rings and Hobbit movie series and as a result we have these great aircraft to see. The detail in these decals is pretty amazing.
I love all these special schemes that Alaska Airlines does.