Buildings everywhere, that's Hong Kong. Pay attention to the engine! The stream line building behind the beauty 77F is a newly built remote terminal mainly for mainland departures.
British Airways' 777 service did not last for even a year, then they decided to reduce their daily service from 3 to 2.
You can see the rudder is applied to fine tune the plane's direction.
This flight is now served by A346 direct service from Munich.
The plane probably needed a repaint around the second left door. This flight is now flown by a 777-300ER.
One of the few special schemes Cathay ever had, and the only scheme that is preserved and transferred on to a 777-300ER. However, B-HOY is still in service but painted into normal scheme.
Qatar has downgraded the equipment to Hong Kong from a A346 to A332 for a few years.
The A345 has been replaced by 777-200LR for direct service to Toronto.
Oh well, this is how Chicago looks like right now, the skeleton globe is invading the tulips. Looking at the B gates. Not long from now, ORD is going to become another IAH or EWR.
Running on runway 1R, another mini airbus transformed into new United.
She was one of those left behind in the Old Baiyun Airport, after many of years sitting here in this institution next to New Baiyun Airport, she is still looking good.
While we the spot lights are on A380 and B748i, it's nice to turn our heads back to review the previous generation of airbus.
Singapore 38 catching the last bit of the sun shine landing on runway 24R, direct services from Singapore. Also the 2nd longest non-stop flight in the world.
Swiss 040 turning off runway 25L from Zurich.
One of the new 737 that Delta Airlines received, less than one month old shot in this photo. Delivered on 20/7/2010.