Crystal clear sky after the rain!
The whalejet flying pass the beautiful Los Angeles skyline before landing on RWY24R.
After the departue of the MD's, the B734 will be the oldest aircraft type in JL's fleet, this particular air frame is around 16 years old.
The crew who bring in this aircraft to LAX was crossing RWY7L way too slow, forcing the incoming traffic to go around.
SU106 arriving LAX after a 12+ hours flight.
An interesting mix of aircraft at NGO at night nearby the maintenance and cargo area. The Air Hong Kong A300 which spend more time here than in the sky, the JAL 77W which features all new cabin p... (more)
Not a very good angle for the Hobbit jet I know........
TG693, one of the the 4 flights per week heading back to Bangkok via Incheon.
IMHO, the most beautiful aircraft in the world. Some say the design is aged, not when you have a longer fuselage and beefed up engines, and the raked wingtips!
No doubt this is the highlight of the day, the whale jet taking off right in front of us with huge concentration of moisture over its flight surfaces. What a sight!
Night action at NGO, I always have a feeling that their taxiway lights are brighter than others.
The weather forecast was quite accurate that day, while most of us were not optimistic in seeing the blue sky, it clears up as it was predicted and at the right time too.