The imposing (although rather incongruous to my taste) new Tower at EDI looks down on the early evening Easy rush.
A misty dawn arrival for MH16 on Rwy 06.
This is a regular early morning flight for Naha.
Check out the nice jetwash effects as this Qantas Jumbo lifts off rw25R.
Needless to say that neither of these two aircraft are regular visitors to Sapporo. Rather they were visiting in connection with the G8 summit being held on Hokkaido.
These aircraft have been sacrificed to provide spare parts to keep the P-3 and KC-135 fleets airworthy. Note the non-standard N-reg on the 707 hulk.
Pictured rotating off rw26L.
The rather famous CGN terminal facade has changed as the newly constructed Germanwings waiting lounge fills in the area between the two star-shaped satellites at CGN.
The Beluga is about to swallow up the rear fuselage section of an A340-600 for onward transport to Toulouse. This part would later be built into HS-TND and delivered to Thai.
One of a troop of three C-23s that made a stopover at PIK. Pictured here landing on rw31.
CAF frequently use PIK as a stopover point before/after a trans-Atlantic crossing.
Pictured taxying in after landing on rw24L.
Taxying out to rw27R for departure.
Short final for rw05. GVA is a super airport with a rich variety of biz- and airline visitors.
Pictured picking up speed on a wet rw06. Operated an ad-hoc charter from Katowice for Travel Service.