JAL - Hawaii rotates from Runway 16R.
Departure turn from KMCO on a humid Florida day as Jetblue's "Absolute Blue" is starting out for KJFK.
It has been a few years since this veteran has taken to the air and it faces a very uncertain future now that all the A-26's in the fleet have been retired. Will it escape the cutter's torch?
Wearing a crudely applied registration, this Electra may be now in the process of conversion to air tanker.
cn 756804 -- Reg. shows cancelled 070804
A JAL Classic poses in front of the famous Marroad Hotel, you can imagine the view from the rooms in the background!
Four aircraft, three manufacturers, two runways in one frame. You have to love Narita!
Lining up on Runway 16R with the Marroad Hotel in the left background.
Parked on the apron
Taxiing for departure
One of the few remaining passenger configured Convairs taxying out on a passenger charter from the South Terminal at Vancouver.
The prototype Lockheed Jetstar now owned by the BC Institute of Technology at the south side of Vancouver International. The aircraft is interesting as it was one of the few built with two engines... (more)
Pacific Coastal Airlines show scenes from Canada's west coast on the tail of their aircraft. This Beechcraft 1900 shows a logging truck. It was photographed at Vancouver's South Terminal.