Remarks: It crashed and exploded in between the house in the background of the shot and a temporary school. The incident happened at 1630 the 18 Sep 08, only an hour earlier the carpark was full of school kids. The pilot and two other people received minor injuries. Lucky escape
Remarks: Looking across stands 39, 38 and 37 towards Pier E (under construction) hence the Fed Ex cargo aircraft can park there. The EI A320 is after pushing and is ready to taxi. In the background you can see the lights of south Dublin stretching up the Dublin mountains. Dublin city is in the dip between here and the mountains.
Remarks: First photo in the JP data base of a real cabin shot of the dreamliner testbed.In Shannon for a fuel stop and overnight stay while returning from MAKS 2011. Many thanks to Fellow JP photographer Robert Reid for making this photo possible
Remarks: A nice collection of aircraft, slowing on the Rwy is Cityjet(Air France)146 then we have Air France 773, British Midland 321, Lufthanisa A300, 5 Ryanair 738's, 321, 320 2 330's from Aer Lingus and finally US Airways 752 tail parked on stand 38.
Remarks: I have been waiting a while for the right moment to take this shot. Terminal 2 now due to open in Oct 2010 and really starting to take shape. The front of the building will be used for check-in and the bigger rear section will have arrivals, baggage and the boarding area. [1600PIX]
Remarks: Smoke in the cabin. It was an impressive sight in the cabin of 'Echo Mike' as the outside temp of 35 C and the air conditioning mixed to produce condensation mist that rolled down the walls and across the ceiling. I tried to capture the effect as best I could.
Remarks: Looking out onto Dublins Pier B. Just beyond it is runway 16/34 and the main runway 10/28. Seen on the pier at this time are SAS OY-KHE, Aer Lingus EI-CPE, Turkish TC-JPJ, Aer LIngus EI-DUZ and BMI G-MIDP.
This is the pier that the majority of TransAtlantic flights transit through, this is because passengers are able to Pre-clear US immigration at the boarding gates prior to boarding their flight. Also visible off to the left are TNT OO-TNJ and FedEx N721FD.
Remarks: Early morning picture, as the sun rises, of the Pier B ramp. The aircraft in the background are in the queue for departure of runway 28. If you include the wing of the Malev 736 to the left, this picture shows 12 aircraft, 8 different aircraft types from 7 different airlines.
Remarks: Seen here just after arriving back from lease to LAN Chile and being towed into the hangar for a once over before rejoining the Aer Lingus line. She operated for some time for Aer Lingus while still wearing LAN Chile colours.