Remarks: United Express CRJ-700 passing the In-N-Out on final to 24R. To the right is part of the green used by spotters while the orange landing light pylons and large LAX sign outside parking lot 2, itself useful for morning photography, can be seen across Sepulveda Boulevard. The Radisson can be clearly identified and is also noted as a spotting location at LAX, although photography at the hotel has become more limited in recent years while the low roofed Delta Air Lines building can be seen behind the palm tree. Unique view taken from a place where it is now prohibited to take photographs. Google Earth locator: Lat. 33°57'13.37"N, Long. 118°23'48.41"W
Remarks: Special schemes galore today on the south side Tom Bradley International Terminal. LA, NH, MU, and KE are all currently occupying the gates displaying various sponsorship and alliances. This is indeed the age of celebratory schemes!
Remarks: Overview of the southside of LAX showing the Control tower and the iconic 'Theme' building which houses the 'Encounter' restaurant. Also visible is Terminal 4 and a nice line up of Delta 757's at Terminal 5.
Remarks: A view of the Century Blvd entrance to LAX. The old ATC tower can be seen as well as the large American service hanger in the background. Both arrivals and departures are accessible here as the signage indicates. The entrances of the departure concourses for AA, DL, and UA are visible as well. These lighted pillars have alternating colors and are only synchronized every so often for a few moments. I was anxious to capture an image with all of them radiating the same color. Bravo to the City of Los Angeles for the pride taken in the appearance of this magnificent airport. 1400 Pixels Wide!
Remarks: We just love L.A...one of my favourite spots in the world, my wife and I relaxing at the LAX In n Out restaurant, situated on the corner of Lincoln and South Sepulveda Blvd, just a short walk from the Radisson Hotel (and the other main hotels on West Century Blvd). At the left of the frame can be seen the theme building and control tower, whilst a Southwest 737 approaches runway 24 right...oh happy days, see you again soon out there!!