New 737-200 for Nolinor seen on the BFI cargo ramp. Aircraft is ex Sabena OO-SDR, Fly Europa G-BYYF, and Estafeta Cargo XA-TWP.
Seen taxiing at BFI, prior to crew training flight, was this 767-300ER for China Yunnan Airlines. This airline was only the second operator of Rolls Royce powered 767's, beside British Airways.
Lining up on runway 16, prior to its first flight, was this 777F destined for FedEx.
Seen at SEA in Dec. 1987 (appox.) was this Lockheed Constellation. Aircraft also saw service with Aerochago as HI-548CT.
Still in the Boise State University colors, aircraft has now been repainted with the "Alaska Horizon" name.
1957 vintage S-58B seen at Brewster,WA. Aircraft bears the name "Big Daddy" on the clam shell doors. Thanks to the owner for the photo opportunity.
Seen arriving at BFI after a pre-delivery test flight is the first 737-900ER for Somon Air.
50th 737-900ER for Lion Air.
First 737-9F2ER for Turkish Airlines. Aircraft is named AMASYA and will be TC-JYA upon delivery.
Seen resting on the ramp at Anderson Field in Brewster was this 1956 vintage S55B.
Based at BFI and used as a testbed for systems upgrade is this JE-3C AWACS aircraft. Aircraft seen in rare presentation without its signature saucer and without any paint.