Cathay quite obviously dominate the landscape at Hong Kong's Chek Lap Kok airport! The only non-Cathay aircraft in the photo is Dragonair, a fully owned subsidiary of Cathay!
I am glad to see the people who hitched a ride sitting on the roof of the A330 at least had hard hats and safety vests on. The occupational health and safety Nazis would definitely be pleased.
The all "new" Y-12F. A pretty good looking plane with, I suspect, terrible sales prospects!!
"Does my butt look big?"
With the decision to phase out the JAL Express brand around the time of this photo, this is one of the 737s which would not be painted into the new JAL Express colours.
You certainly don't see many of these anymore! Having said that, this is a fairly modern version built in 1990!
The ex-Wunala Dreaming 1 sitting in the hot desert sun.
The A321 goes quite well with the American Airlines colour scheme, a refresh of the brand quite needed in my opinion. First image of this aircraft in the database.
Short finals for runway 24R on a typically gorgeous day in Los Angeles.
A classic LAX shot from Imperial Hill, this time of an attractive LAN 787 departing off runway 25R, Hollywood sign in the background, a bunch of America 737s and an A321.
One of the many special colour schemes flown by airlines in China, almost all of them ugly in my opinion!
Korean send a mix of various aircraft to Hong Kong from the 737 all the up to the A380.
Short finals for runway 24R for this Korean dugong.
Departing in the last golden rays of sunlight on the long flight to Abu Dhabi on a gorgeous clear day with the Hollywood sign visible in the background.
Can always rely on the Japanese to come up with colourful schemes to photograph!