This to me is one of those exotic carriers. We see it occasionally in Hong Kong but not often. The colour scheme looks great in the sunlight.
I must admit I am not used to these winglets yet, I still think they look huge but at least they look different and different is good!
A fellow colleague and Jetphotos photographer at the controls of this A330 departing for sunny Riyadh.
First photo in the database of this attractive A319, made even better with sharklets.
Seen here two weeks before her retirement, departing for Taipei. She has now had her titles painted out and will be ferried to France for scrapping.
The third newest A330 that Cathay has received, on short finals for runway 25R
One of the exotic carriers that Hong Kong gets, departing on it's way back to Bangkok's Don Mueng airport, DMK.
Departing to Delhi in the golden sunlight
I love this angle on a low aircraft in the dying sunlight of the day.
Yet another low cost japanese carrier departing from Hong Kong, this one ANA's LCC.
A nice surprise for me was this Western Global MD-11F, which departed that night across the Pacific to Asia.
The latest Cargolux 747-8F is dedicated to Joe Sutter, 'grandfather' of the 747 and carries a sticker on the nose.
A rather attractive colour scheme for the latest attempt by Air Canada to create a lower cost subsidiary.
Superfly, coming in to land.
Touching down in gorgeous British summer afternoon sunlight that happens a few days per year. :D