In a fit of craziness, the directors at Cathay Pacific decided to paint all leading edges green. This is the first example....or perhaps it's deicing fluid.
A celebration of the Captains Last Flight!
The quickest way in and out of downtown Toronto is City Center airport, in the foreground you can see Ontario Place, it is a multiple use entertainment and seasonal amusement park in Toronto!
Another grand spectacle as retirement beckons another Air Canada captain.
The greatest spectacle I have ever seen. Look at how the wings bend, and what they create!
Battling the crosswind, and probably fatigue after the trip in from Seoul
4 different types from the Air Canada fleet at the domestic arm to T1. B762, E170, E190 and 2 A320's are visible.
Enroute to London as WestJet 562. Wicked cloud formations as we float inbound to runway 15. Thanks to Robin B. for help with this edit!
It was a sunset to remember.
Arrival of the big A340-600 from Beijing, for runway 23. Best spotting in Toronto possible!
Star Alliance time at Terminal 1. B767 MWY and A340 YLD in an all Air Canada setting.
Freezing rain at YYZ again. After a coat of pink type 1 fluid to clean everything, a coat of lime green type 4 de- ice fluid is added to the leading and trailing edges to ensure that nothing adher... (more)
"The Moose" waits in the rain during the last few days of test flights before delivery. A nice bit of reflection off the tarmac.