Departing for Benito Juárez International Airport as "MAS-CARGA 6874. Was nice to finally catch this bird after several failed attempts.
Must have been empty as she rotated quicker than the Dash-8's on a blustery Auckland afternoon.
Lufthansa 457 bound for Frankfurt, Germany. This route is now served by the 747-8 Intercontinental. Lufthansa's old 747's can still be seen at LAX during summer months when an... (more)
The big Chinese Chubster arriving direct from Guangzhou as "China Southern 327". I sure do miss these So-Cal sunsets.
Taxiing for the gate in the fading light after completing a flight from Christchurch. This frame first flew on the 23rd of February 1998, she flew with Air Malta and Azzurra Air before joining the... (more)
The Hobbit seen her rolling out after arrival from Brisbane as NZ136. Was pretty special to get both special schemes arriving in beautiful light one after the other.
Arriving from Sydney as "New Zealand 104" is ZK-NBV "Christchurch" Tim Bowrey managed to snap her yesterday on the same run, today its my turn. Despite having only 2 744's remaining ... (more)
All Blacks dominating not just on the rugby field.... but on the air field as well.
Bit of nostalgia here as Aerolineas Argentinas departs for Sydney as Aerolineas 1180 after making a brief return to Auckland. The stop over was to deliver the national rugby team the... (more)
"China Southern Three Zero Five" operated by this beautiful SKYTEAM bill board seen here with all the washing out as she rolls out after arrival from Guangzhou.
After arriving on 24 IBERIA 6171 faced a long taxi and hold to get to her gate on the Southern most side of the Tom Bradley terminal. Air France can be seen beginning her taxi to 24L... (more)
Landing 23L on a nice clear evening. The freshly painted aircraft contrasts quite nicely with the lush grass in the background.
"Island of Koro" seen here rolling out after arriving from Suva's Nausori Int'l as "FIJI 431". The new scheme is a real improvement on the old one.
"LANCO 2081" ferrying empty out of LAX bound for Miami Intl. Have never seen a 767 climb so steeply, was an impressive demonstration of power.