The Dubai Duo.
Powered by four Pratt & Whitney JT9Ds, the last active commercial B747SP in the world screams out of RWY32L as IR815 to Tehran.
MH6207 to Sydney.
A tug positions in place to transfer Xray Echo to a remote bay where she will rest for the night before the return segment home the next morning.
Filling in for the A330-300 as MH125 to Perth.
Rainy weather doesn't always make for bad spotting! 'Kilo Echo's' Xenon HID lights cut swathes in the driving rain as she eases herself into SIN's B apron.
MU546 to Shanghai.
Easing into the confines of gate B5 after arriving as SQ15 from San Francisco via Seoul.
Taxiing out for takeoff on a rainy evening [1/5s panning].
SQ12 to Los Angeles via Tokyo-Narita taxiing to RWY02C for departure.
SQ12 heading out on a sunny morning for Tokyo and Los Angeles.
Inspired by their national all blacks rugby team, Air New Zealand have had the whole aircraft painted black.