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Remarks: Short finals for 7R. Initially delivered to SAS in 1981 and is the 500th 747 built.
Remarks: My ride to BKK as TG603, the morning flight. Looks like they intended on cleaning this plane but gave up after the nose.
Remarks: As seen from my window as we taxied for takeoff.
Remarks: Two Thaijet 757s, one Mahan Air A310, one Thai A300, and a One-two-go 757.
Remarks: Four Thais and an Iranian.
Remarks: Don Muang is an old airport but I still like it.
Remarks: Definately the most elegant A340 around and another plane I was glad to have gotten a picture of.
Remarks: This one's for Tanuj Kumar (aka. Indian Airlines). I was extremely pleased to have gotten a shot of this one. Not only is it an airline I don't see too often, but also because it has the 50th anniversary titles and the double-bogey landing gear.
Remarks: Lining up on 7R for its flight to SFO.
Remarks: My ride back to HKG as TG606 shortly before boarding.
Remarks: Inside Chek Lap Kok Airport. Taken right by my gate (44) at the far end of the terminal. It was about 7:40am when this shot was taken, still too early for the shops to open.
Remarks: Wouldn't mind seeing AirAsia flying to HKG.
Remarks: Another rarity for me, mainly because I've never heard of the airline. A new airline perhaps?
Remarks: Packed with holidaymakers. This bird is a rarity for me so I was glad to have gotten a shot of it. I like the tail design, but am not too keen on the nose.
Remarks: A powerful takeoff aboard TG606 to HKG with the suburbs of Bangkok below.
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