Remarks:JL712 taxies on WP towards RWY02L for a early morning departure back to Narita. JA828J is the first Dreamliner in JAL's fleet to carry a special scheme called "Sora wo Tobu" in English, "Flying sky" project with Studio Ghibli. Thanks David for making this shot possible.
Remarks:8M231 making a turn to gate D32 after arriving from Yangon. This particular aircraft is currently owned by Balkan Holidays Air (BH Air) and is on a lease with Myanmar Airways International, but still carrying its previous registration. She was formerly owned by Indian carrier, Indigo as VT-INA. Hence, this is the latest addition to MAI's fleet.
Remarks:KB500 from Bhutan coming to a halt at gate C11 of the central apron. She will be towed to a remote stand after all the passengers has alighted and will be towed back to the gate the next morning prior to her departure back to Bhutan as KB501. This aircraft was delivered to Drukair on 4/11/2004.
Remarks: No, Singapore Airlines has not move its operations back to Terminal 1. Yankee India is being pushed back ready for a tow back to Terminal 3 as she prepares for her next flight to a medium haul destination.
Remarks: After being in the hangar for more than half a year, Sierra Two Alpha Delta Kilo is finally being taken to the skies once again and this time with a new livery. S2ADK on final approach for the Runway as she completes a 2 hour air-test. This aircraft is now 21 years of age and was delivered to Biman Bangladesh on 9/10/2003, exactly 9 years ago.
Remarks:MH 6423 arriving from Amsterdam via Sharjah on a F1 charter flight as the Singapore Grand Prix is just a week away. MASKargo has been the key carrier for the Formula One Grand Prix since 1995. This is a relatively new B747-400F which was delivered to MASKargo on 30/05/2006.
Remarks: Head on with Speedbird 15 as she is cleared cleared to taxi towards RWY20C for her flight to Sydney. Tonight's flight is operated by one of many Oneworld liveried B747-400 that British Airways has. If it wasn't for the unusual pushback, I wouldn't have been able to capture this shot.
Remarks: A brand new SuperJumbo for Singapore Airlines! Sierra Kilo Tango, Singapore Airlines 19th and last A380 thundering down the Runway as SQ8898 inbound from Toulouse, on a delivery flight. First photo of her in the database.