First sighting for me in SXM.
The older the " 3 holers" the more sound and fury of PURE VINTAGE jet aviation! THANKS Casper for the info and spotting sites!
CONTINENTAL is a regular visitor at SXM and the equipment always sparkles in the Caribbean sun.
Dramatic new terminal will be open in August 2006.
From MARY'S BOON observation deck on New Year's Eve 2005. U.S. AIR is off to Charlotte on another perfect Caribbean afternoon.
Almost level with the observation deck at Mary's Boon resort on Simpson Bay, SXM
Commuter service to Victoria British Columbia leaving from Vancouver Harbour
Recently refurbished after vandals tried to set it on fire at its parking spot at the Princess.
Been asked to show a few TWIN OTTER shots. This one is usually leased during the high season by Winair. Possibly this year the reg. will be TSF. Big windows add about 200 kg. weight to the A/C.
ATR's deliver the folks from SJU frequently to JULIANA. Last flight of the day into SXM is usually an American Eagle ATR.
Pristine CESSNA on the premises of the MONCTON FLIGHT COLLEGE in New Brunswick, Canada.
AMERICAN leads the pack in service to SXM with the venerable MIA based 757's in he forefront.
LIAT provides reliable service between the Eastern Caribbean Islands with DASH-8 Aircraft.
A fellow spotter at the park says"something red is coming". I guess Air Canada is still celebrating with this special livery....nice job Santa!
D2X c/w 70-200 VR
American Eagle is the way to arrive from SJU or the BVI'S, great reliable service.
From the ramp. Off to St. Barth's. The Islander is very popular in the Eastern Caribbean due to its STOL capability. Nikon D-70 c/w 24-120 VR