The principle of the combi: passengers to the left, cargo to the right.
Shark city. Beware.
About to touch down.
This Fokker is taking its time to touch down so it won't need to taxi that far.
Who doesn't like the worn out and beaten look of the short haul work horse of the skies.
BXA is being turned around during the dusk rush hour. The waiting area behind the aircraft is empty but will be filled soon enough.
The old and new tower next to eachother. The new tower is a real landmark for the Amsterdam area. It can be seen from miles away.
Ready to go. The hazy weather that night spoiled our spotting session but it did cause some nice condensation on the aircrafts.
I love thrust reversers.
These big blue ladies are enjoying a nice sunny break together in the early evening, right before they are off again hauling passengers all over the world.
A nice panorama from the viewing terrace with all those cool winglets.
This is basically the view you get from the AMS terrace on a sunny day. A lot of widebodies, a blue sky and even some contrails.
Built in 2001 but switched many times from operator: Transavia-Air Berlin-Transavia-Sunwing and now again flying for Transavia. A real work horse hauling vacationers to the sun and back. 1400 pix ... (more)
Leaving my country with a faint trail of brake dust.