Landing on 25L just minutes before a massive thunderhead and heavy rain drenched the airport (and us!). Note the open thrust reversers.
Believe it or not, it's really a tiny engine...it's amazing how small the clearance between the blades and the nacelle wall is. Check out the numbers on the blade edges too....
A beautiful newer A330 for Aer Lingus departs JFK on the way to Dublin as flight #104. Notice how clean it is by viewing the gear and engine nacelle. Great colors....
Beautiful tail colors shining in the sun during the Kidsday celebration....thank you USAir!
Turning to the northeast from runway 4L, off to Italy.....
Beautiful and late-day light illuminates one of Finnair's newer A330's at JFK, as this jet departs to Helsinki as flight #006.
Lining up to depart on runway 18R on a warm autumn afternoon.
USAirways' "Star Alliance" B757 prepares to leave Charlotte on runway 18L on a warm autumn day.
Coming to visit Charlotte on runway 18L.
Landing late in the day under low light, just about to touch down on runway 18R with the "Charlotte Forest" in the background.
Landing late in the day under low light, nose just about to touch down.
Eurofly departs 31L at JFK bound for Naples as flight # 941....this is a classic great bank angle as viewed from the town of Howard Beach.
American's last A300 revenue service, soon to be outbound to MIA as flight #577. Here is a beautiful image of one of these A300s against the skyline of New York City;
What a coincidence seeing Delta's new Sky Team 767 symbolically dwarfing a Northwest Airbus, as it departs JFK bound for Europe.
Outbound for Paris is Air France's new Sky Team 777, a fairly new visitor to JFK. Notice how the silver color of the jet fades to a warm orange-yellow glow in the low sunlight. (1200x800 pixels)