Remarks: Catch all wry 16 and 28 departures from Heligrill, one of Zurich's most popular spots.
Get up close and personal as the midday wave of heavies blasts off in perfect reach for photographers.
Remarks: I would name this picture: awakening of the passion! :) This only can be EHAM :) But don't park your car over there like owner of this Volvo. It's strictly forbidden! Google coordinates: 52.348054,4.713408.
Remarks: This is the top floor of the "Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Emil Buehler Aviation Maintenance Science Building". It gives a very nice overview of the Daytona Beach Airport from the Northeast, also a nice place to hang out for students and faculty. Further away, you can see a whole bunch of GA planes parked for "NASCAR Daytona 500". The race course is at the right side of the photo. [Google Earth coordinates: 29.186218,-81.050798] [1200 pix]
Remarks: Spotters waiting for the Libyan Mirages for taxi tests(which weren't much successful)...One seen entering RWY23/05.This spotting location is which we call 'barriera' from which you can photograph take offs from rwy 23 and 05 and landings on RWY05.It is good in the morning till around 1500(in the winter) and till around 1300(in the summer)
Remarks: Wonderful view, open space, airplanes - welcome to Oslo - Torp. When you get there with a friend who shares the same passion - then it's everything what a spotter needs. At this photo my friend Jarek is taking a shot of the ramp. Google coordinates for this spot: 59.177525,10.254734
Remarks: From this place you can see planes parked on the west side of the Terminal at the stands 15-24. Besides of the obvious Air Berlin & Lufthansa tails, at this photo, you can also see MIAT Mongolian Airlines, Air Baltic and Ukraine International. My friends Jakub and Slawek are overlooking the site. Google Map coordinates for this spot: 52.55068,13.293843.
Remarks: [1280pix] Dedicate to Mike, T-max, Maillekeul, Tesgo and Bulmers (SpottingZone Members!). This Spotting location is situated near the Poolderbaan (rwy 18L - 36R). From this point, you can have the approach on the rwy36R. It's a big field so you can move to be more close to the aircraft ;) [52°21'53.32"N - 4°43'2.48"E]