A very regular visitor to Bangalore. An original freighter with the nose opening not a BCF.
A sorry state of affairs at the airline reflected by the shabby and peeling paint on this bird.
The newer 737NGs of Jet feature the winglets.
A very regular visitor at Bangalore.
Love the 737 nose.
Love the 737 nose. The red stripe below the door is not part of the livery. It is a "ingestion hazard" warning to prevent people getting too close to the CFM engines.
"Vanilla" a new member of the SpiceJet fleet is pushed hard in to the turn to make up for time lost due to fog.
The hour after the morning fog produces clear deep blue skies which show up as an even deeper blue to the glaring sun.
A dinged nose.
BizJet belonging to Delhi and Hyderabad airport operator GMR Group. 1600px
The early morning fog giving a slight grain to the image. SCI taxies out with the discrete ETOPS logo on its nose gear flap.1600px
Getting ready to perform its first flight of the day in the early dawn. 1600px
Taking off in to the deep blue early morning post fog winter sky which cleans the haze. The blue lasts for only 30 minutes before the haze returns. 1600px