Speedbird 9 vacates Runway 34L after arriving from London Heathrow via Bangkok.
Marcel Goulette climbs away from Runway 34L bound for Noumea as UU771. Ce n'est pas un faux pas!
The crew carefully size up the NIGS as they park into the sun at Terminal 2. I think I got pretty close to head on!
Australian 7830 from Denpasar touches down on Runway 34L early on New Year's Day. This livery really was something different.
Simply Classic! Lining up on Runway 16R in the winter twilight the body gear steering can be seen to good effect. This aircraft was converted to a freighter as N631NW.
QLink 2205 to Albury banks away putting the morning sun under the wings.
Emirates 412 climbs away from Runway 34L bound for Auckland. That's one big wing!
United 839 climbs away from Runway 34L bound for Melbourne in it's new, shiny Star Alliance scheme. Pristine except for the big, brown streak on the belly!
Sitting alone on a remote stand awaiting it's return to the mainland. It was a lovely dawn in Hong Kong.
China Airline's Dreamliner touches down on Runway 16R.
Wunala Dreaming flares for landing on Runway 34L as QFA0018 from Buenos Aires.
Awaiting the return of the National Soccer Team in the Eastern Park. A visiting Kingfisher A319 sits in the background.
QLink 2214 from Albury operated by the newest Q400 in the fleet.
Qantas 114 to Wellington is the only classic 737 in the Qantas Group to carry the new livery. VH-TJE taxying behind gives a good comparison of old versus new.
Whitsundays shows off her new oneworld livery departing Runway 34L for Shanghai as QFA0129.