Remarks: Spotting point located close to the main terminal. From here are possible shots of all activities on the apron and remote parking as well as touch down and take offs. Some airport's vehicle could stop through your lens and the aircraft. Here some local spotter takes some photo of the special guest of the day - a Titan B752 on beahalf of British Airways instead of the usual B734 [Google Earth Coordinates 45°11'35.50"N - 7°38'39.15"E]
Remarks: Taken from the Transmaldivian DHC6 Twin Otter Sea plane few seconds before landing, crossing in flight the main runway of Malè airport. With this shot my personal dedication goes to my dear friend Paul Furmanski! Click Here To See the sea plane terminal
Remarks: This is the main apron for the sea planes where the 2 main sea plane carrier TMA and Maldivian Air Taxy have their hub used for connection to/from several maldivian atolls.
Click Here To See the Malè main runway
Remarks: Before becoming the current registration it was owned by 31° Stormo Aeronautica Militare and then it was I-DPCB Dipartimento Protezione Civile Nazionale.
Thank you Mauro C. for your useful help ;-)
Remarks: I'm not sure that looking at this photo, all is regular and normal concerning the safety matters and restricted rules of access inside the ramp. As you can see a worker without any relevant equipment is free to walk and talk on his phone very close to air traffic. Also this is Italy!