Apparently the second DC-9 for PAWA Dominicana and formerly operated by Northwest Airlines.
The feeling of flight as seen on this photo! Enroute to Curacao on a nice window seat. You can just barely see the reflection of the wings front edge on engine 3.
A KLM 747-400 is ready for its departure back to Amsterdam. This is the second scheduled 747 flight of KLM today. In the background you can see the light movement of an Insel Air MD82 arriving.
A very nice view over West point while descending for arrival in Curacao. Also visible on this photo is the highest mountain on the island, the Christoffelberg.
On finals from Miami, about two minutes from touchdown and a nice view of one of the lakes here in Curacao.
Avianca Fokker 100 almost ready to taxy for departure on its return flight to Bogota at night.
Morning departure on yet another test flight. I would have never thaught that the first 787 touching down in Curacao would be wearing an Asian airline's livery, in this case that of ANA.
Early morning view of the check-in hall at Curacao International Airport. You can see the time on the clock hanging on the wall, it is now 06:53:13. In the back you can see the passengers of the f... (more)
This is the first photo of Fly Jamaica at its home base in Kingston. I like the reflection of the aircraft in the water on the ramp!!!
And here is the first photo of the very nice Virgin Blue ERJ190 cockpit. This is also the first cockpit photo taken in Curacao in the database.
Our airport is already feeling the Christmas Spirit as Christmas decorations have been placed in the holdrooms as seen on this photo. Merry Christmas from Curacao Airport!!!
First photo of two Insel Air Aruba Fokker 50's side by side in operation.
My apologies for the bad weather but this is a great shot of an aircraft that will soon no longer be flying around. The rain effect on the engine blasts is fantastic!!!
An unusual departure from runway 29. Note to the lower left of the photo all the airport fire department personnel watching the aircraft passing by with full engine thrust.