Early in the morning, this CRJ-900 wakes up for her flight from Denver to Salt Lake City as the fog rolls over Concourse B in the background.
The old and the new: nearly 70 years of technological innovation separate these two planes yet their differing forms evoke a similar sense of passion and beauty.
I was going through my old photos and I came across this shot. It made me miss the lime green Song planes that added some color and variety to the airport.
This former TAME Ecuador a320 appears to have met an end here in Tucson. It was originally delivered to Star Europe over 17 years ago.
The London flight was a couple of hours late but that meant I was able to photograph this giant plane. It took an 8.5mm lens to capture this whole aircraft in one exposure!
The large windows on the a380 frame the French countryside nicely, inbound to CDG from JFK
The sun is setting on the tail-end of Shamu's lifespan. [Did you like the pun?] She has her titles removed and is being dismantled after 25 years of service. Behind, N689SW meets the same demise... (more)
Preparing for an evening departure from paradise.
The engines on MD-80 series aircraft are known for being small and not very powerful but compared to the two mechanics working on it, I would say that it looks quite large!
Hot day in Phoenix, notice the US Airways a321 on final approach through the heat haze.