Only the cockpit of this aircraft is preserved at the Aviodrome.
A few months of unusually "cold" and clear weather.
Early morning arrival from the US
Early morning arrival.
Impressive amount of instrumentation on this three-crew 747 preserved at the Aviodrome museum.
The Thai Navy originally bought two CL-215s, but these were grounded for 10 years due to a lack of spare parts. One has now been restored to flying condition, using the other for spare parts.
Excluding KLM, passenger 747s are quite rare here, so the two daily Delta services this summer season are a welcome sight.
Delta arrivals continue throughout the morning.
Delta presently operates 747/757/767 as well as ex-Northwest A330s here.
Passing high overhead after a very short takeoff.
Dominated by ANA-widebody aircraft, but on the east side there are usually a few 737/A320
Beautifully preserved (built in 1957!) and originally operated by WDL. Unfortunately it is now completely surrounded by other aircraft (e.g. the Sea Devon painted as a Martinair Devon in the foreg... (more)
Operated by various airlines before delivery to Cityhopper in 2003. As of 2010 displayed at the excellent Aviodrome museum (maybe they could repaint the nose-cone though).