Are you looking at me?
One of now many 737s operated by JAL Express.
Lining up 27R with what looks like a magazine sitting on the captain's side glare-shield.
Another blast from the past of failed cargo airlines.
Another cargo airline relegated to the history books.
A head on view of one of the few aircraft fuselages out there which are perfectly round. Most are slightly oval shaped.
It is a sad sight seeing the last days of such a dignified and gracious workhorse such as this 747. This one even had special titles on the nose thanking it for its hard work.
A bit of speed tape here and there and she'll be good to go!
A great looking freighter heading heavyweight to Anchorage. This one is a new addition to the fleet with nice new engines which you can tell because the exhaust nozzles are still blue.
Blasting off to Riyadh on one of those gorgeous summer afternoons in Hong Kong and looking pretty clean and smart apart from some oil stains on the top of the engine pylon.
Departing into the lovely summer afternoon sunlight is one of the many Cargolux 747-8Fs to visit Hong Kong every week.
Just one or two DC8s stored here!
Lots of Southern Air 747s stored in Mojave. Sadly I doubt any of them will ever fly again. Also in this photo, European 737-200, Aerolineas Argentinas 747-400, Southwest 737-300 amongst others.
Ex-Jade Cargo B-2439 was due to enter service with Southern Air before they went into financial reorganisation. It was never delivered and now sits alongside another Jade Cargo sistership.
One of Iberia's new A330-300s, slowly replacing their ageing A340-300 fleet. Seen here lining up on runway 27R in the late afternoon sunlight. Interestingly the A330s do not seem to have inherited... (more)