Very nice to catch this "Essential Abu Dhabi"-liveried A330-300 A6-AFA of Etihad on this rather dull March day.
So we meet again! Egypt Government A340-200 SU-GGG is seen here on final approach for runway 14.
One of the nicest retrojets out there is this A319 OY-KBO of SAS.
On this day I had my first encounter with Alba Star, which operated B737-400 EC-LAV and is seen here after landing on runway 18R.
Turkish Airlines' A320 TC-JPE is flying in the Star Alliance-outfit and is on approach for runway 18C.
Close-up of the frontsection of Baku-1, which is Boeing 767-300ER 4K-AI01.
One of my personal highlights of the WEF2015 was this Mali Government BBJ.
Rolling out after landing on runway 14 is this Iran Government A320 EP-AJC.
One of the two Turkish Government airplanes that visited the WEF 2015 was this A319CJ TC-ANA.
This Gulf 6 VQ-BMZ is owned and operated by the Jordan Government.
Longterm resident Citation JY-RYN is not looking very good after some years in the open air.
Leading a very expensive line-up is Global Express M-UNIS. She's clearly also one of the more colorful bizjets.
MyCargo is currently operating this B747-400F TC-ACG for Saudia Cargo. The aircraft will be replaced by a new B777F which Saudia will operate themselves.
Arriving non-stop from London-Gatwick and seen here rolling out on 18R is Garuda's B777-300ER PK-GID.
One of the more colorful summerleases this year was the lease of B737-800 UR-PSB from Ukraine International by Corendon.