I found a new spot at Auckland International that was perfect for taking photos today (In real life, not sim screenshots) and after taking over 200 pics thanks to the fine spring weather, I now have 17 of my best to show you:
***WARNING 56k'ers, 17 images totalling 1.90MB to follow***
1. ZK-KFB, Air National's Gulfstream G-IV
2. The Lifeflight NZ Air Ambulance
3. Thai airways Airbus A340 aka "the flying pencil"
4. Another A340, owned by LAN Chile, touches down on runway 23L
5. Great Barrier Airline's BN-2A Tri-Islander
6. Mountain Air's (who are GBA's only rival) "Great Barrier Xpress" BN-2 Islander
7. An Emirates 777
8. Another EK 777
9. An Air New Zealand B1900d taxis while an Air National Jetstream takes off behind
10. ZK-NEB, recently repainted for fs2004
11. Yet another A340 from South America
12. A beaut Qantas 767
13. ZK-JNC, a smaller Qantas jet on domestic duty
14. VH-OJM touching down from Sydney
15. Little 'n large members of the ANZ fleet
16. ZK-SJB in the Freedom Air/ Air New Zealand 'hybrid' scheme. If you look at the Koru on the tail, you can see the old sunshine logo hiding behind the paint.
17. Another private jet- not too sure who owns this
...thats all, hope you enjoyed, comments are welcome!
Beautiful shots there! Great selection of aircraft and liveries - thanks!
yay for the Thai A340!!!!!
Very, very nice shots!! I loved the 4th and last pictures 👍
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Awesome ❗ 👍
Nice and clear, close ups are excellent and some of the new paints are interesting.
I do like that Islander, unusual configuration.
Great shots!!!! 😀 😀
Fantastic photos,the closest folk get to taking pictures at Prestwick Airport is about 20 yards outside the perimeter fence.It appears you had your wire cutters with you that day.... well done. 😀
Very professional. I especially liked the landing shots.
Nice great shots
that private jet may be Graeme Harts BD-700, but the reg on it is registered to WellsFargo bank in the USA..... nice photoshop on it though, i thought it was a little strange seeing 2 planes like that at the same time at NZAA