Here are my best photos of the 10 rarest or biggest aircraft that have come on approach.
1: Most West Coast Alaskan A321 NEO
The Royal 747 Visiting from London
Asiana 747-400 From KORD
Alaskan 737-800 Salmon Livery
KAC 747-8F From Anchorage
Kevin Durant 737-800 Alaskan
Lufthansa A330-300 New Livery
Alaskan 737-800 Boeing Livery
Icelandair 757-200 Aurora Borealis Livery
Nice! I really like all of these spots.
Great Photos! But…
All of the Alaskan 737-900s are actually 737-800s.
The Pegasus 767 isn’t a -300. It’s the KC-46A Pegasus, a modified 767-200. 😉
Overall, I’m happy with your work. Hope to see more in the future. 👍
It was on approach for SEATAC, how do you know?
A321NEOs are very rare and I feel like they look cooler then regular A321s because of the shorter and fatter engine - just looks better to me
It’s kinda obvious. I am from Seattle myself. I get phenomenal shots there.
Same, I’m live in Seattle and I was just checking FR34 and found The British Airways BOAC livery departing Seattle
Awesome! I live on NAS Whidbey Island. Coupeville/Anacortes area
Kind of curious when commercial aircraft put gear down. Wonder if it’s before FAF or whenever they want.
Number 4 with the contrail is awesome…
(Just don’t forget about that 10 pic rule…)
I really love these spots here!! Keep up the great work/effort you put into them ✈😊😁
btw, my favourite are Iceland air and where the contrail and aircraft meet:
SALMON 37. Nickname for the Alaska Seafood special.
He’s using a SX60 Powershot i think