LAX Spotting: New year, New Planes (Top Ten Photos from Session)

Good evening/afternoon/morning everybody! I’m bringing you some photos from a spotting session I had on 2/9/2019!

Let’s get started!

#10 - Air France A380 getting ready to taxi to the gate:
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#9 - American Airlines B737-800 living in ONE WORLD:
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#8 - American Airlines A321 powering up past the clouds:
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#7 - Saying hi to Air Bridge Cargo 747-8:
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#6 - San Francisco Giants in LA Dodger Territory on this Alaskan A321N:
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#5 - Are there anymore planes to love? Alaskan A321N:
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#4 - Air China in a special paint! Air China B777-300:
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#3 - An angelic American Airlines B787-9:
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#2 - An old friend departs as he journeys north! Alaska Airlines B737-990:
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#1 - Blasting out of L.A. in a very patriotic passion! American Airlines A321 accompanied by an Alaska Airlines A321N:
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Thanks guys! I might post some honorable mentions down below later!

Please leave constructive criticism as it always helps me improve my shots!

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Wow, stunning shots (I went there a few weeks ago and also saw the AF A380, Giants A321 NEO and the more to love, funny.

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Oh I do like this one because it has no split scimitars! Cool photos!

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lmao, I guess it’s a common hotspot for that stuff.

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Actually it has no winglets period! I didn’t eaven know that there were 900s with no winglets…

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Well you know what I mean😂 I think it means it’s not an ER then…

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I thought the whole thing about the splits, then they gave em to all the 737s, quite honestly I don’t know… 😂

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I think this 737 is one of the very few that doesn’t have a winglets at all. It’s probably considered an “ultra-rare” aircraft.

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