Hey, guys! This week, I took a trip down to Miami because it’s spring break. I literally spotted for six hours straight. Overall, I have to say that MIA is probably THE BEST airport I have spotted at. Anyway, to the pics!
@EdCruz, we have N335QT, a 5 year old A330-200F coming in from Bogotá as QT4010.
@EdCruz again, same plane as before, coming from the same place as before, operating as the same flight as before.
Next up we have a PH-MPS, a 29 year old 747-400F coming in from Amsterdam as MP6121.
Here we have N186AN, a 18 year old 757-200 inbound from Lima as AA1558 with PH-MPS in the background. Fun fact, N186AN will be flying to my home airport of DFW today!
One of the three 09 departures all day was N536LA, an 18 year old 767-300F heading to Lima as UC1109.
Same plane, same route, same flight number as before.
On to the rarer catches of the day! This is PZ-TCS, a 14 year old 737-700 inbound from Georgetown as PY421. This aircraft is flying the same route today!
Unfortunately, we can’t see the registration, so I don’t know how old it is or where it’s coming from. So, this is a Northern Air Cargo 767-300F that @Alaska096 didn’t know existed.
One of my highlight catches of the day, we have CP-2881, a 25 year old 767-300ER inbound from Santa Cruz de la Sierra as OB767 (how fitting!).
Finally, THE highlight catch of the day is G-BNLY, a 27 year old 747-400 inbound from Heathrow sporting the Landor retro livery. The only BA 747 retro I have yet to see is Negus. @Vidal99977 and @ItsBlitz, this one’s headed your way today!
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