Miami International Spotting | KMIA

Hello everyone,

Took a trafficky car ride down south to Miami via I-95, and as expected, took way longer than needed. (If you’re from south florida, you’ll understand.)

Anyways, it was worth it as I got to see a nice variety of arrivals, along runway 9 at KMIA.


Cayman Airways 737 MAX 8 ← Georgetown


GOL 737 MAX 8 ← Brasilia
This is one of the longest flights in the world served by the MAX 8, 7 hours and 50 minutes of flight time. I believe it falls under the Top 10.


LATAM Cargo 767-300F ← Quito


Lufthansa 747-8 ← Frankfurt


Iberia A330-300 ← Madrid (also known the the butter machine)


Copa Airlines 737-800 (Connect Miles Livery) ← Panama City


Although it did land on the farthest runway, I had to take the oppurtunity to get some sort of photo of this stunning Alaska Airlines 737-900 “More to love” Livery ← Seattle


Aeromexico 737-800 ← Mexico City


Lastly, an Ethiopian 777F taxiing to RW 9, boud for Leige (the barbed wire fence served as a great reminder that I was not as tall as I thought I was)


And thats it for today, I hoped you enjoyed these photos as much as I did!

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That’s what the huge rocks are for at El Dorado

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Indeed, I’ve used those quite a few times to get a view over that damn fence

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no the huge rocks are for food

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