Hello IFC! Today was the final day of the Airliners International Show 2019 in Atlanta! This year was incredible! I even met some people who work for Gemini Jets! I got to take an up close look at the brand new 1:400 terminal! It’s awesome! While talking to them for about 30 minutes, I asked about upcoming models! I can’t say a ton, but if you are a fan of the 1:400 models, the new United livery, and Southwest special schemes, you may like the upcoming future with GJ’s! Now onto the planespotting! As some of you know, the Renaissance Hotel on the edge of the 26’s has a restaurant that I spot at a lot! Whilst spotting, I made a new friend. We are the same age, and are in the same grade. He however lives in Grand Rapids, but we have already texted for seven hours today so I think this long term friendship will work! We spotted at the restaurant for two hours together and then I went to a hotel right under the 26R ILS Approach.
’Spirit of Atlanta’ 777-2LR
Pushing out of maintenance, the special sticker 777 gets ready to depart for Paris!
Retro Spirit A320
This photo is not perfectly centered cause, well, the plane is moving. This plane went on to DFW.
Delta SkyTeam 737
This super cool livery departs for Denver
Boutique Air Pilatus PC12
Though this photo is a bit blurry, this rare catch is about to land from Muscle Shoals.
This photo was taken from my new hotel spot. The plane was arriving from Appleton, which is where I will be flying into Oshkosh this year!
Also from the new spot, this plane is inbound from Baltimore!
Or at least I believe! This cool plane taxied right in front of this window!
This unique shot also features the Porsche Center of Atlanta!
American A321 and the Regionals
An American A321 gets maintenance while the regionals and a 747 sit behind!
One More SkyTeam Shot
Though it’s a bit blurry, this shot shows the plane with the International Terminal behind!
So what do you think of these photos?
- These deserve an award
- I LOVE THESE
- These are good
- Okay I guess
- Could use some work
- Yeah no
- EW GROSS