Rare virgin australia 737-700 at YSSY



Got some great photos when waiting for JQ416 to the gold coast last year and even got close ups of the rare virgin australia 737-700:)

Top photo great panaromic view of the virgin/jetstar terminals
With the VA 737-700 on the left
VA atr 72-500 im pretty sure
A VA ERJ-190

On the right jetstar A320
Tiger airways A320
Middle virgin 737-8FE
Distance qantas a330-202 air new zealand a320-232 singapore airlines A380 and british airways 777-300 or maybe 200

Hope you like them i think theyre pretty great::)

Next two pics are the same but with two different aircraft a virgin A330-243 lifting off for perth

And a phillipine A340-300

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Awesome pictures! I love the Virgin Australia livery! What camera did you use?

Thanks so do i!!, This was actually on my samsung galaxy Note 4:)

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Very beauti photo and resolution.
More AUSTRALIAN Generation wished as Team. 👍🏼👮🏼🇦🇺✈️

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This is not 737-7 but a close look to it. Took it in Mel.

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I was hoping to fly this from TSV-BNE or BNE-MEL when I go to Melbourne in September. Chances are, like 1 in 90 that I will ride this beautiful plane.

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We have a few ex Virgin Australia -700s in our fleet at SWA :)

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Awesome!!!

Yeah sorry man All of them have been sold to southwest airlines or others the only ones left is the one in my picture which flys from Sydney to melbourne i think maybe adelaide and one from perth to alice springs aswell as darwin:(

I’d have to check the reg # but I’ve caught a virgin 737 flying into NZQN, Queenstown Intl a few times

Well i dont know where they fly but i do know there is only 2!!! Left in the fleet

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Here’s the one I caught, Can’t see the reg. Didnt know there was only 2 left in the fleet though. The one from here goes NZQN - YSSY. So could very easily be the same one.

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That VA 737 had two doors on one side, therefore it’s a B738 and not a B73G.

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Thats a 737-8FE:)

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@Captain_DJ - There ya go, ya learn something everyday :p Guess I should stick to the super D from now on :p

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Ahahahah classic

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