Spotting In Miami First Part

Today we will be doing Spotting at Miami International Airport Part One

Arriving from London Heathrow The Butter Machine of Virgin Atlantic A330Neo 🧈

The queen of the skies arriving from the Airport With More Operation “Frankfurt” 👑

The NORSE Dreamliner arriving from London Gatwick A true beauty ✈️

El Italiano the ITA Airways a350 You really hardly see it around these parts but when it comes it is fantastic🤌🏻

The Colombian Arriving from Medallo Parce 🇨🇴

The American leaving for European lands 📷

Another American Baby Leaving for Charlotte 🇺🇸

The Babybus Leaving towards Varadero in Cuba 🇨🇺

arriving from Panamanian Lands Copa Airlines 737 🇵🇦

From Walt Disney Parks In Orlando to Miami The Delta Airlines 737 🎠

of this Beautiful Spotting It has 4 parts each day I will upload a part so wait for the second part for tomorrow

And tell me which one was your favorite? ✈️

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I really liked the Copa Airlines picture, nice angle! Didn’t know Delta operates an intra-Florida flight with mainline aircraft.

Some edits:

Common misconception, even though Frankfurt (and Munich on a smaller basis) are Germany’s transportation megahubs, Berlin is the nation’s capital.

The term “baby bus” is usually used to refer to A318s, and unfortunately only Air France and TAROM operate those in 2023. I’m 90% sure what you have is an A319 (I might be wrong, it could be an A320), so even though it is shorter than an A320, the term “baby bus” is not fit for the A319.

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Believe me, the 319 is also called Baby bus. I work with Avianca and they have the 319 and they are called that and they also had the 318.

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