Spotting @ KBOS

Hi, everyone! I went spotting at Boston Logan International Airport back in February of 2016, and I thought I would share my pictures with you. This is my first “official” spotting trip, so any and all feedback is appreciated. Thank you!

British Airways 747-400 (G-CIVX):

Qatar Airways A350-900 (A7-ALA):

JetBlue E190 and Scandinavian B737:

Swiss A330-300 (HB-JHJ):

Lufthansa B747-8i (D-ABYK):

Alaska Airlines B737-900ER (N495AS):

Hainan Airlines B787-9 (B-7835):

American Airlines A321 (N137AA):

Virgin Atlantic A340-600 (G-VGAS):

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Cool pics ! The best shot is the virgin A340 in my opinion.

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As stated above ^^^^^^^ Really nice shots and that Virgin A340 is great!

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Nice selection! Can someone explain to me why a SAS 737 is at BOS?

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It’s a daily service between Copenhagen and Boston, and SAS uses a 737BBJ for the route. I’ve attached an article in case you’d like to read more:

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I think they operate an all business class plane for that route, kind of like how BA uses the A318 from LCY-JFK, it’s mostly for business travelers.


Those pictures are excellent! I like how the seagulls photobomb some of them :P

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Ahh, that’s quite interesting. I remember a while back I was looking at the PrivatAir website and noticed they operate a BBJ for SAS. Here it is

http://www.privatair.com/en/aircraft/boeing-737-700-sas-20c60y

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That’s very Nice spotting

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Really great pics! I flew A7-ALJ to Boston over the wintertime.

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Good photographs, the Hainan Airlines was my favorite.

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That Swiss A330 though 👌😍

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@Bobby great planespotting! If I may, I think the British Airways 747 or the Alaska 737 are the best. Thanks for sharing!

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Very nice pictures! You should try to spot a Copa 737, they have flights to there.

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Will do! I’m heading down again on Thursday/Friday. Hoping to spot the BA A380.

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That Lufthansa B747. What a bae!

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The AA A321 photo is splendid with the bird in the corner! Good job!

Nowadays there are only 20 C (business) seats. The rest are SAS Go.

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