It has been a while since I last shared a DEN spotting showcase, so I decided that there is no better time then now. Quite a few this time, taken from as early as November to as late as earlier today. Enjoy!
All photos by me, taken with Sony A, 240mm, or Samsung Galaxy S7. Sorry for some of the low quality, some taken with broken camera or on high zoom. Ask before repost.
American Airlines 737-800 (N846NN), still with the Silver Bullet livery, taxing to 34R with the A concourse and the tents in the background.
Penn Air Saab 340B (N410XJ), “Spirit of Alaska” taxing back to Terminal A. This plane flies only about one route, Denver-Scottsbluff.
Southwest 737-700 (N201LV) “The Fred J. Jones”. Fred J. Jones was a Southwest Mechanic, and this name was originally given to another plane, which was later retired. N201LV was the second 737NG delivered to Southwest.
Frontier A320 (N233FR) “Buck the Pronghorn”. At the time of this photo, she was only 3 months old, and the second youngest plane in the fleet.
Frontier A320 (N205FR) “Ozzy the Orca” with the iconic KDEN Tower. Ozzy was Frontier’s fourth A320 ever delivered.
N205FR on final. Funny thing, this photo of Ozzy was taken a week after the one of her taxing.
Southwest 737-700 (N7877H) in the new “Heart” livery on final. One of 492 737-700’s in the Southwest fleet.
An American E-175LR with an United 757-300 chasing close behind.
American Eagle E-175LR (N216NN), she was 14 months old in this photo.
Up close and personal with N216NN-Look at the detail!
United 757-300 (N75858) staring me down. A long-legged beauty…
… or a pencil.
I don’t know why, but at DEN 757’s have a very high climb out. Is that usual?
United 737 Time:
737-900 NG (N61881)
United 737-800 NG (N77536) on short final.
737-800 NG (N77525) Overhead.
737-900 NG (N69839) looking shiny in the Golden Hour.
Gorgeous 777-200ER (N212UA). She was first delivered to United in 2000.
I do not know what is happening to N212UA. Hasn’t flown since New Years Day. Scrapped? Retrofitted?
United 777-200ER (N777UA). This exact plane was the second 777 ever produced and the first one delivered to customer. It was delivered to United in April of 1995 in Battleship Grey. Now in domestic configuration.
“United 376, taxi to Runway 34R”
“Roger, United 376. Say, what number are we in line?”
British Airways 747-400 (G-CIVT). The beautiful Speedbird!
Lufthansa 747-400 (D-ABVW). Old, yet Gold.
All the international carriers in one photo. British Airways 747-400, Lufthansa 747-400, Lufthansa A330-300, and Icelandair 757-200. Even stranger, Southwest at Concourse A.
A very rich person’s Bombardier Challenger 300 (N517FX), another very rich person’s Canadair Challenger (N327FX) at the executive ramp, with a FedEx MD-11 between them.
A really rare photo. Here is a United 737-900, 757-200, 767-400ER, 777-200ER, and 787-8 getting de-iced. Almost complete the United Boeing family, 747, where you at? Also an A320, A319, Crj-7 and an E-170.
United 787-8 and 777-200ER side by side.
United Narrows: An E-170L (N133SY), A319, and Crj-7 de-icing.
Power. An United 777-200ER’s Pratt and Whitney PW4000. A very large engine up close.
Power. An United 787-8 Dreamliner’s GEnx about to propel itself to Tokyo earlier today.
United 787-8 Dreamliner (N29907) fresh off the de-ice, heading out to Narita.
GEnx’s blowing up snow on the taxi to Concourse B.
The sign reads “STOP. ACTIVE TAXIWAY”. Don’t want to run into the Dream)liner, N26920.
A beautiful plane for a beautiful day. United 787-8, N27901.
And finally, Denver International Airport at sunrise.
This one was a lot. Again, sorry for the low quality on some, but, I hoped you enjoyed, and hope to have some more soon!