Hey everyone! Over the summer I had a bit of time to spend at Las Vegas McCarran International! I also spent most of my time at Red Flag at Nellis AFB but that spotting topic will come later.
Golden Hour Cargo: In ATL we don’t get a whole ton of cargo operations with good lighting so when I saw these two 767’s I was super excited! This was also my first time photographing a UPS aircraft!
The Max is Back: I’m beyond excited that the Max is back! Here’s a Southwest Max climbing out during golden hour and the first United Max that I’ve caught! Unfortunately not the new livery but still a great looking aircraft!
Delta 757-200: This golden hour lighting was too good to pass up on photographing this Delta 757, even though I’ve got hundred of pictures of them!
Microburst 787-9: I was so excited to catch this 787-9 depart but unfortunately the winds were so strong from the microburst that was occurring that this was the only photo I ended up with
Fresh from the Factory: Sonny The Lemon Shark, Frontier’s newest A320neo can be seen here on its fourth day of commercial service! I do believe I was the first to photograph this aircraft I just didn’t care enough to upload this one to JetPhotos.
Fresh outta Quarantine: Here you can see the Alaska Disneyland 737-900 right after landing on its very first revenue flight since the pandemic. The aircraft flew out of storage the previous morning, got a bit of maintenance in Seattle, and made its first flight back down to Las Vegas!
J.A.N.E.T: Finally, the goal catch for my trip, JANET Airways. Nobody really knows to much about this airline but I do know that this flight had arrived from the Tonopah Testing Range!
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