This is a rare sight at LAX nowadays: Four passenger B747s in a row at the TBIT
Friday, June 21, 2013
It's mid-June, and we're now well into the summer travel season. This means a number of additional flights, some added destinations, and that our seasonal carriers have returned. Among these is Air Berlin, who parks at the International Terminal and operates flights to Berlin and Dusseldorf on alternate days using A330-200s.
Arkefly also operates out of Terminal 2 with B767-300 service between Los Angeles and Amsterdam.
KLM offers year-round service from Amsterdam, using B747-400s. This summer, like last summer, they have added an additional flight using MD-11s. Sadly, also like last year, this may be the last hurrah for these aircraft, as the KLM MD-11s are being retired. Some of the ones we saw at LAX last year have already been scrapped.
Wednesday, June 19, 2013
Monday, June 17, 2013
Saturday, June 15, 2013
Thursday, June 13, 2013
It's' inevitable that while I'm working on assembling photos for one post, I'll end up taking some back out because I found a better one, or because there's just too many and some trimming needs to be done. Or, I'll spot something interesting that has no relation to to subject at hand. Usually those shots get passed by, but this time, you still get to see them. Here's a dozen rescued from the cutting room floor.