Sunday, February 9, 2014

What's special about this picture?


So far, I don't seem to be doing nearly as well this year as last February, so while I'm working on assembling the next Terminal 2 Who's who, here's a shot of the gates on the east side of Terminal Two. I took this shot because there is something of note here; what is it?

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  1. (1) Air Canada bringing 773 to LAX (not noted in your previous post
    (2) 3 773's
    (3) the Gate in the middle is rendered useless

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  2. Do I see a United 707 coming in to land?

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  3. AC 777? Strange to have a long haul airplane on trans Border.

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  4. All 773's? All Air ___? The Friend Ship in the background?

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  5. I think the Air Canada is a 777. Based on your last blog they don't normally come to lax.

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  6. I'd say the 777 from AC

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  7. The 3 777W's, especially Air Canada? When did they start flying in with those?

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  8. 777s from 3 carriers in a row?

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  9. I'll go for the "retro" UA A320 landing on 24R!

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  10. What's an Air Canada 777 doing at LAX??

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  11. Air Canada 777?

    Hoppers

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  12. Air Canada does not normally fly the 77W to LAX

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  13. Same plane, same time, three different airlines?

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  14. The US Airways A321 is taxiing east on taxiway Delta for a left turn on Echo 7 and a departure from Runway 24R, instead of Runway 24L.

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  15. Air Canada with a T7?

    Tiburcio Barros

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  16. The Air Canada 777-300ER is a special visitor. Usually they fly much smaller planes to LAX.

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  17. Is it the AC 77W?

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  18. the AC 773 and the Sun Country has no winglets

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  19. Air Canada don't normally fly 777s into LAX?

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  20. That's a United 737 in old livery landing on 24R.

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